Science classes observe marine life at aquarium

Students in the Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a recommended field trip to Long Beach near the Aquarium of the Pacific and examined a variety of aquatic species April 22. Students observed the different sea creatures they had caught, which they learned about in class, Bella Carino ’19 said. “It was really cool to be […]

OMB tours, attends class at Long Beach aquarium

By Sanjana Kucheria Science teacher Blaise Eitner’s Oceanography and Marine Biology class went on a field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach on April 13. Students attended a classroom program and behind-the-scenes tour to learn about filtration and other systems necessary to keep marine animals alive in aquariums. They also had […]

Marine bio visits harbor, aquarium

  By Hank Gerba and Eli Haims The Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a field trip to the Aquarium of the Pacific and spent time on a boat to apply the concepts learned in class. The 19-person class went on a behind-the-scenes tour at the aquarium during where they learned about the different species […]

Science class takes trip to harbor in Long Island

The Oceanography and Marine Biology class took a day-long boat trip out of Rainbow Harbor in Long Beach Feb. 20, organized by Dr. Blaise Eitner. The students participated in the Los Angeles County Department of Education’s Marine Laboratory Floating Program, which entails observing sea lions and sea birds and collecting plankton samples. Students were also […]

Deans select new option for 7th grade retreat

By Julie Barzilay This week, seventh grade students are scaling mountains and bunking in log cabins a year early in a revamped retreat. While the eighth and ninth grade programs have not changed since last year, seventh grade retreat has undergone a small transformation. Previously, the seventh graders would return home every night after days […]