Schuhl wins race for dean of faculty

Science teacher Dietrich Schuhl won the post of dean of faculty Thursday after a run-off faculty vote between him and science teacher Jesse Reiner. Math teacher Suzanne Lee was eliminated in the first vote for the two-year term. Schuhl replaces Jacob Hazard, who has resigned to take the job of 11th and 12th grade academic […]

Teachers discuss differences between American, Chinese educational systems

By Lara Sokoloff Two teachers who visited Beijing No. 12 during spring break discussed the differences between Harvard-Westlake and Beijing No. 12’s classroom environment and school culture during a faculty meeting Tuesday. Chair of Faculty Academic Committee and math teacher Kent Nealis and science teacher Narae Park visited the school as part of a relationship […]

Head football coach steps down after 6 seasons

By Robbie Loeb Vic Eumont stepped down as head coach of the football team today after six seasons at the helm, according to a statement released by the school. “After 43 years of coaching, it’s time for me to move to the next phase of my life,” Eumont said. “I love Harvard-Westlake, and I’m proud […]

Chinese AP educators postpone visit to school

By Julius Pak The visit of a contingent of high school teachers from Beijing has been postponed. The trip has been delayed due to visa problems and has been rescheduled to early 2012, Associate Head of School and Head of Athletics Audrius Barzdukas said. The group of six from Beijing No. 12 High School, which […]

A work in progress

By Eli Haims The demolition phases for a new $6 million pool and the Kutler Center, both of which are scheduled to open next September, have been completed, according to Director of Campus Operations and Construction J.D. De Matte. The plans for the Kutler Center have been submitted to the City of Los Angeles for […]