Seniors will speak about their personal experiences to their peers and teachers during Senior Reflections, set to begin this school year, upper school science teacher Dietrich Schuhl said. He described the proposed reflections as “very personal TED talks.” An email was sent from Schuhl and the Senior Reflections Committee to the senior class to inform […]
Daniel Singer ’17 released his first commercially published app, ‘BackDoor’, in the iOS AppStore July 24. BackDoor allows friends to anonymously message each other, sharing ideas and feelings without the need to identify themselves. The goal of the app is for users to find out who they are conversing with. Since the app draws from […]
By Elizabeth Madden Elizabeth Cohen ’14 sang at Carnegie Hall in New York the weekend of Feb. 11 with the American High School Honors Choir. Cohen, a member of the Bel Canto choir at school, was nominated to be a member of the Honors Choir by middle school choir teacher Nina Burtchaell. “It is an […]
By Cherish Molezion Thirty Chamber Singers and 40 Bel Canto girls sang at the College of the Canyons Invitational High School Festival in Santa Clarita on Nov. 23. Nine other high school choirs and two community college choirs also performed in the festival, where they were able to hear other great choirs and receive comments […]
The cast of the Upper School play Our Town took its final bow on Saturday in Rugby Theatre to a sold-out audience.
By Ariane Lange The Advanced Jazz Combo and the Jazz Explorers took the stage at a Studio City Italian restaurant last Sunday. The groups sandwiched a set performed by jazz teacher Shawn Constantinoâs four-piece band. âIt really expedites the learning of jazz when students see professionals play and play side-by-side with professionals,â Constantino said when […]