Junior midfielder tries out for national team

Courtney O’Brien ’15 is trying out for the United States Under-17 women’s soccer team this month. This makes O’Brien the second Wolverine girls’ soccer player to try out for the U-17 team, after fellow midfielder Chloe Castaneda ’15 attended the national team camp in Florida last month. Coaches for the national women’s team scout potential […]

Meeting to inform about Rwanda trip

Students and parents can learn more about a semester-break trip to Rwanda Oct. 3. Students will explore investigative journalism and document the state of Rwanda after the mass genocide 20 years ago. Friendship Tours World Travel will host the trip, planned from Jan. 23 to Feb. 2. The trip will be led by visual arts […]

Seniors receive rings, pins at senior ceremony

Seniors and their families gathered for the annual ring ceremony where seniors received pins or rings and heard speeches from senior prefects Mazelle Etessami ’14, Malanna Wheat ’14, Oliver Goodman-Waters ’14, and Greg Lehrhoff ’14 and President Rick Commons Sept. 15 on Ted Slavin Field. “We are not a traditional class,” Wheat said in her […]

Seniors research stem cells in summer program

Five seniors participated in a stem cell research program at USC over the summer. Justin Bae ’14, Zachary Birnholz ’14, Simon Gunter ’14, James Hur ’14 and Christina Woo ’14 spent eight weeks working in USC’s Eli and  Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and  Stem Cell Research as part of the Early Investigator High […]

New teacher: Joe Busch

Joe Busch will teach AP Statistics, Advanced Honors Seminar in Math and Algebra 2 with Analysis this year. Born in New Jersey and raised in Connecticut, Busch went to college in Boston and got a master’s degree from NYU.  He then moved to Los Angeles, where he received a fellowship to study mathematical logic at […]

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