Stone-cutters accepts editor applications

The Harvard-Westlake Stone-cutters literary magazine is accepting editor applications for three editors: literary, visual and web. The applications are due on Oct. 2, and applications can be found on the website. The main duties of the editors are to find new ways to generate publicity, create and maintain the Stone-cutters website and proofread all submissions. In addition, […]

Girls' golf continues strong season

The Harvard-Westlake girls’ golf team has continued its strong season by winning matches against Notre Dame and Chaminade. In addition, the squad also finished first in The Mid-Season Tournament on Sept. 22 at Balboa Park Golf Course. The team is currently 3-1, having lost to Alemany by just 2 strokes. Josie Baker ’18 has played […]

Water Polo wins season opener

The boys’ water polo team started their season with a 21-4 victory over Murrieta Valley High School. Ben Hallock ’16 scored  six goals and Luke Henriksson ’17 scored three goals in the first half to contribute to the Wolverines’ 15-1 lead at halftime. In the second half, Duncan Froomer ’16 and Felix Brozyna-Vilim ‘17 scored […]

Wolverines defeat Marymount in season opener

The girls’ golf team defeated Marymount at Encino-Balboa Golf Course on Thursday in their season opener. The Wolverines shot 219, beating Marymount by 54 strokes. Josie Baker ’18, shot even par 37, Lauren Song ’16, shot a 3-over 40 and Chantalle Wang ’17, shot a 10-over 47. The team faces off against Chaminade Sept. 9 […]

Students encourage teachers to conserve

AP Environmental Science students encouraged teachers to turn off classroom lights and not use technology April 22 to celebrate Earth Day. “This reinforces a purpose beyond ourselves as taking care of our Earth is a task that is much bigger than what one individual can achieve,” upper school science teacher Florence Pi said. Pi hopes […]

School hires new business manager

Brian Bouchey was hired April 6 as the school’s new business manager. “My core functions are to assist with the school’s accounting and finance function, while supporting the needs of the faculty and administrative staff,” Bouchey said. Bouchey’s main job is to oversee and improve the school’s various major accounting systems, such as student financial […]

Science teacher asks school to turn off lights for Earth Day

AP Environmental Science students encouraged teachers to turn off classroom lights and not use technology all day to celebrate Earth Day Wednesday. “This reinforces a purpose beyond ourselves as taking care of our Earth is a task that is much bigger than what one individual can achieve,” said upper school science teacher Florence Pi.  “We all […]

Senior receives presidential arts scholar nomination

Danielle Stolz ’15 was one of six people in the nation to be selected as a YoungArts winner in the Cinematic Arts category and has been nominated as a Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Stolz’s film, titled “Wings of Peace,” was created when Stolz and 10 other classmates went on a digital storytelling trip to […]

Kutler to expand to adult classes

The Kutler Center will expand this year to offer courses for parents and alumni, to give them experiences similar to those of students. “For a long time, Harvard-Westlake has talked about wanting to provide programming to our parents and alums,” Kutler Center director Jim Patterson said. “We have an incredible faculty here, and while students […]

Mintz to take over as plant manager

Dave Mintz ’87 will transition from his position as the middle school plant manager to the upper school plant manager beginning Oct. 20. Mintz will replace Felipe Anguiano, who will become the director of off-campus facilities. Anguiano has worked at Harvard- Westlake for 38 years and has been the upper school plant manager for the […]