Prepare to endure the unexpected

We are prepared not to be prepared. In many ways, Harvard-Westlake is a gauntlet. Over the course of high school, Harvard-Westlake has thrown many challenges our way, and whether we like it our not, we are left with no choice but to stay on our toes and endure. Whether we come out running, sprinting or […]

10th grade course now teaches safety

By Ally White Safety tips will return to the Choices and Challenges curriculum this year after a four years absence. With unmonitored access to social media, and sophomores beginning to drive, the reintroduction was deemed important by security. Security guards Jim Crawford and Mark Geiger will discuss safety both inside and outside of school. “[With] […]

10th grade course now teaches safety

Safety tips will return to the Choices and Challenges curriculum this year after a four years absence. With unmonitored access to social media, and sophomores beginning to drive, the reintroduction was deemed important by security. Security guards Jim Crawford and Mark Geiger will discuss safety both inside and outside of school. “[With] the movie theatre […]

Proposal for second break sent to departments

By Nikki Resnikoff A decision on the proposal for an extra weekly break could be reached by members of the Faculty Academic Committee as soon as next week, FAC Chairman Kent Nealis said. Head Prefects Brandon Levin ’09 and Tessa Wick ’09 presented a proposal for a second weekly break to the FAC Tuesday afternoon, […]