The grind never stops

The grind never stops

On a Tuesday night during spring season, lacrosse midfielder Brody Listen ’21 would typically be seen underneath the bright lights of Ted Slavin Field, strategizing with his teammates minutes before an important game. Now, however, Listen is quarantined at home. In lieu of on-campus practices due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Listen watches highlight videos […]

College Board announces that online AP tests will be open-note, open-book

In light of nationwide school closures due to the coronavirus outbreak, committee members on the College Board Advanced Placement Program announced March 20 that AP exams will be administered online and clarified that the tests will be open-note and open-book March 29. The exams will test students’ abilities to apply overarching themes and skills to […]

Coronavirus Live Updates: Harvard-Westlake School

Coronavirus Live Updates: Harvard-Westlake School

Update: April 3, 8:31 p.m. Decision to close campus for rest of year uncertain President Rick Commons stated in an email sent out to students and parents that a return to campus would not occur until May. Commons also mentioned the possibility that campuses may be closed until the end of the academic year.  Economic […]

Upper and middle school concerts postponed indefinitely due to coronavirus

In a school-wide email, Middle School Performing Arts Chair Tim Schmall and Upper School Performing Arts Chair Shawn Constantino announced Mar. 23 that all upcoming middle and upper school performing arts events are postponed indefinitely due to the school’s effort to comply with social distancing. The postponed performances include both the middle and upper school […]

Going Viral: How Coronavirus is affecting Harvard Westlake

Going Viral:                           How Coronavirus is affecting Harvard Westlake

To learn about the latest developments of the coronavirus and Harvard-Westlake’s response, click here. Glancing outside her window at the nearly empty streets, Catherine Zhu, a student at Harvard-Westlake’s sister school WLSA Shanghai Academy, could think only of how badly she wanted to go outside. But Zhu was stuck, one of the millions across China […]