Faculty follows WWII track and tours Europe

Faculty follows WWII track and tours Europe

As part of the Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, 15 staff and faculty members from both the middle and upper school campuses traveled to Europe.The trip took place from June 10 to 25, beginning with a four-day visit to Berlin, Germany, where the faculty studied the rise of the Nazi regime. The faculty also visited Krakow, […]

Ensembles to collaborate in Europe

Chamber Singers will tour Poland and Germany March 29 to April 9. “I’m super excited,” Elizabeth Gaba said. “I feel like we’re such a tight-knit group already, and I’m really looking forward to getting even closer and experiencing Germany and Poland together.” While they are in Poland and Germany, Chamber Singers will be performing and […]

Woo delivers speech on democracy, wins 1st place

By Saj Sri-Kumar Kelsey Woo ’11 won first place in National Voice of Democracy contest for her speech, “Does My Generation Have a Role in America’s Future?” The award, which was awared to Woo by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, carries a $30,000 scholarship grant. Woo delivered her speech in front of a crowd of […]

Think before you judge

By Jack Davis Charlie* ’10 took part in stealing the World and Europe I history midterm. He has been permanently expelled from Harvard-Westlake. He has been subsequently maligned and criticized by the community, and perhaps rightfully so. He has been labeled in many circles as a “bad seed” and a “despicable child.” Charlie is also […]

Art history students take trip to Pasadena museum

Sophomores in the History and Art of Modern Europe and the World class took a trip on March 5 to the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena.  Upper school history teacher Greg Gonzalez said that the museum has a good amount of art that is relevant to the time period that he is currently teaching in […]