Delegates awarded at MUN

Delegates awarded at MUN

For their third conference of the year, 15 Model United Nations Club members traveled to the 57th North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) Conference at Georgetown University from Feb. 13 to 15. Convention participants acted as delegates from various countries, debating topics that ranged from protection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites to climate change, […]

Girls’ Tennis fights back against Notre Dame

The girls’ tennis team won against Notre Dame High School today with a score of 70-59.  Singles and doubles player Kate Konvitz ’21 said that she thought that the team did well and that they will try to improve. “Singles sweeped, but I think that the energy and rhythm of the doubles teams should have […]

Girls’ tennis loses to Marlborough

The girls’ tennis team lost to Marlborough School today with a score of 11-7 in their first league game.  Singles and doubles player Kate Konvitz ’20 said that the team will bring more effort into future games.  “I think that we put in a lot of effort, but we definitely have more energy to bring […]

Girls hope to reach CIF finals

Girls hope to reach CIF finals

After the departure of three seniors from last year’s squad, the girls’ tennis team hopes to build camaraderie behind the leadership of returning players. Last season, the team started strong and defeated Beverly Hills High School in its home opener. However, singles and doubles player Kylie Azizzadeh ’21 said the squad struggled to secure consecutive […]

Berezin to focus on family and writing

After a 10 year tenure working at Harvard Westlake, English teacher and Ethics Bowl Advisor Charles Berezin will retire at the end of this school year. Berezin plans on spending more time publishing essays on politics and culture on his website, writing a screenplay and spending time with his newborn grandson. While he is looking […]

Students perform in first Coffeehouse of the year

Students perform in first Coffeehouse of the year

Upper school students showcased their literary and musical talents at the Halloween-themed Coffeehouse on Oct. 29. To start the event, the Jack Riley Experience, which recently released their debut album on Spotify, performed the Ghostbusters theme song. After the band, Kate Konvitz ’20 and Alec Davila ’20 sang “Ain’t no sun”, a song about global […]

Students attend CASL

Freshmen and sophomore students learned new leadership skills while attending workshops and listening to speakers at the 2018 California Association of Student Leaders State Conference April 7-9. Each year, CASL chooses a conference theme and a word to base its curriculum on. The conference theme and word this year was “start-up company” and “altruism,” respectively.“This […]