Class of 2022 views WWI film in theater

The sophomore class attended a private screening of “1917” at the Sherman Oaks ArcLight Cinema on Jan. 22. Coordinated by Interdisciplinary Studies Department Head and history teacher Larry Klein, the field trip occurred just a few weeks before the history lessons about World War I were scheduled to begin, he said. Sophomore class watches “1917” […]

2 win Asia Initiative grants

By Camille Shooshani Gunter-Gross Asia Initiative grants were awarded to Jamie Chang ’13 and Demren Sinik ’13 to “to immerse themselves and explore Asian culture and society and to be able to bring that back to Harvard-Westlake,” history teacher Larry Klein said. The juniors were chosen out of nine applicants for the $4,000 grant because […]

Kutler Center targets 2012

By Daniel Rothberg By January 2012, the new independent research and interdisciplinary studies department should be operational if plans go as hoped, Director of Upper School Master Planning John Feulner said. The Kutler Center for Independent Research and Interdisciplinary Studies, known as IRIS, will include three new classrooms and one office, Head of School Jeanne […]