Middle school faculty take lessons for one-to-one program

In preparation for the one-to-one computer program beginning with the seventh graders next year, teachers at the Middle School are taking lessons based on “21st century skills” as a part of the “Three for All” initiative. Head of School Jon Wimbish and Foreign Language teacher Moss Pike created a system in which conferences, workshops, webinars, […]

Wangs give $5 million to renovate Reynolds

A $5 million donation from Walter and Shirley Wang (Walter ’13, Chantalle ’17, Matthew ’18) will supplement the $1.5 million already raised to completely renovate Reynolds Hall. Chief Advancement Officer Ed Hu said Reynolds Hall has been a fundraising priority since completion of the Bing Performing Arts Center, Munger Library and expanded athletic facilities in […]

School announces plans to renovate Reynolds

A $5 million renovation of Reynolds Hall  will complete the Middle School Modernization Project, which began in September 2006 with the construction of new academic buildings, a performing arts center  and expanded athletic facilities, according to an announcement on the school’s website Thursday. Walter and Shirley Wang contributed a $5 million lead gift toward the […]

Taiwanese educators observe curriculum

Administrators from the Taipei American School visited Harvard-Westlake in September to study its curriculum and teaching styles on their way to an educational conference in San Diego. The visitors from Taiwan sat in on classes on both the upper school and middle school campuses. “The woman who runs Taipei American School wants it to be […]

Former middle school coach accepts new position

The Athletic Department named Scott Bello the new Middle School Sports Coordinator after seven years as an Administrative Assistant and Football Coach at the Middle School. His dedication to the program spurred Terry Barnum and the other Athletic Directors to create the position for him. “I’m going to be a set of eyes and ears […]