Spanish teacher recognized for research

Spanish teacher Joaquin Fernandez-Castro has worked to improve the Los Angeles education system by publishing his research on the common strengths of top private and public schools in the New York Academy of Public Education Research Journal. While studying education for his doctorate program at Vanderbilt University, Fernandez-Castro was inspired to complete his own independent […]

Will listening to Mozart while studying get me a 4.0?

Will listening to Mozart while studying get me a 4.0?

Every day Max Robertson ’17 goes home and turns on some smooth jazz as he pulls out his homework assigned that day. After a stressful day Robertson looks forward to listening to music that calms him down and lets him enjoy working on homework and studying just a little bit more. “When I do homework, […]

Seniors named semifinalists in Intel Science Talent search

The Society for Science and the Public named Megha Srivastava ’14 and Divya Siddarth ’14 as semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent search, one of the most prestigious pre-college science competitions. Siddarth and Srivastava both submitted papers on original research that they had conducted over the summer and will each win a $1,000 scholarship. “I […]