Pool revamp finally begins, Kutler permits still pending

By Eli Haims The school has received permits and has begun construction on the pool, Head of Campus Operations and Construction J.D. De Matte said. The Harvard-Westlake website has reported that permits for the Kutler Center have been granted and construction has begun. The pool permits were granted Nov. 7, and the next day, part of […]

Seniors dig trails, build bridges, clear land

By Chloe Lister Jackson Hudgins ’12 and Steven Ring ’12 traded in their cell phones and mattresses for hand tools and sleeping bags for six weeks this summer after being hired by the Northwest Youth Corps Summer Conservation Corps. The Corps is based on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps in which “youth crew […]

Larger pool to be ready for 2012-13

By Alice Phillips Construction of a new upper school pool is expected to begin in a matter of months, J.D. De Matté, Director of Campus Operations and Construction, said. The new pool, projected to cost $5.5 million, will be 25 meters wide by 51.9 meters long, leaving room for a movable bulkhead so that the pool can either […]