Advanced Dance classes prepare for final showcase

The Upper School Dance concert will showcase the work of 32 students enrolled in the Advanced Dance I and Advanced Dance II classes on April 30. The showcase does not have a specific or set theme, but students were allowed to decide which dances they wanted to perform in the showcase. The showcase will be […]

3 students take first place at JCL events

Three students in Junior Classical League placed first in competitions at the organization’s state convention on March 15 and 16 in Newport Coast. Alex Liao ’15 placed first in the grammar test in the high school three level, while Jonathan Sington ’14 and Zach Birnholz ’14 placed first in the high school advanced level of […]

Marlborough screens student short films

Four films made by Harvard-Westlake students were featured at the Marlborough Film Festival on March 1. “Post Remembrance,” directed by Cosima Elwes ’15, Hana Kateman ’15 and Danielle Stolz ’15, “Voodoo Child,” directed by Roz Naimi ’12 and Joe Kitaj ’12, “Different Drummer,” directed by Nikta Mansouri ’15 and J.J. Spitz ’15 and “The Darkroom,” […]

Community Singers perform for children

Tonight, the Community Singers are scheduled to perform in the Adat Ari El Synagogue in North Hollywood for women and children who have been victims of domestic violence from the surrounding area. From 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., members of the Community Singers club will be performing holiday songs and talking to the children in […]

Club helps build house in Vietnam

The Vietnam Initiative Club’s fundraising led to the building of a house in the Quang Nam province in Vietnam during the week of Nov 26. The club partnered with the non-government organization East Meets West, located in Vietnam, to build the house for poor and homeless natives. The Vietnam Initiative conducted numerous bake sales during […]

Sound engineer visits science class

On Friday, Dr. Abeer Alwan will visit the Middle School to speak to Susannah Gordon’s Integrated Science II class about sound engineering, with an emphasis on hearing. Alwan, who is the mother of Nial Alwash ’16, is a physician at UCLA who works primarily with developing hearing aids and will be visiting Gordon’s first and […]

A model photographer

Glitter falls over the model’s face as she poses in front of a jet black background. As she contorts her body, photography student Emily Maynes ’15 lines up shots, trying to capture the perfect moment. While adjusting the focus dial on her camera, Maynes asks the model to face the back wall and look back […]

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