Freedom School bake sale benefits literacy camp

The Freedom School bake sale committee hosted its first bake sale of the year May 3 in hopes that they can raise enough money to buy the camp new books for the summer. The Freedom School is a summer reading enrichment camp for underprivileged children hosted at different schools. The program’s mission is to get […]

Prefect Council institutes Monthly Meals events

By Lauren Sonnenberg The Prefect Council kicked off its Monthly Meals events selling cheese rolls, apple strudel and chicken empanadas from Porto’s Bakery this Monday, Oct. 1. In past years, food from nearby restaurants has been sold only on special occasions. With the institution of Monthly Meals, the Council aims to make off-campus food options […]

Jazz bands perform at club, to hold benefit concert

By Jivani Gengatharan and Lauren Sonnenberg Three upper school jazz ensembles hit the stage May 22 at the Catalina Jazz Club as a part of the Young Artist Jazz Series. Founded in 1996, the Series aims to provide young musicians the opportunity to exhibit their talent in front of a live audience. The ensembles included […]

Alum helps Harvard team win College Fed Challenge

By Lauren Sonnenberg Ben Sprung-Keyser ’11 and four teammates at Harvard College won first place in the College Fed Challenge, a competition for undergraduate college students interested in the Federal Open Market Committee. Ben Sprung-Keyser ’11 and four teammates at Harvard College won first place in the College Fed Challenge, a competition for undergraduate college […]

Debater reaches octofinals at national tournament

By Susan Wang The debate team competed in the Tournament of Champions, a prestigious annual tournament during the first weekend of May, at the University of Kentucky last weekend. Jake Sonnenberg ’11 advanced the farthest, reaching the octafinals where he competed in elimination rounds with 15 other students. Ben Sprung-Keyser ’11 and Michelle Choi ’12 each won at least five out […]