Science Bowl selects 10 students to compete

The two teams of five students each that will compete this year at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Science Bowl competition have been announced. Science Bowl President Kenneth Kim ’13, Vice President Rhett Gentile ’13 and advisor Nathan Cardin determined these ten students based on “participation, seniority, knowledge level, buzzer speed, accuracy, […]

Boys' basketball falls to Loyola in tournament

In the semifinals of the Torrance Tournament, the varsity boys’ basketball team lost their first game of the season 80-61 at the hands of arch-rival Loyola on Friday. The Cubs took a double-digit lead in the first quarter which they would never surrender. Forward Derick Newton ’14 led the Wolverines with 29 points, while point guard Parker […]

First senior movie night to feature 'Anchorman'

The senior class voted to watch “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” for its first Senior Movie Night after school this Friday, Head Prefect Katie Lim ’13 said. This is the first year the Prefect Council has held a Senior Movie Night, and they intend for it to encourage senior bonding earlier in the year, […]

Girls’ basketball wins season debut at home

The girls’ varsity basketball team beat Oaks Christian 63-58 in its season opener. Girls’ basketball team co-captain Natalie Florescu ’13 led the way in scoring, notching 17 points in the home opener with Lindsay Tse ’16 chipping in nine of her own in her first game in Taper Gym. “This team far exceeded my expectations […]

Chronicle online wins 1st place in San Antonio

Student publications scored a winning sweep in the Best of Show competitions Saturday Nov. 17 at the National Scholastic Press Association/Journalism Education Association fall convention in San Antonio. Chronicle online took the first place trophy in the online category and the middle school newspaper,  Spectrum, took first place for middle school papers. The November issue […]

Students choose Obama in mock election

Upper school students voted by a large margin to reelect President Barack Obama in a nationwide mock election, according to the results of an online survey conducted by history teacher Dave Waterhouse and his AP Government students. Of the 536 students who participated in the week-long survey, 68% voted for the Democratic ticket of Obama […]

New SAT security procedures to start

The College Board implemented new security procedures that require students taking the SAT to complete a four-step identification check before they can be admitted to the test. The new protocol will be enforced starting at the Oct. 6 SAT next Saturday. When registering for the SAT online, students must upload a photo for their admission […]

School hosts ‘Games of the Trimester’

Five teams were featured Thursday as part of the “Games of the Trimester” initiative, an effort to boost viewership of sports other than basketball and football, Athletic Director Vince Orlando said. Potential applicants from feeder schools such as John Thomas Dye and Curtis attended to get a sense of what games are like. The varsity […]

Junior verbally commits to North Carolina

Pitcher and third baseman Jack Flaherty ’14 verbally committed Sept. 26 to play for University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Flaherty will join Wolverine teammate and Georgia Tech commit Arden Pabst ’13 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, better known as the ACC. “I’m really lucky to have the opportunity to be going to a great […]

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