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Proud to be BLACC: Profiling Black Leadership, Awareness and Culture Club

Sabrina de Brito April 23, 2017

On any given Monday morning, Chalmers 307 is buzzing. The room is packed with more than 30 students and faculty members, eager to debate and discuss race-related issues. The noise level climbs as friends...

Graphics by Kitty Luo

Corps Curriculum: Alumni in United States Service Academies

February 17, 2017

As a kid, Daniel Katz ’09 dreamed of flying. He went to airshows in the southern California area whenever possible, where he was captivated by the fighter jets soaring through the open sky. “I always...

Students participate in community service walks

Sabrina de Brito November 25, 2016

A Harvard-Westlake team participated in the Lung Force Walk in Studio City on Sunday in order to raise funds for the American Lung Association. The organization aims to spread awareness of lung cancer...

Vocalists to perform at Sherman Oaks fair

Sabrina de Brito October 8, 2016

Harvard-Westlake vocal students will perform a pop cover song set at the annual Sherman Oaks Street Fair for the second year Oct. 16. Students, parents and faculty members will also run a Harvard-Westlake...

Printed with permission of Sahale Greenwood.

Jolly Good Fellows: 2016 Summer Fellowships

Sabrina de Brito September 7, 2016

Max Robertson: Japan By Sabrina de Brito Walking through a five-story designer clothing store in Tokyo, Max Robertson ‘17 said he was surprised to find some of the clothes in glass cases, as if the...

LET’S DANCE: Giselle Chu  ’18, Alexa Frandzel ’18 and Daniel Varela ’18 portray a story through their choreography. They are enrolled in an Art of Dance class, and their piece was a part of the April 19 showcase in the Chalmers Dance Studio. Credit: Sabrina de Brito/Chronicle

Students dance in showcase

Sabrina de Brito April 28, 2016

Students in the Art of Dance I and Art of Dance II classes performed in their end-of-year choreography showcase April 19 in the Chalmers Dance Studio. Ten dancers collaborated under the direction of Erica...

Speakers made up of alumni and current seniors that were or are recipients of financial aid attend a dinner to express their gratitude for the lessons they learned and the experiences they had during their years spent at Harvard-Westlake.

Alumni attend Spotlight Dinner

Sabrina de Brito April 27, 2016

Nearly 300 alumni, students and parents attended the President’s Spotlight Dinner to hear inspirational speeches from distinguished alumni, guests and current seniors in support of Harvard-Westlake’s...

Liz Yount ’17 (right) debates in the quarterfinals round of the Harvard World Schools tournament in Boston. The school sent one team of four students and one team of three students to participate in the world schools style tournament. Printed with permission of Mike Bietz

Debaters travel to national championships

Sabrina de Brito April 27, 2016

Five qualified Harvard-Westlake debaters will be attending the 45th Annual Tournament of Champions in Kentucky April 30-May 2. "All of our success this season, and even at our postseason championship tournaments,...

Rasa Barzdukas '17, Jean Sanders '17 and Lola Clark '17 attempt to cross to the other side of Chalmers Lounge without touching the floor during the activity

Students participate in third annual Unconvention

Sabrina de Brito March 14, 2016

Students from the greater Los Angeles area took part in team-building group exercises March 12 at the third annual "Unconvention," a student-led leadership conference at the Upper School where the co-founder...

Liz Yount ’17 prepares to give a speech in a debate round in Slovenia. Yount debated at the tournament with two other high schoolers from other schools around the United States. Printed with permission of Cindi Timmons

Debaters participate in USC tournament

Sabrina de Brito March 9, 2016

Debaters enjoyed success at their last regular-season tournament, the USC Damus Spring Trojan Championships Sunday. At the tournament, Evan Engel ’17 made it to octafinals and Connor Engel ’17 advanced...

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