The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Plays chosen as national winner, semifinalists in theater’s festival

James Hur April 29, 2014

Aiyana White ’14 was announced as the winner of The Blank Theatre Company’s Young Playwrights Festival, which received over 250 nationwide submissions this year. White’s play “Barophobia,” will...

Parents are responsible for parties their children host, speakers say

Aaron Lyons March 18, 2014

Parents are responsible for parties their children host, even if they are unaware of the party’s occurrence, speakers said at the“Kids and Alcohol/Drugs: The Rules, the Consequences, and the Tools...

Cirque du Sophomore

Aaron Lyons February 12, 2014

Dimmed lights set the stage; a suspended hoop dangles in wait. While not an ordinary extracurricular activity, three students have chosen to participate in the circus. Jessica Brandon ’16 and Hannah...

Debate team hosts tournament

Aaron Lyons November 13, 2013

The debate team hosted a tournament at the Upper School Nov. 2-3. The tournament was comprised of schools mainly from California with a select few schools from other states. Harvard-Westlake debaters did...

Equestrian rider wins Grand Prix

Aaron Lyons September 25, 2013

Lucy Davis ’10 won the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix on Sept. 14, earning a spot in the record books as the youngest woman to do so. The Harvard-Westlake equestrian team alumna was the last to ride...

Senior is a presenter at sports science conference in Singapore

Aaron Lyons August 27, 2013

Jamie Skaggs ’15 represented Harvard-Westlake at the E.W. Barker Institute  of Sports International Youth Sports Science Conference 2013 held in Singapore in August. Skaggs, accompanied by Alessandra...

New teachers: Kasia Williams

Aaron Lyons August 27, 2013

Kasia Williams began ballroom dancing when she was 11 and continued throughout her high school career in Poland, where she lived. As Williams got older, she realized  her skill level was behind her age...

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