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  • President Rick Commons sent a school-wide email Tuesday detailing the most recent incident of antisemitic vandalism.

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    Commons reports new incident of antisemitic vandalism

  • Brady Dunlap 23 decommits from Notre Dame

    Basketball (Boys)

    Brady Dunlap ’23 decommits from Notre Dame

  • Boys basketball continues eight-game win streak

    Basketball (Boys)

    Boys basketball continues eight-game win streak

  • Trent Perry ’24, Brady Dunlap ’23 and Jacob Huggins ’23 of Harvard Westlake pose alongside Dusty Stromer, Mercy Miller and Caleb Foster of Notre Dame High School for picture day.

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    Boys basketball tops national and local high school rankings top 12 in national high school rankings

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    Alumni panels speak to juniors

  • Sanders is currently Director of Admission and Financial Assistance at Francis Parker School in San Diego.

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    Sanders appointed Head of Admission and Enrollment

  • Asher Rossen 23 fights for the ball in the Loyola match Jan. 13.

    Soccer (Boys)

    Boys soccer ties Loyola in first draw of the season

  • Students play chess against each other during Prefect Council and the Chess Clubs tournament.


    Prefect Council and Chess Club host tournament

  • Alyssa Thompson 23 picked first overall in NWSL Draft

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    Alyssa Thompson ’23 picked first overall in NWSL Draft

  • The schools emergency broadcasting system notified the community at  6:20 AM that in-person instruction would be canceled Tuesday.

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    Both campuses closed due to rain storms

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Dean Maude Bond. Credit: Pavan Tauh/Chronicle

Maude Bond: Dean

August 31, 2016

Maude Bond replaced Rose-Ellen Racanelli as an upper school dean, bringing ten years of experience from both a high school counseling and a college admissions perspective. Previously, Bond was the associate...

Catcher chooses Columbia University

Jonathan Seymour November 13, 2013

Matt Karo ’14, catcher for the baseball team, has committed to play at Columbia University in New York City.  Karo, who has been playing baseball since he was 6 at West Los Angeles Little League, is...

High Stakes: Beginning the common application

Sydney Foreman August 27, 2013

Daisy*, The All-Around Daisy* used her summer to pursue two of her passions, science and soccer, by interning at a UCLA neurobiology research lab and attending soccer camps. Daisy hopes to pursue a career...

Chronicle wins CSPA Gold Crown award

March 22, 2011

By Anabel Pasarow The 2009-2010 Chronicle, edited by Sam Adams ’10 and Hana Al-Henaid ’10, was one of 12 newspapers to win the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Gold...

Dean gives up New York state of mind

September 21, 2010

By David Kolin  While she was living in New York, Upper School Dean Tamar Adegbile used her car horn all the time, but she no longer uses it. "When the light changes here, people don’t...

CSPA awards Chronicle Gold Crown award

March 24, 2009

By Julie Barzilay The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the 2007-2008 Chronicle a Gold Crown March 13 at the 85th annual Scholastic Convention. Twenty high school papers won the Gold Crown...

Bel Canto to visit east coast

March 16, 2008

By Lauren Seo Bel Canto will be traveling to the east coast this spring break on their annual tour. This all-woman choir directed by Roger Guerrero is made up of 27 girls from the...

Chronicle adviser wins award for educational excellence

March 15, 2007

Chronicle adviser Kathleen Neumeyer will receive a Gold Key from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association at an awards luncheon at Columbia University Friday. A Gold Key is the highest award from CSPA....

How low can you go?

February 15, 2007

By Max Rifkind-BarronDespite what may seem like an end to the stress and pressure that is said to plague the lives of seniors, seniors admitted early now face the question: how low can you go?“No...

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