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    Bari LeBari elected Head Prefect, runoff for second Head Prefect

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    Fiona’s Five: Spring Break (episode 1)

  • Often, students are forced to cram and make up school work to go to concerts. Students and teachers agree that going to concerts can threaten students academic responsibilities and that achieving a balance is important for this purpose.


    Concert Culture

  • Student filmmaker and presenter at Westflix Ian Kims film My Sisters in the Stars: The Star of Lee Yong-Soo received the Audience Choice Award for his film.


    20 Years of Westflix

  • An earthquake destroys the ground near a city.


    Turkey’s grim earthquake lessons

  • Administration hosts support sessions with Jewish advocate


    Administration hosts support sessions with Jewish advocate

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    Deans change spring college tour itinerary

  • Kutler Center Scholar in Residence Andrea Ghez poses with EMPOWER. Ghez won the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering a supermassive blackhole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.


    School hosts Nobel Laureate and astrophysicist Andrea Ghez

  • Students tend to the hydroponic plant towers.


    Reducing our environmental impact

  • Members of the Upper School Robotics Team and Mathematics Teacher and Robotics Coach Andew Theiss gather around their robot before it competes at the Central Valley Regional Tournament.


    Robotics joins FIRST

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Harvard-Westlake shows real financial strength against its peer schools in Southern California.

Profitable Nonprofit: Inside Harvard-Westlake’s Tax Records

Will Sherwood January 19, 2022

Featured on its website and published in various brochures, the school’s numerous accomplishments are well known. Today, the school boasts 1,620 students, 206 full-time teaching faculty, more than 300...

Boys volleyball suffers defeat to Alemany High School

Justin Goldstein May 9, 2021

The boys volleyball team moves to 3-6 overall in the season after a 3-1 loss to Alemany High School on Friday at home.    The team started off strong winning its first set 25-19; however, the...

Credit: Sydney Fener

It’s the Little Things

Editorial Board August 27, 2020

When California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that schools in Los Angeles County would not be allowed to start in person, many students, including us staffers on The Chronicle, were extremely disappointed....

Coronavirus Live Sports Updates: CIF delays all sports, creates new two season system

Kyle Reims June 26, 2020

Update: July 20 All interscholastic sports will be delayed until at least December, and athletics will be divvied into two seasons instead of the usual three, the CIF announced today. It will be up to...

Coronavirus Live Updates

Coronavirus Live Updates

Frank Jiang May 20, 2020

For a case map tracking the spread of COVID-19, click here. Update: May 20, 12:02 p.m. School seeks clarification from Public Health Department regarding drive-through graduation Despite the recently...

Letter from the editors: Our coronavirus coverage

Letter from the editors: Our coronavirus coverage

Tammer Bagdasarian March 23, 2020

Dear reader, As the Harvard-Westlake community shelters in place, eagerly awaiting the next update from President Rick Commons and standing by as local governments take increasingly drastic measures to...

Power forward Trumann Gettings throws down a dunk against Sierra Canyon. The Wolverines lost, 75-65. Credit: Kyle Reims/Chronicle

Basketball falls to Sierra Canyon in CIF Open Division State Playoffs

Kyle Reims March 7, 2020

The boys' basketball team lost to Sierra Canyon High School 75-65 tonight in the regional semifinals of the CIF Open Division State Playoffs,  marking the end of the Wolverines' season.  It...

The Wolverines celebrate their 63-55 victory over Centennial High School Wed, Mar. 5. The team takes on Sierra Canyon School on Saturday at 7 p.m. Credit: Kyle Reims/Chronicle

Basketball survives Centennial, advances to face Sierra Canyon

Kyle Reims March 5, 2020

The boys' basketball team took down Centennial High School 63-55 in the first round of the CIF Open Division state playoffs last night, punching its ticket to the second round. The Wolverines started...

Star guard reclassifies to 2019 class

William Seymour May 1, 2019

Five star recruit and key boys’ basketball team member Johnny Juzang ’19 announced his reclassification from the class of 2020 to the class of 2019 April 24, meaning that he will attend college in...

KAT IN THE SOFTBALL HAT: Shortstop Kat Swander ’19 prepares to hit in the 7-0 loss against Alemany High School on March 12. The squad is currently 1-1 against Alemany this season, beating the Warriors for the first time April 17 in its second matchup.
Credit: Jay Lassiter/Chronicle

Late season upsets over Bishop Alemany and Notre Dame improve Mission League record

William Seymour May 1, 2019

Following a slow 0-4 start to league play, the softball team pulled off three league wins in their last four games and won four of their last six games overall. Coach Brittany Moeai said that she...

Boys’ golf wins second straight game under new program head

William Seymour February 27, 2019

The boys’ golf team won its second game of the season 214-219 against Chaminade College Preparatory in their home opener today at Wilson and Harding Golf Courses, extending their 2-0 undefeated season....

Girls’ soccer wins round one of CIF Regional Tournament

William Seymour February 26, 2019

Girls’ soccer defeated Carlsbad High School 3-2 in overtime tonight in round one of the CIF Regional Tournament, capping their record off at 18-1-6. The Wolverines’ first two goals came during...

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