The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

McClain to work remotely from Washington

Sandra Koretz June 3, 2020

After 13 years at the school, Upper School Scheduler, Chair of the Upper School Faculty Academic Committee (FAC) and science teacher Krista McClain will move to Seattle, Washington with her family in...

FAC approves 6 Kutler Center courses

November 29, 2011

By Lara Sokoloff Six classes for the Kutler Center for Interdisciplinary Studies were approved by the Faculty Academic Committee at a meeting on Nov. 15. Videogame design will be taught by math teacher...

Encouraging a foreign outlook

April 27, 2011

These days, RSS feeds are dominated by breaking news updates about any of the United States’ three foreign entanglements and updates on the NIKKEI stock exchange. Businesspeople from every continent...

Nature Boys

Chronicle Staff December 14, 2010

By Olivia Kwitny Stumbling upon a crevice in the mountain, where he can bury his scratched right hand, Roy Murdock ’11 uses every inch of muscle to swing himself onto the peak of the cliff....

Trio goes green

April 28, 2009

By Faire Davidson Going green has been a goal this year for the school. The middle schoolers lost their water bottles and gained filtered water fountains with more plans under way. Adam Rothman ’09,...

Dressed to teach

March 24, 2009

By Julie Barzilay Some Fridays are special because the cafeteria staff barbeques burgers to welcome a new month. Some bring performances or championships. But every Friday that foreign language teacher...

Take tech talks up a notch

Chronicle Staff February 12, 2008

Because students are typically more technology-savvy than teachers, it seems logical that how technology is used in and out of the classroom should be a decision made jointly by teachers and...

Students get fanatic

October 22, 2007

By Cathi ChoiFanatic Fest began today on Ted Slavin field with water balloons, pie eating and tug-of-war. Eight students raced to finish their pies, hands tied behind their back, to an audience of screaming...

Coming back for more

October 3, 2007

By Annie Dreyer   When Ari Engelberg ’89 attended Harvard School for Boys, he visited teachers in their offices where Munger Science Center currently sits, performed labs in a building...

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