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Celebrating culture: LAHSO hosts inaugural Hispanic-Latinx festival

Luke Schneider May 30, 2019

The Latin-American Hispanic Student Organization hosted the first annual Hispanic-Latinx festival May 23 outside Seaver Academic Center. 15 students sang, danced and recited poetry at the festival, which...

Students pose at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia. Members of the civil rights movement tour visited different historical locations across several southern states.   Credit: Ethan Lachman/ Chronicle

Students participate in first civil rights tour

Jaidev Pant May 1, 2019

In order to experience the history of the civil rights movement firsthand, 16 upper and middle school students took part in the school’s first civil rights tour, which Director of Diversity Janine Jones...

Members of LAHSO sit on the stairs during their first independent sleepover.  Credit: Marina Nascimento/ Chronicle

LAHSO hosts first independent sleepover

Austin Lee May 1, 2019

Students in the Latin American and Hispanic Student Organization held their second annual sleepover at the school to get to know each other better and to discuss issues present in the Latino community...

Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Janine Jones thanks retired Head of School at the Center of Early Education Reveta Bowers during her opening speech. Bowers is a leading expert in independent school education.  Credit: Caitlin Chung

DEI holds first recruiting event on West Coast

Caitlin Chung March 4, 2019

Faculty, staff and administrators from 43 independent institutions gathered together to participate in the first West Coast Diversity Job Fair on Feb. 23. The fair, which was co-hosted with the Brentwood...

School to alter late-start block schedule for second trial period

Saba Nia December 13, 2018

In response to surveys sent out to the student body following the first late-start block schedule days Oct. 25-26, the administration will slightly adjust the second pair of late-start block days in March.Based...

Xenia Bernal '19 speaks alongside fellow LAHSO members in front of faculty, students and parents about unifying as a community. Credit: Tammer Bagdasarian/Chronicle

LAHSO speaks about unity at LAPA Family Fiesta

Tammer Bagdasarian September 17, 2018

Latin American and Hispanic Student Organization (LAHSO) leaders spoke to faculty, students and parents about the importance of uniting as a community at the Latin American Parent Organization (LAPA) Family...

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