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El Camino Real Charter School Could Be Forced To Close

el-camino-real-charter-high-schoolEl-Camino-Real-Charter-High-School Alleging fiscal mismanagement, Los Angeles Unified School District staff will ask the Board of Education next week to slap a "notice of violations” on El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills -- the first step toward revoking its charter, it was reported today.   Read More

Tutoring – The Beverly Hills Academic Tutoring Program is set to return again for another year, beginning with orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 6, from 4-5:30 p.m.

M-Tutoring The Beverly Hills Academic Tutoring Program is set to return again for another year, beginning with orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 6, from 4-5:30 p.m. at Roxbury Park Auditorium. The program is seeking volunteers to work with elementary school children having social and/or academic difficulties.  High School students will receive community service hours for volunteering in the program.  For more info contact Adrienne Weise at adriennetutor@gmail.com or call 310-285-6810. Pictured: a BHHS senior tutors a young student during last year’s Academic Tutoring Program. Read More

Cyber Night Out

Mayor John MIrisch and BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi M.D. Mayor John Mirisch presented a proclamation congratulating Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) on its “contribution to the CyberTech Beverly Hills Conference and outstanding achievements in cybersecurity.” Read More

Beverly Hills News – Mayor to Seek Council Support to Develop Driverless Vehicle Transport

Driverless-Car-Featured The Beverly Hills City Council will be examining the feasibility of an autonomous vehicle program within the City to provide driverless transportation to residents for "first and last mile" issues related to the Metro Purple Line Extension into Beverly Hills, to relieve traffic congestion on short trips, aid senior residents in local mobility solutions, and create visionary options that could place the City in the lead for technological vision. Read More

Career Day – Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day

Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis (pictured above) delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day at BHHS with a delicious luncheon prepared entirely by students. The annual event, which gave students the opportunity to attend some 150 sessions, introduced the City’s young minds to a multitude of professional opportunities that await. Read More