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Beverly Hills High Students Speak Out Against Westboro Baptist Church Protest

Westboro Baptist Church members picket at BHHS. Courier Photo By MATT LOPEZ The Westboro Baptist Church arrived in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon, but it met some opposition in the form of Beverly Hills High School students. Nearly 70 BHHS students, parents and other community members turned out to fight back against the Westboro Baptist Church's protest outside of Beverly Hills High at the intersection of Durant and Moreno Drive.
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Beverly Hills High Boys Basketball Team Claims Ocean League Championship

Trevor Bergher gets set to defend Santa Monica's point guard. PHOTO BY MATT LOPEZ Beverly Hills High's boys basketball team clinched an outright Ocean League championship on Tuesday night, and perhaps more importantly, everyone got home safely and injury free after the game. Denzel Holt scored 15 points and Ryan Manoocheri added 14 points to help Beverly Hills High to a 56-40 Ocean League win over Santa Monica on Senior Night at the Swim Gym. 12:06 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Search Begins For New Beverly Hills High School Principal

BHHSSwimGym Beverly Hills High School may soon say farewell to Principal Carter Paysinger at the end of the school year when his two-year contract expires in June. Earlier today, the Beverly Hills Unified School District posted a Request for Proposal to hire a search firm to oversee its efforts to hire a new principal to helm BHHS. Paysinger, who filed suit last year against the BHUSD for alleged discrimination, was informed that he was welcome to apply for the position he has held since 2010.   2:55 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – BHHS Students Triumph At DECA Development Conference

Beverly Hills High School DECA team Over the weekend, 46 Beverly Hills High School students participated in the DECA SoCal Career Development Competition in Anaheim with 26 students receiving top three recognition in all aspects of events. The three-day conference brought together roughly 300 students throughout the Southland to compete in a variety of simulated business situations.   11:40 am Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High School Closed For Day After Bomb Threat

School has now been cancelled for Beverly Hills High School students just hours into their first day back after an unidentified caller telephoned the school at approximately 11 a.m. and said there was a bomb on the high school campus. Beverly Hills Police Sgt. Max Subin said the decision to send students home for the remainder of the day came after an hour-long search which found no evidence that an explosive device was on the campus. 11:32 am Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High School Students Continue Fight Against Metro With “Why We Fight” Videos

Beverly_Hills_High_School_crest This morning, KBEV Channel 6 posted the second of three “Why We Fight" videos about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s plan to tunnel under Beverly Hills High School and why construction is wrong. The latest video (Part 2) delves into the “false science” of Metro’s seismic report and reveals how the school district debunked the studies to show they were wrong. 11:51 am Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills School Leaders Look To Tackle Real Issues At Tonight’s Board Of Education Meeting

Beverly Hills High School The Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education is poised to discuss the future of programming during a budget study session at 4 p.m. today at district headquarters. During its 7 p.m. formal meeting at the Beverly Hills High School's STC/Jon Cherney Lecture Hall, the board will then delve into issues surrounding BHHS's program improvement status, STEM programming, testing schedules and controls, and reinstating an on-campus security program. 11:26 am Read More

ISIS Threat Highlights Beverly Hills’ Metro Worries

Add terrorism to the list of woes future Beverly Hills High School students may have to deal with if the L.A. Metropolitan Transportation Authority doesn’t shift course on plans to run two subway tunnels beneath the City’s only high school. Yesterday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sent shock waves across the nation with the declaration that ISIS was plotting to launch attacks on subways in the U.S. 6:31 pm Read More