The Beverly Hills Board of Education approved the hire of Mark Mead on Tuesday to be the new Beverly Hills High School principal effective July 1. For the past year Mead has served as BHHS’s assistant principal.
Justine Elitzur, Maytal Sarafian and Lena Shapiro, who all made major contribution's to the BHHS Softball Team's season ender against Santa Monica High, were honored before the game on Senior Day.
Fresh on the heels of last week’s Board of Education directive to create a “7-11 Committee” as a first step toward having multiple district parcels declared surplus property, including the site of the Beverly Hills Oil Well, Superintendent Michael Bregy issued a press release stating that the district had been made aware on April 17 that Venoco, Inc., which leases the oil well from the district, had filed for a second bankruptcy.
For the second time since 2012, Beverly Hills High School has been selected by an alliance of national business leaders, Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and its sister organization Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE), as one of 1,866 public schools in California to receive the title of 2016 Honor Roll school.
Beverly Hills High School Skills USA Community Service Chapter will be advancing to the USA state competition in San Diego on Saturday.
Following up on last month's win at the Bargain Belt Invitational at Claremont High School, the Beverly Hills High School Speech and Debate team heads to Torrance High School tomorrow to compete in the Western Bay Forensics League's second Fall Congress tournament.
If the early bird truly does get the worm, then Beverly Hills students should soon corner the market. Next year school is slated to start Aug. 7, 2017.
At 65 years old, Beverly Hills High School Principal David Jackson, a veteran administrator and educator, is truly a legend.
On the surface, Beverly Hills High School’s athletic department seems like it should have everything going for it – a strong athletic alumni association, solid funding and plenty of community support. Not to mention a boys basketball team coming off a CIF Southern Section championship.
Beverly Hills High School students could be fenced in as soon as next school year. The Beverly Hills Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday directed staff to move forward with new plans to install security fencing around the perimeter of the high school, moving away from fencing plans that had previously been approved years earlier.