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BHHS tutor Evette Guranik with Beverly Vista student Ashley Isias

Tutors Needed – The Beverly Hills Academic Afterschool Tutoring Program is once again seeking volunteers – preferably high school students who will receive community service hours

The Beverly Hills Academic Afterschool Tutoring Program is once again seeking volunteers – preferably high school students who will receive community service hours – to work with elementary school students experiencing social or academic difficulties. Orientation is Thursday, Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. in the Roxbury Park Auditorium and sessions begin Tuesday and Thursday’s from 3:30-5 p.m., beginning in late September. For more information, contact Adrienne Weise at adriennetutor@gmail.com. Pictured above: BHHS tutor Evette Guranik with Beverly Vista student Ashley Isias. 6:15 pm Read More

Beverly Hills School District Continues Fight Against Metro Today

Nearly a year after U.S. District Court Judge George H. Wu made his final ruling on Beverly Hills Unified School District v. Federal Transit Administration., et. al., representatives from both sides are expected to return to court this morning before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Pasadena. 6:39 pm Read More

Beverly Hills High School Nabs Honor Roll Status

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. 6:37 pm Read More

Remembering Susan Stevens – Scores of former colleagues, students and friends joined together at Roxbury Park on Sunday to celebrate the life of BHHS Tennis Coach Susan Stevens

Pictured (from left): Tania Harris (who hired Coach Stevens at BHHS), Steven Neu (former student and friend) and Laurie Barish Pereira (former student and friend who helped organize Sunday’s memorial) Scores of former colleagues, students and friends joined together at Roxbury Park on Sunday to celebrate the life of beloved Beverly Hills High School Tennis Coach Susan Stevens, who died on March 13. To commemorate her passing, 100 butterflies were released. Pictured (from left): Tania Harris (who hired Coach Stevens at BHHS), Steven Neu (former student and friend) and Laurie Barish Pereira (former student and friend who helped organize Sunday’s memorial). 5:20 pm Read More

Healthy Snacking – Teachers and staff went bananas for this month’s “Thank You Tuesday” (TYT) produce stand, put on by the Beverly Hills High School PTSA

PTSA Co-President Laurie Okum, Patti Stein, Stephanie Rund, Laura Margo, Mallory Lee, Dorit Abramov,   Dagny Dubelko, and PTSA Co-President Jodi Galen Teachers and staff went bananas for this month’s “Thank You Tuesday” (TYT) produce stand, put on by the Beverly Hills High School PTSA. One Tuesday a month, the BHHS PTSA treats the school’s staff  to a special TYT event. This month, staff members were invited to a farmers market produce stand with beautiful locally grown produce and recyclable bags donated by Mickey Fine Pharmacy. Pictured (from left):  PTSA Co-President Laurie Okum, Patti Stein, Stephanie Rund, Laura Margo, Mallory Lee, Dorit Abramov,   Dagny Dubelko, and PTSA Co-President Jodi Galen. 6:42 pm Read More

Career Day – To cap off Beverly Hills High School’s career day this year, students had the opportunity to visit with representatives from several local businesses

Preston Rozwood, Meltem Su, Michelle Redston, Spencer Edelman, Cindy Dubin, Kinsey Hogan, and John Johnson To cap off Beverly Hills High School’s career day this year, students had the opportunity to visit with representatives from several local businesses offering summer internship opportunities to BHHS students. Pictured at the Stardust Penthouse at The Beverly Hilton (from left): Preston Rozwood, Meltem Su, Michelle Redston, Spencer Edelman, Cindy Dubin, Kinsey Hogan, and John Johnson. 6:39 pm Read More

Candidates Forum – Candidates for Beverly Hills City Council came to Beverly Hills High School this week to speak to students about issues close to their hearts

L-CandidateForum Candidates for Beverly Hills City Council came to Beverly Hills High School this week to speak to students about issues close to their hearts for a forum put on by Interact and Teen BHEF. Issues discussed included the subway, finances, the troubled Beverly Hills Postal Service, the new rent ordinance, and of course, local schools. Candidate Bob Wunderlich even encouraged students to get involved with local government by watching City Council meetings and using their social media skills to inform their peers about important issues. Pictured above: teen BHEF students with the seven candidates vying for three open seats in the upcoming City Council election. 5:29 pm Read More

Courier In Argentina – Celebrating the New Year in Argentina’s Patagonia Region is Beverly Hills Health & Safety Commissioner Gary Ross and his family

Beverly Hills Health & Safety Commissioner Gary Ross and his family, Nancy Ross, Jack Ross and Eric Ross Celebrating the New Year in Argentina's Patagonia Region is Beverly Hills Health & Safety Commissioner Gary Ross and his family, Nancy Ross, Jack Ross and Eric Ross.  In addition to Gary Ross serving as Commissioner, all family members are lifetime residents of Beverly Hills and all graduated BHHS. To join the Ross family in the Carry the Courier Club, simply snap a photo of yourself with a copy of the Courier on your next trip and e-mail the photo to mlopez@bhcourier.com with a short description of where you went. 5:05 pm Read More

Welcome To Molokai – resident Cathy Haymes Baker to travelled with her husband Chris to her bucket list destination, the island of Molokai,

M-CourierCarry Longtime resident Cathy Haymes Baker, BHHS class of 1976, took a break from planning her high school reunion last month to travel with her husband Chris to her bucket list destination, the island of Molokai, off the coast of Maui. To join Cathy in the Carry The Courier Club, simply take a copy of the Courier with you on your next big trip, snap a photo and send it to mlopez@bhcourier.com with details about your trip. Safe travels! 5:20 pm Read More

Career and Technical Education – Beverly Vista students worked with K-BEV, the BHHS’ television news station

L-BV-CTE-Students Last Friday, Beverly Vista for the second-straight year partnered with Beverly Hills High School's Career and Technical Education department on a program that exposes Beverly Hills middle school students to the various media programs CTE has to offer. BV students worked with K-BEV, the BHHS’ television news station. Pictured (clockwise, from left): Lucas Fuhrer, Joshua Katz, Jayden Bulexa, Ricky Lee, Natalie Lightner, Talia Eshtiaghpour, Nicolette Kay, and Hannah Sokolovsky. 4:21 pm Read More

Great Debate – The Beverly Hills High School Speech and Debate Team brought home six medals at the Western Bay Forensics League’s 2nd Fall Congress tournament

L-Debate The Beverly Hills High School Speech and Debate Team brought home six medals at the Western Bay Forensics League’s 2nd Fall Congress tournament at Torrance High School. Pictured (from left):  Silver medal winners Dean Becker and Mason Ware; Bronze medal winner Diane Jeong; and Silver medal winner Ben Dahan. Not pictured: Silver medal winner Steven Aceti and Bronze medal winner Jules Shinbrot. Following on that success, twin brothers Evan and Seth Pizzurro went on to compete in the semi-finals Public Forum team debate. 4:17 pm Read More