Precisely eight days before Beverly Hills High School students have pledged to join the 17-minute nationwide school walk-out at 10 a.m. on March 14 to protest gun violence while honoring the 17 people who died in last month’s Parkland school shooting, Beverly Hills police arrested a BHHS school student on campus this past Tuesday.
Beverly Hills police arrested a man on Wednesday who police believe carried a gun on the campus of Beverly Hills High School and followed a student as she left campus.
In a strong showing of solidarity between students and school leaders, on Wednesday March 14 Beverly Hills High School students are poised to walk out of class at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes to participate in a national school walkout. The 17 minutes symbolize one minute for each life that was lost at the Parkland shooting.
Starting tonight, the Tony award-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone caps off this season for the Beverly Hills High School Performing Arts department. Shows are March 2, 3, 8, 9, and 10 at 7 p.m. in the Salter Theatre at 241 S. Moreno Dr. Tickets are available online (bhhs.bhusd.org), at the Student Store, or onsite before each show as space permits. Pictured (above) are Performing Arts benefactor Michael J. Libow and the cast of the musical.
Beverly Hills High School Social Studies teacher Drew Stewart has been promoted to interim assistant principal at BHHS effective this week.
On Feb. 3, the Beverly Hills High Career Education Department sent culinary and KBEV broadcast students to compete in the annual SkillsUSA regional competition held at LA Trade Tech. The medal winners and students advancing to the SkillsUSA State competition this coming April in Ontario are: Gold Medal Broadcast team (Ethan Bootesaz, Eva Danesh, Noah Danesh, Arian Tabibian); Gold Medal Job Skill Demonstration Student (Donya Noubaharestan); Gold Medal Radio team (Ryan Dubin, Tohar Samir); Silver Medal Broadcast team (Ben Cohan, Sophia Martin, Jacob Suomi, Gabrielle Urman); Silver Medal Culinary (Eric Cherdak); Silver Medal Radio (Jacob Kurtz, Gabriel Tabariei); Bronze Medal Broadcast team (Bridgette Fussman, Leo Padilla, Hunter Trost, Noelle Trost; Bronze Medal Culinary (Ethan Eils); Broadcast All Freshmen team 7th Place (Fiory Carey, Riley Mehdizadeh, Alana Perkins, Ryan Tabatabai).
There’s nothing quite like performing before an audience to make an artist feel like a true professional. Next week, Beverly Hills High School Dance Company students will have the opportunity of a lifetime when they take the stage at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts for a three-night engagement to showcase original dances.
On Tuesday, the Board of Education unanimously voted 4-0 (Board VP Lisa Korabtov was not in attendance) for the school district to enter into an agreement with the City concerning abandoning and plugging oil wells on school district. The agreement, wherein the City will pay up to $8 million to monitor the Beverly Hills High School Oil Well drill site and plug and cap 19 oil wells, comes less than two weeks after energy company Venoco, LLC agreed to pay the school district $760,000 as part of a “Full and Final Settlement Agreement” following its bankruptcy filing.
When the Beverly Hills High School boys and girls varsity soccer teams face off against Windward school in tonight’s matches, they will not just be playing to win a game, they will be kicking for a cure in the battle against cancer.
The Beverly Hills High School staff was treated to a Halloween luncheon by the BHHS PTSA "Thank You Tuesday" committee this week. They hosted a fun-filled chili and cornbread event for the staff. Pictured (from left): Eliza Eshaghian, Carolynne Dyner, Laura Margo, Dori Kenneally, BHHS Principal Mark Mead, PTSA Co-President Jodi Galen, Dorit Abramov, Stephanie Rund, PTSA Co-President Laurie Okum and Patti Stein.