Notwithstanding the fact that the Beverly Hills High School Science and Technology Center (STC) elevator is projected to continue breaking down throughout its remaining lifespan, on Tuesday the Board of Education unanimously voted to approve an emergency resolution to spend $149,418 to modernize the elevator in order to more expeditiously fix it in the future. The STC elevator, which is currently operational, has broken down and been repaired at least three times this year.
For most people, when an elevator is out of service, taking the stairs might be considered a healthy alternative. For 15-year-old Rhiannon Carter, a Beverly Hills High School freshman who was diagnosed with childhood arthritis at the age of two, walking too many flights of stairs might land her in a wheelchair or in braces.
Beverly Hills High seniors got creative this week, making pennants to signify their college plans for next year at the school’s “Pennant Party.” The BHHS College Center and PTSA supplied free pizza and snacks while students won raffle prizes while creating their pennants. Pictured, from left: BHHS seniors Ben Dahan, Sophia Goldberg, Dominique Petrie, Jamie Kim and Jonathan Artal.
The power of words echoed poignantly throughout Beverly Hills High School last Friday following a series of intimate assemblies where around 200 students at a time packed the Salter Family Theatre and listened to speakers address the topic of racism.
For the first time in almost 30 years, Beverly Hills Unified School District teachers have reached an impasse with the school district, leading formal bargaining negotiations to be suspended as a third-party mediator now steps in to try to achieve consensus.
It was a great weekend for Beverly Hills High School’s Academic Decathlon team, which placed fourth overall in Division 3 of the State Academic Decathlon competition, winning 15 individual medals plus a team medal for bronze in the ‘Super Quiz’.
At 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, hundreds of Beverly Hills High School students joined the national movement to peacefully protest gun violence on campus in an inspiring tribute to the victims of last month’s deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
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.