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Career Day – Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day

Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis Beverly Hills High School Culinary Arts students Kyle Chlavin, Ori Fedida, Kyle Khalili, Annabel Bao and Rubini Korasidis (pictured above) delighted over 100 local business leaders who came to speak at this year’s career day at BHHS with a delicious luncheon prepared entirely by students. The annual event, which gave students the opportunity to attend some 150 sessions, introduced the City’s young minds to a multitude of professional opportunities that await. 5:55 pm Read More

State Contenders – The Beverly Hills High School Olympiad team is now headed to the state competition after its winning performance at Antelope Valley.

L-ScienceOlympiad The Beverly Hills High School Olympiad team is now headed to the state competition after its winning performance at Antelope Valley. Pictured, (from left): Back row: Rebecca Regwan, Jordan Lee, Quentin Sandhaus, Noah Danesh, Jordan Grode, Coach Emily Smith, James Dohm, Katie Wu, Katie Niknam, and Noella Kim;  Front row: Lital Peykar, Bella Cura, Jamie Kim, Sophia Goldberg, Parent Coach Eleonora K. Goldberg, and Elias Schablowski. 5:52 pm Read More

Science for Students – Beverly Hills High School students showed off their smarts at the Science Olympiad Polytechnic School Invitational

L-Science Beverly Hills High School students showed off their smarts at the Science Olympiad Polytechnic School Invitational, winning 1st place Experimental Design, 2nd place for Game On, 2nd place for Green Generation and 3rd place for Chemistry Lab. Overall, the BHHS team came in 10th. Pictured (back row, from left): Sophia Goldberg, Noella Kim, and Bella Cura; (middle row): Rebecca Regwan, Katie Niknam, Katie Wu, James Dohm, Jordan Lee, Jordan Grode, and Quentin Sandhaus; (front row): Jamie Kim, Lital Peykar, and Noah Danesh. 6:05 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High Graduation Standards Could Be Lowered

Beverly Hills High School students could soon be facing new, more lenient graduation standards.  The Board of Education broached the subject of altering, or potentially lowering, graduation standards Tuesday at its study session.  The discussion centered on whether or not to do away with the University of California (UC) system’s “A-G” requirements, which BHHS currently uses as a base for its graduation requirements, along with possibilities to offer alternative pathways to graduation. 6:12 pm Read More

Portables Head To Beverly Hills High In Summer; Voters Will Be Asked To OK New Bond In Nov.

The Board of Education edged a little closer this week to asking voters to approve a school-building bond to completely renovate the district, although the size of that bond is still up for debate. Contemporaneously, the board gave direction to move forward with placing portable classrooms on the high school campus once the school year is officially over in anticipation of beginning renovations on four high school buildings. 6:19 pm Read More

Beverly Hills Women’s Club Celebrates The Season – The historic clubhouse held it’s annual Holiday Luncheon and Boutique

Renee Sperling, BHWC attorney and board member, President Mumsey Nemiroff, Mayor Julian Gold, Lea Purwin D’Agostino and BHPD Chief Dominick Rivetti The Beverly Hills Women’s Club’s (BHWC) historic clubhouse was packed when the club held it’s annual Holiday Luncheon and Boutique featuring vendors and entertainment from the BHHS Madrigal Singers. Enjoying the festivites were (from left): Renee Sperling, BHWC attorney and board member, President Mumsey Nemiroff, Mayor Julian Gold, Lea Purwin D’Agostino and BHPD Chief Dominick Rivetti, who addressed the group.  6:03 pm Read More

Courier In Israel – everly Hills’ Sheff family recently returned from a trip to Israel, and made sure to bring their copy of The Courier along for the vacation

M-Courier Beverly Hills’ Sheff family recently returned from a trip to Israel, and made sure to bring their copy of The Courier along for the vacation. They hosted a teen summer program that sponsors kids from L.A. for three weeks, followed by a first-time North American Rabbinical Seminar. Pictured right, in front of the Sephardic Educational Center in the Old City of Jerusalem: Rebekah (El Rodeo student), Rachel (BHHS alum) and Neil Sheff. To join the Sheff’s in the “Carry the Courier Club” simply take the Courier on your next vacation, snap a photo of yourself with it and send it to mlopez@bhcourier.com 5:49 pm Read More