The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has taken precautionary steps to notify parents and students about the potential spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) “Normans” welcomed approximately 110 speakers from a variety of professions such as local businesses, including the Beverly Hills Courier, at its Annual Career Day that took place on March 12.
Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) has reached many milestones in its first year, including launching a successful athletic program, a science fair, and various art programs.
Youngsters will no longer have to pay the price for overdue books at the Beverly Hills Public Library thanks to a recent decision to eliminate fines on materials checked out by youth under 18 years old.
The Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) Robotics Team hosted a “Women in STEM” event for Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) students on Jan. 17. Senior Eva Danesh, President of the Business-Robotics Team called MorTorq, said that the motivation behind the event was to outreach and inspire younger students —especially females—who may not otherwise consider careers in the male-dominated STEM field.
In it's first year, the Beverly Vista Middle School received recognition as a Common Sense School.