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.
The Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) Bull Dogs wrapped up the inaugural fall season of athletics at the first middle school in the Beverly Hills Unified School District. “It was an amazing first season competing in the Federation for Interscholastic Youth Athletics (FIYA) league,” Kelly Park, Co-Athletic Director along with Todd Radonsky told the Courier.
Beverly Hills High School Sophomore, Jayden Bulexa won second place in the Congressional App Challenge hosted by Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles) at Santa Monica College on Nov. 16.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education meeting on Oct. 29 was full of robust discussions and debates about school curriculum and computer access for all BHUSD students.
It was “Friday Night Lights” on Thursday for Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) as they celebrated their first flag football home game Oct. 3 at the Beverly Hills High School football field. A spirit rally kicked off the inaugural game. The rally highlighted the first-ever BVMS athletic program for boys’ flag football, girls’ volleyball, and boys’ and girls’ cross country track teams. The festivities also included performances by the BVMS band, dance club, music theater group, color guard, and bulldog Mascot. The spirit rally was followed by a double header football game. The first game featured the 6th grade team playing against WISH Community Middle School. The excitement of the night continued with the second game which pitted the BVMS Division 1-7th and 8th graders against the La Tijera Tigers. “The community is excited, and the response has been overwhelming. So far it is progressing beyond our wildest dreams,” Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Director of Athletics Tim Ellis told the Courier.