The new, innovative nonprofit school with a customized learning approach for 6th-12th grade students will hold an open house from 1-2:15 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday March 23.
Beverly Hills students receive Dean’s Award with Distinction, Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence.
This week, Beverly Hills High School juniors and seniors got a poignant reminder of the perils of driving under the influence when 21 students participated in a powerful reenactment of a deadly drunk driving crash. The scene, witnessed by hundreds of students, is harrowing, always bringing both participants and witnesses to tears.
The community is mourning the passing of Samuel Louis Milton Kolko, who died at 24 years of age on Feb. 21.
The Beverly Hills High School Marching Band and Color Guard of 75 students, under the direction of Bill Bradbury, performed in Disneyland’s Main Street Parade on Thursday, Jan. 31, as part of the Disney Arts Showcase. The BHHS Marching Band and Color Guard have been given this prestigious opportunity every year for over a decade. This year they played a medley of military and patriotic tunes called “Main Street America” while marching on Main Street, USA, Disneyland.
On Tuesday, during the very same meeting where the Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education discussed its 2017/18 audit report by Moss, Levy & Hartzheim LLP, which showed a general fund balance of $18.2 million at the end of the previous school year, the board unanimously voted to approve laying off 26 full time employees.
Hawthorne second grade students practice "Poga" (Pilates + Yoga), something they have done with Principal Sarah Kaber since she was a classroom teacher. “The weekly lessons have promoted a calm, controlled, mindful and engaging learning environment while encouraging the kids to be joyful and active,” she said
Students excel at Cedarville University, University of Wisconsin, Madison, University of Alabama, Tufts University and Muhlenbeg College, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, when families gather around the table giving thanks for a bountiful spread and the warmth of relationships, the Beverly Hills Education Foundation is asking locals to help support public education in the City.
Beverly Hills Unified is set to look a bit different come fall 2019 with the historic K-8 four-school model reconfigured to one middle school and two elementary schools.