An online petition asking U.S. President Donald Trump to prevent the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) from running a subway tunnel under Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) has gathered 122 signatures after being posted six days ago on change.org.
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.
In a press release Wednesday evening, the City of Beverly Hills responded to a letter from Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy, in which he outlined their ongoing concerns over the planned Metro Purple Line Extension beneath the bungalows at Beverly Hills High School.
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.
On Tuesday, the Board of Education briefly discussed the Aug. 29 letter from the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), where it approved the school district’s $65 million budget for 2017-18 with conditions.
Nearly a year after U.S. District Court Judge George H. Wu made his final ruling on Beverly Hills Unified School District v. Federal Transit Administration., et. al., representatives from both sides are expected to return to court this morning before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Pasadena.
The Beverly Hills Board of Education approved the hire of Mark Mead on Tuesday to be the new Beverly Hills High School principal effective July 1. For the past year Mead has served as BHHS’s assistant principal.
Justine Elitzur, Maytal Sarafian and Lena Shapiro, who all made major contribution's to the BHHS Softball Team's season ender against Santa Monica High, were honored before the game on Senior Day.
Fresh on the heels of last week’s Board of Education directive to create a “7-11 Committee” as a first step toward having multiple district parcels declared surplus property, including the site of the Beverly Hills Oil Well, Superintendent Michael Bregy issued a press release stating that the district had been made aware on April 17 that Venoco, Inc., which leases the oil well from the district, had filed for a second bankruptcy.