The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) is facing resistance from parents about available options for students as the 2020-2021 school year approaches.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has announced two distinct options for students returning to school in the fall of 2020. Designed in response to parent feedback, as well as ongoing health and safety mandates, the district is offering the following two programs:
The Beverly Hills High School Class of 2020 may not have experienced a traditional final semester of classes. But, they certainly didn't lose their spirit. In light of the school's closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors had no live graduation ceremony to attend. Instead, a Virtual Senior Commencement Ceremony took place on June 4. (See the Courier's June 5 issue for coverage.)
In light of the June 10 announcement from Los Angeles County that summer camps could reopen as early as June 12, locals are waiting to see just what will happen.
Beverly Hills Unified School District hosted a virtual senior commencement ceremony on June 4 celebrating the graduating class of 2020. The virtual ceremony featured student speeches, moments from their final year, musical pieces and more.
Student athletes at Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) are learning what it means to be “good sports.”
While businesses slowly begin to reopen in the City, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) remains closed, without a definitive plan for the fall.
Seven weeks after physically shutting down, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has wrapped up its fourth week of Home Learning 2.0
The capping of the oil wells located on the Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) campus is on track for completion this fall, according to Director of Public Works, Shana Epstein.
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.