It was a series of coincidences that brought together Beverly Hills High School Class of ’74 and America’s VetDogs in Los Angeles last weekend for their inaugural event at a private home in Bel Air.
The Beverly Hills Board of Education voted unanimously this week the purchase of a temporary performance structure at Beverly Hills High School.
With major construction set to commence at Beverly Hills High School, the Board of Education is wrestling with where to place performing arts students who will be without their regular performance space during construction.
On April 27, Gaby Doyle, a Beverly Hills High School English teacher and adviser for the school’s Highlights newspaper and Watchtower yearbook, along with four students from the journalism program, returned home from three days at the National High School Journalism Convention in Anaheim. All four students competed in national write-off competitions. BHHS juniors Catherine Gagulashvili and Ava Seccuro, along with freshman Emma Newman, earned “Superior” award recognition in the Online News Package competition. Pictured, from left: Newman, Seccuro and Gagulashvili.
Big changes are in the offing for Beverly Hills High’s legendary Swim Gym.
The Beverly Hills High School PTSA treated staff to a room full of fresh produce in reusable bags that read “BHHS PTSA Loves You” as part of the support group’s weekly “Thank You Tuesday” lunches for teachers. Pictured (from left): Cindy Newman, Laurie Okum, Carolynne Dyner, Rose Kaiserman, Stephanie Rund, Monique Gibbons, Marjaneh Manavi, Eliza Eshaghian, and Allyce Balson.
The scourge of drug-related deaths took on a very human form this past Friday in Beverly Hills when a second person died in the same South Reeves home within two years.
The Beverly Hills High School Academic Decathlon tied for first place in the LA County Academic Decathlon Super Quiz at a ceremony yesterday afternoon at the Quiet Cannon Country Club Montebello. West High School in Torrance also shared the first place spot with BHHS.
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.
A GoFundMe page has been established for former Beverly Hills student, now Vanderbilt University senior, Greer Brucker, 21.