BHS News

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  • Girl's Basketball Goes to UCLA Basketball Game!

    After a season of growth and joy, members of the Girl's Basketball team attended a UCLA Women's Basketball game with their families and coaches.  The UCLA Bruins took on the University of Virginia and won with some great team play.  One of the star players of the Bruins, Natalie Chou, actually attended a Zoom class of ours last year during remote learning.  It was exciting to see her talents on the court after hearing her words of wisdom in the (Zoom) classroom.  We are grateful to UCLA for providing these opportunities for our students to get a bigger picture of what's possible in women's sports.  Go Bruins and go Bobcats!
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  • Mock Trial Team Leapfrogs to Playoffs

    Congratulations to our Mock Trial team for making BHS history! The team advanced straight to the quarterfinals from their round one trials, skipping over the playoffs. Mock Trial is a Junior High elective where students participate in a countywide academic competition run by the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CFR). Our BHS team accomplished this feat thanks to high scores in both their round one trials under the expert guidance of Mr. Fontaine and our amazing Attorney Coach, Marc Guggenheim. The quarterfinals will be held on Zoom on Thursday, November 18.
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  • Thanksgiving Food Drive is a Huge Success

    The BHS Elementary Student Council collected a total of 65 bags at the end of its week-long Thanksgiving food drive. The campaign was in support of a Meal Bag initiative run by LA Family Housing and wrapped on Tuesday, November 16. Students collected non-perishable items which were delivered to the grateful hands of LA Family Housing representatives who noted that BHS was the second largest donor this season. We thank our Student Council for their exemplary leadership and everyone in our community who supported their great work.
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Located in Los Angeles, CA, Berkeley Hall School is a private, coeducational school for students in preschool through grade 8. Rigorous academics in a supportive atmosphere and grounded character development allow students to become fearless scholars and conscientious citizens - gain a love of learning, leadership with social responsibility, creativity with moral integrity, and self-esteem with compassion for others and the environment.