BHS News

List of 3 news stories.

  • 3-Pronged Approach to Safety

    As we think about and pray for those directly affected by the tragic shooting in Santa Clarita, we also continue to revisit our three-pronged approach to safety: educating our children, refining our safety protocols, and unifying as a community.
    The events prompted by a student within Saugus High School remind us once again that there is much more power in creating safety from within than imposing it from without and after the fact – more power in increasing our students’ agency and social-emotional learning than in only ramping up physical security.
    We start by educating our children to feel worthy and connected to themselves, their peers, and the world around them – to feel a part of a larger whole in which they play a unique and important part. Through social-emotional learning, children are given tools to constructively deal with their feelings and to practice healthy interactions with others. I remain grateful to all of you and to our teachers for our continued partnership to rear children who know the value of respecting themselves and others, who take responsibility for their actions and their community, who are honest in their communication, and who shine the light of compassion on every person and situation.
    In addition to putting a priority on social-emotional learning, Berkeley Hall has very strong safety procedures and protocols in place. Because the safety of your children is our number one priority, our leadership team continuously monitors our emergency procedures, reviews safety plans with local authorities, and mindfully implements and refines safe practices on campus. 
    This combined approach keeps our community safe from the inside out. We are grateful that every member of our community plays a part in this effort, and as a community, we stand united in support of our core values of respect, responsibility, honesty, and compassion.
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  • BHS Mock Trial Defense Team Wins

    BHS Mock Trial Defense Team Wins

    The Berkeley Hall JH Mock Trial Defense Team presented their murder case and won at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse and team member Bella L. was named MVP. Congratulations Bobcats!
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  • Math Olympiads Kicks Off at BHS!

    Kelly Neale
    The Math Olympiads is an annual contest that is now in its 41st year, with over 5,200 teams made up of 120,000 students participating from every state and thirty-five countries around the world. It's an opportunity for students to compete as mathletes and to stretch their mathematical reasoning skills. Berkeley Hall will compete with two teams, one made up of 4th-6th graders and the other of 7th-8th graders. This week was the first of five contests this year and winners will be announced next spring. Go Bobcats!
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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.