Congratulations to our Middle and Upper School Latin students who scored above the national average on the National Latin Exam and received awards for their high scores! These students took the National Latin Exam with approximately 130,000 students across the country and more than 40 Westridge students earned cum laude, magna cum laude, maxima cum laude, and summa cum laude awards.
The spring athletics season is coming to a close and we are so proud of the amazing performances from all teams! Our athletes brought home Prep League championships, broke personal records, and showed their mighty Tiger spirit.
The Upper School Chamber Orchestra concert will premiere next Friday, May 28 at 7 pm on the Westridge YouTube channel.
For their final project in their Modern World Systems class, 10th graders took the reins from teacher Sandy de Grijs to demonstrate their understanding of complex topics: modern genocides and human rights violations.
This afternoon, 22 students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society, an organization that recognizes academic achievement in secondary schools for the purpose of promoting three essential qualities: excellence, justice, and honor.
This weekend, the Westridge Theatre Department will present the 8th grade play What If? as its final production of the year. What If? is an original show comprised of four vignettes inspired by movies and TV shows, with scripts, costume design, scenic design, animation, and performances by 8th grade students.
The Upper School Virtual Dance Concert will premiere on the Westridge YouTube channel Friday, May 7 at 7 pm!
The English Department’s annual “Voices in Literature and Culture Conference” is taking on a new form this year and expanding the scope of its theme to ensure that the conference remains accessible to student participants from all three divisions of the school. The conference went live as a digital exhibit this month, featuring 16 student works around the theme of “Storytelling.”