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Summer work experience course offers internships

Sayeh Mohammadi, Business Manager The Work Experience class is offering students an opportunity to apply as a summer intern in a location of their choice. Students who enroll in the five-week session work experience course will receive five credits for a job and internship they will be enrolled in during the summer. Two work experience […]

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Highlights in top five finalists for Best High School Newspaper

Today, the Los Angeles Press Club announced its finalists for their 54th annual SoCal Journalism Awards. Highlights was listed as one of the top five finalists along with The Spartan Shield from Huntington Park High School, The Pearl Post from Daniel Pearl Magnet High School, The Ambassador from The Ambassador School of Global Leadership and […]

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Beverly ranks highly on “America’s Best Schools”

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Last week, news magazine Newsweek published their annual list of the best public high schools in the nation, listing Beverly at a national ranking of 324 and a California ranking of 49. Additionally, Beverly placed 200 nationally and 36 in California out of all “open enrollment” high schools. The list, the product of […]

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Madrigals and Minnesiners climb the competition charts

In the past few months, both Minniesingers and Madrigals have won the highest honors of their competitions. In Hawaii, Madrigals placed first. In Anaheim, Minnesingers was awarded the gold medal for both Outstanding Choral Ensemble and the Adjudicators’ Award for Exceptional Scores. Minnesingers Minnesingers spent the weekend of April 29 at Disneyland singing in the […]

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Community donates hair for cancer patient wigs

Sayeh Mohammadi, Business Manager Pantene Beautiful Lengths Hair Donations is taking place on May 29, during lunch on the front lawn in order to provide natural wigs to cancer patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy. Donated hair must be at least eight inches in length and undamaged. Curly hair is acceptable; hair […]

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French students win national honors

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor Twenty-three Beverly students scored in the top ten national rankings in the National French Contest held in March. Participating students in honors or regular French registered for one of five different testing levels with the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF). The exam is made up […]

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Academic Decathlon’s search for participants

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Academic Decathlon, which distinguished itself by placing 14th in state this year, has been spreading the news in search of recruits for the upcoming school year. By distributing flyers throughout the entire school and visiting multiple classes to inform students about what Academic Decathlon is, they have successfully gained the interest […]

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Suspect for false fire alarm arrested

Benjamin Hannani, Print Feature Editor After numerous class disruptions, Beverly is now free from false alarms. An unidentified student was arrested for pulling a fire alarm today before Period 2.   While the administration was contacted for this article, they could not comment due to an ongoing investigation, but they have verified that a suspect was […]

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Beverly celebrates Persian New Year

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer With March coming to a close, there is still another New Years’ celebration to have at Beverly. The Persian New Year, known as Aide/Eid or Nowruz/Noroz/Norouz/or Norooz, is a celebration that has existed for over 2000 years. The actual moment the celebration begins is the spring solstice, usually around the end […]

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Metro approves tunneling under Beverly

Candice Hannani, Print News Editor At a press conference on Monday, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) officials stated their final decision regarding the Westside Subway Extension project. MTA supported the route through Constellation Boulevard and Avenue of the Stars, which would involve the subway tunneling under Beverly. MTA used potential earthquake dangers and ridership statistics to […]

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