Louisville's Journalism and Media cohort spent the day in Santa Monica at KCRW, where alumna Caleigh Wells '13 is a News Producer. Caleigh hosted our students and provided opportunity to learn about the radio business from Jill SmayoChief Operating Officer, Chery GlaserMorning Anchor, Darrell SatzmanNews Producer and Steve Chiotakishost of Greater LA. KCRW is located in a brand-new facility with live-broadcast and recording studios, a green room, large vinyl and CD music library, and a sound stage for live music performances. The highlight of the day was watching Caleigh's team record a live interview for airing later in the day. She adds, "I’ve benefited so much from having people in the industry to ask just about every kind of question you could think of so I’d love to pay it forward however I can!" Thank you Caleigh for providing such a broad experience for our Focus Program! Click to read more about KCRW...
On December 5th, the first-ever alumnae art exhibit opened with fanfare at the offices of Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield. Alumna Veronica Vos ’08 coordinated pairing the district’s annual holiday Open House with the opening for Louisville’s show. Hundreds of guests were treated to food provided by local restaurants, a performance by the Gary Mendell jazz trio and a chance to meet and converse with the artists.
On Wednesday, November 6th, the cross country team traveled to Glendale to compete at Mission League Finals. This was the final visit to the Crescenta Valley Park course for our seniors, some of whom have raced the course 9-10 times over their high school careers.
Fillmore, Calif. - Congratulations to the golf team on finishing 4th place at the Mission League golf tournament on Monday 10.21.19. Sophomore Ava Browne who shot an 89, freshman Madison Regala who shot a 92 and sophomore Cassidy Serino who shot a 97 led the Royals. Sophomore, Ava Browne, ended the day seeded 12th and freshman Madison Regala finished 16th which qualified them for Mission League individual finals on Thursday 10.24.19.
7th and 8th grade girls and their parents, interested in finding out more about Louisville, can join us during a regular school morning on campus. Student visitors will sit in on a class while their parents meet with current parents to ask questions and get to know more about daily life here. All visitors will then join us for an informational tour of the campus. Scheduled dates are available on the registration page.
Louisville High School is a private, Catholic college-preparatory school for girls in grades 9 through 12, located in Woodland Hills, CA. For over 50 years, Louisville has educated young women in a vibrant, supportive learning community guided by the mission of the Sisters of St. Louis to "work toward a world healed, unified and transformed." Challenging academics and caring faculty empower each student to develop her confidence, integrity and faith to meet the needs of an ever-changing world.