What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.

  • Freshman Riders Capture First Place

    Congratulations to two Louisville freshman equestrian riders who snagged first place this weekend at the Interscholastic Equestrian League show.  
  • Focus Program Visits KCRW Radio

    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 Smayo Chief Operating Officer, Chery Glaser Morning Anchor, Darrell Satzman News Producer and Steve Chiotakis host 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...
  • 5th Annual Trivia Night - February 1, 2020

    The Louisville Dads Club is hosting their Fifth Annual Trivia Night!
    Enjoy dinner, drinks, a Super Bowl Pool, raffles, games, prizes and some trivia!
     
    Saturday, February 1st
    6:00pm-10:00pm
    St. Louis Hall
    21 and over

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  • Alumnae Art Show Grand Opening

    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.
  • Cross Country races to the finish at League Finals


    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.
  • Golf Captures 4th Place

    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.    
       
  • Focus Program Guest Speakers 2019

    Louisville’s Focus Program students have met some very interesting people this Fall. Each speaker brings her/his expertise to share with our students, as well as the path that brought them to where they are now... 
  • STEM Focus Program Students Get Hands-On da Vinci!

    The da Vinci robot has transformed abdominal surgery. Fifteen girls in our STEM Focus Program received hands-on training and practice with the $2 million da Vinci robot, thanks to Louisville parent Nick Kearin of Intuitive and West Hills Hospital...
  • Kaydee Inouye leads the Mission League and her team to a 3rd place finish over Harvard-Westlake

    On Wednesday, October 16th, Louisville Cross Country traveled to Crescenta Valley Park to compete in the penultimate league meet of the season.
  • They hurdled hay bales and climbed the hill nicknamed “Agony Hilly.”

    Palos Verdes Invitational

    On Friday, October 4th, 2019, our running Royals traveled to the Palos Verdes Peninsula to run one of the hardest cross country courses in the state against some of the top runners in California.
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