What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.

  • Royals Athletics Getting Back to Action

    The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) has realigned the sports for 2020-21 and the Royals are getting back into action.
  • Student will not appear on stage together in this fall production.

    The Show Must Go On: Fall Drama Goes Virtual

    How do you have a play with no stage, no actors, and no audience?
  • Louisville Invests in Innovation

    Ashley Alfonso, Emily Crosby, and Emily Mead teach mathematics, science, and visual arts and are the co-directors of the Louisville Innovation Lab—a collaborative workspace where students create with 3D printers, laser cutters, a plotter, sewing machines, large monitors with highly efficient computers and a drop-down green screen. Read more...
  • New Student Orientation

    On August 11, 2020, Louisville hosted its first-ever virtual New Student Orientation for incoming Freshman and transfer students. This fun event not only provided useful information to our incoming students but also gave them an opportunity to meet one another before the school year began.
  • Alumnae Panelists Share Career Experiences with Focus Program Juniors

    The final session of our Career Development Seminar included a panel of 4 Louisville alumnae who work in a wide variety of fields. Joining us were: Linda (Taylor) Florczyk ’85, Physical Therapist; Kristen (Costales) Mattie ’89, Director of Finance at Microsoft; Tricia (Montalvo) Timm '89, General Counsel and Executive Sponsor of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Looker (now Google); and Olivia Haas ’07, Senior Creative Lead and Video Producer at Job Portraits. Each panelist shared about her career journey and what lead them to the fulfilling jobs they hold today.  Read more…
  • Prayer for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Heavenly Father
    Open my eyes to …
    Peaceful things in life.
    Songs of peace.

    Seeds of understanding.
    Goodness in all people.
    The spirit of each human being I encounter today.
    Open my eyes to …
  • Career Development Seminar Kicks Off Focus Program

    Juniors will immerse themselves in a 3-session seminar as their first experience in the Focus Program. Our facilitator, Sheila Benko, will work with them over three weeks to develop their career readiness skills and study career assessment results. Sheila is a Louisville alumna and is Associate Director, Career Advising, at UCLA Anderson School of Business. We are blessed with many alumnae who support our Focus Program students!
  • Celebrating our Seniors: Turtle Crawl!

    Our graduates and their families celebrated by decorating their cars and participating in a campus parade. As they drove through the campus (multiple times) they honked horns and waved at their teachers, administrators and staff. Faculty cheered them on with giant fan faces of all the seniors. It was a happy way to come together at the end of a very unusual semester. 
  • Mother/Daughter Mass and Alumnae Induction

    In May the Louisville community celebrated our Mother/Daughter Mass and Picnic. The event is available for viewing at www.louisvillehs.org/livestream.  We ask you to share photos of your picnic with us at socialmedia@louisvillehs.org.  This is a special event for all of our families, and especially for our seniors as they will participate in their alumnae induction as part of the event. 
  • Festival of the Arts 2020

    Louisville High School's first ever VIRTUAL Festival of the Arts is now live, featuring AP Art, Computer Graphics, Media, Photography, 2D and 3D artwork. Please visit 2020festival.louisvillehs.org
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