What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.

  • Innovation Lab: Wind Turbines!

    Students learned how to transform wind energy into electrical energy by building their own miniature wind turbines and measuring the electrical current they produce. By testing and refining their models, students were also able to study how design and position affect electrical energy production. A simple hobby motor and LED lightbulb were provided but students were challenged to build their turbines out of everyday products and waste.
  • Innovation Lab Endothermic Reaction Applications

    Sophomores in Chemistry Honors came up with some very creative ideas for "keeping something cold." The open-ended challenge to harness the reaction of baking soda, citric acid, and water resulted in designs for organ transport, migraine headache treatment, historical document preservation, personal comfort in a hot car, and body-cooling clothing.  Design thinking allowed them to focus their prototypes based on empathy and ideation to best solve a problem.
  • Louisville Seniors walk the runway at the 2022 Fashion Show.

    2022 Spring Luncheon & Fashion Show

    The 56th annual Spring Luncheon & Fashion Show was held on March 20th, and we’re still smiling from the day. The theme of the show this year was, "Make Your Mark," which, in addition to echoing the ASB’s theme for the school year, it also reflected the difference our seniors are making and will make in the world.
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  • Focus Program STEM Guest Speaker Ashraf Farassati '10

    Our STEM cohort met with Principal Process Engineer Ashraf Farassati '10 who works at Edwards Lifesciences. Ashraf has been involved in many informational interviews with our STEM students and shared some broad insights into the engineering field. Read more...
  • Shrek, the Musical

    Shrek Comes to Louisville!

    Fairy tale life isn't all it's cracked up to be! Shrek, The Musical, tells the tale of an ogre who learns how to open himself up to friendship, love, and adventure...and that fairy tales should really be updated.   Fun for the whole family ages 6 and up.  Click here for tickets.
  • Photography Field Trip to the Getty Museum

    On March 9 Louisville’s photography classes went to the Getty Museum. Due to the pandemic, the Getty had not allowed field trips for nearly two years. We were honored to be the first field trip back from the extended closure on a self-guided tour basis. Ms. Dupuy served as a docent for the morning at the Imogen Cunningham retrospective exhibit and Mr. Boyd came along as a chaperone ...read more!
  • Finance Workshops - Focus Program

    Seniors in the Focus Program are participating in a series of three Financial Workshops, hosted by Equifax Account Executive Brian Flynn. As they graduate and become more financially independent, seniors will practice the skills they learned about banking and budgeting,  paying bills, borrowing money, and monitoring their credit. The third workshop this week will introduce stocks and investing - improving their understanding of how markets work and how they can invest in their future.
  • Camp Louisville

    Registration for Camp Louisville is now open! All rising 5th-8th grade girls and boys can sign up for any of our weeklong day camps, featuring sessions on Cultural Exploration, Leadership STEM, and Creativity. With activities focusing on enrichment and entertainment, your camper is sure to have a fun summer at Camp Louisville. So, check out www.louisvillehs.org/camplouisville and register your camper now for Camp Louisville, where kids find their roar. 
  • Biodiversity and Water Collection Challenges in Innovation Lab

    Students in Ms. Mead's Earth Science and Environmental Science classes took on some big challenges in the Innovation Lab. Applying "design thinking" in small groups, they created prototypes of water collection devices and objects that encourage biodiversity on campus.
  • Middle School Sports Clinics

    Click for information on our Sports Clinics for middle school girls! Clinics will include Volleyball, Golf, Tennis, Basketball, and Softball. These clinics are designed for beginner to intermediate levels. We will learn technical skills and the fundamentals of play. There will be about 50/50 focus of skill work/play with each clinic reviewing previous sessions and teaching a new grouping of skills.
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