IRVINE, Calif. — On Saturday afternoon the Louisville Royals Softball Team defeated No. 1 Torrance High School in the CIF Southern Section Division 5 title game 5-1. Sophomore Grace Luderer led the No. 8 seeded Royals with nine strikeouts and only two hits. Read more...
Come to Louisville’s Fine Arts Festival on Sunday, May 19. The Festival is our annual showcase of both visual and performing arts students. Doors open at 3:30 PM for viewing the visual art display. At 4:45, Drama I and II will perform skits on stage, and at 6:00 the Upstairs Pavilion will open for a classical recital. Enjoy all the creativity Louisville students work so hard to develop!
ENCINO, Calif. - Louisville High School has reached the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Softball Tournament. Last Thursday 5/9/19, the eighth-seeded Louisville Royals (14-9) upset the number two seeded, Grace Brethren 1-0 in the Division 5 quarterfinals.
Last week, our Robotics Team & a few STEM Focus Program girls took a field trip to USC to learn about the ins and outs of Robots creation through drafting, design, and execution. The girls learned that there are many different aspects to creating Robots as well as them being used for different purposes and functionality. One of the highlights of the day was interacting with a Robot called “Denise” that looked and resembled EVE from WALL-E. Denise was able to follow you around and communicate through various sounds. Hopefully, future groups of Louisville girls can experience this fun day at USC.
On Saturday, March 30, four Focus Program students with an interest in animal and veterinary sciences spent the day shadowing alumna Elizabeth Cullip MacInnes ’03. Ellie is on the Animal Care Team at the Santa Barbara Zoo. She organized a VIP day for our students, giving them a taste of what it’s like to work with animals in a zoo setting... … read more!
Louisville’s Law and Social Justice Focus Program found themselves sitting in on a murder trial Tuesday morning at the busy Ventura County Courthouse. It was an exciting part of a day hosted by Deputy Public Defender and Louisville Mom Andrea Neumann, who provided our students with some eye-opening and insightful experiences. Louisville alumna Judge Patricia Murphy ’80 spoke with the girls in her high-security courtroom where she presides over sentencings for violent criminal offenders. She shared her educational and career path to becoming a judge in a way that was very inspirational. The murder trial...
Our first Day of Giving was a huge success! We received over 350 gifts which secured our $25,000 Challenge Gift! Thank you to the many families who generously donated to the Louisville Fund. Your support of our mission is a wonderful blessing. We are hoping to achieve 100% parent participation by the end of the year so if you haven’t made a gift yet, click here to make a gift. We are grateful for the many ways you show your Louisville Love! Please take a moment to view a thank you messagefrom our students.
Don't miss Louisville's 2019 Spring Musical! “CURTAINS” is the murder mystery musical which was the last collaboration of Kander and Ebb, the creators of “Cabaret” and “Chicago”. The musical runs from Friday, April 5 through Saturday, April 13. Read more for showtimes and a synopsis, and to PURCHASE TICKETS
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.