What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.

  • League Champions

    Congratulation to the varsity tennis team who defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart yesterday with a score of 13-5. Senior, Danni Baghdaian, swept singles by scores of 6-1, 6-2, 6-0. 
  • Royals Defeat Sailors on Senior Night

    Westlake Village, Calif. – The Louisville Royals Golf Team defeated the Marymount Sailors yesterday 225-237.  Match medalist, Justine Chou ‘19, shot her lowest round of the season (36) and made two birdies.  Sophomore, Brianna Reid, shot her best score of the season thus far, by ten strokes.  Freshman, Ava Browne, shot her best score with a clutch birdie on the ninth hole.  Sophomore, Charlotte Napolitano, shot a 58 and freshman Cassidy Serino tied her best score with a 45.
  • Under Milk Wood - Fall Drama Production - Opens October 26

    By Teresa Contino '19, Staff Writer
    Tickets are on-sale now for the marvelous Louisville production of Under Milk Wood.  Show times include October 26: 7:30 , October 27: 3pm, 7pm, and October 28: 4pm.  For the past three years, the fall dramas have seen sold-out audiences at each performance! Based on Welsh poet Dylan Thomas' 1954 radio drama, the delightful Under Milk Wood, the follows the day of peculiar people and ghosts in a small Welsh fishing village known as "Llareggub"...
  • Dig Pink Breast Cancer Fundraiser

    Tuesday, October 9th, Louisville’s volleyball teams hosted our annual “DIG PINK” fundraiser to help BEAT BREAST CANCER! All proceeds from the event were donated to The Side-Out Foundation, a group committed to the unification of the sport of volleyball and it’s alliance with the movement for breast cancer awareness, education, research, and patient support. TShirts, bake sale and a taco truck added to the fun. Thanks for your support!
  • Cross Country Competes at Central Park Invitational

    Huntington Beach, Calif. - On Saturday, 10/6/18, the Louisville Cross Country Team competed for the first time in the Central Park Invitational in Huntington Beach.  The three-mile course was challenging over grass, dirt, asphalt, and a very steep hill.  Seven runners represented Louisville in the girls varsity small school division.  
  • Spirit Week Fun for All!

    By Tess Buerge '19, Staff Writer
    This year's spirit week sparked intense class rivalry and intense fun! Read about all the week's activities and events like Royal Roar, costume days and a Pep Rally!
  • Cross Country Snags 4th Place

    La Crescenta, Calif. - On Wednesday, 9/26/18, the Louisville High School Cross Country Team competed in the first Mission League cluster meet at Crescenta Valley Park. This was their first time competing in the Mission League since 2013.  Coach Fullove said, “This league has the reputation of being one of the toughest in the entire CIF Southern Section and the Crescenta Valley course is one of the hardest.”  
  • Tennis Defeats Alemany

    CALABASAS, Calif. – The Louisville tennis team defeated Alemany 11-7 yesterday afternoon at Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center. Senior Danni Baghdaian fell to Alemany’s number one singles 3-6 and defeated their number two and three singles 6-0, 6-0. Freshman Lainey Beres loss to Alemany’s number one singles 2-6 and went on to defeat their number two and three singles 6-3, 6-0. Sophomore Alex Cohen fell to Alemany’s number one and two singles 1-6 and defeated their number three singles 6-1.
  • Louisville Golf Defeats Flintridge & Captures 5th Place

    Pasadena, Calif. –Senior, Justine Chou, led the Louisville High School golf team to victory over Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy yesterday. Chou ’19 was the match medalist with a shot of 46. Freshman Cassidy Serino shot a 55 as well as freshman, Ava Browne, who also shot her lowest round of the season. Rounding out the match was Senior Caitlyn Brahim, who shot a 59. Sophomore Charlotte Napolitano shot a 62 and sophomore Stella Rose shot a 72. The Royals had a combined score of 277, their lowest score as a team thus far.
  • Mother Daughter Boutique and Picnic - Special Day!

    By Nicole Norman '19, Staff Writer
    Picnic blankets scattered across the Senior Lawn, glamorous shopping in St. Louis Hall, and smiling faces everywhere you turn. This was the scene on the beautiful summer afternoon of the Mother Daughter Boutique on Wednesday, September 19. This annual event is a treasured event amongst Louisville students and their mothers.