What's Happening at Louisville?

List of 10 news stories.

  • Louisville Sisters Shelter LA Daily News Columnist During Woolsey Fire

    Dennis McCarthy and his wife shared special nights together at the Louisville Convent dinner table – a much needed respite from the devastation going on only a few miles away. (photo by Andy Holzman)  Read McCarthy's article about their experience with the Sisters of St. Louis.
  • Mock Trial Team Reaches Quarterfinals

    By Isabella Azarloza '19
    At the height of the fall semester, seniors on the Mock Trial team study, rehearse and head to court to represent our school in an eloquent and educated manner. Louisville’s Mock Trial program was created to help students acquire knowledge of our judicial system, develop analytical abilities and communication skills, and gain an understanding of their responsibilities as participating members of our society fighting for social justice. Louisville's All-Girl Mock Trial Team has a successful year, finishing as quarter-finalists in the Los Angeles County Mock Trial competition.
  • Field of Dreams

    Last spring, the Louisville softball team celebrated the opening of a new home field! Louisville took control of field #2 at Encino Franklin Fields and remodeled the field to make it truly a home field for our players and their fans. This renovation included the addition of our Louisville blue and gold colors and branding throughout the field, especially on the new scoreboard. This field will remain Louisville’s home softball field for at least the next ten years and possibly beyond. Our softball team competes in the spring and we hope that you can join us this year at our new home field to cheer our team on to victory.
  • Focus Program Speakers Provide Valuable Career Insights

    This October we hosted guest speakers for all four Focus Program cohorts. Click to read about our visiting LA City Attorney, FIDM Representative, USC Cancer Researcher and Disney/ABC Director...
  • Cross Country Headed to C.I.F.

    La Crescenta, Calif. – The Louisville Cross Country Team competed on Wednesday, 10/31/18, in the Mission League Cross Country Finals at Crescenta Valley Park. The Royals snagged third place, which qualified them to advance to C.I.F. Prelims on November 10 in Riverside. Everyone on the team stepped up and competed fearlessly over the 3-mile course against Harvard-Westlake, Immaculate Heart, Marymount, and Marlborough High School. 
  • "Under Milk Wood" Brings Welsh Village to Life

    By Teresa Contino '19, Staff Writer
    The marvelous Louisville production of Under Milk Wood gave audiences a treat.  Based on Welsh poet Dylan Thomas' 1954 radio drama, the delightful Under Milk Wood follows the day of peculiar people and ghosts in a small Welsh fishing village known as "Llareggub". 
  • Records Broken at City of Angels Invite

    Los Angeles, Calif. - The Louisville Cross Country team competed on Friday evening in the City of Angels Invitational at the Los Angeles State Historical Park. The varsity squad placed fourth overall out of eleven teams. Individually, three athletes set new personal records, two athletes ran seasonal best performances, and five athletes medaled.
  • Focus Program STEM Students Tour MSMU’s Physical Therapy School

    In order to educate our STEM students to the broad career opportunities in physical therapy, we visited the Doctor of Physical Therapy School at Mount Saint Mary’s University. Second and third-year grad students engaged our juniors and seniors in both in-patient and out-patient experiences. We even observed an anatomy lab in progress...
  • 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.