Riverside, Calif. - Freshman diver Hayden Henderson gave a medal-winning performance at the CIF-Southern Section Diving Championships on Monday May 7th. Competing on both the one-meter and three-meter boards, Henderson placed fourth in Division III and sixteenth over all four divisions.
Carpinteria, Calif. - On Saturday, 5/13, the Louisville High School Track & Field Team had four athletes compete in five events at the Division IV California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Prelims at Carpinteria High School. The competition was extremely tough with only the top nine competitors from each event advancing to finals Saturday, 5/19, at El Camino College.
Los Angeles, Calif. - Louisville’s Swim & Dive Team crushed the competition during the Sunshine League finals last week at John C. Argue Swim Stadium. The varsity team took home fourth place and the junior varsity team snagged the second place medal. Overall, the Royals delivered outstanding performances in the pool.
By Ronnie Nickols '19, Staff Writer Louisville's annual Dance Concert themed “The Greatest Show” dazzled the audience as students showcased their talents in a wide variety of class and independent performances.
By Ronnie Nickols '19, Staff Writer Six members of Louisville’s Model UN team competed in the rigorous form of a mock UN Security Council on the pressing issues of the Rohingya Muslim oppression in Myanmar and the Houthi rebel uprising in Yemen. The team placed second overall at the conference and brought home the outstanding delegation trophy!
By Ronnie Nickols '19, Staff Writer On the 24th and 25th of March, two members of Louisville’s Model United Nations team competed at the University of Southern California representing Panama and Uganda in their first university conference. Marie Ardy '20 and Ronnie Nickols '19 achieved very high scores under the committee of First DISEC, with the topics of violent non-state actors and worldwide disarmament.
By Kate Allen '18, Staff Writer The Fourth Annual All Girls Robotics Tournament was a great success due to the excellent teamwork of the Royal Robotrons. The Robotics team made Louisville proud and put their engineering skills into action as they competed against middle school and high school girls’ robotics teams at La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks.
Our four Focus Program cohorts enjoyed a variety of trips this year. Each interesting day gave students a look at the world beyond high school – and an opportunity to imagine themselves working in these interesting fields. Click for details!
The 2018 career fair was a huge success! The fair drew just under 40 participants from various occupational backgrounds and experiences. This year, the career fair hosted several doctors, small business owners, professionals in fashion, a female firefighter, a marriage and family therapist, actors, directors and many more. Louisville was also lucky enough to have 3 female FBI employees, which was a favorite among the girls.
Encino, Calif. - The Louisville Track and Field Team competed in their first official league meet of the season against Alemany High School at Crespi on Wednesday. The competition was very strong. Alemany’s varsity team defeated the Royals 105 to 26. On the junior varsity side, the Royals pulled out a win to beat Alemany 41 to 36. The Royals posted 18 personal records and 12 seasonal best performances during the competition
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.