This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • Inspiring Boldness Speaker Series, Featuring Deborah Borda, President and CEO of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

    At Marymount, we are always asking ourselves how we can better inspire our girls to reach for their dreams and be the change they hope to see in the world. Our most inspiring advice often comes from the bold, hard-working, and resilient women who speak to our community through our signature Inspiring Boldness Speaker Series.
     
    Like all of the impressive ladies in this speaker series, Deborah Borda serves as an inspiration to aspiring leaders everywhere. She has embraced her prestigious position as President and CEO of the LA Philharmonic with grace and authenticity, walking the line between fearless decision-maker and empathetic listener in the field of classical music.

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  • APCH Food Drive Provides Thanksgiving Meals for 600 Families

    Every year, Marymount joins our inspiring partner organization, A Place Called Home (APCH) in a food drive to provide hundreds of Thanksgiving meals to APCH families. This year, our food drive set Marymount records: we gave over 600 families the supplies needed to create an unforgettable Thanksgiving meal! With turkeys donated by another organization, Marymount’s contributions accounted for 80-90% of the other supplies given out to families. All members of the Marymount community were assigned specific food items and were tasked with reaching donation targets. This year, the Senior Class exceeded expectations and donated far more than the projected amount!
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  • A Standing Ovation For Marymount Players’ Fall Production, “Trunk Show, Packed With One-Act Plays!”

    This weekend, the Marymount Players’ Fall Production, “Trunk Show: Packed with One Act Plays!” came to life through the incredible talent and hard work of the over 30 students involved. From the actors to the stage crew and to the set designers, each member of the Marymount Players joined together to produce this playful, somber, and nonsensical creative feat.


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  • David Conley, MHS' new Choir Director and Music Teacher, is bringing exciting new traditions and a passion for choral conducting to the classroom this year.

    Get to Know our New Choir Director and Music Teacher, David Conley

    David Conley brings his immense passion and joy for teaching to the classroom as our newest Conservatory Arts Program (CAP) faculty member. As Marymount’s new Choir Director and Music Theory teacher, David has a love for all things choral and an impressive resume to boot. David is thrilled to be joining Marymount this year and to have the opportunity to share his love for music with our students. He sat down with us earlier this year to share a little about himself.

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  • DTSAC Competes in First Competition of the Year

    This past Saturday, October 21st, our Drama Teachers Association of Southern California (DTASC) Program competed in their first competition of the year.
     
    The ten talented Sailor actors performed 5-minute skits in three different groups for a panel of judges alongside 2,000 students from 81 high schools at the Varsity Festival held at James Monroe High School.
     
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