This Week's Headlines

  • Former NAIS President considers the future of education with MHS faculty and staff

    Educator and former President of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Pat Bassett, spent the morning of September 12th inspiring Marymount faculty and staff with musings on the future of education.  Mr. Bassett’s main focus was on the important role that we, as independent school educators, can and must play in the ‘Big Shift’ that  the education sector is currently experiencing.  Mr. Bassett observes that we’ve experienced what he calls the ‘Third Great American Revolution,’ challenging us to join along with the next generation of innovators, creators and learners.  
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  • Introducing the HIGH Cs!

    We are excited to announce that Marymount has a new a capella ensemble! The High Cs will perform at on-campus and off-campus events throughout the year. Their repertoire will include a wide range of genres, including popular, musical theater and jazz styles, as well as both sacred and secular selections.  Stay tuned for information about their first public performance!
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  • Ayanna Neal '17 works to restore LAX Coastal Sand Dunes

    For the past several months, Marymount sophomore Ayanna Neal has been working toward winning the Girl Scout Gold Award - the highest and most prestigious one conferred by the organization. To earn this Leadership Award, Ayanna is supervising the restoration of a section in the LAX Coastal Dunes through the LAX Adopt-a-Dune program.  
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  • Meet Marymount Faculty: Dr. Daniel Koh

    Dr. Daniel Koh is the Director of Choral Activities and Performing Arts Department Chair at Marymount High School in Los Angeles, where he directs all of the choral ensembles and teaches music theory. 
    Recently, we asked Dr. Koh to answer some 'getting to know you' questions. Click the link below to read what we learned.
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  • Soccer Phenom Brooke Redington '17 Selected for US National U-17 Team

    Brooke Redington has been selected to play on the US National U-17 Soccer Team.  On Monday, August 25, Brooke boarded a plane bound for South Korea where she and her teammates will spend two weeks gearing up for the U-17 World Cup in 2016.
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    • Emotional Intelligence

      Jacqueline Landry on Emotional Intelligence