This Week's Headlines

List of 5 news stories.

  • L to R: Ms. Bathker and Mrs. Whittell

    Get to Know Our New STEAM Co-Coordinators – Julie Whittell & Kim Bathker, Part 1

    Julie Whittell and Kim Bathker, both longtime and beloved members of our faculty, have now taken on an additional important role as STEAM Co-Coordinators this year. Since the beginning of the 2016-17 school year, they have been spearheading our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Program, which is inspiring our budding engineers, designers and problem-solvers through cross-disciplinary learning. 
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  • UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Women’s “Velocity” Leadership Conference Inspires Marymount Student Leaders

    At Marymount, we seek to educate and empower young women with the confidence, skills and knowledge needed so that they may flourish into ethical leaders for the greater good. To that end, we are constantly seeking opportunities for our students to hear from, and talk to, successful women, who make it their life’s journey to empower future generations of female leaders.
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  • First Semester Physics Final Culminates in Impressive Projects

    Marymount’s Dining Hall was buzzing, quite literally, with the magic of science this past Monday, January 23rd. Students from our Physics classes came together to present their wide array of creative projects alongside their acquired depth of knowledge around foundational physics concepts and principles. Engaging in extensive research and bringing theoretical concepts to life through their final projects, our girls followed the Engineering Design Cycle that is central to Marymount’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Arts) Curriculum. This process enabled every student to gain hands-on experience in our Makerspace, using large-format printers, 3D printers, and building materials to create a one-of-a-kind experiment.

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  • Hyewon L., ‘17 Selected For National College Match

    We are incredibly proud to announce that our very own Hyewon L., ’17, has been selected from thousands of applicants as a QuestBridge Scholar this year. The QuestBridge National College Match program, which partners with top-tier universities and colleges to provide the highest level of education to the nation’s most promising students, saw the same level of hard work, grit, intelligence and humor that Hyewon has shown at Marymount each day. Chosen from a competitive pool of nearly 15,000 applicants, Hyewon will attend the University of Pennsylvania after being admitted as an Early Decision applicant this past fall.

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  • 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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