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The Boiling Point

Shalhevet news online: When we know it, you'll know it

The Boiling Point

TEST: The Fairness Committee ruled that if more than 10 boys are caught out of dress code before the end of the school year, jeans and long sleeves will not be allowed next school year
EDITORIAL: In dress code controversy, who should decide?
May 27, 2021
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Area synagogues try to stay spiritual while managing pandemic policies for a second High Holiday season
Firehawk boys, girls flag football teams trounce YULA in first games since 2019
Administration announces vaccine mandate for students 16 and up
Two members of Shalhevet student support team do not return
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READY: Appearing finished on Sept. 13, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is at the northeast corner of Fairfax Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard, just two blocks north of school. Its eye-catching, multi-story sphere is just behind the main building, visible from Fairfax and also from LACMA to the east.
Vacation plan: How about a museum?
September 17, 2021

LA museums are open, and if you’re willing to wear a mask, you can see LACMA, the Petersen Automotive...

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PRESENTATION: The  crowd at Bonita Vista High School in Chula Vista crowd looks on as  Coach Ryan Coleman accepts the runner-up plaque from the home team’s athletic director.
‘A lot of emotion on this team’ -- Coach Ryan reflects on a season of records and heartbreak for boys basketball
By Benjamin Gamson, Editor-in-Chief • September 6, 2021

When Shalhevet lost to the Marina Vikings in the CIF Southern Section Division 3A semi-finals on June 4, most people thought the Firehawks’ basketball season was over.  But it wasn't.  Because they’d made it all the way to the finals in the Southern Section playoffs, Shalhevet’s boys varsity team was automatically entered into the race for the state championship -- or, in the case...

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BOARDS:  Members of the Shalhevet Surf Club, along with Judaic Studies teacher Dr. Shiela Keiter, met several times during the summer and plan to continue in the 2021-22 school year.
They are, from left, Dr. Keiter,  Adam Hertzberg, Akiva Rubin, Lippe Popack and Gabriella Bentolila.
Surf’s up and cowabunga, quarantine saw many more students and faculty catching the waves
By Elliot Serure, Staff Writer • September 1, 2021

During the pandemic, new and established Shalhevet surfers found themselves zooming through frigid California waves at the crack of dawn, before returning to their computers to Zoom into class.  With the late starts that came with the Covid last year, many Shalhevet students went surfing, some even riding waves for a few hours before first period. “I would probably have started surfing,...

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