The Boiling Point

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The Boiling Point is the student-produced newspaper of Shalhevet High School and is published in print at least four times per year. Unsigned editorials  represent the majority view of the members of the Editorial Board, which consists of the Editor-in-Chief, Deputy Editor, Managing Editor, Web Editor-in-Chief, Community Editor, Opinion Editor, and the Faculty Adviser. 

To read our policy on use of anonymous sources, please click here.

To read our staff conflict of interest policy, please click here.

To read our policy on courtesy titles, please click here.

The Boiling Point welcomes submissions of signed editorials from members of the Shalhevet Community, but the final decision regarding printing of such editorials is reserved for the Editorial Board.

Letters to the Editor may be submitted via e-mail to [email protected]. The Boiling Point reserves the right to edit letters and opinion submissions and all submissions become the property of The Boiling Point.

Signed editorials and advertisements in the Boiling Point purchased by third-party organizations do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Editorial Board or the Boiling Point as a whole.

Inquiries regarding the purchase of advertisements may be directed to Advertising Editor Jonathan Fishman, at [email protected]

Shalhevet High School is located at 910 South Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90036.

Articles from the Boiling Point published on Best of SNO

Boiling Point profiled in Jewish Home of Los Angeles on receiving fifth consecutive CSPA Gold Crown Award.

Boiling Point profiled in Jewish Journal on nomination for Pacemaker Award 

Jewish Journal highlights Jaclyn Kellner ’11 and her work for The Boiling Point 

Jewish Journal highlights Leila Miller for work with Muslim teens

Jewish Journal’s David Suissa says BP shows why print journalism should survive

Leila Miller profiled in Jewish Journal

The Jewish Journal on Rachel Lester’s election to the SoRo Neighborhood Council

The Los Angeles Times on sophomore Rachel Lester’s election to the South Robertson Neighborhood Council

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