The Boiling Point

Shalhevet debaters invited to Boston to advise new model US Senate program

Shalhevet debaters invited to Boston to advise new model US Senate program

October 4, 2013

Four debaters from Shalhevet’s Model Congress team have been invited to beta-test a new Model Senate program being developed at the University of Mass...

New tech classes draw 27 students after school

New tech classes draw 27 students after school

October 4, 2013

Believe it or not, 4:20 dismissal is apparently too early for 27 freshmen and sophomores.  They’ve signed up for Shalhevet’s new Sci-Tech-Engineering course, ...

Newt Gingrich tells BP that for Israel, in a tough neighborhood, ‘survival is victory’

Newt Gingrich tells BP that for Israel, in a tough neighborhood, ‘survival is victory’

October 2, 2013

Former Speaker of the House and presidential candidate Newt Gingrich says that survival, not peace, is what Israel should strive for, because of the nat...

Reb Noam Weissman becomes overall principal in administrative reshuffle; department chair positions are removed

Reb Noam Weissman becomes overall principal in administrative reshuffle; department chair positions are removed

October 1, 2013

Shalhevet’s administration has realigned job positions, titles and responsibilities this fall, matching its building makeover with a reshuffling of top a...

Quarterbacks shine in debut games as both Flag Football teams fall to LA Adventist

Quarterbacks shine in debut games as both Flag Football teams fall to LA Adventist

September 18, 2013

In spite of great passing, speed, and powerful defense, the Shalhevet Boys and Girls Flag Football teams both fell short against L.A. Adventist Eagles in ...

Ellenhorn, Merritt, Kligerman elected Just Community chairs

Ellenhorn, Merritt, Kligerman elected Just Community chairs

September 16, 2013

Hannah-Leeba Ellenhorn was elected chair of the Agenda Committee, while Yan Kligerman and Paul Merritt became co-chairs of Fairness, in the first finali...

City zoning official approves building plans, but neighborhood group may still appeal

City zoning official approves building plans, but neighborhood group may still appeal

September 12, 2013

A key city zoning administrator has promised to approve Shalhevet’s  building plans, meaning that construction could begin in October if no appeal is...

In newest Advisory program, each grade is unique

In newest Advisory program, each grade is unique

September 10, 2013

What will happen when Shalhevet trades in the traditional cooking, chatting and art project advisory for an hour-long class of study skills or learning? This...

BP POLL: What do you think about when you hear the shofar?

BP POLL: What do you think about when you hear the shofar?

September 9, 2013

A shofar is a ram’s horn that has a lot of history, dating back even to the time of Abraham. It can symbolize the cries of pain of the Jewish nation,...

BP POLL: What do you think about when you hear the blasts of the shofar?

BP POLL: What do you think about when you hear the blasts of the shofar?

September 9, 2013

By Max Helfand, Staff Writer; Laly Chriki, 10th grade; and Alec Fields, 9th grade   Freshmen   Nicole Miles: “That everybody’s sicknesses wil...

Fighting the year’s holiday schedule, Girls Flag Football team scores a second winning season

Fighting the year’s holiday schedule, Girls Flag Football team scores a second winning season

June 25, 2013

As the school year came to a close, one thing did not: the girls Flag Football team continued to play even through finals week. The team played three...

‘Nashville Nights’ bids a memorable farewell to stars of the very talented class of ‘13

‘Nashville Nights’ bids a memorable farewell to stars of the very talented class of ‘13

June 23, 2013

It really doesn’t matter how you classified Shalhevet’s latest production, because it proved one thing for sure:  Shalhevet’s got talent. Nashville Ni...