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It doesn't take much to notice the beauty of our community - from the abstract of indoor climbing to the mastery of the Dance Company - Webb is full of art and artistry.
Without denying the utility of instant global texting, I believe that people want to explain themselves, which takes time both for the speaker or writer and for the listener or reader.
Dr. Jamila Everett joins The Webb Schools this July as Director of Admission and Financial Aid. With more than 16 years of selective admission experience at such leading institutions as Caltech, USC, and Pitzer College.
I’m excited to be teaching all students. Not just the ones who are going to be artists. I want each student to realize that they can have something in art that helps them understand themselves in an authentic way. --Christina Mesiti
Webb gave me a strong foundation and lifelong friendships, which I continue to draw on today. I feel honored to be asked to serve on the board and look forward to the work ahead. -- Michael Chang '92
The scene inside a FIRST Robotics Competition is a mix of pure adrenaline and comic ballyhoo. Everyone wears safety goggles in the event of a catastrophic robot malfunction where parts fly in every direction.
Retrospective galleries of photos are difficult to compile, but it was immediately clear from the outset that a gallery featuring friendships was the most natural theme from my 2015 photos.
The clock is ticking towards the application deadline for admission to The Webb Schools for the 2016-2017 academic year! Click here for a full schedule of Admission deadlines and upcoming events.
Congratulations to our 20 WSC and 21 VWS students who received All League honors for their outstanding athletic performance during the 2015-16 fall season. It was a great start to the year with four league titles and multiple CIF matches played.
A typical day may find Michael Kozden leading a debate session in Spanish or introducing Tai Chi and elements of calligraphy to Chinese language learners. He is fluent in three languages besides English including German, Spanish and Chinese; and he also practices Korean and French.
The Class of 2016 is off to an amazing start! Webb seniors have once again beaten the national odds and received acceptances from some of America’s best colleges and universities.
From Taylor and Anne Stockdale...
Brrrrr! Despite all the sunny weather, it's quite chilly in SoCal this December. Have no fear, though, Webbies know how to keep warm through friendship, charity, and good spirit. Come see the latest gallery!
What makes a good read? Personally, I like a book that commands attention with insight and wit, one that speaks to experience and opens horizons of possibility. But what makes a great read?
Girls’ Water Polo caps off an impressive start for the season with a dominant win against Montclair High School.
Between Halloween, a strong finish for four athletic teams, and the production of the fall play, there were lots of costumes, uniforms, and characters running around Webb. Come see for yourself...
Theater is challenging, political, it makes us think, and it’s treated as a serious thing at Webb, which is wonderful. --Stefanie Plumley
Peter and the Starcatcher runs November 5th-7th in the Liu/Cheung Theater at The Webb Schools. Click for ticket reservations and showtimes.
Lest anyone think debate is not a team sport, I say, hats off to the collaboration between old and new this past weekend as ten of thirty teams Webb fielded were newbies.
Alumni Weekend brought out all the smiles and fun this community is known for. But before all of the festivities, Webb had a lot of business to take of first - from golf to chemistry to 3D printing.