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Dr. Mark Dzula shares his thoughts on how he's made the Fawcett Library a hub of activity and thought in the summer months via a Knowledge Quest blog.
The summer issue of Independent School magazine is themed “Access and Affordability in an Age of Growing Inequity” and includes two features centered on senior administrators at The Webb Schools.
As Stanford and Webb educators agree, a Humanities education is a central and enduring piece of a liberal arts education, necessary for all students, whether they will become doctors, engineers, or poets.
During a recent peccary trip, a partial skeleton of a rare flying reptile, known as pterosaur, was found in southern Utah. Staff and students from the Alf Museum will return to the fossil-rich Cripe Site to continue the excavation this summer.
Over 150 alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends gathered on May 21 to bid farewell to four special members of the Webb community: Brian Ogden, Susan Lacroix and Leo & Stevie Marshall.
Last year the Vivian Webb softball team made school history with their first League Championship since 1993. The team made history again this week by winning a League Championship two years in a row!
The Peccary Society enjoyed another successful Barstow adventure. Alumni came from as far as Hawaii, Portland, Salt Lake City, and New York to partake in this exciting and fun annual weekend gathering.
Spring sports, musicals, and academics have us all working hard. What has it been like on campus? Come see the latest gallery and find out.
The Alumni Council hosted the annual Senior Dinner on April 27, in honor of the Class of 2016. Members of the Alumni Council and President Rahmi Mowjood '90 were on hand to enthusiastically welcome the future graduates into the Webb alumni community.
“Something familiar, something peculiar, something for everyone…” The opening song of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum tells the audience exactly what’s in store: Pure Comedy.
Wet clay facilitates both original creations, as well as the reworking of the old into something new. Life itself, the nature of which is constant change, depends upon this flexibility.
Webb's graduating Class of 2016 is one of the strongest in recent history and colleges took notice! The class had amazing early admission results back in December, and now these closing admission results are equally impressive. 100% of the class has been admitted to college and the vast majority of the class has been admitted to multiple four-year selective colleges and universities.
The annual tradition of Webb Days, a competition between class years, was this past weekend. Presented without comment, here is the full set of photos.
On Saturday, June 4th, The Webb Schools will graduate the Class of 2016. This year's commencement speakers are Julia Marciari-Alexander '85 and Col. John Rogers '59.
Webb's newly expanded elective courses are structured to give students opportunities to follow their passions and interests, and to go beyond passively learning about a subject, to actively creating new learning for themselves.
Wendy Maxon says the part of her teaching job at Webb that she enjoys most is really getting to know her students and fellow teachers as individuals.
The Week presents a unique glimpse into life at Webb through a photojournal of events both on and off campus. For the shortest month on the calendar, February certainly has a jam-packed schedule. From Webb Idol to CIF playoffs to special guest lecturers, Webb is full of action. Come see the latest from campus!
The Alf Museum’s news-making discovery, Dinosaur Joe, will go on tour to three Japanese museums over the next year, beginning March 2016. As one of the centerpiece fossils at The Dinosaur Expo, this is Joe’s international debut.
The talented spectrum of Webb's student body was on display during the LA Times Art District cultural show. Student-choreographed dances and performances made for a very special evening of celebration and jubilee, so come dive into the gallery and see all the fun!
Through a vibrant residential program, we’ll be able to fully immerse all of our junior high school students in the joys of discovery and in all that Southern California has to offer.