Webb students work hard, and the great variety of extracurricular activities available means that each student often spends a lot of time in different pursuits than many of his or her classmates. That's why Webb has a long tradition of community-wide special events that bring students together to blow off steam, showcase their creativity, and have a good time.
All special events have faculty supervisors, but the students themselves select the tone and set the theme. Some popular campus-wide events include:
Theme Week: A week-long series of spirit competitions between classes, based around a common theme selected by the Associated Student Body (ASB), Webb's student government. Each class receives points for creativity, skill, and participation, encouraging everyone to take part.
LA Times:This event celebrates the journey to the most culturally and ethnically diverse city in the United States: Los Angeles.
Webb Day: A two-day festival of food, games, and Olympic-style competitions allowing students to match wits and reflexes in everything from ping pong to trivia contests.
New events are added all the time. One popular recent addition is the Webb Winterfest: hauling in 10 tons of snow to allow students to enjoy sledding and snowball fights in the temperate California winter.
Most special events are organized and run by the ASB, providing more opportunities for students to take on leadership roles -- and make their own contributions to Webb's traditions and legacy.
Webb has a long tradition of community-wide special events that bring students together to relax, showcase their creativity, and have fun.