Nominations for the 2017 Alumni Awards are now being accepted! These awards represent the highest distinction that can be bestowed on an alumnus/a of The Webb Schools. Recipients are alumni who have distinguished themselves through exemplary achievements in 1) service to The Webb Schools or Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, 2) service to the community, or 3) outstanding achievement in their chosen profession or field. Past recipients include: museum trustee Dick Lynas '55, former trustee Dodd Fischer '61, Beachbody CEO Jon Congdon '81 and educator Micol Issa '05 to name a few.
The three categories are: Colborn Distinguished Service Award - recognizing exemplary service to Webb or Alf Museum Alumni Outstanding Achievement Award - recognizing outstanding professional achievement Young Alumni Rising Star Award - recognizing outstanding young alumnus/a of the past 15 years
Recipients will exemplify one or more core principles of Webb's mission: • Thinks boldly, mindfully, and creatively • Acts with honor and moral courage • Leads with distinction • Serves with a generous spirit
All members of the Webb community are invited to submit a nomination. Read More
The submission deadline is July 15, 2017. Special consideration will be given to alumni in a reunion year (1947, 1952, 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012). If you have any questions, please contact Laura Wensley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 482-5277.
Sponsored by the Robert ’53 and MeiLi Hefner Foundation and offered here at Webb to two current students, The Hefner Initiative aims to foster a close and positive relationship between the people of China and the US. This extraordinary 12-day summer program includes travel this year to Beijing and Suzhou—allowing for living/learning opportunities with host students and families.
Shyam Arya '18 and Ellie Canty '18 have been accepted to present a poster at the National American Chemical Society conference in New Orleans in March 2019--an extremely rare honor for high school students.
It’s November 2nd and the College Guidance office is quiet this morning—nothing like the last few days when countless numbers of panicked seniors were popping in to get their essays looked at one last time before pressing “submit.”