Congratulations to Juju Watkins, the 2020 SportsKid of the Year!
In November the Theater Area held the second of their Artists in Conversation series'.
7th Grade students study injustice in Introduction to United States Government class.
41 new members were inducted into the French, Mandarin, and Spanish honor societies.
This year students have received to-go kits for their Science, Robotics, and Art classes, allowing hands-on learning to continue at home!
Middle School debate began their new season with a strong debut performance at the New Roads Debate Tournament!
In October, the Windward Theater Area hosted an all community panel as part of its Artists In Conversation: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion series.
Windward Sophomores Isis Ginyard and Justine Ludden created and ran their own Virtual Coding Crash Course for Middle School Students!
Middle School Service Learning kicked off their year by making blankets for families in need with Stepping Forward LA.
Read on to see which teams were recognized!
W!T's Senior members took part in a fully improvised mockumentary short!
Windward's Chromatics came together to perform a virtual performance of “Esto Les Digo.”
Puppeteer Brian Jones joined our 7th Grade Acting Core for a fun virtual exercise.
Check out this great musical rendition courtesy of Beginning Band!
Students in AP Comparative Government had the opportunity to speak with Wes Streeting, British Member of Parliament.
Check out this great collection of works from our Honors Advanced Theater Ensemble.
A host of talented performers delighted audiences at Windward's first ever Virtual Arts Night.
Our Middle School Service Learning Program hosted its final event of the school year, participating in a remote presentation and discussion with our community partner PATH (People Assisting the Homeless).
Windward Media Arts & Film Lab students were treated to a fireside digital chat with Creative Executive Neale Hemrajani of Annapurna Interactive.
Theater students brought to life their own puppet characters in a fun creative exercise.
Windward parent Shawn Levy spoke to Windward's Honors Advanced Theater Ensemble on his background, process, and career as a director and producer.
Congratulations to our Spring scholar-athletes for signing their commitment letters!
Windward Speech and Debate had another stellar showing at the West LA National Qualifying Tournament on April 26.
Students in AP English Language took part in a wide-ranging virtual panel with The Guibord Center of Los Angeles.
Recording their own parts solo, Honors Advanced Jazz Ensemble "A" virtually came together to record a fun sample track!
Windward students were surprised with a virtual visit from former classmate and Windward alum Naomi Rubin '19.
The CREATE Studio has made and distributed 40 3D-printed face shields, with additional face masks on the way!
Windward Freshman Jaden A. started a food drive dedicated to helping students from low income families.
Congratulations to Juju Watkins '23 for her remarkable achievement!
Even with our recent move to a remote model, learning didn't skip a beat thanks to the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Windward Sohphomore named Gold Medal National Winner for SoCal shot.
Windward 7th Grader Taryn O. shares her safe hand washing instructional video and site, Join Amani.
The Power to the People! festival will feature Windward Senior Rylan Pozniak Daniels' original composition, "The Wobble".
Windward Freshman appears on CBS Los Angeles to discuss GovLearn.org and youth in politics.
Boys Varsity Basketball wins the CIF Southern Section Division I Championship!
On Tuesday, Feb. 25, Windward’s Global Scholars and Global Studies students had the opportunity to participate in a unique conversation between Holocaust survivor Erika Jacoby and Ursula Martens, a former child member of the Hitler Youth.
Our Middle School Debate team took home top honors at the Westside Neighborhood School Debate Tournament.
8th Grade Science students present their Coding in Earth Science Projects at Exhibit Showcase.
Windward alum Elyse Forman '19 was named the District Winner for The Cum Laude Society Paper—2019 for her research paper written in her Honors History Capstone.
Honors Physics studies kinematics in research activity on The Bridge.
Windward Global Scholars and Spanish Honors Society students spent a fun-filled day hosting a visiting Peruvian delegation.
In November, 174 of Windward’s Middle School students challenged themselves by taking part in the American Mathematics Contest 8! And now, the results are in!
Congrats Wildcats! Varsity 8-Man Football Wins Division 1 CIF-SS Championship
Students pitched their 3D-printed innovations as part of their Making and Engineering design class.
Our Middle School scholar-athletes excelled in multiple sports as their strong Fall season comes to a close.
Windward Debate continued their way with words at the Claremont Invitational.
Guest speakers and a museum visit help Windward 8th Graders to find their LA roots.
Windward Debate kicked off its season at the Western Bay Forensics League Tournament.
Students and parents came together for the first Middle School Service Learning event of the year.
The Omnicats are prepared for league play following a strong showing at the High Desert League VEX Scrimmage.
Our expanded Middle School Service Learning Program kicks off with its first event September 19.
Windward would like to congratulate Leila Williams ‘20, who recently took the top prize at the New Century Dance Project choreographic showcase in Salt Lake City, Utah!
In 2018-19, Windward History Teachers JP deGuzman and Dahlia Setiyawan introduced a new pilot class to the curriculum titled The U.S. in the World. To highlight this example of Windward's ever-expanding curriculum and advanced pedagogy, we sat down with JP and Dahlia to get their thoughts on the program's first year.
Windward Summer Camps enjoyed their best year yet with offerings in art, academics, and athletics.
Our 2019-20 Global Program took students to Vietnam for a trip filled with history, culture, and service.