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Other member schools include Groton, Harvard-Westlake School, and Eton College (UK).
since December 1999; Osborne is also a director for the LA Police Memorial Foundation since March 1999; Harvard-Westlake School since August 2002; and Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund since November 2007.
For the study, researchers asked middle and high school athletes (grades 7 to 12) enrolled at the Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, Calif.
will discuss the plans by Harvard-Westlake School to upgrade the baseball facilities at Franklin Field, in a proposal that has stirred anger and concern from a group of neighboring residents.
The Dalton School, Harvard-Westlake School, The Kinkaid School, Phillips Exeter Academy, and The Taft School are among the approximately 200 independent schools that have participated in past Summer Institutes.
Mesdag also serves on the boards of the Pacific Council on International Policy, the California Institute of the Arts and the Harvard-Westlake School and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The winners include Michael Harris, a student at North Hollywood High, who won "Best Petitioner" at the National Moot Court Competition; Danielle Kolin and Melissa Saphier, students at Harvard-Westlake School, first-place winners of the Duke University International Moot Court Competition; and Sean Oh and Robert Ward, students at North Hollywood High, who received perfect scores on their SAT exams.
I wanted to dance with the company before I graduate," said the student of Harvard-Westlake School, a prestigious institution in North Hollywood.