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Brentwood Eagles Boys Basketball defeated Burbank HS in an overtime nail-biter, winning the 2017 CIF Southern Section Championship title 55-54, last Friday, March 3. The team fought, scratched, and clawed, never giving up, thanks in large part to the close to 500 fans that made the trek to Azusa Pacific University on a Friday night to watch the most exciting basketball finish of all time. The Boys are the #5 seed in the CIF STATE SoCal Regional bracket. If you haven't heard about or seen the "shot heard 'round the world" yet, check it out...and view images from the game!

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by Dr. Suzanne Lyons, Lower School Assistant Director

This winter, 4th and 5th Grade students from the Kyonggi School in South Korea returned to the Lower School for our yearly cultural exchange program, marking this as their sixth visit. Each year the Kyonggi students are homeroomed in our 4th and 5th Grade classrooms. However, similar to our buddy program and consistent with our core value of community, our plan is to organize and integrate their visit with our entire Lower School. Therefore, we arranged sharing their time with other grade levels so that all of our students could benefit from this enriching, cultural experience. This year, in addition to their 4th and 5th Grade classes, Kyonggi students visited Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 6th Grade...

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The 6th Grade classroom is transformed. Elegant black table cloths drape the desks. The lights are dimmed, accentuating the gentle flicker of the tea lights that adorn the tables and edges of the bookshelves. A fireplace on the class TV displays roaring fire logs which seem to magically distribute a warmth to the room. A string of white holiday lights drape across the SmartBoard which reads, "Welcome to Café Brentwood's Open-Mic Poetry Reading."

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On October 20, members of the Brentwood School community joined forces with hundreds of other volunteers to manifest the second annual Greater Los Angeles VA Stand Down, Homeless-to-Housed. A Stand Down is a collaborative event coordinated between VA, government and community agencies, and community advocates serving the homeless Veterans...

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by Dr. Mike Riera, Head of School > I am pleased to share with you the good news that Brentwood School will continue its longstanding relationship with Veterans Affairs (VA) and the West Los Angeles VA Campus (WLA VA) through a revitalized partnership agreement announced on Wednesday. (You may read the full Press Release and the Fact Sheet.) The 22-acre athletic complex, developed and maintained by Brentwood School on VA land, will remain a shared, flexible green space and is integral to the goal of making WLA VA a modern community for Veterans and their families...

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