Harvard-Westlake students star in international Science Olympiads

January 2009
Independent School;Winter2009, Vol. 68 Issue 2, Special section p11
The article announces that several students of Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California have received awards, including Joshua Oreman, who has received gold medal in the International Physics Olympiad, Jonathan Lee, who has received a silver medal in the International Chemistry Olympiad and Rebecca Jacobs, who has received a bronze medal in the International Olympiad in Linguistics.


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