Former Editor-in-chief Ilana Gale, Editor-in-Chief Rebekah Spector and Managing Editor Kyrah Hunter sat nervously in their seats as they waited through the many awards in the high school category of the Los Angeles Press Club. In a blink of an eye, the students rushed out of th... READ MORE »»
(From left to right) Judea Pearl, father of the slain journalist Daniel Pearl, Managing Editor Kyrah Hunter, Editor-in-chief Rebekah Spector, former Editor-in-chief Ilana Gale, Principal Deb Smith and journalist Patt Morrison pose for a picture as the editors accept their two awards.
Over the next five years, the Daniel Pearl Foundation will donate $100,000 to Daniel Pearl Magnet High School’s music and science programs.
Dr. Judea Pearl and Ruth Pearl announced this donation at the June 9 commencement ceremony. Initially, the donation was going to be ... READ MORE »»
KNBC 4 reporter Toni Guinyard, Principal Deb Smith, Ruth Pearl, Dr. Judea Pearl and Daniel Pearl Foundation Fellow Amal Khan.
The Class of 2016 held its commencement ceremony on June 9, 2016, in the quad at Birmingham Community Charter High School. KNBC 4 reporter Toni Guinyard was the keynote speaker. LAUSD Local Superintendent Vivian Ekchian spoke as well as Board Member Scott Schmerelson. Joseph... READ MORE »»
Science teachers James Morrison and Stephen Schaffter held DPMHS's first ever comic and game convention. Cosplay competition, trivia, workshops presented by comic cartoonists, comic vendors and more was at the fun event!
Former Editor-in-chief Ilana Gale, Editor-in-Chief Rebekah Spector and Managing Editor Kyrah Hunter sat nervously in their seats as they waited through the many awards in the high school category of the Los Angeles P... Read More »
Orange is the New Black: This show is a Netflix classic for good reason. Not only is every episode packed full of original story lines, they each end with a cliffhanger followed by the trademarked fade to orange. The sheer popularity of this sh... Read More »
As this school year comes to a close, our very own Prestige Yearbook and The Pearl Post editors and staff reflect on their time and what they got out of their experience participating in the student media.