The longest-running high school rowing program in Northern California heads to the Scholastic Rowing Association of America national championships.
Berkeley High School
2 men arrested after carjacking of BHS Mountain Bike Team members
They have been charged with a carjacking in Daly City and are tied to carjackings in San Francisco, Oakland and Livermore, authorities say.
Berkeley keeps losing teachers. Can the district get them to stay?
BUSD saw a 14% turnover rate last year despite a $3,000 to $6,500 pay increase from Measure E. Next year, half of the district’s physics teachers will be new.
3 Berkeley High custodians sue over sexual harassment, gender discrimination
This is the second lawsuit since 2019 to describe a culture of sexual harassment and unequal treatment in Berkeley High’s custodial department.
Remembering Teo Surasky, funny, compassionate teen who passed away a month after graduating Berkeley High
As a newborn baby, he starred in ‘Teaching Teo,’ a mockumentary about ‘politically correct child rearing, Berkeley-lesbian style.’ He grew into a man who was a light in everyone’s life.
After carjacking of BHS Mountain Bike Team members, community raises $22K
Carjacking is rare in Berkeley and the targeting of BHS students, coaches and their bikes made the incident particularly shocking.
District settles sexual assault lawsuit that sparked Berkeley High walkout
A former student had sued the Berkeley school district for negligence after she said she was assaulted in a classroom three years ago.
Update: Teacher in sexual assault suits has license revoked
Matthew Bissell is no longer allowed to teach in California public schools after a commission permanently revoked his teaching credential.
How the war in Ukraine is being taught in Berkeley schools
History teachers have been fielding questions about Russia’s nuclear capabilities, Putin’s motivations and whether the draft would return if the U.S. joins the war.
Remembering Daniel Dean, Berkeley school counselor who led push for city’s landmarking law
He was also a supportive husband to Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean, and worked in her political campaigns. He died at 93.
Ka’Dijah Brown, 30, is the Berkeley school board’s youngest president ever
Ka’Dijah Brown, the board’s leader since December, shared her views on racism in Berkeley schools and decisions the board could have made differently.
Gene Ransom, basketball star killed in freeway shooting, was shaped by youth in Berkeley
Ransom, who was shot and killed on I-880 on Friday, was guided by Berkeley mentors and the city’s multicultural spirit.