Emily Deschanel

Deschanel attended Harvard-Westlake and Crossroads School in Los Angeles before graduating from Boston University's Professional Actors Training Program with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. In 1994, Deschanel made her feature film debut in the romantic comedy-drama It Could Happen to You. Her next notable role was as Pam Asbury in Stephen King's horror miniseries Rose Red in 2002. Then she appeared in Cold Mountain, The Alamo, and Glory Road and was named one of "six actresses to watch" by Interview Magazine in 2004. In 2005, Deschanel was cast as Dr.

Jessica Yellin

Augustine-by-the-Sea elementary school (now named Crossroads Elementary, of the Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences) in Santa Monica, CA. She was president of her high school graduating class at The Westlake School for Girls in Los Angeles. She graduated from Harvard College magna cum laude where she was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa. As Chief White House correspondent she conducted an in-depth interview with President Barack Obama that aired throughout the Democratic Convention and helped shaped the network's coverage.

California high school basketball championship

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Below is a list of state and regional California high school basketball champions sanctioned by the California Interscholastic Federation.

List of high schools in Los Angeles County, California

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Crossroads School, Santa Monica. Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, Lake View Terrace. Excelsior School, Pasadena. Ferrahian Armenian School, Encino. Polytechnic School, Pasadena. Harvard-Westlake School, Holmby Hills, Studio City. Lycée Français de Los Angeles, Rancho Park – Palms. Marlborough School, Hancock Park. Oakwood School, North Hollywood. Oxford School, Rowland Heights. Polytechnic School, Pasadena. Renaissance Academy, Altadena. Ribet Academy, Glassell Park. Rio Hondo Preparatory School, Arcadia. Rose and Alex Pilibos Armenian School, Hollywood. Rolling Hills Preparatory, Palos Verdes Estates. Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth. STAR Prep Academy, Culver City.

1997 McDonald's All-American Boys Game

The 1997 McDonald's All-American Boys Game was an All-star basketball game played on Saturday, March 29, 1997 at the Clune Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The game's rosters featured the best and most highly recruited high school boys graduating in 1997. The game was the 20th annual version of the McDonald's All-American Game first played in 1978.

Melbourne Grammar School

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The School is also a member of the G20 Schools Group, and officially a partner school with Waseda University in Japan at the University-level. The origins of Melbourne Grammar School (colloquially known as Grammar) can be traced back to 1849, with the establishment of an experimental grammar school at St Peter's Eastern Hill, East Melbourne. This school had been established by Melbourne's first Church of England Bishop, Charles Perry, who founded the Diocese of Melbourne, and had been opened to meet the growing educational needs of the young colony.

Wellington College, Berkshire

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The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which includes Harrow School, Shrewsbury School, and Charterhouse School, and is also a member of the G20 Schools group. The Good Schools Guide calls the school "a serious player in the field of education". With school fees of up to £39,750 per annum, Wellington College is considered to be one of the country's most prestigious institutions. The school is also particularly strong in sport, frequently winning many large national competitions. Wellington College was granted its royal charter in 1853 as the Royal and Religious Foundation of The Wellington College, and was opened in 1859.

The King's School, Parramatta

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G20 Schools. The King's School website. ISDA Debating website.

Grenville C. Emery

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Emery (born 1843) was an educator, author, head master and founder of what is now the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California. Emery was born July 19, 1843, in Ripley, Maine, to John G. Emery and Mary Stanley (Jones) Emery, both of whom were of English "Yankee" heritage. Emery's birthname was "John G. Emery." Emery's father had sailed to California from Maine during the Gold Rush of 1849, but returned to New England to engage in various businesses including the construction of a railroad to Lewiston. Emery married Ella Rhoda Pike on January 27, 1871, in Livermore Falls, Maine, and they had seven children.

High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China

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The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group. In the 1950s, due to the specific political and cultural backgrounds at that time, the government felt the need to establish middle school for blue-collar workers and farmers to increase their labor skills. Thus, the school, originally named Beijing Experimental Fast Track Middle School for Workers and Farmers, was founded directly by the Ministry of Education in January 1950. After only three months of preparation, the school welcomed its first group of students on April 3, 1950.

Appleby College

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Appleby is the only Canadian member of the G20 Schools. It is also a member of the International Round Square Organisation and the Canadian Independent Schools Athletic Association. Appleby is accredited by the Canadian Educational Standards Institute. On October 13, 2006, Maclean's Magazine named Appleby one of Canada's Top 100 Employers. Appleby is the first high school ever to receive this distinction. Appleby has identified six Pillars of Strength upon which to concentrate: Community Spirited, Technologically Empowered, Universally Diverse, Academically Vital, Globally Responsible, and Actively Engaged.

The Doon School

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The Doon School is a member of following organisations: G20 Schools, Round Square, Rotary International's Interact Club, Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, International Boys' Schools Coalition, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), Indian Public Schools' Conference, Rashtriya Life Saving Society (India), International Award Association The school is the regional test centre for University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations and SAT Tests.

Austin Croshere

Croshere went to Crossroads School in Santa Monica, California, and then played college basketball for Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island. Croshere was the 12th pick of the 1997 NBA Draft, selected by the Indiana Pacers. A 6'10", hard-nosed player who can play the power forward and small forward positions, Croshere has shot 33.9% from three-point range over the course of his ten-year career. In the 1999–2000 NBA season, he had peaked at just the right time as he helped the Pacers advance to the 2000 NBA Finals, marking the Pacers' first Finals appearance since the ABA-NBA merger.

Saint Saviour's Chapel (Harvard-Westlake School)

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Saint Saviour's Chapel at Harvard-Westlake School in the Studio City section of Los Angeles, California, is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. #32). The chapel was patterned after the Chapel at Rugby School in England. Its pews face the center aisle, and it is considered an excellent example of the collegiate chapel style. It also features a large rood cross made by students in the school's wood shop. The chapel was built in 1914 at the original campus of the Harvard School at Western Avenue and Venice Boulevard. It was designed by Reginald Johnson, the son of the first Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles.

Baron Davis

He was a star high school player while at Crossroads School. Davis is the NBA's all-time leader in steals per game for the playoffs. Davis was born in Los Angeles and grew up in the South Central area. His grandmother and guardian, Lela Nicholson, was instrumental in pushing him to play basketball. With her encouragement, he eventually enrolled at Crossroads School, a prestigious private school in Santa Monica.

Geelong Grammar School

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The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group. The school has offered the International Baccalaureate (IB) since February 1997. The school was founded in 1855 as a private diocesan school with the blessing of Bishop Perry by the Venerable Theodore Stretch, Archdeacon of Geelong, with an initial enrollment of fourteen boys. The school grew rapidly and in 1857 it was assigned £5,000 of a government grant for church schools by Bishop Perry, the foundation stone was laid for its own buildings and it was transformed into a public school.

Santa Monica, California

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Crossroads School. Saint Monica Catholic Elementary School. Concord High School. Pacifica Christian High School. Lighthouse Christian Academy. St. Anne Catholic School. Saint Monica Catholic High School. New Roads School. PS1 Pluralistic School. Activision Blizzard (Includes Activision). Treyarch. Cloud Imperium Games (Creators of Star Citizen). Naughty Dog (Creators of Crash Bandicoot (1996–1999), Jak & Daxter and Uncharted franchises). PUBG Corporation (North American station, developed Miramar map in PUBG). Riot Games, the creators of League of Legends is just outside the eastern city limit. VCA Animal Hospitals is also just outside the eastern city limit.

Amy Pascal

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Pascal attended Crossroads School in Santa Monica, then worked as a bookkeeper at Crossroads School while getting her international relations degree at UCLA. Pascal started her career as a secretary working for producer Tony Garnett at the independent production company Kestrel Films. From 1986 to 1987, she served as Vice President of Production at 20th Century Fox. Pascal joined Columbia Pictures in 1988, where she was responsible for the development of films including: Groundhog Day, Little Women, Awakenings, and A League of Their Own.

Daly College

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The school is a member of the G20 Schools Group. The Daly College now also has a Business School under its umbrella - the Daly College Business School (DCBS), in collaboration with the De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. DCBS offers an undergraduate course in business management- Bachelor in Management (Business Studies) (BMBS). The school has its origins in the Residency School, founded by Sir Henry Daly Governor General of India's Agent to Central India Agency in 1870, as a school for the children of nobility and aristocrats in the Indore Residency.

Raffles Institution

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It is a member of various academic partnerships and alliances, such as the G20 Schools and The Winchester Network. It also co-founded the Global Alliance of Leading-Edge Schools. RI was awarded the Singapore Quality Award in 2011. RI is notable for having produced 94 President's Scholars, 3 out of 7 Presidents, 2 out of 3 Prime Ministers, including the first elected Prime Minister in Lee Kuan Yew, 4 Speakers of Parliament, 7 out of 20 members of the current Cabinet, 6 Ministers of State and 13 CEOs of government-linked statutory boards and agencies.

Mindy Cohn

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Mindy Cohn (born May 20, 1966) is an American actress, voice actress and singer. She is known for her role as Natalie Green in the sitcom The Facts of Life, and for being the voice of Velma Dinkley in the Scooby-Doo franchise from 2002 to 2015. She resides in Beverly Hills.

Holmby Hills, Los Angeles

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The only school located within Holmby Hills is the Middle School (grades 7–9) component of the independent Harvard-Westlake School. The campus was originally occupied by Westlake School for Girls, which moved from its original site near downtown L.A. to the Holmby Hills campus in 1927. Harvard-Westlake was created in 1989 when Westlake merged with the Harvard School for Boys. Arthur Letts (1862–1923) lived in a mansion designed by architect Arthur Rolland Kelly located at 10236 Charing Cross Road. The residence became known as the Playboy Mansion when Hugh Hefner purchased it.

Breck Eisner

Eisner attended Harvard High School (now Harvard-Westlake School), Georgetown University, majoring in both English and Theatre, and the University of Southern California's film school where he received a master's degree in directing. For a directing project at Georgetown, he filmed a contemporary riff on Alice in Wonderland, shooting scenes in the vast empty attic of Healy Hall on the campus, as well as in an abandoned circular trolley-car tunnel under Dupont Circle in Northwest, Washington, D.C.. He also directed Shakespeare plays on the campus. His MFA thesis film, Recon, a tech noir co-written and co-produced by Steven Cantor, stars Peter Gabriel, Elizabeth Peña and Charles Durning.

Markham College

The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group. Today, more than 2000 pupils attend Markham College from 34 different countries around the world. In the second year of primary school (P2) students are nominally divided into four "houses" which compete in sports, academics and other activities. They are called Cochrane, Guise, Miller and Rowcroft, and named after Lord Cochrane, Vice Admiral Guise, General William Miller (all military figures) and Thomas Edward Rowcroft, the first British diplomat in Peru. Their colours are red, blue, green and yellow, respectively.