The Harvard-Westlake School

Robert Kasirer is a California businessman and an advocate for the elderly who contributes to a number of community and educational institutions. In addition to supporting Camp Ramah in California and Camp Ramah in the Berkshires, Robert Kasirer donates his resources to the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California.

Formed out of the merger of the Harvard School and the Westlake School for girls, the Harvard-Westlake School is an independent college preparatory day school for grades 7 through 12. With a history dating back to 1900, the two schools merged in 1991 to form what is currently home to more than 1,600 students. The curriculum at Harvard-Westlake encourages students to build on their emotional, physical, and intellectual talents, and each year the student body rises to the challenge. Harvard-Westlake continually ranks among the top high schools for National Merit semifinalists, and the school’s athletic programs have won championships in track and field and water polo and produced scores of athletes that have gone on to play at the collegiate level.

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