Technology marches forward, and we embrace it. More and more, students in the Harvard-Westlake community actively develop solutions to better our daily experience at the school. But when students graduate and leave the school, their creations are often left to stagnate with no continuing support.
Recognizing this is as an issue of immediate concern, seniors Jonathan Burns ’14 and Henry Hahn ’14 founded the Harvard-Westlake Technology Council in 2014. The Council’s primary function is to help organize and guide development of new student-created technology, and provide a means to maintain that technology year after year.