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Harvard Westlake is a school where half of the kids get in for the money, and the other half are asian...yup...thats pretty much HW
1/2 of the people at Harvard Westlake are asians!
by anonymous00100 May 28, 2008
 
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A super-posh private school divided into two campuses: the 'Middle School' (consisting of grades 7-9) is located in residential Bel Air area, and the 'Upper School' (consisting of grads 10-12) is located in the fine Studio City area, of which I am a proud patron.

anyway, you will only be accepted into Harvard Westlake if you are one or more of these things:
~very very rich (bonus if you're jewish too)
~a product of a Hollywood mogul/empress
~unusually intellectual (as in a genius)
~you have a sibling who goes there

yes, Harvard-Weslake is for rich-bitches, man-hoars, child prodigies, and bloomind Hollywoodites. if you are any of the above listed, than you're pretty much on the Harvard-Westlake golden steamer choo-choo!

don't get me wrong, Harvard-Westlake isn't a bad school! in fact, going to Harvard-Westlake will give your parents plenty to brag about! it's the best private school in the friggin country!

just be warned, you just might catch the deadly 'Supahpreppyrichiesmartass' virus while in attendance!

worthy of note: if you are actually black and, like me, have been called names such as oreo or wack, or milk and cookies, or likewise, Harvard Westlake is the school for you, because the ghettoist kids here are pretty much the white boys who watch too much MTV. and that is damn saaaddd fa sho.
Bobby Richboy: Yo' sucka I just got into Harvard-Westlake foo!!
Johnny Gangsta (who is actually black): Boy, you aint black.
Bobby Richboy: I'm practicin' fo Harvardizzle-Westlakizzle dizzle!

Jennifer (at Harvard Westlake): hey Lola! Do you think you can make it to Fred Segal this weekend? Daddy just gave me three thousand.
Lola: oh stop trying to act all rich, biatch!! you know you're only sore because my Daddy's yacht cost six million more than your daddy's yacht!!

worthy of note- I actually hearda conversation like the following in my math class with my own two ears.

BASED ON ACTUAL EVENTS-

Teacher: you won't be at school next week?
Student: no. my dad's taking the family to a press conference in Japan. Daddy's thinking of a merger with Sony.
by LexyEcho fo-real December 23, 2005
 
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An upscale private school in Studio City, California. The school enrolls grades 7-12. Tuition, which increases by thousands of dollars yearly, was around $23000 for the 2005-06 school year. As one might expect, based on the posh location and high tuition, around 95% of students are rich, white kids from the surrounding areas.

The education is top notch and students matriculate to some of the finest colleges in the country. Yet, this classroom excellence comes at the expense of personal development. On the whole, students are spoiled, arrogant, and snobby. Things are generally done well around HW, such as the newspaper and the drama department, but the sports teams aren’t too great, for the most part. Regardless of the reputation of their activity, participants think that it is awesome. It’s at “H-dub”, after all!1

Attendees and their families think that they are part of the best school in the universe which will ensure their success. Boy, are they wrong. My brother attended the school and never amounted to anything, but he sure thinks he is hot shit.

Students drive expensive European cars that their usually divorced parents buy for them. After all, they are entitled to only the finest. Certainly, HW kids love to make fun of other, less-nice parts of Los Angeles. They tell stories about what they think Mexicans are like, since their friends are overwhelmingly white. Harvard-Westlake is totally sheltered from the poverty which scars Los Angeles.

Harvard recruits a great basketball team each year, and as they take the floor, the largely white crowd cheers on a bunch of black boys given illegal, unethical athletic scholarships to the school. That’s how Harvard does business; win at all costs.

Parties are taken way over the top, in keeping with the rich, wannabe celebrity vibe. Major bank is plunked down for nice venues, and tickets cost a fortune. People gets wasted to the point of vomiting. At formal after-party in 2005, a student had to visit the emergency room for a serious injury she suffered while drunk off her ass.

Harvard Westlake represents everything that is wrong with Los Angeles. It is home to lots of stuck-up people who drive expensive cars to communicate to others how important they are. There is lots of name-dropping about who your entertainment industry daddy worked with on his last project. Keep doing what you’re doing, Harvard-Westlake.
"Gosh, I really liked those Harvard-Westlake kids at first. Then, I spent 20 minutes with them, and I realized how screwed up their priorities are."

"Word to your mother."
by burgerbrain May 28, 2006
 
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A school where one can find, in it's natural habitat, the elusive (and exclusive) Sluttus Lacostus (or mastercard whore). This species is characterized by it's astonishing lack of clothing, often exposing its buttox. When in mating season, the Sluttus Lacostus often develops a perplexing form of anorexia, often accompanied by even more shedding of clothing. One can sometimes lure the Sluttus Lacostus by standing perfectly still, covered in $100 bills and a "new hummer" scent. But novice travelers beware! Although the Sluttus Lacostus may look pretty and sweet, it will stop at no lengths to step all over you.
Yeah, I went over to Harvard-Westlake last week to pick up some fine booty, but I woke up two weeks later, in an alley, covered in blonde hairs, with "LV" sliced into my chest.
by Djarum Lite November 14, 2004
 
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An upscale private school in Los Angeles where parents can be seen donating multi-million dollar buildings in order to foster educations for their otherwise stupid-ass children.
Muffy: Where's little Tiffy attending school this fall?
Bunny: Harvard-Westlake. Isn't that great?
Muffy: Yes, but...didn't she fail out of elementary school?
Bunny: Yes, but Kenneth and I donated a couple million for a new gym!
by Martini Shaker November 14, 2004