Kirk O’ the Valley Alumni

Welcome back! This alumni section is about you. Here you may find some of your classmates, download a “Where Are You Now” survey and contact Kirk staff to give back to the school that gave you so much.

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Robert Best, a senior at Harvey Mudd College, will soon travel to communities in Asia, Africa and Europe as a Watson Fellow to seek a better understanding of why some eco-cities thrive and others fail.

The $25,000 fellowship will allow Best, an engineering major from West Hills, Calif., to spend a year studying the social, economic, cultural and political factors which contribute to the success or failure of sustainability efforts in China, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates, Kenya and the United Kingdom.

Juliet Piper, 19, attended Kirk O’ the Valley from 1996-2002. She is now a sophomore at Pierce College in Woodland Hills and is pursuing her passion for songwriting and performing. Juliet, who has been singing and writing songs since age seven, released an EP entitled “Honesty” in June 2009 and then went on to release her debut album “Wanderlust” in December 2010. Her folksy-acoustic music has been regularly featured on 106.7 KROQ as a part of Rodney Bingenheimer’s show ‘Rodney on the ROQ’ as well as on major radio stations in Canada and Peru. She has performed up and down the Sunset strip at The Whiskey a Go-Go, The Roxy, and The Knitting Factory to name a few and has even been invited to play folk festivals in other states. Juliet values her years at Kirk and believes wholeheartedly that the school gave her the confidence to believe in herself and her wild and wonderful dreams, which are slowly but surely coming true.