National Gold Council of Excellence

It is exciting to announce that GV’s very own Student Council has received special recognition as a 2019 National Gold Council of Excellence by the National of Student Council (NatStuCo). The leaders of STUCO were thrilled to have achieved this incredible feat, and President Julia Kinnee expressed her sentiment, saying “I’m so proud of our […]

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Science Olympiad State Results

This past Saturday, the Science Olympiad team had an intense competition at Juanita College. The team overall was very successful and attained a variety of accomplishments, taking the 8th spot out of 36 total teams. For the competition, the leaders of the GV Science Olympiad team this year were Jadan Law, Michael Koch, Vishesh Patel, […]

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NHD Award Winners

This past week, a handful of students were recognized with awards and achievement at the National History Day competition which took place at Chester County Historical Center. These student achievements are as follows: Elizabeth Chen received 2nd place for her insightful Individual Paper for “Famines and Agricultural Advances in Europe During the Modern Period”. Elizabeth’s […]

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Gold Key Award

It is a pleasure to highlight that Sophia Smith, senior at Garnet Valley, received the prestigious Scholastic Art and Writing Gold Key award this past March. Sophia had the opportunity to attend an awards ceremony in Philadelphia on March 30th to recognize a short story she had previously written in her fall AP Literature class. […]

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Hi-Q National Championship!

It is exciting to announce that on Friday, April 5th, quite a few members from Garnet Valley High School’s Hi-Q team will be competing in the national championship through attending a video conference at DCIU. To all teachers and faculty, please excuse these students from class that day; they are responsible for any missed or […]

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Spring Fashion

Spring is here! And the big question on everyone’s mind is … what to wear? After consulting numerous Pinterest boards, Instagram hashtags, and PopSugar articles, we’ve compiled a convenient list for all your spring fashion needs! Bucket Hats! Sure they aren’t the prettiest things to look at but they sure do the job. Pull out […]

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Preparing for the College Process

By: Katie Donaghy As a junior, college is creeping up fast and believe it or not, decisions are right around the corner. Although we are prepared through classes such as career development, college visits to the school, and information nights, there are still many things we have to do by ourselves. Many people have no […]

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GV Wrestling Update

By: Alec Eskin Over the course of the GV wrestling season, it has been really exciting for the wrestlers, coaches and fans. Over this past week, three wrestlers from Garnet Valley qualified for States. Sophomore Colton Deery was in the 285 pound weight class, finished 8th in the State, and medaled as well. Deery is […]

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STEM Club

By: Shasi Vadlamudi STEM club has been making huge developments in their project and you really need to know about it. It affects all Garnet Valley students who use a car and plan on having one of their own in the future. Here’s a quick rundown on what it is and why it can drastically […]

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Biology Olympiad Results

It is exciting to announce that after taking the Biology Olympiad exam, a couple of Garnet Valley high school students made it into the semi-finals. The students listed below scored in the top 10% of all students taking this test in the United States, so please make sure to congratulate them on their great success […]

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Chemistry Olympiad

Tomorrow is an exciting day, as multiple students from Garnet Valley High School are taking the national Chemistry Olympiad during the first period block. Each student will be given at maximum 110 minutes in order to complete the exam, but some may need to stay into second period in order to have the time to […]

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Best 3 Music Festivals You MUST Attend

By: Sebastien Morales-Reyes SUMMER is coming! Don’t let summer boredom set in! With the anticipation of Music festival season coming up, here’s a list of the lineups, ticket information, and schedules for the IT festivals this summer near us you won’t want to miss. Firefly Festival When: June 21-23 Where: The Woodlands, Dover, DE Tickets: […]

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Unite For Her!

By: Katie Donaghy On February 19th, two boys shaved their heads bald for the organization Unite For Her. Unite For Her is an organization that goes beyond most cancer organizations as it focuses on therapies and wellness not only physically, but mentally. For the spring musical, Annie, the main male lead, Daddy Warbucks, is an […]

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Dealing With Unfavorable Course Recommendations

By: Julia Lennon What do you do if you do not want to take a class you have been recommended for? It happens a lot; kids get recommended up, kids get recommended down. If you are recommended for an elective you don’t have interest in taking, you just leave it be and do not select […]

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How to Pay for College in GV

By: Karina Zakarian As a senior, it has been both exciting and arduous going through the college process, from filling out numerous applications to visiting campuses, auditioning for scholarships, and trying to determine the college or university that most closely reflects personal values and feels like a “second home”. One of the most challenging aspects […]

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GV Girls Basketball Champs!

As the Garnet Valley girls basketball team defeated Spring-Ford, it is exciting to announce that the team will be advancing to the 6A District 1 Championship at Temple’s Liacouras Center on Saturday at 4pm vs. Neshaminy. Students, faculty, or community members who are interested in attending the intense game to support the GV Jags can […]

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What are Different Types of TV Screens?

By: Shasidhar Vadlamudi What are OLED, LCD, Plasma, QLED, and LED screens!? These must mean something right, as we seem to see them everywhere, and what do all those letters mean? These acronyms represent the different TV screens you can buy, and knowing them can help individuals be more informed customers. LCD- They are the […]

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SPEAK UP Single

MOXIE is excited to announce the rise of a new, incredibly talented 18-year-old Omaha singer, JOCELYN, who recently released her debut song, “Speak Up”. The song, produced and co-written by Denny White, entails a vivid bullying experience that Jocelyn wanted to share with the world in an effort to highlight how she overcame this obstacle […]

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Cold Pursuit Review

By: Ben Bennett Cold Pursuit once again reminded me that you cannot justify a film by its title, no matter how mundane that title may be. Directed by Hans Petter Moland, a Norwegian director, Cold Pursuit is based on Moland’s original Norwegian movie, In Order of Disappearance, released in 2014. Starring Liam Neeson as a […]

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Quill & Scroll Induction Ceremony

It is a great pleasure to announce and welcome several new inductees into the international Quill & Scroll Journalism Honor Society. The students who were recently inducted into the society this past Tuesday are all active participants in either the Jaguar Journal, Literary Magazine, or Yearbook Club. Each individual who was inducted has done an […]

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DCCC Regional Art Exhibition

The Garnet Valley Art Department wants to congratulate the following students: Hank Hayes, Camryn Partlow, Dan Newsome, Kayleigh Saboja, Christina Douglass, Chloe Lowery, Torie Gsell, Philip McCarthy, Kaitlyn Smith, Claire Burford, Erin Craig and Madison King. Artwork created by each of these students has been selected for inclusion in Delaware County Community College’s Regional High […]

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GV Music Gala

By: Sanjana Chadive On March 24th, the Garnet Valley Music Department will hold its first annual Music Gala Concert at the Garnet Valley High School Performing Center. The purpose of the gala is to raise funds for Musicopia, a Philadelphia based charity that supports music education. The concert will feature some of the most talented […]

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“This Class is Boring” Concept

By: Shasidhar Vadlamudi Getting a bad grade in a class, it happens to everyone. For some people, it may be a 70 and for some, it may be a 90. There are countless reasons for getting a bad grade in a class, whether it may be procrastination, lack of interest, or laziness. Arguably the most […]

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Minithon Madness!

One of Garnet Valley’s most exciting and impactful events is getting in gear… it’s Minithon! A program that donates money and resources to the families of cancer patients who are associated with the Four Diamonds Fund, Minithon is an incredible organization that is run majorly within the Garnet Valley community by STUCO. The Student Council […]

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Mamma Mia Update

By: Annie Tunstall For the first time ever, Garnet Valley Performing Arts Association is putting on a community show right here at Garnet Valley High School! This year in June the GVHSPAA will be putting on the performance Mamma Mia. Mamma Mia is a very high energy and fun show with many characters of various […]

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IRP Day

By: Sanjana Chadive On January 18th, students had the pleasure to showcase their independent research projects in the GVHS library. During the semester, these inquiring minds conducted thorough research on a topic of their choice. The ultimate culmination of their experimentation is a colorful poster board displaying all of the information they collected. The projects […]

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Preschool Lab Program Gains Popularity Among GVHS Students

By: Rose DiPaolo The popular Preschool Lab Program at Garnet Valley High School provides students an authentic childcare experience that has caught the eye of Child Development and Family and Consumer Science students. While many find it difficult to get accepted into the program, Little Jags member Tierney Bisch says the experience is definitely worth […]

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Cyberbullying

By: Rose DiPaolo Since the internet was was invented on January 1st, 1983, users have found ways to belittle others online. Adults, both online and off, have attempted to raise awareness against bullying online, typically referred to as ‘cyberbullying’. But is cyberbullying still as big of a problem as many adults think? “I’m very involved […]

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Winter Sports Recap

By: Alec Eskin The winter season has gotten off to a very exciting start for the sports teams, and this has been a very fun time of year for Garnet Valley sports fans to watch their teams compete in their sports. These sports include Girls and Boys Basketball, Boys Wrestling, Girls and Boys Swim and […]

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Freshman Advice

By: Lara Clemens As a freshman halfway through the school year, I have already gotten a feel of what it is like to be in high school. It was a little bit challenging adjusting to the new atmosphere and academics, but I managed to adapt to the high school environment eventually. As of now, the […]

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Gearing Up for Annie

By: Kaitlyn Donaghy The Garnet Valley Drama Club has started rehearsing for its spring musical, Annie. Annie is a well known story of a red-headed orphan finding her forever home. The performance will be from March 7th-9th. Annie practices have been going well since we have gotten back from winter break. We practice 2 hours […]

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Class Rank/GPA/Grading Scale Adjustments

As highlighted to the Garnet Valley community, recently the School Board of Directors approved an array of changes regarding the proposal of altering academic components such as class rank, the GPA scale, and the grading format. Through the launching of the proposal at a meeting on Monday evening, the School Board of Directors specifically decided […]

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Post-Prom Fundraiser Announcement

Attention all seniors and parents! The Class of 2019 is sponsoring a post-prom fundraiser, including the generous donation of a 2009 Toyota Corolla by Team Toyota. Through this collaboration with Team Toyota, the senior class has established a car raffle to raise money for post-prom, and there are $20 raffle tickets being sold for the […]

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AP Exam Registration Reminder

Although Garnet Valley is experiencing a wintry, cold January, it is important for students to not forget to sign up for Advanced Placement Exams. Despite the fact that these tests are not until May, it is imperative that students fill out the necessary forms and complete the requirements to register for their AP exams as […]

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Garnet Valley Girls Basketball Recap

By Alec Eskin The start to the girls basketball season so far has been outstanding. They are on a roll right now as they head into the new year. So far, on the road, they have faced St. Georges Technical High School and Lower Merion. At home, they have faced Conestoga, Ridley, Bayard Rustin, and […]

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Airpods: The Christmas Sensation

By Katie Donaghy This Christmas, the most popular gift among high schoolers was Apple AirPods. AirPods are wireless headphones that connect to your iPhone. They are kept in a case that charges them while keeping them safe. The cost of AirPods is approximately $159, so what makes them better than other earphones? The AirPod technology […]

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Body Language

By: Ananya Gupta When talking about the expression of emotion, it is fascinating that a significant portion of body language and gestures is universal around the world. A smile is a smile depicting happiness, no matter where you are in the world. However, there are some differences amongst some expressions and gestures that might seem […]

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Tik Tok: A Platform for Ads or Cyberbullying?

By: Rose DiPaolo Social Media app Tik Tok has recently come under fire for both implementing iron privacy terms, and allowing its users to ridicule others using the platform. Tik Tok’s initial popularity stemmed from Instagram, a popular social media site where users post pictures and videos. “I downloaded Tik Tok because of all of […]

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Big Things Happening in 2019

By: Shasidhar Vadlamudi 2018 just wrapped up, and it has been a roller coaster for everyone. From the midterms, Winter Olympics, and the Youtube Drama, this previous year was definitely a thriller. But with 2018 in the past, there are many things on the horizon for Garnet Valley in 2019. Here’s a preview of some […]

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Movie Review: Mary Poppins Returns

By Ben Bennett After 54 years, movie audiences once again return to the Banks house in London, where the fictional world has only aged 20 years and the Banks children are all grown up. Michael Banks now works at a bank in London and his sister Jane, due to the passing of Michael’s wife, is […]

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Indoor Drumline Update

Indoor drumline is looking for anyone who can play the bass guitar or piano for their 2019 show. Please email the staff at gvindoorstaff@gmail.com if you are interested in coming in to play! Practices are on Mondays and Thursdays from 6-9 PM and on Saturdays from 9 AM to 4 PM, but times may vary. […]

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Oscars 2019: Bigger Films = Bigger Ratings?

With films like “A Star is Born” and “Black Panther”, the 91st Academy Awards, held on February 24th, 2019, might witness a significant increase in viewership compared to the previous ceremony. Since 2016, the Oscars ratings have been steadily decreasing, with last year’s show garnering only 26.5 million viewers. 32.9 million people watched the event […]

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Widows Review

Widows stars Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, Cynthia Erivo, and is directed by Steve McQueen, director of the award winning 12 Years a Slave. Widows is also written by Gillian Flynn, an experienced writer known for her thrillers such as Gone Girl and Sharp Objects. Widows is yet another heist film in which the […]

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Stress… Don’t Fret!

As high school students, we tend to experience a decent amount of stress on a day to day basis, and while for most of us it can be something that we can eventually bring under our control, there are more severe forms of stress that have an extremely influential impact on the lives of individuals […]

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Winter Break… Not Here Just Yet!

As a majority of students know, during splendid times of the year such as these wintry, festive December weeks, plans with friends, family gatherings, and simply resting comfortably seem much more important than completing homework and other assignments. This way of thinking is very understandable, as the last thing that many students want to do […]

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GVHS Cheer Champions!

The Garnet Valley Jaguar Varsity Cheerleaders recently pulled out a win as District champions, along with the JV Jaguars who also earned #1 in their section of the competition! Last year, 2017, they won District Championships, so this year they went back to back in victory. The District Championships took place at Central Bucks High […]

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Dance For A Cure Update

Over the course of this winter season, Interact Club has been hosting a variety of events, in particular consistently promoting the performance Dance For A Cure which will take place at Garnet Valley High School this coming May. A great way for dancers, students, and members of the community to connect and work together, Dance […]

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Garnet Valley Band is For Everyone

By: Sanjana Chadive Beginning in August, members of the Garnet Valley Marching Band begin practicing their music learning the show drill. Even after the prior season is over, student musicians still pursue other musical endeavors. Every summer, student musicians learn their new music at band camp. For five days, band members try to master the halftime […]

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Indoor Drumline 2019

Indoor Drumline is an ensemble group for Garnet Valley percussion students who wish to perform in an activity that includes competitive music and performances. They travel to different schools to compete against other drumlines and even host a competition of their own. Additionally, they go to Wildwood at the end of their season to conclude […]

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Thanksgiving: Fact Vs. Fiction

Many Americans widely regard Thanksgiving as the best holiday for food, family, and football. But do students really know what they’re celebrating? When asked several questions about Thanksgiving, eleven Garnet Valley High School students shared their answers, ranging from partially correct to completely false. When asked why we celebrate Thanksgiving, one survey participant stated, “To keep up […]

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GVHS Guest Speaker

It is exciting to announce that a Garnet Valley alumni, Eddie Doyle, is coming back to the district as a guest author on Wednesday, December 19th. The guest author will be sharing a novel titled I Hate You, Jimmy that he previously wrote and self-published, an incredible feat and experience in the writing field. Eddie Doyle […]

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Come See High School Musical!

Come see High School Musical on November 15th, 16th, and 17th! Tickets are on sale online for $14 each. The onstage cast has worked very hard for several months to make a good show for its audience, and the play is filled with exciting singing, dancing numbers, and acting scenes. The play High School Musical […]

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What is the EMdrive?

What is the EMdrive and how does it break the laws of physics?      The Emdrive, also known as the RF resonant cavity thruster, is a fuel-free thruster that can theoretically revolutionize space travel and requires no fuel to run. It can be used in rockets and space crafts. It was proposed by an […]

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Mamma Mia

      For the first time ever, Garnet Valley Performing Arts Association is putting on a community show right here at Garnet Valley High School! This year in June the GVHSPAA will be putting on Mamma Mia. Mamma Mia is a very high energy and fun show with many characters of various ages. The Performing […]

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Recap of Pennsbury Game

Recap of Pennsbury Game By: Alec Eskin        This past Saturday was the first playoff game for the Jaguars this year against the Pennsbury Falcons. This game was a fun one to watch. The game was supposed to be played on Friday night, but it got pushed back a day due to thunder […]

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Review – Halloween (2018)

    Halloween (2018) was directed by David Gordon Green and written by Green and Danny McBride. Green and McBride are together again after working on the Pineapple Express in 2008. Halloween (2018) takes place 40 years after the events of the original Halloween (1978) and centers once again around the Strode family. The movie […]

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Model UN Wins Big

This past Saturday, Model UN accomplished an impressive feat with a few of its delegates winning significant awards and recognition through Temple University’s OwlMUN V. During this intense competition, thirty-two members of Garnet Valley’s Model UN competed against four hundred other students from three different states, and multiple Garnet Valley Model UN members received awards. Specifically, […]

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Can You Make It To The Top Without Cheating?

High schoolers are constantly trying to take shortcuts to complete assignments faster, and sometimes this means cheating to obtain a better grade. Cheating has clearly escalated in 21st Century modern society now that students have a world of technology at their fingertips. For example, students could easily whip out their phones at home or at […]

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Recap of GV vs. Conestoga Football Game

By: Alec Eskin The previous football game between Garnet Valley and Conestoga was very exciting, but not for the reasons one may be thinking of. Of course, there were thrilling instances that occurred during the game, but there were lots of other energizing events prior to the game as well as during half time. One […]

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What’s Interact Club Up To?

By: Julia Lennon      The Halloween Dance for the 7th and 8th grade took place on Friday, October 12th at the middle school. Interact Club, a club where we do community service and attend events like The Fall Festival, was at this event to supervise. Although this event was known as the Halloween Dance beforehand, […]

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Homecoming Court 2018

Homecoming is coming up- and fast. This year’s homecoming court includes a wide variety of seniors from an abundance of clubs and sports teams. There are 20 young men and women vying for the coveted titles of Homecoming Queen or King. Congratulations to the following people for representing the Class of 2019: Lauren Huck and […]

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What is Pottermore?

Have you ever heard of Pottermore? It is the official fan website of the prestigious and famed Harry Potter series. One could call it the Wikipedia of the Harry Potter series because it has pages of information on the Harry Potter series and all the characters and events. It allows one to consider oneself a […]

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National Merit Semifinalists

It is extremely exciting to announce the recently acknowledged semifinalists from Garnet Valley High School for the National Merit Scholars program. These five amazingly intelligent students received very impressive scores on the well-known PSAT assessment, and consequently, they were each recognized for outstanding achievement on this examination recently in the month of September. Garnet Valley […]

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First Tech Challenge (FTC)

FIRST is an international youth organization as well as a nonprofit organization that recognizes robotics and other STEM-related activities. FIRST TECH CHALLENGE is available to high school students as well as the FIRST ROBOTICS CHALLENGE. This is CAD students will learn: FTC gives students a lot of freedom and opportunities because it does not have […]

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Recap of Lower Merion Football Game

Last week, everything was clicking in a 49-21 win over the Lower Merion Aces. Any win is an important win for the Jaguars in getting a high seed for the playoffs. This may not have been a nail biting, roller coaster ride like the Springfield game, but it was a great experience for the Jags. […]

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Methods to STOP Procrastination

We all tend to procrastinate. Whether that be watching Netflix knowing that one has a test to study for or playing video games rather than completing assigned homework. Many students have developed this awful habit to the point where it has a visible, negative effect on them. Here is a compiled list of scientifically proven […]

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Finance Club: New!

A common way in which to collaborate and formulate ideas at Garnet Valley High School, a new club has recently been created… Finance Club! This club deals with a variety of economic related topics, and the officers are planning to have members become involved in various activities, including discussing current events regarding finance, inviting speakers […]

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Get Up and Brace the Day

By: Julia Lennon It’s tough. Getting up as a teenager early in the morning and being sent off to school immediately for hours and hours is something that students in and outside of Garnet Valley High School struggle with. For students who have trouble waking up in the early morning, here is some crucial advice […]

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How to Handle a Heavy Homework Load

All students have to face it, as school is back in session… whether they want it to start or not. It can be difficult to ease back into the rapid buzz of school, especially trying to complete numerous homework assignments on time. In this modern, college-based society, grades are extremely important. Homework, if not submitted […]

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How Photography Influences My Daily Life

By: Olivia Collins When I was ten years old, my mom got me a coolpix camera for my birthday; this was my first time I experienced taking pictures. My first few pictures were horrible, as there was an over abundance of light in the photo, my subject was not the focal point of the picture, […]

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Looking for Alaska Book Review

By: Olivia Collins The book Looking for Alaska by John Green was my favorite summer reading novel and has been on my to-read list since last fall. This past summer, I finally was able to sit down and read this gripping novel and instantly fell in love with the storyline, characters, and writing style. Looking […]

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Blended Classes: The New Trend

By: Sebastian Morales A blended course at Garnet Valley High School is something that was newly introduced to me this year. At first, I had no idea whatsoever on what a blended class meant or how the class specifically operated. As this 2018-2019 school year is the last year before the high school changes the […]

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18 Pieces of Advice

Are you a freshman and do not have any idea of what to do in this newfound, overwhelming high school experience? The seniors are here to help you! Here is a playlist of some pieces of advice from real Garnet Valley seniors to help 9th graders have a safe transition from middle school and a […]

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STUCO Royal Brunch

This past Saturday, Garnet Valley High School’s amazing STUCO put together a wonderful fairytale experience for younger children called the Royal Brunch. The children were allowed to dress up as whatever fairytale characters they wished, and furthermore, some member of Student Council dressed up as princes and princesses too! It was a great time for […]

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Garnet Valley Girls Tennis: Easy Win Or Not?

Garnet Valley’s tennis team has been one of the greatest sports groups ever since the beginning of the tennis program at the high school. Tennis at Garnet Valley has had a long history of ruling the Women’s HS Tennis World. The present girls’ tennis team has been strong and consistent, the group’s valor and accomplished standard […]

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High School Musical Play Coming Soon!

Looking for a fun event to watch and experience this fall? The GVHS Drama Club is putting on High School Musical from November 15th-17th! Get ready to see the iconic Disney Channel story performed by the Drama Club’s talented cast of 6th-12th graders as they sing and dance the show in our very own auditorium. The […]

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HERE Zombie Run

It is very exciting to announce that the GVHS Club HERE, or Humanity in Ethnicity, Race, and Equality, is hosting a zombie run at Garnet Valley Middle School to raise money for the impactful, international hunger relief organization known as Rise Against Hunger. To clarify, a zombie run is essentially a race in which some […]

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Ninth Grade Orientation

9th GradeOrientation9th Gr Orientation Flyer 2019.pdf Wednesday, August 21, 2019TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.COST: $15.00 (includes lunch, gift, & locker fee) *Checks made payable to: “GVHS”Questions: Contact Mrs. Van Horn at (610) 579-7745 Please cut bottom portion & mail with payment to: GVHS552 Smithbridge Road Glen Mills, PA 19342

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PYOD Chromebook 2019

Rising 9th Graders (Current 8th Grade students) or ANY Student New to PYOD The district’s goal is to provide access to technology, in the form of classroom carts (iPads, Chromebooks, Laptops) in all K-8 classrooms with no fee for students or parents. All students in grades 9-12, will continue to have the option to bring their […]

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Still Haven’t Finished Your Summer Work?

2019 Summer Work Assignments GVSD Summer Assignment web page is located HERE. Please click on Elementary, Middle and/or High School to find links to the summer assignments for your student(s). Elementary students only have a summer assignment related to English/Language Arts & Reading, Middle School students have a summer assignment for English Language Arts, as well […]

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The New Schedule

How many courses can students take in the new schedule? Students can take up to 8 credits, similar to the existing schedule. However, students would be able to schedule a study hall and still meet the graduation requirement of 27.5 credits How long are the classes? 4 days of the cycle, class will be 56 […]

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Lunch and Learn

LUNCH AND LEARN What is Lunch and Learn? Lunch and Learn is a 63 – 67 minute block of time that occurs each day. Lunch and Learn happens during the middle of the day from 10:35 until 11:38 on non-block days and from 10:33 until 11:40 on block days. During Lunch and Learn teachers will […]

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It Is Not Too Late to Audition

Preparation for the Fall Show of “Hunchback of Norte Dame” has already begun with callbacks coming up soon on June 18th at 2pm. Missed auditions? Come by callbacks in the HS Chorus Room on Tuesday.

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Garnet Valley Summer Camp

As the school year comes to a close and the summer begins the one thing that doesn’t end is the Garnet Valley Drama Club!! Starting Monday June 17th at 8:00 summer camp will begin with dancing, singing, acting, and games. For the first time ever the students will perform in the pre-show for Mamma Mia!! […]

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Mamma Mia – Don’t Miss It

We’re getting really close to show night, and things have been going swimmingly! Since mid-March, some of the most dedicated and talented actors, dancers, and singers have been pouring their heart and souls into GVPAA’s production of “Mamma Mia”. We all like to have a little fun at practice, so here’s a little glimpse into […]

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Garnet Valley Graduation

Despite the rainy day, Garnet Valley Seniors had a great time at their graduation on Monday. Congrats to all of the graduates and best of luck next year!

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