By Arianna D’Italia The latest performance of the GVHS drama club will be Seussical the Musical. Preparations for the show are in full swing, as rehearsals have been occurring for about a week and a half. The cast is hard at work learning choreography taught by Miss Gina Veith, and songs taught by Krista Thomas.
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By Ben Nguyen The Garnet Valley Hi-Q team (pictured below) crushed their competition last Friday at their second meet of the year, earning 75 points against rival schools Monsignor Bonner/Archbishop Prendergast High School and Springfield High School; their score in this meet of the quiz-bowl competition broke the existing all-time record for most points scored
In Mr. Layman’s Current Issue classes, students have been writing and researching world issues such as climate change and income equality. The one topic that students spent 2 weeks discussing is the vaping epidemic. Students were able to watch a documentary about vaping which showed two sides to the issue. E-cigarettes such as Juuls were
Good luck to Alex O’Connor, Devin Ighile, Ben Kutz, Gavin Roberts, Tanuj Gaikwad, Anindya Das, Harry Markel, Kevin Tang, James May, and Shem Kimas they will be competing in the first-ever, high school vs high school Super Smash Bros crew battle in the country! The event starts at 3:30 and can be viewed live on Twitch.tv/AvonGroveEsports.
GV MORP- the backward prom- is finally back again! A casual and fun dance that will be something for everyone! MORP is a blacklight dance including neon painting, dancing, food, and is a time you will never forget! MORP will take place in the GVHS cafeteria and gyms on Friday, January 31st from 7-10 pm.
Congratulations to the following students who qualified for FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) State Leadership Competition, which will be held in early April: Event Place First name Last name Accounting II 1 Christopher Smargiassi Business Ethics 1 Rachel, Kristin, Christine Appelbaum, Deaver, Palmer Business Law 1 Srikar Mandava Economics 1 Nathan Chen Emerging Business
Many people have lauded 2020 as the beginning of a new decade. However, history suggests otherwise. According to Craig Callender, a professor of philosophy at UC San Diego, there is no “year zero” in our current calendar. Therefore, the only way to measure decades is to start them ending in one. Introduced in 1582, the
End the year with great pizza while supporting GVHS Mini-THON! This Sunday, from opening to closing at MOD, a portion of your purchase will go into support of pediatric cancer support, awareness and research. Just say you are there to support GVHS Mini-THON and 20% of your total meal cost will be donated towards the
By Karthik Reddy & John Teng The Delaware County elections happened on Tuesday, November 5. The political forces that clashed last year showed no signs of letting up this year, as both Democrats and Republicans flocked in droves to place their votes in the election. Outside of the Delaware County area, divisive moves by President
Boy Scouts can be a fun, challenging, and very rewarding experience. In Boy Scouts, teens can learn skills that will help them later in life, such as communication, how to be a good citizen, and how to administer first aid. Scouts learn these skills through merit badges, where they learn about a subject, and complete