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Garnet Valley School District to Go Forth With Hybrid Learning

By Ekjot Khurana After holding lots of meetings and making tough decisions, Garnet Valley School District has finally announced reopening its physical buildings! Starting in late September  a select number of special education students will be brought in. Throughout the end of September and beginning of October the grades will start coming in on a

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TOP 5 HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES NEAR GARNET VALLEY 2020

By Madison Carr Garnet Valley is one of the best areas for Halloween celebrations. Whether you like fall fun or haunted houses, there is something for everyone. These are top activities that are open for the 2020 season. Masks are required at all events. 5. Linvilla Orchards Linvilla Orchards is a staple in Garnet Valley

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High School Dual Enrollment: What is It?

By Brandon Gorski Want to get college credits before you even finish high school? Well, you can do exactly that by taking courses at Delaware County Community College & Community College of Philadelphia. Both colleges allow you to take courses online or in person (depending on the subject) across your core or elective classes. Many

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Ben’s Declassified e-School Survival Guide

By Ben Nguyen This guide is designed to keep you (and me) in shape during e-School at GVHS, which (if you have a really bad work ethic like me) will save your grades throughout the school year. Some of these tips may seem a little outlandish at first, but following these will help maintain the

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Should College Board Have Continued With AP Exams?

On April 3rd, College Board released official details regarding Advanced Placement (AP) exams. Typically, each exam is around 2.5-3 hours long and tests a student’s knowledge on a certain college-level subject. If one scores high enough, he/she can receive college credit and save money on tuition. Responding to the Coronavirus pandemic, College Board developed 45

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GV Student Council Recognized Once Again

Earlier this month, the Garnet Valley High School Student Council was recognized by the National Association of Student Councils (NatStuCo) at the highest level of excellence. To meet the requirements for the National Council of Excellence Award, a student council must meet a variety of criteria. In addition to basic requirements such as a written

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