Category Archives: Local News

Award-Winning Author to Discuss Her Career with Garnet Valley Students

Message from Patrick Li: Next week, Literature Club is offering the unique opportunity to hear from an award-winning author! Canadian writer Siobhan Carroll will talk about her career and stories, including the historical fantasy novelette For He Can Creep (https://www.tor.com/2019/07/10/for-he-can-creep-siobhan-carroll/), the science fiction story The Airwalker Comes to the City in Green (https://www.asimovs.com/assets/1/6/ASF_NovDec2019_TheAirwalkerComes_Carroll.pdf), and the culinary story The War of Light and

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Garnet Valley Mini-THON Shirts Now Available!

Message from Mrs. Griego-Boruch: Mini-THON 2021 T-shirts are now available for purchase! If you would like to purchase a T-shirt please click the link below. All shirts cost $15 each and payment options appear on the form. Students do not have to participate in Mini-THON in order to purchase a shirt and participants will not automatically receive a

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Everything You Need to Know About Newsies at Garnet Valley High School

Here you will find information pertaining to the GVPAA spring musical, Newsies!

Unite for Her Pink Day

On May 7th, Garnet Valley High School’s Unite for Her Club will hold a pink day in order to raise breast cancer awareness. Students and staff are encouraged to wear pink on this day. If you don’t own any pink apparel, don’t worry, as Unite for Her is pleased to announce the launch of their

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GVHS Steam Buddies to Hold Virtual Event

Message from STEAM Buddies: The high school STEAM Buddies club is hosting our annual STEAM Eventvirtually this year. We are excited that in spite of the obstacles we face, we are able to bring thisexperience to the young students of Garnet Valley. This virtual event offers a safe and easilyaccessible way for students in grades

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“My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” Album Review

By Ryan Croke Ah, yes. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Kanye West’s magnum opus. Arguably the most iconic hip hop album of the 21st century, if not all time. An album that has to be listened to by every hip hop and music fan in general. A critically acclaimed album loved by Kanye’s millions of

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“To Kill A Sunrise” Album Review

By Ryan Croke On March 19, rapper Kota The Friend dropped his newest album: a brief, 10 track collaboration with producer Statik Selektah titled To Kill A Sunrise. I have just recently been getting into Kota’s music, and I have some thoughts on the new project from him I wanted to share with you. I

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How to Make a Reusable Mask

By Lila Troum A new, (potentially) fashionable staple in everybody’s lives nowadays: a mask. Whether you use a disposable one or a reusable one, wearing a mask is important and critical to wear in a public setting. I’ve been sewing for around eight years now, and last April I picked up the trick of learning

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Law Day Essay Contest

The paralegal studies faculty at Delaware County Community College is pleased to announce that they will be holding an essay contest in honor of Law Day 2021. This year, the topic is: Advancing the Rule of Law Now. Students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to participate. The deadline for submission is April 5th, 2021. Further

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The Thoughts of Two Essential Workers Living in a Pandemic

By Rachel Jason Essential workers played influential and major roles in America and around the world this past year. The term “essential worker” includes medical workers, teachers, transportation workers, grocery store workers, and many others. They have risked their physical, social, and mental health to keep our society stable.  Keith Layman and Miriam Jason are

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