Category Archives: School News

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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Science Olympiad Nabs Some Metal

The Science Olympiad team competed in the regional competition at Neumann University yesterday. Please join me in congratulating the entire team on winning fourth place overall. This is the team’s highest placing at the regional tournament. It qualifies the team to advance to the state tournament at Juniata College on 4/25. Contributing to the success

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GVPAA Hosts Very First Sensory Awareness Performance

By Katie Donaghy On Wednesday December 19th, the Garnet Valley Drama Club hosted their first sensory awareness performance. Kids ranging in all ages from Philly High Schoolers to our own Garnet Valley Elementary students were invited to have lunch and watch a performance of Seussical the Musical. All the kids that attended this performance were

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Get Ready Middle Schoolers!

By Robert Gamble The Garnet Valley High School Speech & Debate team is opening its doors to the Middle School! Starting March 19th, the GVMS Speech & Debate team will have the opportunity to attend our High School’s Thursday after-school meetings, which will be run by our high school members. This will be an extraordinary

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