Homecoming week is quickly approaching. Every year, the week leading up to the dance we dress up to show off our school spirit! We would like to encourage you to participate in all of the activities during the week, including the theme days. The themes this year are as follows: Tuesday 10/15: USA Day Wednesday 10/16: Pajamas
Field Hockey Wins! They clinch (at least a share of) the 1st Central League title in school history. Soccer also takes a win!
Garnet Valley Performing Arts Association October 2019 GVPAA TODAY “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”: Production Notes The GVPAA cast has been dancing and singing their hearts out in September. Choreographer, Gina Veith began with two major dance numbers, “Topsy Turvy” and “Rhythm of the Tambourine”. Vocal groups rehearsed Act I with music director, Krista Thomas,
By Sebastian Morales-Reyes 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 2020:
1. You are the captain of the ship. Being a stage manager is so much more than just calling cues. You need to act like a captain by being a trusted and respected leader, guide, and mentor but also pay it forward and trust and respect your team members. This includes your directors, production team, fellow stage
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By: Alec Eskin Garnet Valley’s winning streak is now at five after losing their 1st game of the year to Downingtown West as they beat Conestoga 56-28. Gv’s record on the road is now 2-1 on the road. They score an average of 44.3 points on the road and allow 27.3 points. They are currently
By Ben Nguyen It feels like every time I start a new year at Garnet Valley, I’m amazed at the ever-increasing talent of the incoming freshmen. Some come in with high SAT scores right off the bat, others have course loads I wouldn’t touch as a junior (let alone a freshman). What is the cause
By: Alec Eskin Garnet Valley had a great night on the field and off of it too. Last Friday was Pediatric Cancer Awareness night which helped raise money for the Four Diamonds organization. Overall, the night was a huge success and as Mini-Thon raised $2,963.53 to the Four Diamonds organization. A huge congratulations to the