Jaguars Look to Maul the Cougars

The Jaguars look to continue their undefeated conference play this week as they battle against the Springfield High School Cougars (1-1). The game is set for 7:00pm this Friday and the weather looks to be quite threatening with a good chance of rain and the high reaching 55ºF. The jags will most likely rely on […]

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Liquid Water Found on Mars

“Liquid water has been found on Mars”: the defining statement of Nasa’s press conference. On September 28, 2015, Nasa revealed to the world that they have found examples of liquid water on the surface of the red planet. Nasa has noticed that during the warmer seasons in the planet, dark streaks would arise on steep […]

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ABC’s New Premieres

Two new promising shows premiered on ABC last Sunday: Blood and Oil, and Quantico. Blood and Oil is about a young couple who move to North Dakota after the biggest oil discovery in American History. Blood and Oil stars Don Johnson as Hap, Amber Valletta as Carla, Chace Crawford as Billy, and several other characters. […]

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3rd Annual Garnet Valley Spring Invitational

On May 29th, Garnet Valley held its 3rd Annual Special Ed Invitational, an all day event where kids from different school districts come to Garnet Valley and participate in many fun and exciting activities to support an important day. The Invitational conveys a few messages Garnet Valley strives to teach; Community, Respect, and that every […]

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What’s Up With Keystones? And How Do they Affect Us?

The Keystone exams are assessments taken at the end of a course. They are designed to test proficiency in a variety of different courses. At Garnet Valley, the spring Keystones will begin on Wednesday May 13, 2015. The Keystones that are required for graduation include the subjects of Biology, Algebra 1, and Literature. The Keystone […]

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The Timeline of an AP Test

2:30 pm the day before, The bell rings and the day before is here. You’ve had the date of the test circled on your calendar since September. You’ve taken the course, and done your preparation, and now it’s time to actually take the test. You head home intent on studying all night. 3:15 pm, You’ve […]

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A Local organization, Save the Valley, Aims to Do Just That

The following statement comes from Save The Valley’s website: Along Route 202, Concord Pike, straddling the PA-DE State line, there is a place that most people in Garnet Valley simply call The Valley.  To locals, The Valley or Beaver Valley is a hidden gem, a secret spot, a beautiful ride, and a place of peace […]

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Jags Rally Late for a Shanfeldt Walk-Off Over Conestoga

A light breeze blew up some infield dirt as the Conestoga infielders took their pre-pitch routines. Lehigh commit Jeff Shanfeldt (Catcher) was up to bat with bases loaded. The pitcher stepped onto the mound, and got ready to throw. After going through his wind up, he threw the ball. Jeff took his step towards the […]

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AP Testing Schedule

Monday, May 4th 8 am: Chemistry & Environmental Science 12 pm: Psychology Tuesday, May 5th 8 am: Calculus AB & Calculus BC 12 pm: Chinese Language and Culture Wednesday, May 6th 8 am: English Literature (12th grade) 12 pm: Japanese Language and Culture Thursday, May 7th 8 am: Computer Science A & Spanish Language  Friday, […]

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Seniors Show off their Commitments on #DecisionDay

As the end of the 2014-2015 school year comes to a close, the annual national college decision day, May 1st, has snuck up on us yet again. Seniors are showing their pride for their respective schools in the form of shirts and sweatshirts. Some underclassman are joining in on the festivities by touting their college […]

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