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California Scholarship Federation Welcomes Freshmen

Maya English, Editor February 1, 2022

In the spring semester of school, all students at PVHS become eligible to participate in California Scholastic Federation (CSF). During the fall, only freshmen who were members of the California Junior...

Erin Walsemann
Grade 12
“My New Year’s resolution was to drink more water because I don’t do that enough during the day. I have been doing it by filling up my water bottle before school.”

Person On The Street: What are PVHS Student’s New Year’s Resolutions?

Laney O'Donoghue, Publicist February 1, 2022
New Year, New Vikes! PVHS students declare their new change for positive growth, and tell if they are sticking true to it.
New and Creative Spirit Days Set to Impact PVHS

New and Creative Spirit Days Set to Impact PVHS

Yarah Radaideh, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

Spirit days are an integral part of PVHS. Not only is it an opportunity to support your school, but it is also a way to encourage a positive and fun learning environment by expressing oneself through lively...

Senioritis Starts to Affect the Senior Class

Senioritis Starts to Affect the Senior Class

Henley Roy, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

As spring semester begins, students in their senior year at PVHS are reaching the final stretch of their high school education. Around the country, seniors are notorious for slacking off during their final...

Art by Grace Montgomery

Artists at PVHS

Rida Rehman and Jaycee Ashcraft October 7, 2021

PVHS is a community filled with artists who use their creative process to express themselves and interact with others through their original sense of style. Senior Ben Matalavage is currently taking...

Ronja Sesterhenn, a junior foreign exchange student from Germany, visits Disneyland for the first time with her host family.

Foreign Exchange Students Return to Campus

Henley Roy, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

Last school year PVHS was missing a key part of its student body: foreign exchange students. Although small in number, this important group of students enhances the diversity within the community and enriches...

Many new PV students came to the Freshmen Tailgate in September to play games and eat burgers!

Freshmen Share their New Experiences from School

Ashita Kumar, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

PVHS introduces a new freshman class to add to our bunch of students and they are more than eager to start their high school journey. But coming to high school is a huge jump from their previous classes...

Siblings on Campus Coexist

Siblings on Campus Coexist

Eliana Truong, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

How do students feel about having siblings on campus? From students' perspective many say it is enjoyable to have their family members at school, while others completely ignore them. In Pleasant Valley...

PVHS Color Guard Positively Contributes to Viking Spirit

PVHS Color Guard Positively Contributes to Viking Spirit

Laney O'Donoghue, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

The PVHS School Color Guard, led by captain Abigail Blair, is an accomplished group. Although a large majority of the team graduated this past spring, Blair aims to get the team back on track to enhance...

Landon Williams, James Behlke, Ned Joyce, and Bryson Howell pose in their blue out/under the sea outfits at a football game

PVHS Cancels Almond Bowl Rap 2021

Maya English, Editor October 6, 2021

The Almond Bowl has one of the biggest turnouts for high school football games at PVHS. The game is played between PVHS and their rival team CHS. There is typically a spirit week to celebrate and a rap...

“Mr. Keating is my favorite part of being a PV student. He makes learning math so fun and entertaining. He’s awesome!”
Kayla Batista, Senior

Person on the Street

Yarah Radaideh, Staff Writer August 28, 2021


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