The Point

The Point

The Point

To Do for 2022

Sea Kings Set Their Resolutions for the New Year
Staff December 17, 2021

“My New Year’s Resolution for 2022 is to get to a 225 bench. I will achieve this by lifting 6 days a week.  My resolution last year was to get back into the pool after my surgery on my wrist. I accomplished...

Continue Reading

“Sea King” to Do Good in the Community

Students share what they love most about volunteering
Staff November 10, 2021

Community Helpline “Community Helpline is a suicide prevention phone line run by volunteers.  People from all over the United States can call in and discuss their issues. The main goal of Helpline...

Continue Reading

Meet the New Teachers and Staff at PVHS!

Staff November 10, 2021

Megan Babcock                                                                                                            Student Support Specialist  What...

Continue Reading
This is Written Into Americas DNA

“This is Written Into America’s DNA”

In the wake of the Atlanta spa shootings, pleas to #StopAAPIHate have been amplified by the AAPI community. The Point breaks down the long history of anti-Asian racism that has led us to this moment.   The...

Continue Reading

A Penny For Your Thoughts

Economics teacher Chris Wilson answers some questions about personal finance and what students should know about saving and spending money.
Sarah Liu, Editor-in-Chief March 12, 2021

Q: When do you think kids should start opening bank accounts, and is there a benefit to saving when you’re young? I’m of the mindset that kids, with the help of parents or guardians, should start...

Continue Reading

What it Means to Be a…

May 2, 2019

Sea Kings discuss their identities. Students interviewed range from freshmen to seniors, students to teachers, and fashionistas to programmers. FASHIONISTA Grace Borden, Freshman “The biggest way...

Continue Reading

Staff Behind the Scenes

Grace Hsieh, Writer April 7, 2019

Most students at PV High aren’t here to see the work that goes into setting the school’s foundation. Take a deeper look into the lives of the people who keep the school alive and running. Tech Aids...

Continue Reading

Beyond the Classroom

Heather Bryant, Writer April 7, 2019

There are many teachers who contribute to the vibrant and active PVHS environment, whether it be organizing different events, being the advisor for clubs on campus, or just doing a lot in general for the...

Continue Reading

The Breakfast Club

Camilla Manis, Writer April 7, 2019

Teacher appreciation week took place March 4th through the 8th, sponsored by Palos Verdes High PTSA. Throughout the week, organizations like ASB and BTC highlighted our teachers’ hard work and showed...

Continue Reading

Better Together

Chloe Slome, Writer April 7, 2019

While students spend about five hours a week in class with their teachers learning, this does not include the lunches teachers give up or after school sports practices they coach. Teachers are more than...

Continue Reading

The Do’s and Don’t’s of Romance

Camilla Manis, Writer February 21, 2019

For those who are confused on what is and is not appropriate to do in your romantic life, here is a list that will enlighten you all. Whether you are a teenager or an adult, have had multiple significant...

Continue Reading

Steamrolling Gender Roles

Seren Cho, Copy Editor February 21, 2019

After years of hearing, “It’s Sadie’s this year,” since I was a freshman, it actually happened. This year’s winter formal was considered girls ask guys, reversing the social norm of boys asking...

Continue Reading