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ADHD Support at PVHS

Zara Deen, Reporter October 7, 2022

ADHD awareness has grown from one day a year to the full month of October. ADHD, a brain disorder, affects around 9% of teenagers ranging from grades 9 to 10 in California.  ADHD can affect a student’s...

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(Image Courtesy of Nicole Thompson)

What’s Behind the Curtains This Fall?

Drama department to put on One Man, Two Guvnors
Olivia Kao, Reporter October 7, 2022

As the new school year begins, it’s only fitting that students and staff in the drama department are beginning to curate a distinctive production to put on later this fall. Whether it’s on the stage,...

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Who’s New? Introducing New Administration, Counselors, Staff Members

Luka Ardon and Chloe Choi, Centerspread Editors October 7, 2022

As an already beloved member of the Sea King family, Dane Hill needs no introduction. From PVHS student to soccer coach to history  and AVID teacher, he is now taking on a new role: Associate Principal....

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I Declare Day 2022

I Declare Day 2022

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!
May 25, 2022

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Pint-Sized Stories

Chloe Choi and Luka Ardon, Reporters April 7, 2022

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Who is Ketanji Brown Jackson?

Chloe Choi, Reporter April 7, 2022

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Sophomore Mia Dominguez delivers her poem at the Slam Poetry event on  March 22. (Photo courtesy of Grace Trester)

Tradewinds Takes the Podium with Slam Poetry

Meeka Rahimi, Reporter April 7, 2022

In March, the students who create the poetry magazine, Tradewinds, hosted their annual slam poetry night.   “I think the poems from this year were much better, they seemed to be more developed and...

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(from left to right) Matthias Yee, Grant Walther, Sam Malekzadeh and Will Bray listen intently to the next Scholar Quiz question. Their team took home the championship. (Photo by Luka Ardon)

PVHS Students “Go for the Green” at 2022 Scholar Quiz

Victoria Nolan, Reporter April 7, 2022

Scholar Quiz, Palos Verdes High School’s annual high-intensity trivia battle, is known for inciting scholarly enthusiasm and exciting students with the opportunity to exercise their knowledge through...

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UC Davis Researchers to Prevent a Crop Catastrophe

Ella Sherry, Online Editor April 7, 2022

As the world’s climate changes, crops have to change along with it.  Around 1.1 million tons of common wheat are produced in California each year. Wheat is a vital grain in the human diet being the...

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25 Seasons, Many More Memories

Remembering “Arthur” as it comes to an end
Aidan Sun, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2022

After 25 seasons and 253 episodes, the beloved PBS Kids show “Arthur” came to an end on Feb. 21 with its final episode, “All Grown Up.” The product of Marc Brown, who authored the original “Arthur...

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Choreo Dancers Leap Into Spring Concert

Sierra Namvari, Photography Editor April 7, 2022

PVHS’ annual Spring Choreo Concert was a hit to all students and audience members. The show has a different theme every year, this year being “An Evening of Dance and Music.”  “In the past...

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(Graphic by Aidan Sun)

Masks No Longer Required in Schools

Lucia Ruiz, Features Editor April 7, 2022

On March 12, almost two years after the emergence of COVID-19, L.A. County ended its mask mandate and allowed school operators to decide their rules for masks.  An email from Superintendent Dr. Cherniss...

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