The Point

The Point

The Point

College Application Season

Sophie Brenton December 18, 2015

Fall, a time where the summer starts to fade away and hard work comes in to play. For seniors all around the nation this is one of the most stressful times of their entire lives. Why you may ask? It’s...

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Korean Delegation Visits PVHS

Korean Delegation Visits PVHS

Andy Kim December 18, 2015

From the cool ocean breeze to the vast view of the ocean, privilege is something Sea Kings can easily take for granted. The school hosts great teachers who spend their time to help their students understand...

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How Do You Feel About the New SAT?

Isabelle Spelta December 18, 2015

For years, High School juniors and seniors all around the United States have crammed, studied, and stressed for the one test that would be a factor in where they would attend college. This year,...

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Return To Form in Mock Trial

Return To Form in Mock Trial

Dustin Hartuv November 18, 2015

Mock Trial has seen a new approach to format due to the return of instructor Tecia Barton. Perhaps the most recurring answer to the question of a high schooler’s preferred future profession is why they...

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Capstone Reimagined

Carolina Silver November 18, 2015

Palos Verdes High School is a hub of constant movement and circulating news, but one change that has grabbed everyone’s attention is the Capstone redesign. Past seniors were required to do the mandatory...

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Black is the New Red

Black is the New Red

Isabelle Spelta November 18, 2015

Ten years ago, what is considered to be one of the most spirited high school student sections in the South Bay was formed. Red Tide was created in 2005 when a senior at the time, Dane Bryant, organized...

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Boccia, Thanks for the memories

Diamond Naga Siu June 4, 2015

On amuggy August 2013morning, the chatter merely subsided to a hum as a bearded Italian man stood before 400 or so juniors in the Palos Verdes High School (PVHS) gym. Filling the air with stories of the...

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The SBAC Fiasco

The SBAC Fiasco

Dustin Hartuv June 4, 2015

It is often said that surmounting challenges is an obligatory component of life, and no matter how unjust circumstances may appear to an individual, he/she is ultimately forced to overcome and try his/her...

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PV Skate Park

Kevin Bailey April 29, 2015

In the Palos Verdes community, many people want a skate park in the neighborhood, and there is one organization doing as much as they can to get one.  SkateParkPV is an organization of about eight people...

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Taking An Alternate Path

Sian Oberman April 29, 2015

In today’s society, there is immense pressure to go to a university immediately after students graduate high school. Despite this “typical” chronological sequence of events following graduation,...

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Sea King Hidden Talents

Isabelle Spelta April 29, 2015

The students of Palos Verdes High School are some of the most extremely talented and high achieving out there; however, it is the hidden skills of these students that are the most impressive. Those who...

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A Student’s Retreat

Dustin Hartuv April 29, 2015

When one walks through a high school, students are commonly heard groaning about their grueling workloads.  They grieve daily about finding tranquility in the middle of their unending supply of work hurled...

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