The Point

The Point

The Point

PV High’s Got Talent

February 11, 2015

Providing safe, drug-free youth activities for almost 13 years, Freedom4U, a South Bay non-profit, holds many events and programs every year for high school students to attend and use to their advantage....

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Ringing in the New Year with…Finals??

February 11, 2015

Winter break: the calm before the storm of endlessly studying for finals the following week. For many years, the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District has pushed finals week to occur after break,...

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Remember the Tritons

February 11, 2015

  Whenever one drowsily lies on the couch, attempting to watch the new episode of the show they adore after a strenuous week of school-work, it always seems that there is a sudden interruption...

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A New Superintendent on the Hill

Jiho Kahng, Writer October 23, 2014

Dr. Don Austin, has ventured a long way to end up as Superintendent of the PVPUSD. From team captain of the Bakers University Varsity Football team, to the most recent Assistant Superintendent of Huntington...

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California Snow Day

Taylor Morris, Writer October 21, 2014

Every year during the months of September and October, high temperatures can reach up to triple digits in Southern California. We all know this time of year, when our classrooms become an ovenand trying...

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PV students say “boo” to drugs

Kevin Bailey, Writer October 21, 2014

Not only is the week of October 27th-31st extremely special because of Halloween, there is also another significant event planned: Red Ribbon Week. Dating back to 1985, the idea of Red Ribbon Week was...

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A Shattered Memory

A Shattered Memory

Dustin Hartuv, Writer October 21, 2014

For almost fifty years, a mosaic roughly six feet in diameter, representing the acclaimed symbol of PVHS - the Sea King, has hung above the stage in Sea King Park, representing our school’s pride and...

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The Dodger Blues

Sander Alley and Nathan Haring, Staff Writers June 9, 2014

After a very uplifting and positive season, a large portion of the Los Angeles Dodgers fans cannot watch games due to a television blackout. The Dodgers organization signed a 25 year deal valued at seven...

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Sea King Changes for Capstone

Sea King Changes for Capstone

Nicole Mar and Katie Walker, Staff Writers June 9, 2014

As the end of the 2013-2014 school year is coming to a close and AP tests are over, many students are very relieved. However, the plethora of changes to Capstone this year have left many Sea King students...

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New Reading Requirements

Taylor Moore, Staff Writer June 9, 2014

With the metamorphosis of the crumbling STAR into the more mature CommonCore, the state has thrown teachers a curve ball, leaving many red eyed underclassmen wondering if they will still get to enjoy a...

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Sean’s Run Slideshow

March 16, 2014

"Create joy and happiness in the lives of others" Sean Heffernan

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Technology at PV High

Melanie Beecher, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

“There can be infinite uses of new age technology, but if teachers themselves are not able to bring it into the classroom and make it work, then it fails” - Nancy Kassebaum. Palos Verdes High School...

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