Admin Prepares for Halloween Scares

Grace Hsieh, Writer

October 22, 2018

Students are looking to carve out some good times this year for Halloween, but administration and staff are looking to keep the fear factor down for all students, especially underclassmen. In past years, giant groups of seniors have ...

Sea Kings Get Involved in Midterms

Alexa Stevens, Online Editor

October 22, 2018

For the first time in two years, those eighteen years and older are able to vote in the midterm elections - including several PVHS seniors. These elections are crucial to local politics, yet are not often seen as such due to t...

Sea Kings Transfer to Rydell High

Isabella Firmani, Writer

October 16, 2018

This year’s Homecoming week was a time for Sea Kings to bring on their school spirit and have a blast while doing it. With the theme of Grease, PVHS had an incredible time summer lovin’ all the way to the Homecoming game and dance.

New Faces in the Classroom

Heather Bryant and Sarah Liu

September 21, 2018

Every year brings in new changes, and this school year is no different with the addition of four new teachers to the staff.   This year, Carmen Avila has joined the teaching staff as a Spanish 2 and Spanish 3 MCR teacher. Pr...

A Local Sweet Treat Returns to PV

Emma Conkling, Writer

September 20, 2018

After the closing of local favorite Yummy Yogurt caused an outcry from many fans in the Palos Verdes community, one customer took it upon himself to keep the beloved franchise continuing.   The beloved Yummy Yogurt shop previously own...

A Night for Parents to Go Back to High School

Isabella Ruiz, News Editor

September 20, 2018

As PVHS students and teachers adjust to new schedules, tonight parents will get their own taste of the excitement at Back to School Night. A significant and anticipated tradition of all high school campuses, Back to School ...

Saving the Environment, One Straw at a Time

Natasha Stein, Writer

September 20, 2018

Only 9% of the plastic utilized everyday throughout the world is recycled, according to a study by National Geographic. A majority of the remaining trash that is not recycled ends up in oceans or landfills. Various articles ...

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