Capstone 2.0

Natanya Faitelson

November 24, 2015

At the beginning of the year, during the first school assembly, Seakings received a notification from their principal Dr. Park that would completely transform their senior and junior years. The long and strenuous senior research...

Required Readings

Allie Cromer

June 4, 2015

There is nothing more exciting than sitting down with a depressing book assigned by your English teacher.  Not only do you get to spend hours trying to decipher the old English it is written in, but you also have no clue who...

Lettuce Eat More Responsibly

Alison Millman

June 4, 2015

Lots of people emphasize the importance of healthy living and eating. However, many do not understand exactly the best type of lifestyle that is most beneficial for not only personal health, but also the health of the environment...

Hilary 2.0

Natanya Faitelson

June 4, 2015

The year has finally come that the United States of America could possibly have its first female president.  In early April 2015, Hillary Clinton publicly announced that she will be running for president in the upcoming 2016...

Letter to the Editor

June 4, 2015

Dear The Point Staff, Mr. Mirosavich and Fellow Sea Kings,   After reading the article titled Red Tide Reborn?  I felt an overwhelming responsibility to share how much Palos Verdes High School has meant to me and to...

Summertime Happiness

Nicole Mar

June 4, 2015

Since senior year is coming to a close, I wrote down a list of places to go and experience before graduation. Hollywood Hike Wow, this one seems so cliche. I always see pictures of people hiking up to the Hollywood sign, ...

Dear PVHS,

Dear PVHS,

June 11, 2014

Best Classes at PV High

Grace Rehault, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

In my four years at PV High, I’ve taken a lot of classes, some of which were terrible and others of which were great. Save yourself the trouble of taking terrible classes and enroll in these ones I recommend instead! Latin: Underrated...

McDonalds: Not So McNice

Nicole Mar, Staff Writer

March 12, 2014

Most people are praised for giving back to others. However, this was not the case for McDonald’s employee Heather Levia in Olean, New York. Levia, a 23-year-old single mother was fired for her charitable actions. After working...

Syriously Syria?

Hannah Kim, Staff writer

October 29, 2013

         I wish the United States could be the “policeman of the world”. It would be great to have such a passionate country like ours protecting the rest of the world. But unfortunately, we don’t have the resource...

Teens Drive Cops Crazy

Grace Rehaut, Staff Writer

May 26, 2013

It seems to be a rule that was made to be broken. Friends entreat me to violate it, without the slightest sense of guilt. Smiling parents ask the same of me, as if they don’t see any problem with the situation. The rule is...

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