A Sea King Seeking Her Roots

Isabella Ruiz, News Editor

February 21, 2019

Many high schoolers may log enough volunteer hours to bump up college resumes or satisfy their CSF requirements, but one Sea King is motivated to do the same for a completely different purpose, as she goes an extra 7,000 miles to do so.  Senior S...

Animating the Lives of Lunada Bay Students

February 21, 2019

PVHS Art Teacher, Kristy Jimenez and two of her Digital Animation students teach monthly drawing classes to the elementary students at Lunada Bay Elementary School. This year, the curriculum focuses on storytelling through illustrated cartoons. ...

Applications for The Point 2019-2020 staff

February 19, 2019

Apply to be a member of the 2019-2020 staff! We are looking for writers, photographers, and illustrators. Stop by Room 414 if you have any questions! Download the application and turn in to Ms. Ruiz in room 414 by March 8,...

Veganism: A Healthy and Popular Trend

December 21, 2018

Most people do not have to think twice about what they want to eat and what ingredients their food may contain. It is easy to go to a restaurant and order anything off the menu.  For vegans and vegetarians, it’s a whole dif...

Noah Whang

December 19, 2018

Noah is in his second year as both Sports Editor and writer for The Point. As a senior, Noah is sad to leave the program behind, but is grateful for all that he learned.

Seren Cho

December 17, 2018

Seren Cho is in her fourth and final year as a writer for The Point. Her sophomore year, she edited the News section, her junior year, she served as Editor-In-Chief, and now serves as Copy Editor, regulating design and content....

Have a Taste of Some of South Bay’s Great Cupcakes

Emily Typrowicz, Writer

December 3, 2018

Which cupcake shop in the South Bay is the best? SusieCakes, Cuppies, Pavilions, or Mayers Bakery? The South Bay has many cupcake shops, but one question remains: which one is the best? In a taste test, students were ask...

A Day in the Life: Pen vs. PV

Emma Conkling, Writer

December 3, 2018

Charlotte Cicero: PV Student 6:05~I get up out of bed.   6:20 ~I wash my face, brush my teeth, and then get my outfit. 6:25~ I have a glass of water. 6:35~After I let my skin settle I start to do my makeup routine...


Ivan Barron, Writer

December 3, 2018

It is no secret that conflict exists between some teens and local police forces. However, this year’s new program from the Palos Verdes Estates Police Department, Teens in Policing, is the department’s effort to encoura...

Red Ribbon Week Offers Realistic Experiences

Ryan Olarte, Writer

December 3, 2018

Every year, Be The Change (BTC)  promotes Red Ribbon Week around the campus; this year, BTC went as far as preparing a drunk driving simulator to show students the danger of alcohol. Students from Be the Change, led by Eng...

Affirmative Action Lawsuit

Sarah Liu, Writer

December 3, 2018

As college admissions are looming for high school seniors, a lawsuit against Harvard University has the nation’s attention, bringing to light the allegations of discrimination against Asian American applicants. The lawsuit, filed ...

Artists Reflect on the Heroes That Inspire Them

Heather Bryant, Writer

December 3, 2018

It’s the time of the year again when PVHS students interested in all facets of the arts (including photography, drawing and painting, and even filmmaking) enter into the annual Reflections contest for a chance to win among their...