From Dancing to Football, SLVHS Students Celebrated Homecoming Week

Did you attend San Lorenzo Valley High School’s Homecoming game and dance? Homecoming is a tradition of welcoming back former students and members and celebrating the organization’s existence. It is traditional in the United States and Canada. Homecoming was invented 100 years ago at the University of Missouri-Columbia when an athletic director Chester Brewer urged … More From Dancing to Football, SLVHS Students Celebrated Homecoming Week

Living in Singapore for Reid Uncovered How Globalization can Decrease Culture

One of the hardest parts of re-entering American society was writing about the difficulties of entering American society. Two years ago I went to Singapore, a small city-state in Southeast Asia, and brought with me the idea that to travel meant a total change in everything, not only in the way one lived his everyday … More Living in Singapore for Reid Uncovered How Globalization can Decrease Culture

Student Directed Play, “A Haunting We Will Go,” is on Track to be a Great Success

by Madison Reger A thrilling new production is coming to SLVHS this fall. “A Haunting We Will Go” directed by two of our seniors, Nick Payne and Jennifer Rodriguez, will be hitting the PAC October 26th. Student produced plays have had tremendous success over the years here at SLV, and this one is on track … More Student Directed Play, “A Haunting We Will Go,” is on Track to be a Great Success

SLVHS Students Share Their New Year’s Resolutions

It has become a tradition of people around the world to set resolutions to accomplish throughout the year. People usually make these resolutions to break bad habits or to start good ones. The very first known New Year celebrations were in Mesopotamia and date back to 2000 BC. Since then people celebrate the new year … More SLVHS Students Share Their New Year’s Resolutions

SLVHS Students Venturing Our during Thanskgiving Break

This year for Thanksgiving break, students are going on vacations to exotic places and were willing to share their thoughts. There are stories of fun adventures, cool places, and tons of excitement coming from the students, ready to be reunited with their families. The following students are: Erin Iwasyk, Zane Krikke, Caroline Rolander, Lindsey Peterson, … More SLVHS Students Venturing Our during Thanskgiving Break

SLVHS Students Preparing for Battle in Candy Corn Wars

The Skeleton War, the memes, and now, the Candy Corn Wars. Candy corn factions have already been formed, and October 31st could turn into a full-on bloodbath as tensions between candy corn enthusiasts and anti-corners begin to escalate. Candy preference has always been a topic once the spooky month rolls around, with candy trades and … More SLVHS Students Preparing for Battle in Candy Corn Wars

San Lorenzo Valley High School Comes Together as a Family for Homecoming

During the last week of September, the entire San Lorenzo Valley high school comes together as a family, eulogizing the school with spirit. Between the week filled with celebratory spirit days, the commemoratory rally, and the enjoyable homecoming dance, the school did a great job with this year’s homecoming. “I really liked how everyone came … More San Lorenzo Valley High School Comes Together as a Family for Homecoming

Is the cafeteria food getting worse at SLVHS?

Cafeteria food. Is it getting better or worse at SLVHS? Some say worse, and I would have to agree. The main concerns kids have are the food selections becoming worse in quality, and the portions getting smaller. Based on student responses, there are common favorite and least favorite options. The majority of students say that … More Is the cafeteria food getting worse at SLVHS?

SLV welcomes five new teachers to share their knowledge at our school

This year at SLVHS, students, faculty, and parents are greeted by a handful of new faces, as well as some familiar ones coming down from SLVMS. SLVHS’s new AP Bio and Agricultural Biology teacher, Aria Bauman, hopes to have a positive impact on students by making science more tangible and interesting. She has taught APES … More SLV welcomes five new teachers to share their knowledge at our school

Blind labrador retriever, Sage, rescued after missing for eight days

At the end of one of the darkest, wettest winters in memory, a bright spot has lit up the San Lorenzo Valley community in the form of an old, blind dog who went missing in the mountains for eight days has finally been found. On Feb. 24, the Cole family went to bed for the … More Blind labrador retriever, Sage, rescued after missing for eight days

Students share their plans for this spring break

Although few students are bold enough to say it to their teachers, who may surprisingly share the same sentiment, everyone is really tired of school. The daily grind has worn everyone down, and our exhausted adolescent minds are crying out for a break. But rest easy sleep deprived teens, for Spring Break is here. After … More Students share their plans for this spring break

Early January storm pummels the Valley into submission, and students into their homes, for one last day of winter break

January started off with possibly the worst storm the Santa Cruz Mountains has seen in over 20 years. On Monday, January 2nd, Santa Cruz County residents were warned of an approaching storm. With light rain a few days prior, many had already prepared for power outages and other issues. After living in the mountains, most … More Early January storm pummels the Valley into submission, and students into their homes, for one last day of winter break

Student responses provide eloquent insight to the feelings of the nation’s youth, following Presidential election results

After this year’s controversial election came to an end in early November, political newcomer Donald J. Trump slid into victory. He surpassed Hillary Clinton, an experienced politician. This unexpected win came as a surprise to most students at SLVHS, and as one can see in the survey, most were not happy. Out of 194 responses, … More Student responses provide eloquent insight to the feelings of the nation’s youth, following Presidential election results

What AP classes will be offered at SLVHS during the 2017-2018 school year?

Many incoming juniors and seniors, and even some sophomores, are having to decide whether or not they want to take on the challenge of an AP class. Even with the incentive of college credit and the admiration of their peers, most realize that these more advanced classes are formidable trials: college prep. AP classes, or … More What AP classes will be offered at SLVHS during the 2017-2018 school year?