Our adventure this week takes us down PCH to Newport Harbor. Contrary to our past few adventures, there will not be much dirt on this trip. On this trip you will be on a peninsula – Balboa Peninsula to be specific. There are many things to do in the Balboa area. At the start of [...]
By Tue Duong Enthusiastic students toiling away at laborious tasks, the smell of fresh mulch filling the air, newly planted seedlings and trees decorating the scenery: these are all descriptions that make up School Beautification, also known as Pride Day, which took place on March 24, 2012 from 8:00-12:00. The event was sponsored by Angelus [...]
The Barons ended their season in the first round of CIF against defending champions, San Clemente. A 1-2 loss to #4 ranked San Clemente sent the Barons back to Fountain Valley rethinking the match, and reminiscing about a season with so many could haves, yet one of their best in many years. The Barons signed [...]
There have been many rumors circulating around campus about International Week being canceled. Sadly, half of it is true. International Week will not be taking place during school hours like it always has. For those who do not know what International Week is, it is a 3-day event during lunch for FVHS clubs to sell [...]
Girls Varsity Soccer tied Edison 1 to 1 in double over time. Photographed By: Tyler Rose Ratzlaff
ASB held an “Alice’s Winterland” sports assembly on the 20th of January (even though the students’ planners state the assembly is in December). It featured all of FVHS’s winter sports team, the ASB committee, color-guard, dance team, and the cheer team. ASB set the mood with something different, staging black lights and making student’s white [...]
The 123rd Tournament of the Roses Parade has been an American New Years tradition since 1890. This year’s theme is ”Just Imagine…” and the Rose Parade will feature 43 floats with exotic flowers and seeds, 21 bands, and approximately 400 horses. The manpower put into decorating every single float is enormous. Volunteer opportunities were provided to [...]
During their last episode, BBN announced that their news program is moving out of English class to third period SSR so that all students and teachers will see the BBN at the same time. Today, that dreaded change begins. When asked for reasons why this change was taking place, Mr. Herzfeld said,” It has [...]
FVHS photographer, Thomas Warloe ’13, captured the lunar eclipse from beginning to end Saturday morning from his yard in Fountain Valley. Click here to see the full size image.
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