Month: February 2021

Big changes are coming to the SAT

By Paige Vanover     In a recent statement, College Board announced that they will be phasing out of SAT Subject tests and the SAT essay. Students will be able to take them until the June 2021 SAT.    College Board…

Bringing it all together with tacos

By Elliot Kantor So, you’ve learned how to cook rice without burning it, stir fries without launching vegetables everywhere, and pico de gallo without under-seasoning your tomatoes. Now it’s time to put it all together. The goal is to make…

Scholarship opportunities for the second semester

By Emma Jabbour    Now that we are in second semester, high school seniors are in the last home stretch before graduation. But with that excitement of college approaching, comes stress and big decisions, and many seniors are looking for scholarship opportunities. There are…

Boys basketball team now has highest win-loss ratio in history

By Rett Maritato Wins 18 Losses 2      Another perfect week for the sharks has brought them to 18-2, the best record in the school’s short history. Last Friday the sharks took on a tough Westside High School team in…

Boys Wrestling gets pinned by the competition

By Jack Polian On Jan. 29, the Sharks boys wrestling team traveled to Flagler Palm Coast for the Flagler Rotary Tournament. The Sharks matched up against Deltona, losing 42-27, and later against Deland by a tally of 42-35. Seniors, Rett…

Girls Soccer tries to get out of slump

By Chipper Jones    Ponte Vedra High School’s lady sharks soccer team has fumbled and fell off their previous 3 week winning streak. They’ve lost three consecutive games in an unfortunate turn of events however, in their recent game against…

New movies coming this year

By Rory Mayer    The year 2020 was an exceedingly challenging time for the entire world where anything considered normal and routine was stripped away. The Covid-19 pandemic effected the entire world in a multitude of ways including economically, physical health, mental health and countless more ways. With the new year the world can feel…

Evil eye

By Remy Cush    Despite the recent popularization of the evil eye in recent fashion and décor trends, this symbol holds a lot of value and history in any cultures. Originally, it was found that Mesopotamian artifacts from 3300 B.C…