Month: September 2021

Alaskan Adventures

By Tucker Dimberg    “One hundred bottles of milk on the wall, one hundred bottles of milk. Take one down, pass it around, ninety-nine bottles of milk on the wall…” This melody ran throughout the Chugach Mountain Range for a…

Homecoming court announced!

By Roberto Lachner From Left to right: Roberto Lachner, Grace Nuri, Russell Lucas, Alexis Lansdale, Mikey Stephens, Izzy Garcia, Jacob Gibbs, Lauren Patton, Chipper Jones Not Pictured: Caroline Hughes

Sharks Football Pull Even

By Kennedy Rosenhal    The Ponte Vedra High School football team won their recent game over First Coast High School with a final score of 27-7. This brings their record to 2-2. The sharks had controlled the whole game, and…

|All 2022 Clubs at PVHS|

Via Roberto Lachner Club Sponsor Advocating for Female Athletes Kathryn Kehoe American Sign Language Honor Society Meghan Hudson Asian Culture Club Megan Goyette Battle Buddies Lynn Walsh Beaches Go Green Nicole Chigounis BenefitJax Sarah Paddock Best Buddies Katherine Baer Biotechnology/Microbiology…

Your Favorite Rapper’s Favorite Rapper: The Life of MF DOOM

By Olivia Waletzke The 1990’s served as the Golden Age for hip hop, creating one of the most influential and creative artists of its time. Daniel Dumile, a British-American from Long Island, New York, used this time to expand on…

Fantasy Week Two Recap

By Ben Ritchie    Week three is upon us, and players values have changed from a crazy week two. One of the top performers was Cooper Kupp. Kupp caught nine passes for 163 yards and two TD’s totaling his fantasy…

Fantasy Week One Recap

By Ben Ritchie    Week one has come to an end, and there were many outstanding performers, one being Deebo Samuel who pulled in nine of his twelve targets for 189 yards and a TD for a total of 31.9…

Growing Up Adopted

By Leila Wickliffe    It may be surprising, but being able to know one’s origin is not a given for everyone. Many people around the world are adopted yearly both nationally and internationally. According to the Congressional Coalition on Adoption…

Class of 2025’s Freshman Fears

By Amelia McDonough    After riding the high of 8th grade, dropping down a peg to becoming high school freshman may bring on some fears at the beginning of the school year.    One of the most common fears amongst…

Cursive: The Revival of a Lost Form of Writing

By Ava DePersio Cursive is a style of writing that can be used to write down information faster, while also being in an elegant format. Even though cursive has been around, there has been a decline of its presence in schools. However,…