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EXCLUSIVE: Interview With New Athletic Director Michael Harrison

🏈By Kennedy Rosendahl    This year, Ponte Vedra High School welcomes a new Athletic Director, Michael Harrison. Mr. Michael Harrison comes from six years of AD experience at Orange Park High School in Clay County. Mr. Harrison was also formally…

News Update: Mandates and Uprisings

By Matthew Aguilera Guinea: Military forces in Guinea declared the formation of a new government Monday, following the seizure of the thrice-elected President Alpha Condé several hours earlier. The move was immediately condemned by the United Nations and the African…

Nease Students Hijack PV Student Ticket Link for Rivalry Game

By Ben Black The Ponte Vedra vs. Nease rivalry reached new levels this week when it was discovered that tickets meant for Ponte Vedra High School students, sold on the online ticketing platform GoFan, had been purchased by Nease High…

!How to get your vaccine!

By Cade Greenwald    In the midst of the first pandemic since the twentieth century, the COVID-19 vaccine has significantly taken a positive effect on the Florida population. Starting off with the health care workers to the point where people…

Exclusive interview with superintendent Tim Forson- desk dividers gone next year?

By Chipper Carvin-Jones and Roberto Lachner    It’s become clear that even though the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel is visible, there’s still a long way to go before reaching full normality once again. In a CNN…

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…

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…

Deck the Chairs, save the environment

  By Natalie Decker The Jacksonville Beach community gathers at Deck the Chairs to view the beautiful lighted sculptures and is immediately drawn to the 100-foot plot of land, holding the massive octopus made almost entirely out of single use…

Perspectives on distance learning

By Chloe Goode    In these uncertain times our basic “norms” have been altered with the effect of upending people’s everyday lives. For the students, Covid-19 has meant a change in how they may receive their education. Whether it is…

2021 AP exams update

By Tucker Dimberg    College Board Advanced Placement Exams (AP Exams) are a daunting part of every student’s academic career. Last year, many were left dazed and confused after the dramatic altering of every exam to adapt to the COVID-19…