Category Archives: Juniors

See You Later

Goodbyes can be hard. Nowadays, there’s numerous other words to address it:“bye”, “see you later”, “adios.” Still, it only serves one purpose, it’s what you say when you part with something or someone. I never expected to be saying it now. I’ve said a lot of goodbyes in the past 16 years of my life.

Homecoming Day 6

It was that time of year again where Saint Genevieve Parish Schools paraded down Roscoe Boulevard for its annual Homecoming Parade. Students and faculty were in high spirits as each class began their day building floats and later showing off that Valiant Spirit to Panorama City. The parade was a great end to yet another

Homecoming Day 5

The annual seven days of homecoming festivities at St. Genevieve High School once again took place during the week of October 19-25. The annual powder puff game and cheer-off, homecoming mass and homily delivered by guest speaker Darryl Strawberry took place on Friday. For the first event, all four grade levels piled into the corners

Homecoming Day 2: The Competition Continues

A bright, white-lit gym on a sunny Tuesday afternoon filled the place with heavy loud screams and people wearing various kinds of clothing. The second day of Homecoming week started off with small class hours, and generous activity hours. The day’s activities included music practice, flower power hour, and extreme musical chairs. The Valiants headed

Homecoming day 1: Starting the week off right

Kicking off homecoming week with flash mobs and tug of war was a success and had everyone at the edge of their seats to see who will win. The gym was filled with valiant spirit as everyone supported their class through the chaos of it all. Faculty and students were pumped to start the first

A Passion for Drawing

Delivered all the way from Mexico, Vanessa Salazar received a special package from her Tio. The contents inside opened a whole new world that lead to an imaginative and creative hobby. Vanessa was born into a very artistic family. Ever since she could remember, she would receive mail all the way from Mexico, containing numerous

A World Away: Coming to America

From the sun-filled grass meadows of the Philippines to the bustling cities of California, Junior, Chelsea Caringal continues on her journey living a world away from home. On April 25, 2010, Chelsea Caringal took in her first breath of America right after she touched down in Los Angeles International Airport with her mother. She was

What Golf Means to Johnny Garcia

Golf is a relatively new sport at Saint Genevieve High School, this is only their second season with the sport. But that, however, does not mean that junior Johnny Garcia is a newbie to the sport. Garcia has been playing golf since he was four. It all started when his parents bought him a golf

Dolly Ding

A process of hard work and dedication is what Junior, Dolly Ding, seems to be doing this year. When upon learning of  this speech contest opportunity in front of her, she was quick to take it. An endless time of pencil pushing, brainstorming, outlines, and a countless number of drafts, Ding spent many of her