Category Archives: Events

Valiants Learn About the Armenian Genocide

Vanessa Salazar Reporter for The Silver Script On an early Friday morning, the St. Genevieve community walked from school to The Plant to watch a movie called The Promise based off of the Armenian Genocide. As grades were called one by one, teachers and students made their way to the theaters and by 9am, the

The King and I

Fatima Hernandez a Reporter for The Silver Script  The King and I was St. Genevieve’s first revival of a musical and was performed on April 6, 7, and 8. The musical was revived to introduce alumni to the Inspirational Building in hopes that they will join the campaign. The King and I features a British school

Dr. Durley Visits St. Genevieve

Vanessa Salazar Reporter for The Silver Script Dr. Gerald Durley, a civil rights activist, an influential leader, and a pastor, visited the home of the Valiants to speak about his life’s accomplishments.. Durley’s wife, Muriel, unable to attend due to an illness, joined via Facetime as the Valiants gathered together to pray for her health. Dr.

Hidden Figures Field Trip

Vanessa Reyes Reporter for The Silver Script The freshmen along with upperclassmen in Ethnic Studies went on a field trip  to watch the movie Hidden Figures on Thursday, February 9th. “ I wanted to take my freshmen students to see Hidden Figures, because I think it’s important for them to know about the contributions of

Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple: Senior Field Trip

From the busy streets of Panorama City to the peaceful landscape of Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple in Hacienda Heights, the seniors of Saint Genevieve took a day off from school to learn more about this world religion last Tuesday, November 10. Senior World Religion teachers, Mr. Yumul and Mr. Dinkha, brought all of their religion

Kairos 28 & Living the Fourth

 45 high school seniors boarded a bus headed to Circle V Ranch in Santa Barbara on October 27, 2015. The students shifted anxiously in their seats, unbeknownst to the four days ahead of them.        Kairos-meaning God’s time- has been a part of St. Genevieve High School for nearly ten years. Led by Campus Minister Mr.

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 4

   Homecoming day four was the first night school of the week. Students dressed up as their favorite tv, movie, or fantasy character and started the evening with classes. The activities for the evening consisted of Lip Sync Battle, Extreme Dodgeball, and Dancing with the Valiants.   “The events of the day were really fun