Category Archives: Student Life

SG Seniors Advance in Lions Club Speech Contest

During the annual Lions club speech contest five seniors  competed, but only two students, Dolly Ding and Joelana Despard,  made it through the first round, earning them some money, and the chance to win more. The Lions Club Speech Contest is an annual contest currently in its 79th year. It gives students the opportunity to

Half the Team, Twice the Victory

After returning to the competition world last year, the Valiant cheer teams competed in the annual Sharp competition on March 26th at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Sharp International is the world’s largest cheer, dance, drill, and color guard competition circuit. High school, all star, pop warner and elementary teams from all over the nation travel

Miguel Garcia: “Stay Together, Play Together”

Through sweat, hard work, and determination, senior Miguel Garcia has transformed from from a child with a football to the prestigious Scholar-Athlete Award winner, selected by our principal, counselor, and coach. This award is given to players who have exhibited exemplary performances on both the field and at school. Miguel Garcia has been playing football

Judy Martinez: From Gentle to Evil

With the cast list already up, Judy Martinez landed herself the role of Lily, one of the villains in this year’s spring musical’s rare three-villain plot. Being the quiet and shy girl she is, Judy will transform from a sweetheart, to a villain with an appetite for wickedness. As a sophomore, Martinez has already accomplished

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.

Mark Martinez: Changing Cheerleading at Saint Genevieve High School

    Mark Martinez is everything but an average high schooler. While he is a part of some of the rigorous sports games he isn’t necessarily playing the game, rather he is cheering on the athletes. Mark Martinez is a cheerleader and is not ashamed of admitting it.    Though he has to face more difficulties

Combined, But Don’t Mix

Just a little bit over a year ago, St. Genevieve Parish Schools was born. Prior to that, there were two separate campuses, the elementary school and the high school.  Although they shared the same pastor, they had separate administration and separate activities. Now that these two campuses have combined, some view it as a blessing

Finding the Middle Ground

Christalle Cid Reporter for The Silver Script Trying to balance academics, extra curricular activities, a social life, and work is a load to carry on the daily. Although , having that extra cash in your pocket is tempting high school students tend to make work a priority rather than their academics. Being a working student

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.