Monthly Archives: February 2009

Academic Awards Night Features A Special Guest

Academic Awards Night, and Oatess Archey, father of St. Genevieve Athletic Director Marlon Archey, speaks to the Valiants.

Unprecedented Turnout for Entrance Exams

On January 31, dozens of aspiring future Valiants came to take their entrance exams.

Competition team competing at UDA Nationals

The St.Genevieve Girls Competition Team competed at the UDA Nationals in Orlando, Florida. There were thousands of girls there competing to be number one. Would the St.Genevieve Lady Valiants come home with a win? Going into Prelims(first round of competition) there were 14 teams the Lady Valiants were up agaisnt. Only the top scoring teams

Singin’ in Georgia!

On March 4, 2009, the cast and crew of “Singin’ in the Rain,” all 56 of them, will be heading out to Georgia to give a performance of a lifetime.

“They are scheduled for three performances,” Mr. Deporto said,” one of Friday night and then two on Saturday.” And the expectations are high from both students and teachers.

Boys Soccer wins the first game of playoffs

Despite falling quickly by 2 points, the Valiants would rally in overtime to secure a 4-3 victory, and advance to the next round.

Break the Streak Week with Senior Night

St.Genevieve’s “Break the Streak Week” has officially started, but no streak could be beaten without support.  The girls varsity basketball and soccer teams will be having there senior night this Thursday February 12, 2009. It’s time for both of these teams to be supported and honored. The girls basketball team has been pursuing a tough

Basketball is a Sisterhood

Girl’s basketball has developed so much in high school sports in recent years. St. Genevieve is no different.

A visit from Arun Gandhi

On Monday January 26th St Genevieve got a historical visit from an amazing individual. The long awaited arrival of Arun Gandhi finally came to an end. He spoke of his grandfather Mahatma Gandhi and the great things he did in his lifetime. How he went on hunger strikes to get his words to be heard.