Monthly Archives: September 2009

A trip to Georgia

Going to Georgia is a very special occasion for all who are going, like the choir, the BDT and the GDT. It’s a very exciting time for everyone, especially since this time they are going for president Jimmy Carter’s 85th birthday. The students will stage a full show for him and the other 600 people who will

The First of an Amazing Line of Valiant Masses

Most people would agree that spending an hour in a packed gymnasium amidst summer’s three digit weather is not the best way one would spend a Thursday afternoon. However, the world is lucky to have the Valiant community. They are “gonna live” under any type of weather or circumstance and still be able to exert

Brother Dan’s visit to St. Genevieve

Today Brother Dan gave us a chance to ask about his life. “I was born in a small town named Maystown, Georgia. My high school graduating class was only 27 students,” which is the size of just one of the classes in St. Genevieve. “I enjoyed it very much, he is good friend. I liked

Happy 50th Birthday, SGHS!

The 2009-2010 school year will definitely be one to remember! It is the historic 50th anniversary of St. Genevieve High School since its establishment in 1959. Despite a rocky stint in the 90’s, our humble  school has blossomed abundantly. It is fairly easy to tell that the Valiant community is growing steadily. With almost 600

“Footloose” Rehearsals Underway

The new fall musical is beginning production as the cast and crew work on the upcoming play.

Kick Out the Back to School Blues

Got the back to school blues? Stop! There’s 10 more months ahead and people need to get back into “school mode.”

Back to School Playlist

Going back to school may be difficult, but with a music playlist antheming the days of school, everything will be alright.

Rock the Vote

The button makers are in full swing, the posters are hung, and goodie bags are being passed out left and right.