Monthly Archives: October 2015

Homecoming Day 7: Fantasea One Yacht

After two years of the Homecoming dance being at the same venue it was time for a change. However, the school stepped it up and decided that this years venue is the Fantasea Yacht in Marina Del Rey.   A line formed outside the Yacht around 7:15. The salty breeze tousled curled hair and corsages

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

Homecoming Game

  On October 24, 2015 the Valiants had their biggest battle yet against Saint Monica and their efforts paid off and kept them in the lead for most of the game but in the end they did not prevail. With a few seconds off the clock, Saint Genevieve made a touchdown in the first quarter but

Homecoming Day 3

 The gym was packed with students from both the elementary side and the high school side. There was loud non-stop cheering that kept the students, and faculty energized. It’s day 3 of Homecoming! It consisted of Extreme Basketball, class chants, Extreme volleyball, and for the elementary side Extreme Red Light, Green Light. Also at the

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

Mercado Buenos Aires

  The exterior of Mercado Buenos Aires may not seem like much to the naked eye, but once you walk in, the simplicity of the outside proves to not only be misleading but modest to the culture inside. Having already stepped in, the first thing you  may notice is the fresh meat produce and although