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Helping Students Grow Through Speakers

A National School of Character is what Saint Genevieve is well known for. Saint Genevieve’s speaker series, also known as Character Formation, is to help students find out who they are and to help them develop into a mature person. Not a lot of private high schools have night schools, but Saint Genevieve likes to be the one that stands out of the crowd in a unique way.

Movie Review: Real Steel

Real Steel is a fictional film based on a futuristic setting were “Transformers” meets “Rocky.” Hugh Jackman stars as Charlie Kenton, who was a boxer but lost his title and career when robots took over the ring. Charlie now works as a promoter, putting bots together with the help of Bailey Tallet (Evangeline Lilly) in

Movie Review: Straw Dogs

David Sumner, played by James Marsden is a Hollywood screenwriter and his wife Amy Sumner (Kate Bosworth), who’s an actress, go back to her hometown to settle in her father’s home. It takes place in the South and in a town were everyone’s traditional. However, don’t be deceived by the wholesome nature of this community.

Strike it’s the Bowling Club

St. Genevieve High School is filled with several opportunities in which you are able to experience new things such as joining the bowling club. The St. Genevieve High School bowling club has been part of this school for about two years now. The bowling club moderators are Mr. Anderson and Mr. Hisel. The bowling club meets every Wednesday at Brunswick Matador Bowl in Nordoff and Balboa from four p.m to six p.m.

The Help

“You is smart. You is kind. You is important.” is the phrase that was taken home by those who saw the movie, The Help.

The last minute field-trip that took place on the 31st of August and 1st of September were the highlights of the week. Most people that went were amazed at the wonderful performance of Emma Stone as Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan, Viola Davis as Aibileen Clark, and Octavia Spencer as Minny Jackson. The Help was an incredible experience that left many of the students breathless.

Final Destination 5 Movie Review

Cheating death, omens and surviving a deathly event… Final Destination’s franchise continues with its fifth installment. The film begins with a similar prologue involving a bridge collapse that leads young individuals to seek their death. However, in this sequel, Nicholas D’Agosto, who plays Sam Lawton, foretells the other survivors deaths. Although the franchise has been criticized