New surveys and research done at Fountain Valley High School shows a correlation between classroom seating arrangements, and the style of learning and teaching in that classroom.
Domestic Violence Prevention Awareness Club helps raise awareness about teen dating violence by wearing orange every Thursday and putting statistics in the morning announcements.
On Feb. 9, 16 musicians from Fountain Valley High School participated in the 2017 District Honor Band Concert held in the Historic Huntington Beach High School Auditorium.
Five students from Fountain Valley High School won a statewide essay contest on the topic: Should school times start later? They will be traveling to Sacramento in March to discuss the issue with state legislators.
Here are your morning announcements for Wednesday, February 22nd: 1 in 4 teenage girls in a relationship report enduring repeated verbal abuse. Wear orange tomorrow for the last Thursday in February to show your support against teen dating violence. Tag your photos on social media to #Orange for love, #Love shouldnt hurt, and #Human Options. Congratulations to our Boys Tennis team, first match of the Spring Season starts off…
A student was seen with a fake gun following a FVHS home basketball game, leading to the cancellation of the Pack the Gym dance as a safety measure.
Students struggle going through a full school day with a lack of sleep, could starting school later be a possible solution?