On Saturday, June 3, various high schools within the district as well as outside companies contributed booths to create an interactive STEAM fair.
Lisa Battig will be marking two off her bucket list: going to the arctic circle and possibly seeing the Northern Lights as she has been recently accepted to do research with the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Learn more about the new class that FVHS plans to add to its curriculum this coming fall.
Crystal Banh (’18) and Nick Lee (’18) plan their new goals as ASB Club Commissioners for the 2017-2018 school year.
Mile Square Park is a treasure of wilderness including Egyptian Goose and Red-Eared Slider Turtles. Here’s a guide to the animals you can find inside the park.
A recent petition against ASB’s team bonding trip at Disneyland brought forth student opinions and clarifications by ASB President Carly Perri.
In this day and age, technology and the Internet have become integral to modern education, but can they effectively replace the presence of an educator, classroom, and classmates?
Here are your final morning announcements for 2016-2017 school year: Attention current Sophomores and Juniors interested in bidding for preferred parking for next year. Stay tuned for an online auction linked to the Supervision Web Page. Soon all eligible students can make a bid on the 16 remaining parking spots. The top 16 bids will win the yearlong preferred parking passes. Once the online auction goes live, Mr. Trocchio will tweet…
On June 4, FVHS will be holding its annual “Dancing with the Stars” performance. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7.
FVHS is welcoming three new hybrid-online classes next year: precalculus, ERWC and P.E.