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Park View Hosts First Community Meeting about Fentanyl Crisis

Park View Hosts First Community Meeting about Fentanyl Crisis

Giveily Chavarria, Reporter December 19, 2023

From 19 fentanyl related overdoses overall last year, to matching that amount of overdoses in only the first few months of this school year, students and staff in Loudoun County Public Schools are facing...

Hilarie Burton on Park Views stage October 14th, promoting her newest book Grimoire Girl.

(Photo by Angie Ratana.)

Hilarie Burton Discusses “Magical” Upbringing in Sterling Park

Celeste Edwards, Reporter December 7, 2023

Over a thousand Park View High School students walk past their school seal, set in tile in the main foyer, every day, most likely with no idea that a celebrity helped create it.  The Park View...

Sterling Community Fights to Save Park Views Beloved Willow Tree

Sterling Community Fights to Save Park View’s Beloved Willow Tree

Ava Bogar, Natalia Valenzuela, and Abby Mirra December 7, 2023

Lauryn Helstrom, soon to be a Virginia Track and Field State Champion, as well as one of Park View High School’s most accomplished athletes, stepped into the Park View stadium for the first time in the...

Class of 26 Loses Homecoming Spirit Stick

Class of ’26 Loses Homecoming Spirit Stick

Hayden Lajoye, Reporter November 29, 2023

Competition between all four grades rose during the homecoming pep rally due to the sophomores winning the spirit stick at the first pep rally of the 2023-2024 school year. After an hour of standing and...

Hilarie Burtons Nostalgic Visit Home

Hilarie Burton’s Nostalgic Visit Home

Melanie Martinez, Reporter November 14, 2023

Coming home is an experience that brings a multitude of emotions for people. For author and actress Hilarie Burton, coming home to Sterling Park is an intimidating and emotional experience. Returning to...

Patriot Productions Presents: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

Patriot Productions Presents: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

Ash Strayer, Reporter November 9, 2023

As they start their 2nd year as a program, Patriot Productions opens with a captivating rendition of The Play That Goes Wrong: High School Edition, directed by Mary Rose Lunde, Park View’s theatre director....

August 28th’s sunrise in its full glory that many were unable to see from their position on the field. 

(Photo courtesy of Jeff Marsh.)

Class of 2024’s Senior Sunrise

Celeste Edwards, Reporter October 4, 2023

  Linda Avalos, Park View High School senior, watched with anticipation as the hours slipped by on her clock. She was too excited for the next day’s events to sleep. “I didn’t have, like,...

Park Views Courtyard Duck

Park View’s Courtyard Duck

Ava Bogar May 23, 2023

Spring has just begun. A soon-to-be mother duck flies, scanning, analyzing, and eliminating places to build her nest, nothing striking her eye as a safe place to build it. An extraordinary place strikes...

Park Views New AP Seminar Teacher, Mr. Wellington

Park View’s New AP Seminar Teacher, Mr. Wellington

Ava Bogar, Reporter April 27, 2023

As AP Seminar students entered December of the 2022-2023 school year, students said goodbye to one of their favorite teachers, Mr. Maldonado, who was going on paternity leave for a few months. Unaware...

PVHS Marching Band Performs at Wizards Halftime Show!

PVHS Marching Band Performs at Wizards Halftime Show!

February 15, 2023

On October 25th, 2022, The Park View High School Marching Band performed for the halftime show of the Washington Wizards vs. Detroit Pistons game at Capital One Arena in Washington, DC! Performance...

Park View’s ‘Astroducts’ win Most Accessible App at Hackathon

Ava Bogar February 13, 2023

On November 12th 2022, the Air and Space museum in Chantilly held its annual Hackathon, and Park View’s team, the Astroducts, faced four other teams in a competition of who could create the best application...

Fall Pep Rally Podcast

Elizabeth Zepeda February 7, 2023

Elizabeth Zepeda interviews two freshmen, Abby Nobles and Emily Ferman, and two seniors, Daniel McIntyre and Alex Ayala, about our first pep rally of the 2022-23 school year. They talk about how they felt...

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