Paul VI expects to break ground on the new school in Loudoun County this spring. The contractor is Whiting Turner. VMDO Architects designed the new school, which will be located on Braddock Road between Riding Center Drive and Donerails Chase Drive in South Riding.
Final tallies on Friday, Nov. 18, show that the PVI school community donated 58,959 items, which translates to 49,889 pounds of food.
On November 15, Paul VI students will take part in a World Hunger Day simulation, organized by the Paul VI Student Government Association. The purpose is to raise awareness of hunger and poverty around the world, said Mrs. Hanley, Assistant Principal for Admissions and Student Life.
Students love Paul VI so much that many have come back to teach, including Mr. Kiechlin (‘97) in Math and Mrs. McClellan (’00) in Options.
Panther Press recently interviewed Forster and Susco, who won the election as class co-presidents, also earning them spots on the Student Government Association Executive Board.
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It’s been a busy year for Paul VI Catholic High School’s music program. In addition to a Star Wars-inspired winter concert and a strings ensemble performance at the Volunteer Fairfax Awards Gala in April, the program looks forward to entertaining runners in the Army 10-miler race in October.
In 1998, four families came up with an idea that would signify a paramount shift in special education at PVI and beyond. Recognizing a need for inclusive secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities, several families came together to form what would eventually become the Options program at PVI.
In March, College Board launched the updated version of the SAT, making several changes to the traditional standardized test high school students have come to know. The first wave of PVI students have taken this new test and have reported back to Panther Press on what this updated version is like.
May 1st, the infamous final deadline for college decisions, is quickly approaching. For some seniors, this comes as immense relief. After months and months of applications, writing essays, alumni interviews, and campus tours, the wait will be over and their futures will be decided for the next few years. For those who have not yet made their decision, or are struggling to decide between two top contenders, these next few days will be stressful and frustrating. And as for the lucky few who applied early decision and heard back in December, they will get to sit back and watch their friends suffer in relative sympathy.
This week, April 18-22, the PVI Spanish Honor Society is selling pulseras (Spanish for “bracelets”) for five dollars in the cafeteria during lunch. The proceeds from these colorful, handcrafted bracelets go to the Pulsera Project, a nonprofit that provides support to a variety of charitable organizations.