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Students Wear Green On Second Day Of Exceptional Children’s Week

March 11, 2019 10:39am | Grace Peng

Students continued their support of Exceptional Children’s Week when they wore green on March 5 to bring awareness to autism. “I think it’s a good idea to wear green today because I felt like supporting something,” said freshman Selena DiBase, “Children with autism should get […]

Kicking Off Exceptional Children’s Week With Blue Day

March 5, 2019 12:16pm | Anshi Vajpayee

Exceptional Children’s Week is an annual celebration of exceptional children and the educators who support them. This week at Northview, the CBI is hosting a bevy of events and activities, including dress up days and daily trivia, in order to highlight students with disabilities at […]

Northview Considers PE Waiver

January 22, 2019 1:07pm | Alex Perry

The School Governance Council is considering implementing the Universal Personal Fitness Waiver at Northview, and is now requesting feedback from Northview stakeholders in order to reach a final decision. UPF will only be offered as a waiver, which means that no credit or grade will […]

Northview’s Jewish Community Responds To Synagogue Shooting In Pittsburgh

November 6, 2018 11:18pm | Alex Perry

        An armed shooter attacked the Tree of Life, a synagogue located in Squirrel Hill, Pennsylvania on Saturday, 27 Oct. 2018. 11 members of their congregation were murdered as they attended a brit milah, marking the event as the deadliest attack on […]

Northview Students Excel At Clemson Declamation

October 28, 2018 3:06pm | Alex Perry

On Oct 27. 2018, several Northview students traveled to Clemson University to compete in the annual Clemson Declamation contest. They were required to memorize two poems in a foreign language and perform them in front of a panel of judges. Multiple students placed within their […]

Welcome Week Monday (Gallery)

August 13, 2018 5:15pm | Alex Perry

Northview Students Join Anti-ICE March

July 29, 2018 2:00am | Mira Sydow

       The date was June 30, 2018. At least five thousand people gathered around the steps of the Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building to protest the inhumane detainment of immigrants by government organizations. A series of the most revolutionary human rights’ cases […]

Class Of 2018 College List

June 3, 2018 8:48am | Alex Perry

Alabama Auburn University Anthony Jones William Jones Grace Keenan Hayden Light Evan Moody Grant Morgan Birmingham Southern College Timothy Assaf University of alabama Piper Chans University of Alabama at Birmingham Sugeeth Kandikattu Navya Kapa Anish Myneni Amanda Waller   Arizona Arizona State university Nick Biffil […]

Northview Theatre Company 2018-2019 Shows Announced

May 12, 2018 3:47pm | Alex Perry

On May 11, the Northview Theatre Company announced their shows for the 2018-2019 season. Wax Museum Ruthless! The Musical The Importance of Being Earnest The Merchant of Venice Theatre Sports 14 The Actor’s Nightmare Love/Sick You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. The Musical Murder Mystery […]

Honors Night Award Winners Announced

May 4, 2018 2:58pm | Alex Perry

Honors Night was held in the Northview Auditorium on May 4, at 7 p.m. Star Student: Seong Ryoo Star Teacher: Ashley Ulrich Salutatorian: George Hu Valedictorian: Seong Ryoo Tyler Safarriyah Memorial: Michael Trautwein Wellesley College Book Award: Tiffany Lee Pang Phi Kappa Beta: Nithin Daniel Columbia Book: Joseph Alvin Jones Harvard Book Award: Lawrence […]