Location: GVHS Library
For students who need a place to finish school work, research, or even wait for a ride, this is your chance. Our Library will be open during any regular school day except for Friday's and not before a holiday or non student day.
Students at Golden Valley High School are slated to have the opportunity to participate in the Amazon Future Engineer Program in the 2019 – 2020 school year.
This marks the second year Golden Valley has been selected by the tech giant to participate in their education program, following their previous selection for the current school year. Charity Evans leads this effort. Read more on by clicking here.
The Student Television Network named GVTV as the West Region's best School Announcement Show. GVTV will be recognized in March at the national convention. Andrew Oh was named as a co-emcee for the event. Congratulations, Mr. Deuschle, GVTV and Andrew.
Career and Technical Education Month®, or CTE Month®, is a public awareness campaign that takes place each February to celebrate the value of CTE and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country.
Begun in 1926 by Black scholar and historian Carter G. Woodson, Black History Month was originally celebrated as a weeklong event. In 1976, Congress expanded the observance to the entire month of February. Click here to see the National Education Association Diversity Calendar.
Many Families, One Community Family Resource Fair will be held at Golden Valley High School on Saturday February 23, 2019. This is year three of our collaboration between the Hart District and the Sulphur Springs School District. More information is coming! Click here to download registraation form.
With Hard work and Dedication, dreams do come true. Sophia Medellin will get to live out her dream next year as she will be playing softball for UC Berkeley next year. Congratulations Sophia on all of your accomplishments. Select the link above to read an article written about Sophia that was featured in the SCV Signal.
For 5 Grizzlies, February 6th was not just another ordinary day. On 2/6, Golden Valley was proud to present to its campus Shyann Franklin, Sophia Medellin, Nicole Smart, Brooke Milam and Daniel Rush. All 5 of these stellar STUDENT-ATHLETES will move onto play collegiate athletics. GV is very proud of all 5 of its Seniors. Select the link above to read more from the Santa Clarita Valley Signal.
Congratulations to all the participants of the Hart District Theatre Festival at Saugus High School on Friday!
Special kudos to the following Trophy Winners:
Best Supporting actor-contemporary Scene- Brendan Gulland;
Best Supporting Actress- contemporary Scene- Christina DeVantier; Best Supporting Actor-Musical Scene-Andrew Cunado; Best Supporting Actress-Musical Scene- Josie Jose
The program is a two-day presentation involving a realistic simulated crash in front of the high school to give students a real look at the destruction of a DUI crash. “We do try to let them know that it does happen, it is real, and it can happen to them and their friends,” said Detective Bill Velek, with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Juvenile Intervention Team (J-Team). KHTS covers this year's Every 15 Minutes program.