Freshman Sophia Howard began her competitive archery career at age nine, but she started shooting arrows much earlier. Her dad bought her first bow when she was only two years old. Now, she competes at state and national events and hopes to compete internationally one day. Competing in archery tournaments has led Sophia to travel…
In AP US History, students do not just read about history, they live it!
Junior high students from Sylvania join the Southview Marching Band for the night!
Marwin Li, Lark Yan, and Alexander “Arman” Serpen (pictured left to right) have been selected as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Marwin is quick to point out that he favors the sciences at Southview. He has enjoyed his experience on the science olympiad team. His favorite courses have been AP Biology, AP…
In two days, a play is conceived, rehearsed, and performed. The results? Click and see!
October 17, 2014 150 weeks 1057 days That’s how long it has been since Mel Nusbaum Stadium last witnessed a victory by the Southview varsity football team. That is, until they defeated the Scott Bulldogs 36-0 in front of a boisterous Cougar Nation student section. There were some close ones, such as the 1 point…
See AP Psych students play games from their parents’ past to explore memory concepts.
Student-Athletes Define Sportsmanship
Check out how Southview explores every career option with its senior students.
Government Teacher Lee Boyer can make the most challenging of concepts simple for any Southview student!
Come on into the lab and work through an experiment with us!
The Cougars are off to a great start with a win against Bowling Green!