Import of Talent

Coming off a 12-2 victory over Clay High School in the first round of the OHSAA tournament, the Cougar hockey team improved to 14-4 on the season. This includes an 11-1 record in the NHC White Division, good for the regular season co-championship crown with the Lake Flyers. The Cougars success on the ice is…

Owen Robinson Performs with the Toledo Symphony

Owen Robinson was one of only three area high school students selected to perform with the Toledo Symphony, having earned his place through an audition in the annual Young Artist Competition.  He played Glazunov’s Saxophone Concerto (a 15-minute selection) from memory, and received a standing ovation from those in attendance.  “It was an honor to…

Signing on the Dotted Line

For a high-school student-athlete, one of the most exciting moments is receiving a verbal scholarship offer from an institution of higher education. This occasion is multiplied exponentially on the actual signing day. National Signing Day has become a rite of passage in many high schools across the country and Southview High School is no stranger…

Mr. Hoffman Elevated to National Position

We are fortunate to have many talented educators at Southview High School.  Most commit their careers to inspiring the next generation and strive to continuously improve their craft.  In that regard, Lucas Hoffman stands out even among his talented peers. Lucas was recently announced as the Central States representative to the American Council on the…

Cougar Curator

Manhattan Ethington has separated herself from her peers by scoring in the top 1% nationally on the PSAT, earning her the distinction of National Merit Scholar Semifinalist.  Once she completes the application, she will be eligible for a full-ride scholarship to many of the participating universities. So where does she hope to cash in her…

Laux Earns Perfect Score on ACT

Knickolas Laux recently achieved something only 0.2% of students nationwide are able to list on their college applications:  a perfect score on the ACT. Of the nearly two million students who took the ACT last year, less than 4,000 earned a perfect score.  Knickolas earned the maximum score of 36 on all four sections, thereby…

Shafransky Flips Out in Reno

Who would have thought that observing someone doing a backflip at tae kwon do practice would segue into winning gold in the high bar competition at the USA Junior Olympic Gymnastics Championship? For Southview junior Sammy Shafransky, that’s exactly what happened. Sammy, who is the youngest of five children, started gymnastics at the age of…

Singh It Loud and Proud

Jasjeev Singh was honored with the Third Place Award this summer at the Sikh Youth Symposium. He competed in Seattle, Washington against 65 other finalist at the International level who had been selected from regional competitions across the United States and Canada. Each contestant delivered a presentation on Sikh heritage and the importance of interfaith…