What do 94% of the nation’s high schools have in common? They’re not as awesome as Southview!
Mrs. Badiuk’s American Government students have been completing service learning passion projects. Students were asked to take a personal passion or interest and find a way to serve the community through that passion. Projects have included raising awareness regarding issues like drug abuse and animal cruelty. Students have worked to raise money for those affected…
As competitors drop by the wayside, 28 Southview students stay in the game!
Southview’s Science Olympiad team, coached by Mr. Duffey and Mrs. Krueger, recently competed at the University of Chicago. The team typically travels to local invitationals, but the coaches teamed up with Northview to plan this special trip. At its inaugural competition, The University of Chicago hosted 37 teams, each consisting of fifteen students. While most…
SV meets UT as Engineering students compete in Rocket territory!
Southview Speech and Debate are at it again in 2017-2018!
Honors Programming students seize a victory in the Toledo Hack-a-thon!
Our science students take a hands-on approach to learning and community involvement.
This year we are treating all of our teachers as C.E.O.s, or Chief Educational Officers. Almost invariably, when one pictures a C.E.O. conducting business, a board room with a large conference table is the setting. In Mrs. Tipping’s AP Physics class, however, a “board meeting” takes on a more literal meaning. During this particular iteration,…
Algebra I teachers get together to build better class materials!
Students are excited about our newest addition to Southview science: Forensics!
In AP US History, students do not just read about history, they live it!