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ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) Capstone Program students compose the first Capstone program offered at the school. hold up the AP Capstone banner during their AP Research class, which they take in their second year of the Capstone curriculum. The school adopted the Capstone program two years ago and as graduation quickly approaches, the first class of students involved in the program were rewarded with the AP capstone banner.

AP Capstone students complete second year, will become first graduates of program

January 27, 2020

“I would absolutely recommend the two AP Capstone classes for any underclassman looking to challenge themselves. It has taught me researching skills that go beyond a Google search which I always use in my other classes. I feel prepared for my future in college because of this class and signing up for it was one of the best decisions I have made in high school," Herrero said.

PRESIDENT CAROLINE HOLLAND (center) and board member Will Katabian attend the Homecoming Dance with the buddies last October. Due to the grant, the club will be able to participate in more interactive events, rather than simply attend events put on by other clubs within the school and community.

Beach Buddies president Caroline Holland receives grant to enrich program

January 22, 2020

My goal is to get any students with disabilities, whether they are involved in the club or not, to attend and for other students to join as well. We are truly one big Falcon family," Holland said.

STUDENTS ROCK OUT in Ms. Torrence's room. during a Friday Jams session. They look forward to participate in Friday Jams every week.

“Friday Jams” rocks Falcon country

January 15, 2020

“One of the main reasons why I started Friday Jams is because I love music and it is a great way to get students involved in something within the school,” Torrence said.

Entrepreneurship students take first step into business world

January 8, 2020

“This class is great because it gives kids a real world experience with a safety net before they venture out on their own," Bolling said.

INTERNET TECHNOLOGY SHOPPING has made holiday shopping easier than ever, allowing people to buy gifts with the click of a button.

Holiday 2020 Tech Gift Guide

December 18, 2019

In this current day and age, we rely upon technology to make our lives easier and more efficient.  In...

LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP STAFF wrap up after a successful weekend at Triple R Ranch last April, hosting over 90 students and faculty members. This year's upcoming Leadership Workshop will be directed by seniors Sydney Hillier and Parker Ensogna.

Leadership Workshop staff wraps gifts, collects donations

December 18, 2019

The Leadership Workshop staff hopes to increase holiday spirit and cheer throughout the rest of the seas...

SOPHOMORES WILL BONDE and Abby Spear organize toys collected by the schools's Noble Teens organization.  All toys will be distributed to children in need for the holidays.

Noble Teens present annual toy drive

December 18, 2019

Anyone who takes a glance around the school will see the colorful donation boxes, strategically placed in ...

ART FOUNDATION STUDENTS jump for joy while visiting the Museum Of Contemporary Art and Virginia Beach's own VIBE district. Students were able to collaborate with professional artists and learn about the many different art forms in order to create their own art work on this field trip.

Art students visit local art hot spots

December 16, 2019

It's no secret that Mrs. Van Veen huyzen's art students are often privy to field trips, visiting as many local exhibits as possible durin...

VTFT TEACHER JENNIFER Nardelli and math teacher Sean Duffy guide junior Natalie Jones through her math homework. Jones showed her excitement in anticipation of Duffy co-teaching the class next year.

VTfT announces new teacher, math department’s Sean Duffy

December 4, 2019

Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow (VTfT), a program offered through Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCP...

SENIOR EMILY PRYCE shows off her dancing skills by performing a straddle jump. many The Student for Student Showcase brought out the many artistic talents students often do not showcase at school events.

Falcon Photography club presents Student for Student showcase

November 25, 2019

The Falcon Photography club hosted the first ever Student for Student Showcase on Tuesday, Nov. 19. Over...

EARLY SIGNING DAY for senior field hockey players who recently committed to the college/university of their choice. Each girl will attend in the fall to play their [respective] sport.

Student-athletes commit early

November 18, 2019

According to Campisi, she decided to attend James Madison University because the moment she walked on the campus, she knew it was going to be her home after high school. 

SENIOR KENDALL SPRIGGINS  spends copious amounts of time on his phone scrolling through social media and utilizing SnapChat.  Spriggins does undertand that he must be cognizant of what he posts though as he is in the process of applying to colleges.

Careless mistakes lead to consequences

November 12, 2019

In today’s society, particularly due to all the technological advancements, devices and social media apps, ...

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