Paul VI Catholic School art teacher Mrs. Jean Wheeler Bordner teaches a high level art class that encompasses three levels and a vast amount of talent. Students work independently in the same class.
Class of 2017 Senior Superlatives
Members of the University of Mary Washington Catholic Campus Ministry visited Paul VI on April 4 to present Pack Your Faith for College sessions with seniors.
On March 18, two Paul VI Odyssey of the Mind teams competed in the Region 12 NoVA South tournament at Manassas Park High School. One of our school teams placed first in the Division III “To Be Continued: A Superhero Cliffhanger” category; the other team placed fifth in the same division.
All in all, Paul VI’s production reminds us to consider the consequences of not sticking to our morals when making mortal decisions.
‘There is something called the future, and it scares me half to death. Being seventeen, there is so much of this world that I haven’t even seen yet. The years have gone by, and I still haven’t grown up. Part of me wants to stay in a world of innocence and curiosity with all the colors of my youth, but now it’s time to face the truth: my whole world has gone blue.’
By Timothy McCloskey Student Correspondent “I am an English rider, and I’m a hunter,” says Gabby Cecil ’18. “Hunter is a type of riding where you jump, but are judged based on how nicely you jump and how good your equitation (posture) is while you ride. The type [of riding] does not change from pony…
Allison Nguyen’s “Study of Graphene Oxide in Dental Applications” determines “if, when a dental filling composed of graphene oxide or composite resin material is created, then a dental filling composed of 10 mg of graphene oxide would be the strongest when force was applied.” The answer is yes.
Paul VI expects to break ground on the new school in Loudoun County this spring. The contractor is Whiting Turner. VMDO Architects designed the new school, which will be located on Braddock Road between Riding Center Drive and Donerails Chase Drive in South Riding.
Final tallies on Friday, Nov. 18, show that the PVI school community donated 58,959 items, which translates to 49,889 pounds of food.