El Estoque

Tiger parents in quarantine

Tiger parents in quarantine

Claire Wen

April 10, 2020

Examining how the shelter-in-place order has impacted parent-child relationships

Bring Change to Mind’s 2019 California Summit

Students participated in discussion with one another about mental health awareness techniques || Used with permission from Daniel Duan

Devin Gupta

December 12, 2019

Bring Change to Mind attends a conference about spreading mental health awareness and personal wellbeing

Supporting the staff

Photo Illustration // Oishee Misra

Brian Xu

October 24, 2018

The turning point of now history teacher Scott Victorine’s first career occurred as he was eating lunch at his former law firm. As a paralegal in immigration law, Victorine was overwhelmed with stress. He sat staring at his lunchbox one hectic day and he decided he needed to find another career path. ...

Challenge Success survey launches discussion on school values

Challenge Success survey launches discussion on school values

Rahul Iyer

October 6, 2014

efore the school year started, MVHS received the results of the Challenge Success survey that students took last year, which was designed to allow the Administration to understand how students feel about success and the high school experience. Challenge Success is a non-profit group affiliated with ...

Challenge Success reaches out to parents

Parents and administrators come together at the Challenge Success meeting to discuss stress at MVHS. Although only 17 parents attended, the PTSA hopes to reach more community members with a campus-wide survey. Photo by Karen Feng.

Karen Feng

January 22, 2014

PTSA holds Challenge Success meeting on Jan. 14 to introduce program, brainstorm with parents. Read More »...

Peer Counseling Club holds training session for new peer counselors

Members hug after playing

Elia Chen

January 19, 2014

Members learn skills to better their communication. Read More »...

Challenge Day aims to teach students how to deal with their emotions

Gabriella Monico

November 24, 2013

On Nov. 21, MVHS was quieter than usual. The bells that signify the beginning and end of each class period were conspicuously absent, forcing many students to stare at the clock and some classes to run overtime. Students often ran into class late, and some wandered the empty halls when teachers let them...

Staff remembers JFK assassination

Joyce Varma

November 22, 2013

Teachers reflect on moment they learned of tragedy as schoolchildren 50 years ago. Read More »