What's New

Please consider making
a donation to
 PVHS Foundation. 
 
BUY A BRICK!
Thank you!

The Viking Voice
newsletter is
 available online. It contains
important information
regarding academics,
athletics, campus
activities, and more!
Read it now!




We invite you to join
PTSA. Membership
    forms are available in
the office. Meetings are
held the first Tuesday
of each month, 
5:30pm in room L-1.



Anytime is a great time to join
PVHS Sports Boosters! They
meet the second Monday of each
month at 6:00pm in the library.

Important Dates

CLASS OF 2020 - IMPORTANT DATES

Viking Freshmen Visitation Day - Thursday, February 11 at 9am - 12pm

8th graders expected to attend PV from all Chico junior high schools come to campus to get a glimpse of PVHS programs and classes.  This will include informational tables, tours, performances, and classroom visits.

Freshmen Course Planning Night - Wednesday, February 17 at 6pm

Parents meet with PV counselors to get specific information about course selection for high school classes.

 
EMPTY BOWLS
 
Thursday, February 25th
Chico High School 5:00 & 6:30 PM
Tickets: $12 available from PVHS Main Office (checks payable to Torres Shelter)

Of Importance!

 
Dangerous Games
 
October 2015
 
Dear Parents,

A student in our community remains in the hospital after engaging in what is known among students as “the eraser challenge”.  As this rather innocuous sounding game resulted in a serious illness, we want all parents to be aware of some of the dangerous games that have gained popularity both online and in communities across the nation. 

The article below from Webmd.com, summarizes five of these “games”. 

http://www.webmd.com/parenting/features/dangerous-games-parents-must-know-about

We encourage all parents to have discussions with their children about these and other activities in which students could inadvertently put themselves or others in danger. 

 
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Can You Help With Funding? 

A group of motivated Pleasant Valley students are planning a service learning trip to impoverished communities in Greece during spring break.  Working with locals, we participate in meaningful educational, environmental, and community service projects.  Some examples of our work from previous service trips include building water wells, caring for injured/endangered animals, improving school facilities, helping build a biodigester, planting trees, refurbishing a school playground, cleaning and repairing community buildings, and teaching English to children and adults.  It is often back-breaking, stressful work and a tremendous commitment on the students’ part.  Students have already planned a number of fundraisers, but we desperately need financial support to make this trip happen.  PLEASE consider making a donation to this important cause.  Below is our GoFundMe account, which is a safe place to make a contribution.  Every dollar makes a difference!

 https://www.gofundme.com/bp4n3us4

 On behalf of the students who are willing to work so hard and the communities we will serve, thank you for your consideration.

Questions?  Contact Amy Besnard at [email protected]

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Be a Part of Your School District's Vision! 
 
If you would like to receive information and updates regarding Chico Unified’s LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan), please complete this form and return it to your site’s main office.

  
 
 

Welcome

We are not just a school, we are a family!

Mission Statement:
To promote individual student educational success via a sequence of teaching, learning, assessment and support.

Vision Statement:
The vision for Pleasant Valley High School provides a framework for commitments and strategic planning and is guided by the following questions:

1. What do we want students to know and be able to do?
2. How will we know if they've learned it?
3. How will we respond when they don't?
4. How will we respond when they do?
5. How will we provide opportunities for every student to connect to the P.V. community?

Honors & Awards

  • California Distinguished School
  • Academic Decathlon Team:1st place at the county level the past 8 years and 19 times out of the last 21 years
  • 45 years of Athletic Excellence resulting in: 400 League Championships (all levels) 110 NSCIF (Northern Section) Varsity Championships
  • Blood Source "Blood Drive of the Year" 2008 & 2010
  • Most canned food drive donations 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009
  • Culinary Arts - California State Winners for Prostart Management
  • National Yearbook Pacemaker Finalists: 2002, 2008 & 2009

School Colors

  Navy Blue, Columbia Blue and White

Notable Programs

In addition to the wonderful curriculum offered at Pleasant Valley, we are proud to offer the following specialized programs.  Please click on the icon for more information.

 

 

 

 
 
 
Home of the Vikings! Home of the Vikings! Home of the Vikings!

Bullying Tip Line

Are you being bullied or harassed?

Call the PVHS
Bullying and Harassment Tip Line
 530.891.3050, ext. 333

EVERYONE
has the right to be treated with respect!

   
Anti-bullying and harassment website resources:

stopbullying.com
stopbullyingnow.com
California Dept. of Ed.
Local anti-bullying blog
Chico Support Group:
no-bullying.org

Super Bowl XLV MVP - Aaron Rodgers

PV Viking = Super Bowl Champion/MVP 

Aaron Rodgers
Class of 2002

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Photo 1 & 2 Images of the Year

 

Highlights

 

PV House of BLUE Featured Videos

 
Football Homecoming Rally
Staff Flash Mob
Silento - Watch Me
 
 
Visit our House of BLUE website!