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Ending the winter concert on Dec. 7 with a bang, Symphonic Band 1 and the two Wind Ensembles, along with Band Director Teri Musiel, changed into festive attire to perform their last song “Sleigh Ride” together.

DVHS bands honor the 80th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack at their annual winter concert

Jennifer Sheng, Grace Zhao, and Kimberly Cui January 19, 2022

On Dec. 7, DVHS band began the first of their two-day winter concert, showcasing astounding versatility and hopeful indicators of an exciting musical year to come. The concert, which featured Concert...

Students in the DVHS theater class pose for a picture during their rehearsal.

Dougherty accentuates “Clue” through actors’ individuality

Boomika Velineni and Nayja Shah November 23, 2021

From Oct. 28-30, theater students at DVHS performed the play “Clue” — based on the 1985 movie — enrapturing the audience with their comedic lines and stimulating mystery. The play “Clue”...

All DVHS choirs sing together for their final number, Lifes a Happy Song.

DVHS Choir hosts the annual Pancake Breakfast

Udita Jonnala, PR Editor September 29, 2021

On a bright morning at Dougherty Valley High School on September 18,  the annual music booster Pancake Breakfast was welcoming families, friends and supporters of the music program. A festivity that had...

Winter Dance Show brings a cool end to the semester

Helen Kang and Riya Mehta December 23, 2019

On Nov. 20-21, Dougherty Valley’s dance program hosted its Winter Dance Show in the Performing Arts Center, displaying the hard work they’ve put in throughout the semester. Dance 2, 3 and 4 led...

Ms. Walker leads DVHS choir during their fall concert.

The DVHS music department showcases an excellent performance

Amrita Himmatraopet and Shruthi Narayanan December 8, 2019

The band, choir and orchestra students presented outstanding performances during the fall concerts on Oct. 15 and 17. The first night consisted of the jazz band, wind ensemble and symphonic wind...

AJ Sohrabi, as Algernon Moncrieff, and Jose Saramiento, as John Worthing, argue over the name of Ernest.

Dougherty takes a creative spin on classic play “The Importance of Being Earnest”

Amruta Baradwaj and Sheyda Ladjevardi November 29, 2019

Dougherty Valley Drama began their production season with the classic satire play, “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. The play revolves around the lives of John Worthing (Jose Saramiento)...

Sneak a peek into fall drama

Amruta Baradwaj and Sheyda Ladjevardi October 4, 2019

As the 2019-20 school year begins, DVHS Drama prepares for the upcoming fall production: “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Set to be performed Oct. 24-26, the show is an adaption of Oscar Wilde’s...

How we gonna pay last years rent? James Patricio and Isaiah Mendiola sing on stage together.

“RENT” defies harmful social stereotypes

Taylor Atienza and Amruta Baradwaj March 6, 2019

Against a backdrop of vibrant flyers and graffiti, a solemn opening narration set the scene for Dougherty’s performance of “RENT,” transporting the audience to a world of young artists struggling...

George Sphicas and Kushal Tirupathi released their EP “Frostbite” on Soundcloud in mid-December 2018.

DV rapping duo “rains” in 15,000 streams with SoundCloud EP “Frostbite”

Caroline Lobel, Editor in Chief February 10, 2019

Dougherty sophomores George Sphicas (Georgeraps) and Kushal Tirupathi (Kush Raps) have amassed over 15,000 streams on “Frostbite,” their first SoundCloud EP, consisting of seven hip-hop tracks with...

DVHS music department strikes a good note to start its season

Sraavya Sambara and Claire Zhang November 1, 2018

The Dougherty Valley music department put on an energetic, interactive fall concert on Oct. 3-4 to showcase its collective talent and offer a glimpse into its plans for the rest of the music season. The...

Paul Vega finds joy in teaching his drama students year after year.

Paul Vega powers performing arts program

Megan Dhillon, PR Editor October 20, 2018

The lights dim in the theater, the plush velvet curtains open and the show begins. The silent creator behind each of the beautiful productions here at DVHS, Mr. Paul Vega has been involved in theater arts...

DV Drama preps for “LOVE/SICK”

Taylor Atienza and Amruta Baradwaj September 26, 2018

DVHS’ Theatre Arts students have started preparations for their fall production “LOVE/SICK” to begin the 2018-2019 school year, pursuing their new theme of inclusivity and diversity while acclimating...

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