Students of Instilling Goodness / Developing Virtue Girls School participated in the Peace Walk on September 21, 2018.
By Celine Huang (Class of 2020)
BMUN workshop enriched students’ knowledge on the current events in the world, and helped them have a better understanding of the purpose of the United Nations.
By Thuy Nguyen (Class of 2022)
As foundations of our community, elders deserve immeasurable appreciation. As teachers of our traditions, they should be treated with utmost respect. And, as experts of life, they should be profoundly honored.
Every Monday afternoon, students passionate about art get together in the open art studio, where they spend two hours experiencing art. The art studio is open to every student from grades 6-12 at Developing Virtue Girls School, providing a year-long art course given by Ms. Linda Tucker.
By DVGS Editorial The California Highway Patrol (CHP) was invited to the Instilling Goodness Developing Virtue Girls School on October 11, 2018 to introduce traffic laws and traffic safety to the students. The elementary school students were welcomed by the CHP mascot, a chipmunk, and were treated with […]
By Thuy Nguyen, Rachel Blythe, Heidi Blythe (Class of 2022) Photographers: Thuy Nguyen and Rachel Blythe Video: Iris Ng (Class of 2021) On the morning of September 25, 2018, the sun was doing antics among the specks of dust. Birds were chirping in the autumn wind, and rich […]
By DVGS Editorial Staff On Friday, October 26, 2018, in conjunction with 100th anniversary of Venerable Master Hua, the founder of Instilling Goodness and Developing Virtue School, the school held a friendly competition that invited students of Boys division and Girls division to perform recitals of verses written […]