What better way to build trust, plan strategically and step out of your comfort zone than top roping! These 11th graders got their belay license on their first try! Brave climbs and raw fingers!
Mrs. Babette Donaldson, the founder of the International Tea Sippers Society, came to visit the Developing Virtue Tea Club to share her experience and knowledge of tea.
by: Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) Music. A medium of art transcending all barriers. An intangible form of expression bringing harmony and joy to all. It speaks directly to our souls, in a language understood by all — the language of emotion. Nonetheless, music varies differently depending on where it’s from, and thus, we gathered at the International AiMusic Festival to celebrate these differences.
by Amy Liu (Class of 2023) Usually, people think of history lessons as boring and the perfect time for a nap. But here at DVGS, things are a bit different. On February 28, 2018, the high school World History class joined the junior high for an Indian culture […]
by Siyan Chan (Class of 2021) One day during the first week of April, students of Developing Virtue Girls School went to the AMEN Free Clinic in Ukiah to volunteer and help out at the event. The three-day event that began on April 4, Wednesday, brought medical professionals […]
by Siyan Chan (Class of 2021) It was the last day of March that also marked the end of Spring Break, and four students from Developing Virtues Girls School (DVGS) decided to make this last day a meaningful one. As they hopped onto the van and headed off, […]
by Heidi Blythe (Class of 2022) This year, in the junior high classroom at the Developing Virtue Girls School, there has been a recent addition to the class cork-board. It is an enormous and colorful poster with big, bright letters stating “The 17 Sustainable Goals,”1 otherwise known as […]