Applied 12 Links

11th Grade Buddhist Studies One of the topics in Buddhism that is hard to grasp is the Twelve Links of Causal Conditions or Twelve Links of Dependent Origination, the practice of a pratyekabuddha, a solitary sage. The students were assigned to produce a visual project on this topic. […]

PTO Minutes, Mar, 2015

March 18, 2015 Present at the meeting:  Matt Finnegan, Paul Spangenberg, Steve Setera, Eve Rodriguez, Jin Jr Shi, Tracey Tu, David Duong, Judy Zhu, Amanda Setera, Michele Lum, Hubert Liu, Nakula Hertz, Hubert Liu, Wei-Chang Tsai, Juan Juan Yeap, Abhishek Datta. Call to order 5:09PM by President Steve […]

1-2-3 Black

10th Grade Chemistry We use chemicals everyday even though we may not think of them. We even know some reagents by their chemical names such as sodium cloride for table salt and sodium bicarbonate for baking soda. And it sounds very educated to call ordinary household bleach as […]

2015 Mendocino County Science Fair

Student Reporter: Pam Qian, Class of 2016 Would sound waves promote the freezing of water? How many angles can be formed from ‘n’ number of non-parallel lines? Do baked potatoes conduct electricity better than raw potatoes? These are the questions that the girls from Developing Virtue Secondary School […]

Making Kimchi in Biology

9th Grade Biology Ever wonder why our muscles get sore and ache when we exercise rigorously in a short amount of time? In the presence of oxygen, we can make up to 38 ATPs (energy molecules) out of only 1 sugar molecule. But it takes time for our […]

GO Solar Power!

Student Reporter: Michele Lum, Class of 2015 On March 6th and 7th, a group of seven students and two teacher-chaperones had the opportunity to install solar panels in Redwood Valley. Prior to the installation, students and teachers have attended a two-hour orientation that gave safety tips, the basics […]