Monthly Archives: February 2018

Alumni Weekend 2018

Alumni Weekend is fast approaching! This year’s alumni weekend will be held on April 13-15, 2018. We have added some fun new things to make the weekend more memorable for those coming back. The weekend will be full of opportunities to socialize with old classmates, their families, and staff and see how NPAA has stayed [...]

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NPAA Students Forced to Evacuate By Anders Nordquist

On Dec 4th, 2017, the Thomas fire forced 27,000 people in Ventura County to evacuate their homes, some of whom were NPAA students. The Thomas fire consumed over 281,893 acres and wasn't fully contained until Jan 12, 2018. It caused a fire fighter fatality, burned down over 1063 buildings, damaged over 60 buildings, and injured [...]

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Npaa Soccer Team Starts Season Strong By Molly Gram

The 2018 NPAA soccer season started off to a great start. Their first home game against SCVI was on Tuesday, January 16 and it ended in victory. The game started off slow, but the second half got spicy! The biggest moment in the game came in the second half. “I came in with the ball [...]

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New Year Makes New People By Giselle Asij

3...2...1... Happy New Year! Along with the ball drop every January 1st, comes the tradition of setting goals for the new year known as a new year’s resolution. It’s good to be challenged with change, but do people hold true to them? The goals people set can vary. There are the usual ones that have [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|The Gator Gazette, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Gators Thrive at PUC Tournament By Sophie Kalberg

The NPAA girls and boys basketball team traveled all the way to Pacific Union College (PUC) for a basketball tournament on January 16, 2018. This tournament happens once a year, although NPAA only participates in it every other year. This year it started on January 17, and ended on January 21. NPAA started the tournament [...]

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NPAA Saves Lives By Sophie Kalberg

NPAA ASB hosted a blood drive on January 10, 2018 in the school’s cafeteria. ASB partnered up with Red Cross to donate blood for those in need. There was an especially high need for blood this year, due to the fires and floods that ravaged Ventura just prior. This blood drive was very important to [...]

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Being Transformed at GYC By Giselle Asij

On December 26, 2017 youth from all over the country gathered in Phoenix, Arizona for the Generation Youth for Christ (GYC) event. In a span of six days these youth’s spiritual lives grew by attending plenaries, being put in small groups, and doing outreach. Everyday, the Phoenix Arizona Convention Center where this event was being [...]

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review By Anders Nordquist

Star Wars is a multi-billion dollar franchise that has entertained people of all ages since 1977, and continues to with the recent release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi on December 15, 2017. The Last Jedi has made $1.321 billion as of February 16. It is some people's personal favorite, and earned a 9/10 on [...]

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