• GRANT AWARDS FOR 2018/19

    This past year the Foundation awarded over $8200 in grants, including… This year, The Pleasant Valley High School Foundation is pleased to announce that $8,008 in grants has been awarded to Pleasant Valley High School, including...
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  • Walkway Brick Project

    Bricks permanently engraved with the names of families, students, alumni, teachers, and friends have been and will continue to be installed in the entrance walkway at Pleasant Valley High School. This campaign provides a unique opportunity to leave a permanent symbol of your support and dedication to Pleasant Valley High School.
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  • Matthew Gallaway

    It is how we choose to apply our natural talents that define us.  Matthew Bruce Gallaway has long been a creator.  Whether it be in architecture, art, music or construction, he has the gift of taking a blank slate and transforming it into something of value for our community and the communities that surround us.
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  • Judge Sandra McLean - Class of 1970

    Judge McLean was born in San Jose, California.  Her dad was a military officer so she lived all over the world growing up.  Her family ended up in Chico during her junior year of high school when her father was stationed in Viet Nam.
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  • Join the Million Dollar Campaign:

    We are looking for 500 people and businesses to partner with us in raising One Million Dollars during the next two years.  Those giving $2,000 during that time will have their names engraved on a permanent, prominent plaque as members of the Million Dollar Club.  Just add the words, Million Dollar Club” in the Comments line when donating to any program sponsored by the Foundation under “Donate Now.”
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Major Construction Coming

A new look to our PV campus will highlight the East Avenue approach to the campus after an 18-month construction project begins this school year.  A new Valhalla will be built partially in the front lawn extending out two-thirds of the way into the current staff parking lot and will include much larger Culinary Arts classrooms.  The current (old) Valhalla will be replaced with a new Administration building, and the current (old) administration building will be converted into classrooms for the expanding Medical Technology program.

The current quad, which includes the Foundation’s Legacy Walkway, will be redesigned and constructed by the students at PV, using some of the existing trees.  The Foundation’s walkway will find a new home outside the new Administration building.

Look for actual groundbreaking this next February.

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