The Northview Swim and Dive team is filled with people who are truly determined to find their place in the water. There are 30 students from freshmen to seniors, competing in 12 swimming and diving events. Continue reading NV’s Swim, Dive Team test waters at NLL event
Northview girl’s volleyball coach Chad Rutkowski led his team to victory this season, winning the NLL Championship and getting his 100th win at Northview.
“Our kids have worked exceptionally hard over the last couple of years to make this viable,” Rutowski said. Continue reading NV volleyball coach wins 100th game
After being assistant baseball coach at Northview with head coach Greg Szparka, Aaron Tullis recently became the head coach following Szparka’s retirement after winning the state title last season. Tullis has coached at Northview for 16 years prior to his promotion to head coach and he worked with Szparka throughout the whole process. Now, there are high expectations for Tullis’ direction. Continue reading Northview baseball program has new head coach
On Oct. 1, Northview 2017 graduate and Ohio State University band member Noah Jockett realized a longtime dream. He dotted the “i” during the pregame performance of “Script Ohio,” an honor earned by only fourth or fifth year members of the KL or sousaphone section. “I had the honor of dotting during the halftime of the homecoming game, which also happened to mark the 100th anniversary of the first time Ohio State played a game in ‘The Shoe,’ (Ohio Stadium). It’s a lot of work to dot the ‘i,’ and what I mean by that isn’t that the actual ‘i’ dot is laborious, but that it is a multi-year process to get there. Band tryouts are an annual stressful activity. So every year you are fighting to get back into the band with the other 27 sousaphone players and getting one step closer to dotting the ‘i.’ I am definitely glad that I have finally completed the home stretch of such a long and arduous journey,” he stated. Continue reading NV grad dots the ‘i’ on Oct. 1
Alex Kasee, the kicker for Northview’s football team, is making his mark at school and looking to his future. He has a five-star kicking rating from Kohl’s Kicking, is ranked #36 among kickers nationally, and more. With that and his confidence from practices, he has high hopes for the future. Continue reading Northview kicker makes his mark
The Northview marching band held band camp to practice for football season two weeks before school. Their practices lasted for hours to review what to know for marching band, as well as teaching new music. Since then, the marching band has continued practicing, and performs at Northview Football’s games to support the team.
During the band camp, “[the students] learn their marching fundamentals, and most of the music that they will play the whole season—the show tunes and the stand tunes,” Band Director Nathan Heath said. “It’s a big head start.” Continue reading NV Band starts season strong
Northview High School students, family members, teachers and chaperones recently returned from a cultural excursion to Greece. The trip focused on art, history and immersion into a new culture. Helena Darah, an intervention specialist at Northview, served as group leader and led the tour through EF, Education First Educational Tours. She was accompanied by Ryan Creech, also an educator at Northview, who has led over seven EF Tours. He brought along his three daughters whose international tours were canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Continue reading Sylvania students see the world
For the first time in school history, the Northview Wildcats baseball team was crowned state champions. Continue reading State Champions!