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Peninsula High Wrestling Head Coach Mike Liebig was recently inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame during the California Chapter induction ceremony. What an impressive event! It was held at the Laguna Beach Community Center with 400 people in attendance. This induction ceremony was sold out and the inductees past and present were impressive. The past inductees and attendees included past Olympians, All-Americans, long-time coaches, and successful business people.

Coach Liebig has been the Peninsula High Wrestling Head Coach since 1998. He was also a PE teacher at Peninsula until his retirement in June 2017. Coach Liebig has been recognized as Coach of the Year four times.

Click here to view pictures of Coach Liebig and the induction ceremony.


Peninsula High Science Research students particpated in the LA County Science Fair in March and brought home an amazing number of awards including first place in:

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Hyokyung (Christina) An
Chemistry - Allyson Ee and Albert Tan
Engineering Applications - Sina Moshfeghi
Engineering Research - Alisa Hathaway
Physics - Leo Guo

Eleven Pen students wil be moving on to compete in the California State Science Fair at the end of April.

So far, Peninsula High has qualified two students for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) in May, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Each year, approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 75 countries, regions, and territories are awarded the opportunity to showcase their independent research and compete for on average $4 million in prizes. Contestants are selected from regional, district, and state ISEF affiliated fairs.

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One thousand Panthers came together on Thursday, February 15 for the 16th annual Walk for Life cancer benefit. The event kicked off with a lunchtime carnival featuring 100 food booths run by PVPHS clubs. Students and staff then moved to the football stadium where we heard moving tributes and watched a special dance performance. $20,000 checks were presented to each of our beneficiaries: City of Hope and Cancer Support Community. With a cry of "HOPE" the students released clouds of purple powder into the sky and then headed off on their walk to Highridge Park.

Click here to see some pictures from the Walk.



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Time: 6 PM
Location: Gym & Fieldhouse
Apr 26
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