“One Tree Hill” star and Park View High School alumna Hilarie Burton has launched a collection of clothing that will benefit extracurricular activities at the Sterling high school.
The initiative is part of Project Patriot, a nonprofit Burton founded in 2018 after PVHS announced the cancellation of its varsity football team. Project Patriot strives to support sports and clubs at the school with help from donations, volunteer work and business partnerships.
“We want you guys to have every opportunity to do extra-curricular programs here at Park View, so we’re going to help you get your football team back. We’re also going to help you support every other club,” Burton said at a PVHS pep rally in September 2018.
Burton’s line of clothing includes various short- and long-sleeve T-shirts, pullover hoodies and female cropped hoodies, all of which are emblazoned with the phrase “High School Forever.” The items are available in a variety of sizes and pricing starts at $25.99.
“It's Back-To-School time! Help me support my REAL alma mater - a Title 1 high school - by celebrating my fake alma mater, Tree Hill High! Every kid deserves the opportunity to participate in extra curricular activities. Project Patriot gives that to the students of Sterling, Va.,” Burton's description at Represent.com/Hilarie reads.