We are the Class of 2018. We are Brave, Social, Champions, Ambitious, Dangerous, Motivated, Divided, Hopeful, Activists. We are Seniors. We are Graduates.
TALE OF THE TAPE
TOP 5 – 2017-18: a tumultuous year; a year of champions
My first year on the The Precedent was 2014, my freshman year. Then, it was a class of 27 and made up of six seniors, 16 juniors, four sophomores, and of course, the one freshman. Today, the staff has gotten smaller with only 11 seniors, four juniors, and the baby of the group, sophomore Daisy Ramirez. But its achievements are just as far-reaching. This year, we have tackled many controversial issues. ...
Class of ’18 has found its way through ground-breaking high school years
The year 2000: a new decade, century, millenium and the year of the Dragon. 2000 saw the beginning to a new generation — the ones who live in the complexity of being too young to be “millenials” and too old for the “Generation Z.”
We are not quite the ones as touched by tech as kids born in the 2010s, but we are also not 90s kids we often claim to be — no matter if you were born in No...
Graduation speakers open up about their futures, look back at high school years
Senior Tamillia Thomas has earned the distinction of Valedictorian for the Class of 2018. Thomas has been hard at work throughout her entire four years at PHS, earning a 4.93 cumulative GPA. As first in the class, she will deliver the valedictory at our graduation ceremony. Thomas is also a member of Spanish Honor Society and numerous clubs.
Thomas recalls her favorite memories of high school are those wi...