The Precedent

Aspiring writers come together to share their masterpieces with peers

February 7, 2017

Imagine an atmosphere on campus in which your most creative stories are brought to life and shared in a way that inspires you and your peers. This concept has developed by way of the campus’s newly formed writers club. Students with a shared passion for writing gather together once a week after ...

Sleep deprivation and stress on the rise in education

Sarah Campbell and Sam Nabaty

December 16, 2016

Intelligence, opportunities, knowledge: all byproducts of getting an education. However, these things often come with a cost of stress, anxiety and sleep deprivation. Whether it be to get accepted into a specific college or pressure from parents, several students are struggling in an attempt to balan...

AP Exams: A complete synopsis

Breanna Latt, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2016

Many students make the decision to take one, or more, Advanced Placement classes. Students put in an immense amount of work; therefore, it is essential for students to score high on these exams. Chemistry teacher Mary Heitmann expresses her optimism for the tests because students in prior years have scor...

Chance for “A+” certification

Chance for “A+” certification

Cooper Gambee, Staff Writer

March 8, 2013

When a high school receives recognition for its achievements, it establishes itself as a prominent high school. PHS has been chosen by the Arizona Educational Foundation (AEF) for a chance to establish its status as an “A+ school”. With campus visits by a panel from the AEF last week, PHS is crossing...

English continues and Brief Calculus Begins

Roger Bennett and Cooper Gambee

September 29, 2012

MATH The Chandler School District accepted and implemented the new subject, honors brief calculus, for the first time this year. This subject offers a broader perspective for math-based students that gives real business scenarios. This real-world interpretation may have a larger impact on students...

The student voice of Perry High School
Cindy Pino