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Annual Academic Awards

Hayley Crosby, Staff Reporter

May 25, 2017


Filed under News

Throughout the year, award nights are hosted to celebrate the achievements of students at the school. The more recent awards nights were hosted to celebrate the students’ academic achievements throughout the year. Students who are invited to these awards nights need to maintain a 3.8 GPA or higher...

NHS selection process is too hard

NHS selection process is too hard

Molly Ogden and Savannah Ostler

March 1, 2016


Filed under Award Winners, Opinions

The prestige. The honor. The distinguishment. These are all perks that come with acceptance to the National Honor Society. NHS is one of the most competitive and esteemed groups on campus. Many students spend their first 2 years of high school working to qualify for an invitation for NHS. Let us rewind...

PHS athletes defy stereotypes in academics

Aja Diffin, Staff Reporter

February 29, 2016


Filed under Sports

Snap judgements and stereotypes can oftentimes be common in a high school setting, especially with student athletes. Athletes, through their drive for competition, must balance their practices, training, and games with their homework, study sessions, and tests. Recently, the results from Arizona Interscho...

Senior “half day” proves waste of time

January 20, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Senior year is anticipated by nearly everyone. If not due to senioritis and excitement for college then for landmarks to the high school experience, excitement, finality, growing up, but also missed opportunities that can be attributed largely to the half day. Students complain that they wish they...

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