• 2015 Senior College List

    2015 Senior College List

    Arkansas University of Arkansas Greer Hefner Claire Kennedy Arizona Arizona State University Emma Sosnoff California California Polytechnic [...]

  • PCHtv Episode 12

    PCHtv Episode 12

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  • PCHtv Episode 11

    PCHtv Episode 11

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  • Junior Natalie Kesselring (left) and senior Gracie DeVasto (right) watch the season opener against Westminster at home on March 26. Photo by Dean Trail.

    Injuries sideline soccer duo for entire season

    Losing two of their top players, the girls varsity soccer team is trying to build off of the success from last year without them. Senior [...]

  • Check out the lastest episode of PCH-TV for highlights of the latest news and events from around the school and community.

    PCHtv 2014-2015, Episode 11

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Math Game

Math Game

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  • Senior Nathan Mellenbruch inspects his work in construction tech, taught by Todd Pannett. Photo by Zoe Raft.

    Future society shows need for more technical courses

    Opinions May 8, 2015 at 12:00 pm Comments are Disabled

    Every day, students walk into math class, learn how to graph a quadratic equation, then head off to English class where they analyze the meaning of a rosebush. Schools today lack education on basic life skills that people need to become independent in the real world. Because not all students […]

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  • Eagle Scout finishes project

    Eagle Scout finishes project

    Features May 8, 2015 at 11:19 am Comments are Disabled

    Accomplishing the biggest feat in the Boy Scouts program, Stephen He (12) completed his Eagle Project this year and has earned the title Eagle Scout. He decided to revive the running trail behind Green Trails Elementary due to the inadequate care of the road. “I was kind of thinking along […]

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  • Golfer finds other passion

    Golfer finds other passion

    Features May 6, 2015 at 11:17 am Comments are Disabled

    Discovering his passion, Senior Peyton Stauffer took up golfing following an injury to his throwing arm, sidelining him from baseball. “I wanted something to spend my time on, and I took an interest in golf,” Stauffer said. “The first few times I just fell in love with it and I […]

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  • Sports memories departing seniors will cherish

    Sports memories departing seniors will cherish

    Sports May 6, 2015 at 11:08 am Comments are Disabled

    Reflecting on their high school experiences, senior athletes agree that playing sports made a positive impact on their lives, and allowed them to grow and develop as people. High school sports provide an incomparable experience for student athletes, giving them something to count on each day. Senior Austin Mischel has […]

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  • Operation 350 works to raise environmental awareness and increase recycling and composting around school. Photo courtesy of the Spur.

    Operation 350 aims to keep composting program

    News May 6, 2015 at 11:05 am Comments are Disabled

    Continuing a composting system started in the fall of 2013, Operation 350 is working to keep the system going, despite its possiblity of being cancelled. “A lot of people from the beginning of the year didn’t know what the compost bins were for, but people also need to put the […]

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  • Varsity Lacrosse takes on

    Lacrosse utilizes two teams to build program for future

    Sports May 6, 2015 at 11:02 am Comments are Disabled

    Adding a junior varsity team to the mix, girls lacrosse gains the necessary tools to train future lacrosse players. “We finally have enough girls to create two teams,” senior and co-captain Kathryn Rechenberg said. “It’s actually really exciting because we’ve been trying to get back up there for a few […]

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  • Shah points to her new home in South Korea on the globe, where she will be working at an international school. Photo by Ben Kraizer.

    Shah leaves for education job overseas

    News May 6, 2015 at 10:58 am Comments are Disabled

    At the end of the year, progress monitoring coach Bina Shah will take a new job as the dean of students for an international American middle school in the Jeju Islands, which is off the coast of South Korea. “My official title will be dean of students,” Shah said. “My […]

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  • Extenuating circumstances create need  for shuffling of math classes, teachers

    Extenuating circumstances create need for shuffling of math classes, teachers

    News May 6, 2015 at 10:40 am Comments are Disabled

    Preparing for two teachers to go on maternity leave over spring break, the math department was thrown a curveball as both babies came early, and another teacher went on leave for personal reasons. Both Melissa Hoormann and Janell Byrd went on leave before spring break; and Scott Swanger had personal […]

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  • Lexie Winter and her cabin the Pink Monkeys at 6th grade camp. Photo by Ben Kraizer

    Faces of PCH: Lexie Winter

    Faces of PCH April 29, 2015 at 8:51 pm Comments are Disabled

    Senior Lexie Winter spent the week of April 13 to April 17 at 6th grade camp. She went as a part of the team 6-4 camp counselors. Her group of students/campers were called the Pink Monkeys. Lexie was the only counselor of the Pink Monkeys, which was made up of […]

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  • Baseball and Basketball Player, Adam Boonshaft. Photo by Ben Kraizer

    Faces of PCH: Adam Boonshaft

    Faces of PCH April 29, 2015 at 10:34 am Comments are Disabled

    Adam Boonshaft is a man of multiple sports. He plays both baseball and basketball. He has been playing baseball for a longer period of time than he has been playing basketball. It is due to this that when asked what his favorite of the 2 sports is, Boonshaft replied “Probably […]

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