Articles by Claire Reichle

Students and Police Chief Goede contribute to Title IX discussions

Students and Police Chief Goede contribute to Title IX discussions

June 8, 2016 | in News

Forty pairs of eyes stare up at a woman in full uniform, unaware of what’s to come. Despite the heaviness of the topic about to be discussed, she still smiles, creating an air of... Read More

Piedmont holds on to its valedictorian traditions

Piedmont holds on to its valedictorian traditions

May 18, 2016 | in Campus

You see them in all the graduation scenes in movies, offering up some invaluable insight while peers sit by, eager to finally earn their diplomas. Everyone recognizes the one speaker who stands above the... Read More

Women’s lacrosse remains undefeated in league

May 17, 2016 | in Lacrosse

Hits from Justin Bieber and High School Musical blast out of the speakers as the women’s lacrosse team shows off their moves as a warm-up ritual to boost energy for their upcoming game. And... Read More

Language IV classes to receive honors title next year

Language IV classes to receive honors title next year

March 28, 2016 | in News

The Spanish IV, French IV and Mandarin IV classes are currently under review by the University of California with the goal of receiving the title of an honors class next year. Though the classes... Read More

Bastow shares experiences with Caring for Cambodia

Bastow shares experiences with Caring for Cambodia

March 27, 2016 | in Web

The Chief Operating Officer of Caring for Cambodia Natalie Bastow spoke at PHS as a Voice Cooperative guest on March 4. Voice Cooperative is a student-run club that arranges for speakers to share their... Read More

Graduation gowns billow purple together

Graduation gowns billow purple together

February 29, 2016 | in News

The administration has decided that all students in the class of 2016 will wear purple gowns during the graduation ceremony on June 9. In past years, male students wore purple gowns while female students... Read More

Forge teacher-student bonds outside of class

Forge teacher-student bonds outside of class

February 1, 2016 | in Opinions

The bell rings, and I sit down in my old English classroom with my former English teacher. I pull out my lunch and water bottle and the conversation begins, ranging from classes to future... Read More

College and Career Center hosts Alumni Days

College and Career Center hosts Alumni Days

January 21, 2016 | in Web

Four PHS alumni came back to school on Jan. 7 to provide current students with insight to the application process and college life at the College and Career Center-sponsored Alumni Day. Sofia Siqueira, Caroline... Read More

The guidance mentors give on the search for success

The guidance mentors give on the search for success

December 16, 2015 | in A Closer Look

All eyes turn towards senior Benjamin Ring, and the absence of music from saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and bass create a silence louder than any of the instruments combined. After being subjected to criticism from... Read More

Students utilize morning tutorial more often

Students utilize morning tutorial more often

November 18, 2015 | in News

Since tutorial switched from  after-school to every Tuesday morning, an average of 202 students have attended each tutorial this year, according to the sign-in sheets collected by the administration. Students have access to 33... Read More