Articles by Matt Horst

Seniors earn awards at the Spring instrumental concert

June 5, 2013 | in Web

On Tuesday June 4, the PHS symphonic band, jazz band, and orchestra held their last concert of the school year. In addition to each group playing their respective three songs, the Music Department Senior... Read More

The senior voice: in May

The senior voice: in May

May 13, 2013 | in Senior Voice

Sitting in the classroom on a warm, sunny day, my mind cannot help but drift towards the next four years of my life, college. As I think about the future, I also reflect on... Read More

DDG to play ‘Music Mondays’

DDG to play ‘Music Mondays’

April 10, 2013 | in Arts

For four Mondays throughout the rest of the school year, the sound of sweet jazz can be heard through the Quad at lunch courtesy of Duck Duck Goose. Duck Duck Goose, also known as... Read More

Get the scoop on Kevin Hughes: an ice cream entrepreneur

Get the scoop on Kevin Hughes: an ice cream entrepreneur

January 29, 2013 | in Campus

After more than two and a half days of chopping, mixing, freezing, and wiping counter tops, the wait is finally over. Left on the dinner table is the final result, dishes of ice cream... Read More

Religious youth dedicate time

January 7, 2013 | in A Closer Look

For students, involvement within their place of worship sometimes goes beyond the routine trips to the synagogue or church. Instead of the standard of going every weekend for a few hours, there are students... Read More

Varsity men’s basketball beats Kelseyville 70-26, Freshmen step up

Varsity men’s basketball beats Kelseyville 70-26, Freshmen step up

December 10, 2012 | in Basketball

The Highlanders got to work immediately after senior James Ormond won the tip against the Kelseyville Knights. After a few failed attempts from both teams, the Highlanders started to develop their rhythm and began... Read More

Facebook page demands Piedmont’s return

Facebook page demands Piedmont’s return

November 13, 2012 | in Campus

Fingers furiously typing away on the keyboard responding to outlandish claims and accusations, how could people be so naïve? Such thoughts and actions have been provoked often on a recently created Facebook page, Return... Read More

Mock election echoes national election

Mock election echoes national election

November 13, 2012 | in News

President Barack Obama emerged as the victor in the annual mock election held for the entire school on Oct 30, echoing the rest of the country’s sentiments. All propositions on the ballot were passed... Read More

Results and photos from the Mock Election

Results and photos from the Mock Election

November 2, 2012 | in Photo Galleries

During the mock election held at lunch on Oct. 30, incumbent President Barack Obama was “voted” into his second term of office while all propositions on the ballot but two were passed. The other... Read More

Essert skates worldwide, gathers experiences

Essert skates worldwide, gathers experiences

October 22, 2012 | in Sports

Speeding down the hill, swerving around corners, successfully winning two events in the mountains of Colorado, otherwise known as a typical week for senior skateboarder Byron Essert. Essert, who is sponsored by Skate One... Read More