Articles by Sarah Beasley

Students embark on annual Mexico mission trip

Students embark on annual Mexico mission trip

March 28, 2017 | in Campus

The Piedmont Community Church’s annual Mexican mission trip will transport over 300 PHS students to build 18 houses in Tijuana this coming spring break. “The hundreds of volunteers work all day in their [construction]... Read More

Piedmont parties pressure police: fresh, fast knowledge

Piedmont parties pressure police: fresh, fast knowledge

March 7, 2017 | in Web

It is important for teens to stay safe and be aware of social pressure so that they can make decisions that are right for them, Youth Educator junior Duncan said. Youth Educators (YEDs) primarily... Read More

Piedmont, Parties, Pressure, Police: piedmont party people

Piedmont, Parties, Pressure, Police: piedmont party people

March 7, 2017 | in A Closer Look

Piedmont High School. Although associated with hard work, good test scores and affluence, our school has another side to it: the party scene. Whether it involves alcohol or just friends hanging out at a... Read More

Gap Year programs offer alternative pathway for seniors post-graduation

Gap Year programs offer alternative pathway for seniors post-graduation

February 7, 2017 | in News

Representatives from gap year programs will hold lunchtime meetings to inform students about gap year options this February in the College and Career Center. “We want to provide students with information that allows them... Read More

Football recaps their successful season

Football recaps their successful season

December 21, 2016 | in Football

The Highlanders wrapped up a successful football season in late November with an overall 8-5 record and a trip to the NCS semi-finals against Cardinal Newman. “This season was passionate and unpredictable in a... Read More

Glauber dances her way from coast to coast

Glauber dances her way from coast to coast

November 29, 2016 | in Arts

Following the satisfying ring of the school bell signaling one school day closer to graduation, most high schoolers hurry home only to plop down on the couch and browse the internet. Senior Elisa Glauber,... Read More

No more clowning around

No more clowning around

November 1, 2016 | in Opinions

Clowns. With their twisted smiles and distorted features, few people escape childhood without an irrational fear of the masked performers. This fall, however, the country has been confronted by these painted creatures who regrettably... Read More