ASB can improve school spirit without breaking bank

by | April 10, 2014

Somehow organizing the principal to run around in a basketball jersey, freshmen to wear matching outfits, and the final rally basketball game, probably the most attended game of the year, ASB successfully did their... Read More

Service learning

by | March 17, 2014

The assemblies on March 7 were held to get students to start thinking of the topics their grades chose for Service Learning. English teacher and committee member Debbi Hill said that the overall goal... Read More

Dating etiquette

by | February 27, 2014

The Piedmont Highlander’s essential guide to high school dating etiquette A typical date should last two to three hours The initiator of the date should first offer to pay However, the other person should... Read More

College acceptance etiquette

by | January 31, 2014

Seniors may endure months of stress, worry, and endless deadlines as they plough through their college applications. It may be a process of sheer torture, only to be followed by more months of restless... Read More

Acceptance: we think we are further along than we are

by | December 18, 2013

It happens. Although high schools in liberal parts of America have promoted the acceptance of openly gay and transgender students, hate crimes are still inflicted on students around the country for being who they... Read More

Step out of the virtual world and into reality

by | November 19, 2013

In a world that is continuously growing more technologically advanced, it seems almost impossible to not get sucked into the cyber realm. Everyday we feel the need to connect with our peers through social... Read More

3, 2, 1 for Daniels

by | September 23, 2013

Principal Brent Daniels stood in the middle of the football field and told fans how Ambassador Christopher Stevens modeled ‘achieve the honorable” for us. If the new administration plans to use our motto for... Read More

Students should branch out and enjoy life

Students should branch out and enjoy life

by | June 10, 2013

With summer soon approaching, and plans beginning to get made, students should plan time to do something they truly enjoy, rather than scheduling things purely based on looking good for college applications. We believe... Read More

Farewell from TPH staff of 2013

Farewell from TPH staff of 2013

by | May 13, 2013

Dear readers, We hope you are enjoying the last issue edited by the Class of 2013 Editorial Board. Deemed by ourselves as the greatest Editorial Board in the history of PHS, we ask you... Read More

The reason behind TPH’s declassified school survival guide

by | January 29, 2013

The freshman, sophomore, and junior classes are in the course selection process for the 2013-14 school year, which inspired the editorial board to reflect on our underclassmen years and the unknowns that came along... Read More