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Science department braces for upcoming coursework changes

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Honors Chemistry – a class favored by many students – is being dropped in order to make room for curriculum changes.

Recent News Stories

GBHS uses survey to bridge its gaps

GBHS uses survey to bridge its gaps

   It is widely accepted that educational opportunities for students should be equal, that the success of students should not be determined by their social class, race or their circumstances at birth.    Yet, while African-American, Latino and low-income students are about...

Every 15 Minutes leaves lasting impact

Every 15 Minutes leaves lasting impact

  The sound of screams, police sirens and tears rang through the thick, smoky air on the morning of November 14.   It was the screaming that was the loudest, mostly from two Granite Bay High School juniors, Samantha Hutchinson and Brenna Halloran, as they had just been...

Dying dances

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Are the dances on the GBHS campus losing support?

Recent Lifestyle Stories

Students observe cliques in the school environment

Students observe cliques in the school environment

Cliques, although thought to be a cliché about high school, could very well be a problem that exists on the Granite Bay High School campus currently.   “I wouldn't say (campus) is full of cliques, but they definitely do exist,” senior Anderson...

Embracing those with disabilities

Embracing those with disabilities

  Distinguishing the difference between assumptions and truth can be difficult sometimes, especially in regards to the misconceptions over those with disabilities.   Due to fear, a lack of understanding, and often times ignorance, establishing...

Cheerleaders wave goodbye to basketball season

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Senior Faye Miller cheering on the sideline of a GBHS varsity football game

Recent Sports Stories

Skiing vs. snowboarding

Skiing vs. snowboarding

 A cold white sea floods the mountain, submerging everything in its path in a thick powder. The icy sting of the wind whips through the air as the lifts begin to operate, moving up the hill. The temperature is freezing, and a frost coats the trees: it’s...

NRA Foundation grant funds trap team

NRA Foundation grant funds trap team

  The National Rifle Association: the name has been in headlines across the nation because of its controversial policies as a staunchly conservative interest group.   The NRA Foundation, however, is a branch of the NRA established in 1990 that...

Real vs. fake trees

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A Christmas tree bringing the spirit of the holidays into a family's home

Recent Entertainment Stories

Does one size really fit all?

Does one size really fit all?

  Over time as new trends develop, different clothing stores and brands start to become more popular.   In the most recent years, the 80’s and 90’s vintage look has become popular amongst teens and young adults.   Most stores sell...

Bandwagon boogies

Bandwagon boogies

  Fandoms are looking down upon all the trend-following listeners to their favorite artists that they've idolized for years before.   One thing that gets these groups of fans more mad than anything is the idea of all the ‘trend followers’...

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Every 15 Minutes Crash Scene

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Junior Samantha Hutchison was involved in the fatal accident that killed three Granite Bay High School students.

Homecoming 2018

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Senior King Rami Sadek and Queen Taylor Harris celebrate their victory with a ride in the Bat-Mobile.

Grizzly Retreat 2018

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The class of 2022 gathers in the quad after being welcomed to Granite Bay High School

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