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GBHS alum featured in George W. Bushs new book, Portraits of Courage

GBHS alum featured in George W. Bush’s new book, “Portraits of Courage”

Kaley Dover, Staff writer
May 12, 2017

Most of us never think about what it takes to keep us safe, but there is a cost that heroes pay. Christopher (Spencer) Milo graduated from Granite Bay...

Music remains a dominant influence in daily lives

Music remains a dominant influence in daily lives

Sidney Zabell, Staff writer
May 9, 2017

In recent years, the influence of music throughout Granite Bay has become extremely significant. Many artists have inspired students through their...

Gina Bateson, a 2000 graduate of Granite Bay High School, is running for Congress in Californias 4th District.

Q & A: Poli sci professor and GBHS graduate Gina Bateson is making a run for Congress

May 4, 2017

Editor's note: The Gazette co-editors-in-chief had a chance to sit down with Gina Bateson, a Granite Bay High School graduate who has launched her campaign...

The festival of colors lives up to its name

The festival of colors lives up to its name

Emily Talmi, Staff writer
May 2, 2017

This year, March 13 marked the Hindu religious holiday, Holi. It is a day to forgive and forget, and celebrate the victory of good over evil. Holi derives...

An issue of control

An issue of control

Samreen Siddiqui, Staff writer
April 21, 2017

The plan to cut federal funding from Planned Parenthood clinics was shot down recently, but defunding could happen in the future. The public questions...

Achieving greater feats by ranking up more feet

Achieving greater feats by ranking up more feet

Logan Embree, Staff writer
April 5, 2017

In today’s culture, attending a four year university has become a prerequisite for a successful and long lasting career. As more and more students graduate...

Students shave their heads and raise donations for childhood cancer

Students shave their heads and raise donations for childhood cancer

Sabina Mahavni, Features editor
April 3, 2017

Who needs hair anyway? March 10, 2017 marked the day of the annual GBHS St. Baldrick’s event, aimed at shaving off the disastrous effects of childhood...

Early grads miss out on senior events

Early grads miss out on senior events

Lyndsey Benner, Staff writer
April 1, 2017

Nineteen seniors this year made the decision to graduate early. This is a tough choice for most considering many senior events take place in the spring...

C.T.E. provides hands-on studies

C.T.E. provides hands-on studies

Sidney Zabell, Staff writer
March 24, 2017

In recent years, a new program has given Granite Bay High School students real-life work experience and provided a preview to careers students are interested...

Early Graduates Keep Busy Working

Early Graduates Keep Busy Working

Caroline Palmer, Staff writer
March 23, 2017

Five thousand hours of  high school. That’s the amount of time that all students spend in what may feel like the longest four years of their life. Exactly...

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