The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Shamrock the service dog occasionally gets a break from his duties when hes working at Granite Bay High.

Meet Granite Bay’s ultimate service dog

MacKenzie Brown, Green Screen editor
December 6, 2017

  Shamrocks are known as universal symbols for hope, love and luck, and that’s exactly what Granite Bay High School student services attendant Aimee...

To test or not to test...

To test or not to test…

McKenna Aram, Co- Editor in Chief
December 5, 2017

  Every year, millions of high school students take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, also known as the PSAT. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors...

Black Student Union returns

Black Student Union returns

Steph Kang, Co Editor in Chief
December 1, 2017

  The Black Student Union's difficulty in finding an adviser this fall has brought special attention to the lack of diversity among the educators on...

Kanchananakhin, Ryan Haug, Stanley Huang, Michael O’Dea, Nikolay Kisel, Jai Pakhale, Eric Werner, Ryan Hunter, David Song, Steph Kang, Divya Shetty, Mackenzie Hall, Sarah Ansari and Ryan Gong, left to right,  were all recognized as National Merit commended scholars in the annual National Merit Sholarship contest based on PSAT scores.

Class of 2018 National Merit honorees named

Jake Criscione, Sports Editor
December 1, 2017

 What’s the point of taking the PSAT? That exact question is asked every year by sophomores and juniors all around the nation.   Along with serving...

Sophomore Blake Rudig defends his teams goal during the Unified Sports event Friday.

Special Education students shine through Unified Sports

Sabina Mahavni, Co Editor in Chief
November 17, 2017

  Nov. 3 marked the second annual Placer County Unified Sports event, giving special needs students from 10 different schools the opportunity to not...

Despite all of the challenges recently faced in America, there is still a lot to be proud of.

To pledge or not to pledge

Katie Cologna, Co Editor in Chief
November 17, 2017

  The recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance has been an ongoing tradition within the public school system. It has become an action to which students...

Lose a loved one – gain respect for another one

Lose a loved one – gain respect for another one

Sabina Mahavni, Co-Editor in Chief
November 13, 2017

 It’s 9:02 p.m. on Oct. 18. I’m baking chocolate chip banana muffins for my journalism class, my mom’s cleaning the kitchen and my dad’s watching...

Many girls at GBHS say the schools enforcement of the dress code is biased.

Dress code issues continue at GBHS this year

Ashley Altmann, Staff Writer
November 1, 2017

  There is no shortage of reports in the media about dress code scandals in schools across America.   Whether it be complaints of humiliating...

Connor Vivaldi dribbles down the field, representing RIASA College on his jersey.

Early graduates wave goodbye to Granite Bay High

Kennedy Healy, Staff Writer
October 24, 2017

After high school, everyone goes down their own path. Some people  however, chose to begin their journey a little bit early.   Many students at...

Some DACA recipients may now face deportation if they dont renew their permits in time.

DACA children are at risk

Sabina Mahavni, Co Editor In Chief
October 12, 2017

  The Trump Administration announced in early September to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals act, denying “dreamers” deferred action. ...

Left to Right: Brenna Halloran, Emily Bradley and Jaclyn Ohlsen gasp while looking at a review on the Rate My Teacher app

Teachers receive from five stars to no stars

Ashley Altmann, Staff Writer
October 4, 2017

  Every time a new school year rolls around, students and parents anxiously anticipate their new class schedules.   Many will then turn around...

With barber shops and hair salons closed, hair dyeing and cutting seems to be a popular activity for those stuck at home.

Choosing Traditional or Trade Schools

Makayla Clement, Staff Writer
September 28, 2017

  Students having to decide their future when they’re as young as 14 years old – still uncertain about that choice, but having no other option other...

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