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The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Tala Al-Joubori and her family gather with friends to celebrate Eid.

Behind the scenes: celebrating Ramadan

Batul Zanzi, Staff Writer
May 31, 2022

“Allahu Akbar”. Each night, the call to prayer begins as Muslims come together. The atmosphere is filled with the smell of food wafting from the kitchen,...

Players can be killed anywhere by being shot with a water gun.

Senior assassin recap

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
May 31, 2022

One hundred and seventy-four Granite Bay High School seniors began wearing floaties and goggles in public, chasing each other around with squirt guns,...

While both the infinity symbol and the puzzle piece represent autism, the autistic community prefers the former.

Autism and person first language

Lee Randolph, Staff Writer
May 31, 2022

The hostages needed to be saved, all 12 million of them. The New York University Child Center Study plastered ransom notes through New York City with the...

There will definitely be setbacks in life, especially when you’re going for something that you’re really passionate about. But the important thing is to just not give up and stay focused on your goals and dreams,” Pichon said.

Meet GBHS’s new assistant principal: John Pichon

Aiden Sherman, Editor
April 5, 2022

“Funny,” “outgoing,”  “humorous.” All of these words have been used to describe John Pichon, the new assistant principal of Granite Bay High...

Ms. Jossart sits at her desk in her English classroom.

GBHS 2022 new teacher: Elise Jossart

Alexandra Felt, Editor
March 10, 2022

A circle of students talk excitedly, taking turns to discuss their ideas related to the book they have recently finished. Together, they weave explanations...

75 percent of Black Capitals funding is dedicated to Black entrepreneurs as opposed to most venture capital funds where only 1.2 percent are dedicated to Black entrepreneurs.

Black Capital: Black-owned businesses boosted by venture capital fund

Elise Fisher, Assistant editor
January 17, 2022

Though Black people make up over 13% of the United States’ population, a mere 1.2% of investments made in businesses are in ones with Black founders,...

Co-president of the Science Olympiad prepares for an upcoming competition.

Battle of the brains: Science Olympiad underrepresented at GBHS

Saihaj Cheema, Staff Writer
December 20, 2021

Competition reaches its peak as 5000 teams go head to head, determined to outsmart and outperform one another.   Founded in 1994, Science Olympiad...

Sophomore Joaquin Ralph sporting his worn army green Converse Axles; These shoes feature a classic Converse appearance combined with a more laid-back style, promoting comfort and aesthetic. “It gives me nostalgia and mainly comfort,” said Ralph, “Ive been wearing...the same style and brand for the past five years or so.”

Photo Story: Walk in the shoes of a GBHS student

Ryan Kim, Intro staff writer
December 18, 2021

Serene Cheng stands up on the theater stage.

Theater’s Back!

Adelle Fries, Intro Staff Writer
December 17, 2021

A girl yells “from the top!” to the booth at the back of the theater, and rushes to the top of the stairs. As the music begins, the girls file down...

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