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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

According to a national study conducted by the GLSEN, 59 percent of LGBTQ+ students reported feeling unsafe at school because of their queer identity and 69 percent have been verbally harassed for their sexual identity.

GSA’s pride flag vandalized

Justin Ha, Editor-In-Chief
May 9, 2022

“I think that a kind of culture at Granite Bay has been here for years. It's just persisted for so long that it's awful.” senior Izzy Siebum said....

The RJUHSD findings report predicted that by the time New Pacific School was open to grades K-12, if all of the high school students attending would have otherwise attended an RJUHSD school, the district could lose up to $1.3 million. 

New Pacific School is the newest addition to RJUHSD

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
May 8, 2022

Students in elementary school, spanning from transitional kindergarten through fifth grade, will be able to attend a new Roseville Joint Union High School...

Junior Limal Shaji discusses his course selections for the 2022-2023 school year.

Changes to the 2022-2023 course catalog

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
April 10, 2022

Dual Enrollment Students at GBHS are allowed to sign up to take Dual Enrollment (DE) Statistics, for grades 10-12, and Dual Enrollment English 12, for...

Currently, Boys’ State hosts around 1000 delegates. Girls’ State typically has around 540 delegates in attendance each year. With the upcoming move to Sac State, the program may be able to expand because of increased dorm space.

California Girls’ State and Boys’ State: ‘substantially similar?’

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
April 10, 2022

Two of Granite Bay High School’s current juniors are going to California State University, Sacramento (Sac State) this summer—Kate Broers as a delegate...

Piekuconis teaching his classroom in January.

Long-term substitute escorted out of class

Justin Ha, Editor-in-chief
April 7, 2022

On March 3, substitute teacher, Aaron Piecukonis, was escorted out of his first period CP English 12 class and was temporarily replaced by physical education...

GBHS Media gathers for a group shot at the STN Convention.

GBHS Media finds success at national convention

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
March 9, 2022

   Granite Bay High School’s Media program competed at the Student Television Network  (STN) 2022 National Convention and came home with not one...

Kermit Jones (left) and Kevin Kiley (right)

The road to Congress: Meet the front-runners in District 3’s midterm election

Justin Ha, Editor-In-Chief
February 24, 2022

The midterm election is nine months away and many of the key candidates are gearing up for the road to Congress. District 3, fresh off its redistricting,...

Students talk with friends as they wait in the lunch line.

One-lunch Wednesdays leave mixed opinions among students

Batul Zanzi, Staff Writer
February 18, 2022

During the first few days of school, students were sent an email informing them about the one-lunch Wednesdays which would be starting in the following...

According to KFF, 66% of minors ages 12-17 in the United Sates have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

California bill would give teenagers the right to consent to vaccination without a parent

Justin Ha, Editor-In-Chief
February 17, 2022

With a wave of anti-vaccination sentiments and teenagers' recent eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine California state Sens. Scott Wiener (District 11)...

Ethnic Studies Mandated

Ethnic Studies Mandated

Aiden Sherman, Editor
January 14, 2022

California recently took the contested step of passing a bill that will require the completion of an ethnic studies course in high school for graduation....

Cannabis gummies bought and used by a GBHS student.

GBHS substance abuse

Zoie Walker, Ryan Kim, and Ryan Egan
December 20, 2021

“Your life will do a 360 in the best way possible if you try smoking,” your acquaintance said to you as you and your friends hung out. Now, a few months...

Karl Grubaugh pictured with the Mohammedis, an Afghan refugee family he volunteered to host.

Sacramento welcomes Afghan refugees

Amre Abumarkhieh, Staff Writer
December 8, 2021

   Already home to thousands of Afghan refugees, Sacramento embraces yet another wave of Afghans fleeing the new Taliban regime.    Yousef Nawabi...

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