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

All content by Carissa Lewis
GBHS 2017 valedictorian and salutatorian announced

GBHS 2017 valedictorian and salutatorian announced

May 24, 2017

As Granite Bay High School says goodbye to two outgoing seniors, the University of California at Berkeley will welcome two incoming freshmen. Seniors...

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

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

May 4, 2017

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

There goes the sun (dun dun dun dun)

There goes the sun (dun dun dun dun)

March 17, 2017

Let’s pretend you ask a classmate for scratch paper to take notes, but rather than giving you that new, fresh sheet you expected, your classmate hands...

The painting above was done senior Noelle Berexa.

Two GBHS art students participate in local art show

February 14, 2017

Up to this point, not even state-of-the-art technology has been able to transport humans to new realms, but two innovative individuals have figured out...

One can make a difference

One can make a difference

December 19, 2016

If you had walked into math teacher Tom Farmer’s classroom a month ago, you might have seen a stash of pizza stuffed in the back of the room as an award...

Junior Ryan Hunter appears dead in drunk driving simulation.

[Photo] Every 15 Minutes: An examination of the program’s true impact

December 15, 2016

Junior Ryan Hunter appears dead in drunk driving simulation.

Gratitude shouldnt expire

Gratitude shouldn’t expire

November 17, 2016

A group of family and friends gather together on Thanksgiving Day, excitedly waiting to satisfy their hunger with the delectable treat they spent days...

Multi-gender vs. unisex schools: what determines success?

Multi-gender vs. unisex schools: what determines success?

October 31, 2016

The world contains countless interactions between genders. However, integrating high schools has both its pros and cons in preparing young students for...

Homecoming

Homecoming

October 28, 2016

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Curriculum fails to acknowledge eastern and western cultures fairly

Curriculum fails to acknowledge eastern and western cultures fairly

September 14, 2016

Zoom in on the globe – real close. This limited perspective is what is known as the “Granite Bay bubble,” but just how extensive is this bubble,...

Multilingualism broadens minds

Multilingualism broadens minds

September 9, 2016

For many students, learning a second language is nothing more than a worthless requirement that will be entirely forgotten after they graduate from high...

Club Rush

Club Rush

September 3, 2016

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Home Game

Home Game

September 3, 2016

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Revelations on religious allusions

Revelations on religious allusions

August 30, 2016

Religious sentiments are seldom exhibited, yet still a presence, in public education – the most commonly discussed controversies are the Pledge of Allegiance,...

Decades Dance

Decades Dance

August 20, 2016

1st Day at Granite Bay

1st Day at Granite Bay

August 12, 2016

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Day at the Bay 2016

Day at the Bay 2016

May 13, 2016

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Powder Puff 2016

Powder Puff 2016

April 25, 2016

Miscomprehension prevents open-mindedness

April 5, 2016

  Every year, new campaigns aimed at gaining rights for a particular group of people arouse conflict. Such campaigns inspire the awareness of cultural...

Gazette photo / Carissa Lewis

Belief battles the bewitched

October 26, 2015

  When the sun goes down, darkness fills the sky. But on this day, parents don’t send their children off to bed. It is the one day of the year where...

Optimism does not entail oblivion

Optimism does not entail oblivion

December 13, 2014

Pessimism is known as many things – cynicism, negativism, doubtfulness – and not all of these are entirely inaccurate. But when people refer to pessimism...

Spread the Christmas cheer to those in need

Spread the Christmas cheer to those in need

December 13, 2014

For many, Santa’s Helpers is something to look forward to every winter. Santa’s Helpers is a day for students to travel to an underprivileged school...

Diverse students create different Christmas traditions

Diverse students create different Christmas traditions

December 13, 2014

Photo Credit: Ron Almog, Creative Commons 2.0 Generic As students exit the school for winter break, they begin to deck the halls as “the old year...

Mental Illness: It is Difficult to Understand

Mental Illness: It is Difficult to Understand

November 7, 2014

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), every year about 20 percent of 13–18 year olds undergo a serious mental disorder. If this...

Senior Conduct takes its toll again

Senior Conduct takes its toll again

September 19, 2014

Christmas time is still three months away, but some students are already getting put on the naughty list. This list, however, is only for seniors, and...

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