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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 Cori Caplinger
Seniors celebrate when they get their college acceptance letters, but this year theyve been celebrating alone during the coronavirus lockdown.

College admission update during COVID-19 quarantine

April 24, 2020

   For all seniors, spring semester senior year is a time for all to discuss their futures, aspirations, and goals among themselves. It’s a time to...

Cori Caplinger is a senior editor for GraniteBayToday.org and for the Gazette student newspaper at Granite Bay High.

Commentary: A message for all

April 3, 2020

This is a message to all.  This is a testament to the strength and loss you have felt. To the lack of normalcy. To the abrupt interruption of our lives.  This...

Cori Caplinger is a senior editor for GraniteBayToday.org and for the Gazette student newspaper at Granite Bay High.

Commentary: Unprecedented times is not an excuse

March 26, 2020

If you had told me March 13 was possibly my last day of high school ever, I would have laughed in your face. If you had told me that I would potentially...

During the coronavirus crisis, students lives have changed dramatically. No longer are they gathering at Granite Bay High. Instead, theyre at home – and trying to make sense of what it all means. For GraniteBayToday.org editor Cori Caplinger, the weight of statistics homework is lightened by the presence of her dog, Jubilee, who often joins her on her bed.

[Photo] Coronavirus Journals, Week 1

March 20, 2020

During the coronavirus crisis, students' lives have changed dramatically. No longer are they gathering at Granite Bay High. Instead, they're at home –...

International Womens Day shines light on the successes and achievements of women around the world.

International Women’s Day spurs societal reflection at GBHS

March 10, 2020

There has rarely been a time where the inequalities of the sexes hasn’t been prevalent. But the historical inequalities have shown only slow improvement...

Cori Caplinger is a senior editor for GraniteBayToday.org and for the Gazette student newspaper at Granite Bay High.

Commentary: Valuable life lessons change perspectives

February 19, 2020

There is no pain as great as the feeling of a tremendous loss. When I say “pain” I mean the true and unbearable feeling of losing someone you loved,...

Students express frustration at personal finance course deviations from previous years.

Mandatory online course changes result in conflicts with students

February 14, 2020

In what was supposed to be a fun, final semester for Granite Bay High School’s senior class has now become a rush to meet graduation requirements. The...

Senior athletes prepare to commit to the next 4 years
From left to right: 
Marli Bannai: Swim, UC San Diego
Emma Broers: Soccer, Sacramento State
Jack Gillespie: Swim, University of Tennessee
Kevin Haynes and Aiden Isola: Baseball, Sacramento State 
Summer Holt: Soccer , Texas Christian University
Ashlynn Hemphill: Swim, San Diego State University
Maryssa Schulz: Crew, Oregon State University
Nolan Wilson: Baseball, 
University of Nevada, Reno

[Photo] Athletes commit on national signing day

January 9, 2020

Senior athletes prepare to commit to the next 4 years From left to right: Marli Bannai: Swim, UC San Diego Emma Broers: Soccer, Sacramento State Jack...

The new district superintendent has passed 14 initiatives. Teachers want these initiatives to succeed but feel they are not allowed to question them or vote on them

Teachers fear they lack a voice and representation in RJUHSD

December 19, 2019

For some teachers who work in the Roseville Joint Union High School District, the general attitude and relationship between the district and its educators...

Drug culture at GBHS has become a concern as easy-access drugs such as marijuana are becoming more an more normalized.

Student and administration question campus drug safety

October 21, 2019

Drugs have become a rising concern among families, schools and students as new information comes to light regarding their implications on younger people. Harmful...

Cori Caplinger is a senior editor for GraniteBayToday.org and for the Gazette student newspaper at Granite Bay High.

Commentary: Dreams should be encouraged

October 9, 2019

Trust me when I say this, I get it.  I get your fear of the unknown. I understand you want what’s best for your child. I understand you want them...

Ashlynn Hultman waits her turn to be part of one of the many rally activities.

Decades Rally 2019

August 13, 2019

Shamrock and Rielta, GB’s service dogs, focus on their owners healths while waiting for instructions.

[Photo] Service dogs offer help, awareness and education

February 28, 2019

Shamrock and Rielta, GB’s service dogs, focus on their owners' healths while waiting for instructions.

According to some students at Granite Bay High, there has been a rise in the number of students using inappropriate racial slurs.

Community notes rise of racist comments

October 29, 2018

  Racism is prevalent enough in American society that it is now affecting students in what should be an accepting high school environment.     According...

Cori Caplinger

Commentary: The Importance of Friendships

October 24, 2018

The possibility of losing my friends when I leave high school scares me. In fact, I often try not to think about it.  Until last year, I’d never...

Cori Caplinger

Commentary: We Need to Talk About Toxic Masculinity

September 11, 2018

Whenever toxic masculinity is introduced into a conversation, we tend to shy away from the topic. This is not only frustrating, it is also very dangerous....

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