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 Maya Snow
GBHS teachers have stories to tell from their eventful senior year experiences.

[Photo] Teachers reminisce on their senior years

March 19, 2020

GBHS teachers have stories to tell from their eventful senior year experiences.

Students host mysterious and suspicious activities at a local park.

[Photo] ‘Pills’borough

February 4, 2020

Students host mysterious and suspicious activities at a local park.

The phrase OK, boomer has grown in popularity across younger generations.

[Photo] OK Boomer goes viral

January 17, 2020

The phrase "OK, boomer" has grown in popularity across younger generations.

Teens have an understanding on why their parents use the app, but it still stirs some discontent.

[Photo] Families in community use app to track their teens

November 19, 2019

Teens have an understanding on why their parents use the app, but it still stirs some discontent.

Thrifting is bringing older fashion back, while also letting students get more for their buck.

Let’s get thrifty

October 30, 2019

   In recent years, thrift shopping has worked its way back into teenagers’ lives.     Senior Kendyl Kring loves to thrift shop, and she has...

Senior Dillon Hamilton has a tattoo on his forearm representing his grandpa’s date of birth.

Tattoo who?

October 8, 2019

As students walk around the Granite Bay High campus, they see many works of art tattooed onto people’s bodies. Everybody expresses themselves in different...

Independence High School is starting to become an appealing option to students at Granite Bay High School who need a change of pace.

[Photo] Independence High School is on the rise

October 3, 2019

Independence High School is starting to become an appealing option to students at Granite Bay High School who need a change of pace.

While underwater, Snow took a shot of the new perspective below the waterline.

Commentary: Taking a deep dive into climate change

August 21, 2019

  If you have ever been under water, sitting on the ocean floor, you know what I mean when I say you’re in a whole new universe. When I’m just swimming...

Granite Bay students dive into their irrational habits and fears they have during the (un)lucky month of March.

St. Patty’s Day Superstitions

March 12, 2019

   Pinch, punch, first of the month. Ireland in the 15th century was a very superstitious place. People would do that routine every first to banish the...

A GBHS student displays a metal straw which is a reusable alternative to environmentally damaging plastic. Many others are following the trend.

Plastic straws damage the environment

February 21, 2019

  Marvin C. Stone invented the straw in 1888. Today, about 500 million straws are used daily. However, many students on the Granite Bay campus are passionate...

Ashlyn Hemphill, junior, works hard and dedicates a majority of her time to playing water polo.

Athlete of the Month: Ashlyn Hemphill

January 24, 2019

     From the age of just five years old, Ashlyn Hemphill has been playing sports. She became interested in water polo in fifth grade, and has been...

A Christmas tree bringing the spirit of the holidays into a familys home

Real vs. fake trees

December 7, 2018

  The question that always pops up around Christmas time  ethically is - what is the better option real, or artificial trees?   Fake trees are...

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