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 Michela Smith
Its not easy to add a job to the expectations of being a student at Granite Bay High.

Rumored change for collab day debunked

May 6, 2019

  Collaboration days are one of the perks that tired students look forward to as a reprieve in the school week. The extra hour of sleep provides comfort...

Nick Fisher saw cheerleading in a new light after powderpuff.

Fan of the Month: Nick Fisher

April 26, 2019

  Nick Fisher has been an extremely involved student and always displays school spirit.   Fisher was a powderpuff cheerleader for the 2019 season....

Grizz Time could be on its way out

‘Grizz Time’ could be on its way out

April 10, 2019

 ‘Grizz Time’ has been subject to debate since its relatively recent implementation at Granite Bay High School.   The 28-minute intervention...

This R-rated film was released in theaters Feb. 8, and has received a rating of 4.6/10 from IMDb.

Movie Review: What Men Want

March 29, 2019

   In the comical yet inspirational film, What Men Want, the importance of hard work remedied with the value of family and morals is demonstrated. ...

Joe Young tackles an opponent during a game against Grant High school.

What makes a good leader at Granite Bay?

March 21, 2019

 Sports culture is often times more complex than one is lead to believe.  The drive to earn the highly esteemed title of captain creates a sense...

More of a social club, the Bitter Boys (and Girl) is a group of teachers who keep their lunch get-togethers exclusive to themselves, NO interruptions. Illustrated above is a representation of the Bitter Boys with their iconic symbols, like a golf club.

Do teachers have cliques too?

March 14, 2019

   It is said by many students and parents within the community that Granite Bay is home to many cliques.      However, many wonder if cliques...

Unsuspecting students check their emails to find messages from the Granite Bay High School Administration asking parents to monitor their students’ phones.

Administration advises parents to monitor students’ phones

February 25, 2019

  On December 28, 2018, an email was sent out from the district with the subject line: “Why you should be checking your student’s phone.” ...

Those who suffer from the effects of SAD typically don’t look forward to overly rainy days. The cause of the disorder is unknown, but it affects the circadian rhythm of sufferers and can last throughout the winter.

SAD takes its toll on GBHS students

February 12, 2019

  Cold weather calls for seasonal activities and an escape from the oftentimes brutal heat California endures in the summer months. However, some people...

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