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Granite Bay Today

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Granite Bay Today

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Medical experts prepare a gurney to carry away the injured passengers.

[Photo] Every 15 Minutes: The Crash

November 16, 2016

Medical experts prepare a gurney to carry away the injured passengers.

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[Photo] Homecoming

October 28, 2016

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[Photo] Homecoming

October 28, 2016

Picture Perfect? On August 4, sophomores Max Johnson and James Spargo go to have their pictures taken. After picking up their schedules,they looked at their new ID cards. I thought James’ picture was really funny,” Johnson said. Photo by Isaac Noschka

[Photo] The Week at GBHS: Back to School

August 21, 2015

Picture Perfect? On August 4, sophomores Max Johnson and James Spargo go to have their pictures taken. After picking up their schedules,they looked at...

CATCHING UP: Since lunch time is a time to talk with friends, freshman Claire Lugo catches up with them. They don’t have all the same classes, so lunch is when they all see each other. Photo by Melissa Goni

[Photo] Photo Gallery: The Week at GB, 5-1-15

May 6, 2015

CATCHING UP: Since lunch time is a time to talk with friends, freshman Claire Lugo catches up with them. They don’t have all the same classes, so lunch...

BOOK BREAK: To show her friends, freshman Sarah Ansari points at a drawing in her book during second lunch on April 16. The book was called High Rule Historia and she brought it to school so she could share it with her friends. “I like that the book has lots of concept art and it has Legend of Zelda in it,” Ansari said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes

[Photo] Photo Gallery: This Week at GB, 4-14-15

April 17, 2015

BOOK BREAK: To show her friends, freshman Sarah Ansari points at a drawing in her book during second lunch on April 16. The book was called High Rule Historia...

Playing “Come Together” by the Beatles, senior Harrison Tucker enjoys first period Guitar with Stafford. Tucker enjoys playing the song because it’s “arguably one of the best songs the Beatles ever wrote, [and it has] an incredibly distinct bass line.”  “Come Together” is a favorite for Tucker because to him, it revolutionized the instrument.
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[Photo] Photo Gallery: The week at GB, 4-7-15

April 13, 2015

Playing “Come Together” by the Beatles, senior Harrison Tucker enjoys first period Guitar with Stafford. Tucker enjoys playing the song because it’s...

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