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The Student News Site of Pattonville High School

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On Tuesday, March 15, Pattonvilles Choirs performed at State Large Ensemble and received an Exemplary score from every single judge. Its the first time four choirs have gone and received these incredible results, Mr. Baker, one of the PHS Choir Directors, said.
Singing Their Way to Victory
Matthew Jacobi, Editor-in-Chief – April 4, 2022

For the first time in history, all of Pattonville Choirs received an “Exemplary” rating from every single judge, the highest rating possible...

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Pattonville School District votes on Prop S in April. The proposition will provide changes to improve district safety.
Legacy Project: PHS Renovations Published
Katie Ridings, Layout/Design Editor – March 11, 2022
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Many high school students struggle with balancing school and other out of school activities. By students having resources to go to, they can have a healthy and memorable high school experience.
How Much Involvement is Too Much Involvement?
Elise Banks , Writing Editor – April 5, 2022

High school students have many opportunities to challenge themselves, whether it's honors or AP courses, sports, clubs, or other activities or...

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One of the hot new items this year is foot wear. From Air Force 1s to Jordans, shoes topped a ton of lists.
Topping The List For The Holiday Season
Sydney White, Staff Writer – December 20, 2021
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Majority of adults get their news from social media rather than traditional media. While getting news from social media may be faster, it is not always reliable.
Social Media Fuels American Polarization
Rebecca Simpkins, Social Media Editor – April 4, 2022

Does social media help progress ideas or just set people in conflict? Since there has been trend away from traditional news sources toward social...

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17 year-old Tate Myre on Oxford High Schools football field.
The Untold Hero of the Oxford Shooting
Christian Movick, Multimedia Editor; News Writer – March 15, 2022
Brian Foust gets a deer with a drop tine nine pointer during the 2020 season in Fredricktown, MO.
Looking Down From a Deer Stand
Hayden Foust, Staff Writer – December 20, 2021
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Peyton Gregory and Rebecca Simpkins discuss the importance of finding healthy coping mechanisms; featuring Lillian Cave and McKenzie Seagraves.
Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms
Peyton Gregory and Rebecca Simpkins January 3, 2022

Peyton Gregory and Rebecca Simpkins discuss the importance of finding healthy coping mechanisms; featuring Lillian Cave and McKenzie Seagraves.

Through the good and bad times leading up to the show, the end of the four month journey was bittersweet for the company. Connor claimed, “I got to connect with people that I wouldn’t have expected to connect with and to be able to try to work up to be the same role model as the seniors did my freshman year.” Seeing the process from the beginning to the end is something anyone who is involved in theater likes to see. Keller explained, “It was the seeing things go from the start of the four months to the end, how everything slowly builds and builds, and ‘Oh this isn’t gonna look good’ to the end where ‘Oh my gosh this is amazing’ that made this so worth it for me.”
Behind the Scenes of the Spring Musical
Abigail Evers and Mackenzie Rosenthal April 20, 2022

After four months of preparation, the Pirate Players performed a production of The Little Mermaid on February 17, 18, 19, and 20. Although...

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Mori Calliopes cover art for her newest album, Your Mori.
Rising Star: Mori Calliope
Hayden Gust, Staff Writer – March 11, 2022
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Pattonvilles 12 senior athletes decided to sign and continue their sports career at a college level.
Signing Day: Pirates Choose Their Next Mascot
Rebecca Simpkins, Social Media Editor – April 20, 2022

Students spend countless hours at games, practices, and time on their own striving for one goal: playing in college. Only 7% of high school...

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