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History EOC

It’s unbelievable that students in AICE US History have to take a US History EOC on top of taking our AICE test. Juniors are being forced to do it too! A bunch of other students at PHS, including me, would not be complaining if it did something that would benefit us. BUT IT DOES NOT!

Tech Is Running Dry

The tech industry as of late has had many issues with scalpers, short supply and pandemic limitations. At first it did not seem to be a problem, but after the release of new pc tech, it seemed to start unearthing a lot of the issues in the whole system. When the latest pc tech came

SAT Complaints

Recently our Junior class has taken the SAT tests as an entire class. This test session was paid for by the school making it free for all those that took the test. However, this has made many seniors jealous as they have not received a free test session from the school. This was due to

All Slingshot Rides Close In Florida

In Kissimmee Florida two teens were saved by the Osceola County and Kissimmee fire fighters after the cable breaks during the slingshot ride. State officials say there are four slingshot rides, Kissimmee, Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Panama City beach. Officials say that the rides are and will be closed for investigation purpose, officials say “(There

Happy 1 Year of Covid

It feels like yesterday we were all excited about getting a two-week spring break due to a little virus known as Covid 19. What we did not know is that that extra week of spring break would turn into online learning, social distancing, and masking up. Here we are one year later and still social

Charged for nothing?

It’s great that the school has drink vending machines, but half of the time we can’t even get the drink. The diet soda vending machines often have problems either saying “cash only” or all sold out. But the biggest issue with the machines are charging cards without giving the student the drink, or it will

Black History Month

This article is focusing on Africans Americans who made accomplishments. February 1976 is when Black History Month went from celebrated from a week to being celebrated the entire month. This month is a annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their role in U.S. history. I interviewed my History teacher,