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Sabotage: cheap action movie or a thriller worth seeing?

Nigel Dollentas
April 16, 2014

The movie sabotage is a movie about DEA agents and their life attacking drug cartels. It turns sour when Breacher, played by Arnold Swarchenegger decides that they need a cut of the money the cartels are making. So on their last raid, they decide to take 10 million dollars from the 1 billion seized,... Read more »

Pelham SGA to hold first student movie night

Haley Payne
April 16, 2014

The SGA is holding a movie night for PHS students on April 24th at 6:30 pm. The movie is Hunger Games: Catching Fire and is going to be held at the Buck Creek Amphitheater. “We wanted to host an event that was low-key and the entire student body could enjoy”, said Mrs. Murray. “It was not really... Read more »

Spring Beak gives students and teachers a well-deserved break

Angel Sarris
March 21, 2014

Spring break is something most students and teachers look forward to the whole month of March. If you are planning on a trip to the beach, heading out on a road trip or doing absolutely nothing, those five days away from school certainly come at the right time, when everyone is ready for a spring vacation. Pelham... Read more »

Students read battle of the books novels

Richard Ginwright
February 25, 2014

Pelham High School is participating in Battle of the Books.  The tryout test was planned to be scheduled Monday, February 10, 2014. Because of the winter weather, the tryout test date has been extended. However the date that they are due is undefined because the county is still trying to finalize this... Read more »

Write Night finally occurs

Jesse Mcclearia
February 25, 2014

Despite the many obstacles, the tenth anniversary of Write Night on Thursday, February 13 went on. Write Night was originally set to take place on Thursday, February 6 but was cancelled due to the possibility of snow later that night. Write Night was then rescheduled for Tuesday, February 11, and was... Read more »

Why celebrate Valentine’s day

Alaina Harris
February 25, 2014

Every February 14th, couples around the world celebrate their love with chocolates, romantic dates, and flowers that they bought last minute at Wal Mart. What few people know is the day’s rich history and St. Valentine himself. One legend states that around three hundred years after Jesus Christ’s... Read more »

New Year, new resolutions

Nathan Gaskins
February 3, 2014

There are many traditions on New Year’s Eve: drinking a glass of champagne, kissing when the clock strikes midnight, watching the ball drop. The most celebrated tradition is most likely making resolutions for the New Year. Some popular ones are along the lines of “losing weight”, resolutions are... Read more »

Pelham HIgh plans for prom


Katie Gentry
January 27, 2014

Pelham High School will host its prom at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, formerly the Wynfrey Hotel, in the Riverchase Galleria on April 12, 2014, from 8 pm to midnight. The theme for Prom this year has not yet been announced and will not be announced until later in the semester. Tickets for Prom are currently... Read more »

Students who took PSAT receive their scores


Carmen Ensminger
January 27, 2014

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who took the PSAT in October received their scores in January. The PSAT is a practice for the SAT, which is a college entrance exam based around math and English. Sophomores who take it can qualify for the Shelby County scholarship program and juniors can qualify for... Read more »

Students help out at Panther Pride Day for service hours

Hayley Boley
November 21, 2013

On Nov. 2, 2013, the Pelham High School held their annual Panther Pride Day. Pelham High School students volunteered to come to the school and take pride in their school and get some Give Me Five hours for community service. “My group took trash outside and cleaned around the campus while others cleaned... Read more »