Month: February 2017

Class disruptions arise from a variety of sources

Some classes at Pearce have been host to some disruptive students this year. Every student has his motives and reasons, but in the end no matter what they do, they always hurt others and themselves academically in the process.

Extracurriculars offer lifelong benefits to those who choose wisely

Students spend a lot of extra time doing extracurriculars at Pearce, but sometimes they don’t ask themselves if they really enjoy what they do and if it really helps them. These extra activities could be hurting them in school without their realizing it.

Seniors wrestle with college choices

As the semester continues, senior students are beginning to make decisions about which university they will attend next year in the fall, if they have not done so already. With students going in different directions after high school, there are also different factors that go into them making their decisions.

Dress Code

Students are not following the dress code provided in Pearce High School. Many students are concerned about this because they are obligated by their parents to follow the dress code. But when they arrive at school, they see boys and girls dressed inappropriately, walking past teachers and principals and not getting confronted for dress code violations.