Senior Mark Saving placed second in the national Academic Decathlon competition, which started on April 21 in Madison, Wis.
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.
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.
With over 100 million daily active users and over 40 percent of those being under the age of 24, Snapchat is undoubtedly the most popular social media site among teenagers and young adults. It is estimated that teens spend around nine hours a day on social media, so how does an app like snapchat speak so powerfully about today’s culture, and how is it changing our daily lives?
The Texas Association of Future Educators is a non-profit organization allowing young women and men to explore the teaching profession. TAFE is an after-school club that is now open to anybody who is interested in learning more about the teaching and training field.
Peggy Dillon has become the new Pearce Interim Principal after serving as Executive Director of High Schools for RISD. She brings years of experience from the education industry.
Hayden Steed went with the Dallas Mustangs to compete in a Belgium swimming meet.
Winter Guard is getting ready for competitions this year. They work for hours on intricate routines in order to do their best.
AP Biology and Pre-AP Chemistry teacher Matthew Fields makes sure that his students succeed using a variety of methods.
Girls Who Code is a new club offered at Pearce this year. It allows anyone who is interested in computer science to meet people who have the same interest.