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.
Several teachers have come together to help students who might be struggling. Their goal is to help those kids get back on track.
Linda Mitchell is one of the new teachers at Pearce this year. After doing nursing for eight years, she came to Pearce and is currently teaching Anatomy.
Two students founded a new club formed around playing Spike Ball. They hope that the club will be a great opportunity for students to bond and be active.
The Theatre 4 class kicked off their year with their rendition of “Black Snow”, a dark comedy about censorship in Soviet Russia.
Matthew Inch is a math teacher and cross country coach who is a big part of Pearce, but he hasn’t always been an educator. In fact, Mr. Inch started out as an industrial engineer.
Students spend second semester searching and applying for scholarships to ease the financial burden in college. Pearce provides numerous scholarships and encourages student to apply.
The Texas Boys State program helps young men learn about the democratic process and functioning of the government. Previous Pearce students have attended, and junior Michael Clarke will attend this summer.