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Little Women the Musical: A SPHS Production

Little Women the Musical: A SPHS Production

Paloma Welch and Bryan Shedden April 15, 2022

This spring, the St. Petersburg High School theater department presented a phenomenal production of Little Women the Musical. The director of the show this year was the drama teacher, Ms. Broughton. This...

SPOTIFY VS APPLE MUSIC

SPOTIFY VS APPLE MUSIC

Ellie Miller, Social Media Manager/ Opinion/ A&E March 1, 2022

Spotify is better than Apple Music. This topic is one of the most divisive conversations in music and popular culture and it will continue to be debated by many for as long as these platforms exist. While...

Riley Wright loves Canvas!

PCS Connects Canvas: Is This the Better Way to Learn?

Paloma Welch, Opinion Editor March 1, 2022

Upon the outbreak of Covid-19, students and teachers converted to using Canvas as a way to submit and assign classwork and homework. This decision was made as a way to be able to efficiently communicate...

Elly Brackin at the 2021 City Championship

A Day in the Life of an SPHS Swimmer

Paloma Welch, Opinion Editor February 1, 2022

Elly Brackin is a varsity swimmer on the St. Petersburg High School Swim and Dive Team. As well as swimming for St. Pete High during the school season, Elly is also on the year-round club team at St. Pete...

Varsity Track Season

Varsity Track Season

Paloma Welch, Opinion Editor December 6, 2021

With the end of the cross-country season not far behind, the preeminent runners of St. Petersburg High School are in preparation for the start of our varsity track season. Last year, our team was stunted...

The progression of a reading addicts bookshelf...

Repetitive Reads

Paloma Welch, Opinion Editor November 14, 2021

Why are students still reading outdated, over-taught books in schools? From To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, to Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the high school curriculum’s exploitation...

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