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Yearbook food week

Yearbook food week

Meg Pope, Staff Reporter
May 10, 2017
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With the wrap of the 2016-2017 school year, exams, final deadlines, and graduation coming, the yearbook class decided to have a week dedicated to food to celebrate all of the hard work they have accomplished. The week before “Food Week,” the class divides themselves into groups of 5 or 6 people....

Next stop for future business leaders: California

Next stop for future business leaders: California

Emma Behrmann, Staff Reporter
May 5, 2017
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4,000 teenagers, one hotel, and high hopes for success at the Florida FBLA State Leadership Conference. All members met March 23, 2017 in Orlando. In the sea of future business leaders, there were 32 PHUHS FBLA members. Palm Harbor had success at the 2017 State Leadership Conference (SLC) and took...

Chorus trip 2017: a trip to remember

Mackenzie Lavender, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2017
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While students were in class on April 5th, 90 chorus students packed onto buses and headed to Washington D.C. The trip up was supposed to be 13 hours. However, with all the stops they took, it was about 21 hours. They got to the hotel in Herndon, Virginia at about 4 am. But with so many students, it...

FBLA is headed to states

FBLA is headed to states

Emma Behrmann, Staff Reporter
February 16, 2017
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A sea of teens dressed in suits, business dresses, and blazers were present at Seminole Campus on January 20th. PHUHS FBLA students were prepared take on the competition at districts. The 2016-2017 year’s theme for District 12 was “Soaring to New Heights.” The district competition lasted...

2017 HOSA review

2017 HOSA review

Alexander Thurin, Staff Reporter
February 16, 2017
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Students from the Center for Wellness and Medical Professions (CWMP) program at Palm Harbor University High School made their way to Hillsborough Community College on January 27th. The club, Health Occupations for Students of America (HOSA), had regional competitions to show who has their medical knowledge. HOSA...

How it’s made

Ryan Thompson, Copy Editor
January 13, 2017
Filed under Clubs

Time, effort, and efficiency takes into play whenever the school newspaper or yearbook is being made. With hours upon hours of effort from the student staff, the journalism classes makes sure that the students of PHU are entertained with intriguing stories, and up-to-date news. From start to finish,...

Results of BOA Atlanta

Results of BOA Atlanta

Zoe Antoniadis, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2016
Filed under Clubs

For the first time in 2016, the PHUHS Marching Band made their way to Atlanta to compete amongst other great bands. The band rode buses all the way to Atlanta to have fun and gain experience. Bands of America (BOA), is a national marching band competition where bands from across the country gather...

FCA

FCA

Andy Blair, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2016
Filed under Clubs

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a club  for students who are interested in expanding their faith and having fun while doing it. You don’t have to be an athlete. The club meets every week at Palm Harbor University High School. The club is run by teachers, students, and volunteers from local...

AVID Club

AVID Club

Blake Budd, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2016
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Clubs are not only a great way to get involved with the school and meet people, but are a great opportunity to impress colleges. Organization is an important part of high school and is a very big factor in maintaining good grades. This is the foundation of the AVID program, to help kids stay organized...

Help kids in need this Halloween

Help kids in need this Halloween

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter
October 28, 2016
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UNICEF, created by the United Nations in 1946, provided care to European children affected by WWII. Seventy years later, UNICEF is the world’s leading advocate for children in 190 countries. Besides advocating children’s rights, UNICEF also meets the basic needs of children and expands their opportunities...

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