The EYE

  • December 14 Senior Breakfast- May 3rd

Going page by page

Going page by page

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018


Filed under Clubs

Wanted: Social, outgoing people who are dedicated to working with a team of unique individuals in order to create a physical memory of your high school experience. Reward: A new passion and an unforgettable bond with a group of people you’ve both laughed and (possibly) cried with. To be honest, w...

Warm hearts head to the cold

Warm hearts head to the cold

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Shaking girls, forced smiles, and a sea of green poms poms over 500 cheerleaders; the coldest Macy’s Day Thanksgiving parade reported happened to take place this Nov. 2018. Seven senior cheerleaders headed up to New York as the temperature drastically dropped during Thanksgiving break. Many ne...

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under Features

The most underappreciated job at PHUHS is probably one of the most important. Plant Operations are the people that do the dirty work, literally. Seen sweeping up messes to fixing electrical troubles, they’re consistently busy finding a solution to a problem that needs to be fixed. Not only do th...

Flu, what’s up with you?

Jacob Costantino, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under News

It’s better to get a shot than end up in the lobby of a pediatric health care professional, because this year, the flu might get as bad as the 2014-15 flu epidemic. For this reason, The Center for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) is urging people to get ready for the next big flu season. “Because...

The Art Of Juggling

The Art Of Juggling

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under Features

Oswald Spengler once said, “The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.” Clearly success is woven tightly with organization and balance. These are life skill that take some people years to develop but there are always exceptions to everything. Aubry Copeland has always been independent g...

AVID Club

AVID Club

Blake Budd, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under Clubs

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...

Is there no more hope for Hope?

Is there no more hope for Hope?

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

The Sweden vs. United States of America soccer game, a depressing loss for most Americans, was the first time in history that the USWNT did not advance to an Olympic semifinal. After the penalty kick loss of 4-3 for the United States, goalkeeper Hope Solo made some controversial remarks. “They [Sweden]...

Cutting out the calories

Chris Narvaez and Paige Livingston

September 2, 2014


Filed under News

Have you noticed something missing at lunch this year? No, not the seagulls! There are no more of those regular Mountain Dews or french fries that students love. Yes, it’s true. Palm Harbor University is going healthy - at least for now. “We no longer have an A la carte line because there’s...

Have no fear, Peer Connectors are here

Haley Pearson, Joshua Antonio, and Cassidy White

September 2, 2014


Filed under Clubs

How was your first day of high school?  Were you worried that you’d get lost, or that a senior would throw you in a trash can? Peer connectors, a club at PHU, are upperclassmen that serve as role models or mentors to freshmen. They ease the typical nervousness of the incoming freshmen by showing...

The School Newspaper of Palm Harbor University High School
palm harbor university high