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  • Join the Ultimate Club on Campus!
    Club News

    Join the Ultimate Club on Campus!

    Written by Luke Herzog, Journalist

    January 9, 2017

    A new club is joining the ranks of the many in our school. The Ultimate Club will be having weekly practices and encourage new membership. Ultimate -- or ultimate frisbee -- is co-ed and open to any experience level. “We are dedicated to promoting sportsmanship, fair play, and love of the game,”... READ MORE »»

  • You Too Can Go To Peru
    Student Life

    You Too Can Go To Peru

    Written by Emily Roper, Journalist

    January 9, 2017

    What is the Peru Trip, you ask? Well the trip to Peru which is joined with Carmel High School’s language department. This joint tour includes a trip to principal cities, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca. Students who take part can do activities such as weaving and cooking. For the first time this trip... READ MORE »»

  • Serving Up Community Service Ideas
    Student Life

    Serving Up Community Service Ideas

    Written by Michelle Lee, Journalist

    January 9, 2017

    If you are a senior, and you are a bad procrastinator, you might have been worrying about community service. Or, maybe you’re a freshman and don’t procrastinate (which, trust me, is a good thing). Either way, don’t panic, because there are many ways to complete those 48 hours of community servic... READ MORE »»

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  • Buckets for Buckets
    Basketball, Student Life

    Buckets for Buckets

    Written by Eli Elisco, Journalist

    January 9, 2017

    Growing up in the beautiful town of Pacific Grove, it is important to recognize the challenges of those less fortunate around the world. One commodity which we as Americans take for granted is the easy access and availability of clean drinking water. In an effort to raise awareness, I have founded the... READ MORE »»

  • Boy’s Soccer Wraps Up Pre-Season
    Soccer

    Boy’s Soccer Wraps Up Pre-Season

    Written by Zachary Goodwin

    January 9, 2017

    On Thursday, the PGHS Breaker Boys Soccer Team wrapped up a long and arduous seven game pre-season campaign. Head Coach Nicholas Lackey, aiming to give his players exposure to some of the area’s best teams and their styles of play, scheduled the Breakers against many teams several divisions higher... READ MORE »»

    Photo from Boy's 2015 season vs. Carmel

  • The Wonderfully Wacky World of PGHS Aquaponics
    Club News, Garden Club, Student Life

    The Wonderfully Wacky World of PGHS Aquaponics

    Written by Everett Millette, Journalist

    December 18, 2016

    Any PGHS student, at some point this year, has heard the buzz about the Aquaponics Club. Chances are, you’ve spotted their peculiar work located behind the art room. But what exactly is the Aquaponics Club? What does this strange word, aquaponics, actually mean? I’m flattered you asked. Luckily f... READ MORE »»

  • Pismo Beach Band Competition
    A&E, School Spirit, Student Life, Uncategorized

    Pismo Beach Band Competition

    Written by David Tuffs, Reporter

    November 24, 2016

    Pismo Beach -- At five o’clock on Saturday morning, November 5, the student population of the high school consisted entirely of tired and groggy band students getting their instruments ready and clambering for good seats on a slightly-cramped school bus, myself included. But there was excitement in the... READ MORE »»

    Drum Major Mei Bailey holds the band’s Fourth Place Trophy.

  • PG Fights Hard but Doesn’t Reclaim the Shoe
    Football, Sports

    PG Fights Hard but Doesn’t Reclaim the Shoe

    Written by EJ Defensor, Writer, Sports Editor

    November 8, 2016

    Carmel - Last Saturday, The PG Breakers suffered a disappointing loss to the Carmel Padres for the coveted Shoe Game. In addition, the successes of Carmel, Soledad, and Greenfield all ensured that the Breakers would not go to the Playoffs this year. From a scoring viewpoint, much of the game wa... READ MORE »»

    Photo by Jackson Klarsfeld

  • What’s Up with Measure Z, P, X, and the Rest?
    News

    What’s Up with Measure Z, P, X, and the Rest?

    Written by David Tuffs, Journalist

    October 28, 2016

    By now, you’ve probably seen a sign saying something along the lines of ‘No on H’ or ‘Yes on Z,’ whether you are walking to school or just heading somewhere to meet some friends, because these signs are EVERYWHERE. But what do these signs mean? I mean, there is surely more to them than just... READ MORE »»

Breaker Candids

News

Shoe Rally Kicks Off On Right Foot

Shoe Rally Kicks Off On Right Foot

Written by Helena Kurocik

November 4th, 2016 - Pacific Grove High School students were welcomed into the gym by red and gold beads from leadership students and cheerleader enthusiasm. The occasion? The annual Shoe Rally, the final hurrah before the inf...  Read More »

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Looking Locally at the Election

Looking Locally at the Election

Written by Luke Herzog, Journalist

Hey, who needs national politics anyway? Let’s look local. Firstly, California has a newly elected senator -- Kamala Harris. She’s the first Indian American and second female African American senator, setting a much-nee...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

  • Donald Trump: E Pluribus Unum
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PG High Updates

College Spotlight

Reflecting on College Apps: A Rant

Reflecting on College Apps: A Rant

Written by Lexi Rohrer, Journalist

It’s the time of the year where many seniors are finally forced to think about the answers to the question their relatives, teachers, and pretty much everyone else has been...  Read More »

Oct 21 • 1 Comment

What’s Your College App-titude?

October 21, 2016

The dreaded college application...  Read More »

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Sports Scores

I Say So: Weekly Opinions

Donald Trump: E Pluribus Unum

Donald Trump: E Pluribus Unum

Written by Luke Herzog, Journalist

President Trump. Those two words, seemingly fantastical only a short year ago are now a fast-approaching reality. E pluribus unum. Out of many, one. How quickly America forsakes...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

Black Friday? Sales? Shopping? Please give us a break!

Black Friday? Sales? Shopping? Please give us a break!

Written by Emily Roper, Journalist

It seems these days that Christmas creeps up on us earlier and earlier every year. Before fall even starts Christmas décor is already popping up on the shelves of stores....  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

The Disaster That is Homecoming

September 19, 2016

As this year’s first formal danc...  Read More »

Stop Blaming Feminists for Men’s Actions

Stop Blaming Feminists for Men’s Actions

February 27, 2016

“I’m boycotting Sony,” I announced...  Read More »

I Say So: Racism in Pop Culture

I Say So: Racism in Pop Culture

October 25, 2015

In the 21st century, racism is real. Prej...  Read More »

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Recent Posts

Mr. Bell, Mrs. Hall Search For Elusive Miss Cafeteria To Complete Set

Mr. Bell, Mrs. Hall Search For Elusive Miss Cafeteria To Complete Set

PACIFIC GROVE, CA一Armed with binoculars and magnifying glasses, Principal Bell and English teacher Hall set out after school last Tuesday on a quest to find the mythical Miss Cafeteria.

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Jan 19

City Council Proposes New Urination Regulations: Tentatively Called Measure PP

City Council Proposes New Urination Regulations: Tentatively Called Measure PP

January 19, 2017

A Kaleidoscope of Drama

A Kaleidoscope of Drama

January 9, 2017

When Did Life Become a Lie?

January 9, 2017

Pacific Grove High School's Student News Site  -  Pacific Grove, CA
Pacific Grove High School's Student News Site – Pacific Grove, CA