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Pikesville High School Presents: The Wiz

Pikesville High School Presents: The Wiz

Kayla Ain, Assistant Double Truck Editor

January 31, 2017


Filed under News

On March 23- 26 Pikesville High School will perform a musical called “The Wiz”. This year, Jamie Van Wyk (’17) is performing in the Pikesville High School Production and explains that she is nervous but excited to be participating in the musical this year. Jamie is passionate about participating in the m...

More Intelligences than One

More Intelligences than One

Aida Porter-Hyatt, Teacher’s Corner Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Junior year brings a new level of competition to Pikesville High. With one last year to boost GPAs, students are more focused on their grades than any other year. Another reason for the new completive air is that students are beginning to take their SATs and ACTs for the first time. These scores, either...

Teachers’ Perspective on the Grading Policy

Teachers’ Perspective on the Grading Policy

Hannah Jenarine, Assistant Grab Bag Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Teacher's Corner

Alfie Khan said, “The more we want our children to be lifelong learners, genuinely excited about words and numbers and ideas, avoid sticking to what’s easy and safe, and become sophisticated thinkers, the more we should do everything possible to help them forget about grades.”   As previous...

Not So Colorful Graduation

Not So Colorful Graduation

Kelsey Kessler, Assistant Opinion Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Throughout the history of Pikesville High School, the tradition at graduation has always been that men wear the purple gowns and the women wear the white gowns. This year Pikesville decided to make all seniors wear purple gowns. With this change, there has definitely been a mix of feelings among the...

Paving the Way for Nursing

Paving the Way for Nursing

Jamela Vidal, Double Truck Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Doubletruck

The medical field has a wide range of professions for people to pursue. The ones that immediately come to mind are doctors and physicians; however, another occupation in the medical field that tends to go unnoticed is nursing. There are various nursing positions to take into consideration when thinking...

Scholar of the Issue: Daniel Zafman

Scholar of the Issue: Daniel Zafman

Dennis Nazarov, Assistant Sports Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Student Life

For many high school students, the most difficult part is balancing their time. They struggle with time management between different commitments such as school, work, sports, and clubs. However, this isn’t an issue for Daniel Zafman, a current junior at Pikesville High School, who has a high GPA while...

Student Aide Transforms into AVID Tutorial

Student Aide Transforms into AVID Tutorial

Lindsey Schindler, Grab Bag Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Senior year is the time in a student’s life to apply to colleges, experience senioritis, decide their plans for after graduation, and have the ability to choose a modified school schedule. One of these modifications available to seniors is an AVID tutorial, formerly known as a “student aide.” AVID...

Mrs. Haroth: A True Inspiration

Mrs. Haroth: A True Inspiration

Samantha Datnoff, News Editor

January 23, 2017


Filed under Teacher's Corner

Pikesville is home to many wonderful teachers who inspire their students every day. While the primary objective of teachers is to explain course material and prepare their students for finals, another vital job they hold is understanding the personalities of their students. Over the course of a year,...

Students React to Schedule Changes

Students React to Schedule Changes

Guiliana Datnoff, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2017


Filed under News

With spring break just over a month away, students’ excitement for a needed breather before PARCC tests, SAT day, and weeks of frantic preparation for upcoming AP exams grows. Plans are arranged for international vacations and week-long sleep sessions, while juniors use the week as an opportunity to...

A Look into the Smithsonian Museum

A Look into the Smithsonian Museum

Victoria Frank, Sports Editor

January 23, 2017


Filed under Grab-Bag

The Smithsonian Museum is a widely known institution with nineteen museums and nine research centers located around the world. The Smithsonian museums help to educate and experience the past. The first museum opened in 1855 and now has spread throughout the years by various contributions. In 2014 the...

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