• Curvy Crooner wins Mr. GPHS

    Curvy Crooner wins Mr. GPHS

    Miya Lesko, Staff Writer

    From comedic half naked boys dancing on stage, to cross dressing and a little cute couple action from Mr. Blair and Mr. Divito; this year’s Mr. GPHS competition determined who the true Mr. GPHS really is. Throughout the night we saw the contestants from all four grade levels showing off their swim... READ MORE »»

    photo by Madison Stauffer

  • Run Fast, Vault High

    Run Fast, Vault High

    Kianna Garner, Staff Writer

    With the spring sports teams jumping into season, senior Annika Dayton is hard at work. Dayton competes on the track and field team in pole vaulting with sprints as secondary events. She began pole vaulting her sophomore year and continues to improve. Last year, Dayton finished 7th in state... READ MORE »»

    photo by Kianna Garner

  • Softball Scores 20 for the Win

    Softball Scores 20 for the Win

    by Emma Bollinger, Staff Writer

    On March 19th, Glacier Peak’s softball team played their second non-conference match up against Mount Vernon High School. The lady grizzlies knew they had to settle the score and win due to a tough loss on Wednesday. “It was definitely really important to us to win so we could prove to... READ MORE »»

    photo by Alex Fatkin

  • Beach Bums

    Beach Bums

    Rachel Summers, Staff Writer

    Sticks and stones will break my bones but these stones will never hurt you. Young entrepreneurs Jessica Martin and Breannah Kanaly started their online business by wrapping their own stones and wearing them to match their hippie look. Their peers started to ask them to wrap their own stones and they... READ MORE »»

    Donated, Photo of Dress on website.

  • Crashing Through Cathcart

    Crashing Through Cathcart

    Lexi Little, Staff Writer

    Although traffic lights are supposed to prevent car accidents, sometimes they do the opposite. The new light down the road from Glacier Peak has proven more dangerous than anything else. In the past month, there have been an astounding five wrecks and this is all thanks to the construction of the new... READ MORE »»

    Photo donated Nick Lavigne

Academics

Dawg Trainers: Wind Ensemble takes Class at UW

Dawg Trainers: Wind Ensemble takes Class at UW

Remi Pitstick, Staff Writer

Tuesday February 10th...  Read More »

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Student Life

Amérique

Amérique

Olivia Lytle, Staff Writer

For most of us that have grown up in the United States of America, English is the first and sometimes only language we speak. Many go through their education in the United...  Read More »

March 17, 2015 • 0 comments

Opinion

Is quality really worth the wait?

Is quality really worth the wait?

Emma Stafford, Staff Writer

School lunches are something that are stereotypically dreaded. Stories are told of cold food being slopped onto plates and of mystery entrees whose ingredients are yet to...  Read More »

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Do Grades Matter?

February 17, 2015

Heartbreak in High School

February 12, 2015

Upcoming Events

Friday March 27th our baseball teams play games against Shorecrest, JV is home and Varsity is at Shorecrest. Both games start at 4! Try to make it out to one!

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments

March 27th both of  our Softball teams are away at Meridian Park to play against Shorewood. JV plays at 4pm and Varsity plays at 6pm!

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Girls tennis have matches against Lynwood today starting at 3:30, Friday March 27th. Varsity is home and JV is away at Lynnwood Highschool.

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments