The Official Website of Beaverton High School's Student-Run Newspaper

Beaverton Hummer

The Official Website of Beaverton High School's Student-Run Newspaper

Beaverton Hummer

The Official Website of Beaverton High School's Student-Run Newspaper

Beaverton Hummer

Director Kelly Hefty stands in front of her choir at last Wednesdays concert.

Band, choir join forces in first concert of the year

Melody Cosgrove October 22, 2021

Last Wednesday, the Beaverton High School auditorium was filled with people. Families, friends, and students gathered to witness the first concert of the year as the BHS band and choir took to the stage...

The Beaverton boys soccer team battles Sunset in a game in April

Boys soccer wraps up season this week

Samson Naleway October 21, 2021

Beaverton boys soccer is expected to qualify for playoffs after their last game at Sunset tonight. The team has faced some challenges this year, but they have come out of Metro League play with an 8-3-2...

The girls varsity soccer team takes a group photo after their historic victory against the Jesuit Crusaders.

Varsity soccer slashes Jesuit’s undefeated streak

Samson Naleway October 6, 2021

Monday night—Beaverton girls soccer ended Jesuit’s 77-game undefeated streak with a 3-1 win over the Crusaders, who have been state champions for three years running.  A highly anticipated clash...

Varsity volleyball players Peyton Coleman and Amariah Clay jump to meet the ball during last Thursdays game against Westview.

Beaverton volleyball rebuilding after pandemic

Samson Naleway October 5, 2021

Last Thursday, Beaverton volleyball played Westview at home. The Varsity and JV teams lost in straight sets to the talented Wildcats (15-2), starting off the second round of Metro League play for the Beavers...

Alumni returned to Beaverton High School on Friday night to see their football team triumph over rival Southridge

Beavers rout Skyhawks for 55-28 win

Samson Naleway September 26, 2021

The Beaverton football stadium was packed on Friday for the annual game against Southridge. At the concessions, Bucky’s Burgers grilled their meats. On the track, the cheerleaders waved their orange...

Camila Cabello plays ‘Ella’ in a disappointing rendition of Cinderella

Cinderella (2021) was an infuriating mistake

Melody Cosgrove September 23, 2021

Since the release of the original Cinderella story in 1634, there have been approximately eight billion movie renditions of the tale. Some build on the classic with a compelling plot and characters, and...

Minnesota State Patrol officers stand opposing Black Lives Matter protestors in Minneapolis after the killing of George Floyd, which has been compared to the death of Daunte Wright a year later

George Floyd and Daunte Wright: How the two aren’t the same problem

David Davis April 27, 2021

With the shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black, unarmed Minneapolis resident, people drew immediate parallels to the killing of George Floyd. Daunte Wright was killed in Brooklyn Center, not ten...

BHS ninth grader Emma Fonseca Halverson has recently published a short play called Not Going Anywhere

Fonseca Halverson publishes play challenging politicization of immigration

Anouk Clendenning April 21, 2021

Beaverton High School freshman Emma Fonseca Halverson has loved theatre for nearly all of her life. “I started when I was six, taking classes,” she said, “and what drew me in was just the ability...

Testing the hybrid model at school recently was an interesting experience

What testing hybrid learning at school was like

Tierney Griffiths April 19, 2021

This week, Beaverton High School will start In Person Hybrid, or IPH. I think the student body is worried, from the mundane aspect of going to a physical school, to the efforts put into making being in...

A worrying trend of disappearing classes is forming at BHS, and it needs to stop.

Vanishing act: Disappearing classes at Beaverton

Beatrice Kahn April 14, 2021

Spring is a time for fresh starts, and at Beaverton High School, it’s also a time to forecast for next year’s classes. Students look forward to deciding which classes to take, and are excited about...

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