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


Are there really tunnels under BHS?

Are there really tunnels under BHS?

Rachel Streit, Editor December 4, 2023

Do secret tunnels exist beneath BHS? The unseen areas of the school are hesitantly spoken of by staff and students alike. Teachers shy away from the subject, and theories are only speculated among students.  Rumors...

New teachers join BHS

New teachers join BHS

Samson Naleway and Natalie Crabill November 21, 2023

Many new teachers and staff joined Beaverton High School this year. The Hummer was able to interview several, and their backgrounds and stories are listed below.  Taylor Galloway:   Taylor...

Buckys Burgers sets up their grill next to The Bite concessions stand for every home football game.

Bucky’s Burgers: The guys behind the grill

Samuel Maanao, Staff Writer November 3, 2023

It’s a cold Thursday afternoon, and the grill beside the student section at Beaverton High School is sizzling. Since October 2011, Daniel Beshears and Matt Evans have been grilling burgers and hotdogs...

Hanson was elected International President at the 2023 Key Club International Convention.

Hanson elected Key Club International President

Samson Naleway, Editor-in-Chief September 11, 2023

  While many students took the summer off to relax and recover from the school year, Kyle Hanson was putting the finishing touches on his presidential campaign for Key Club International. In...

Train tracks at the intersection of Cedar Hills and Broadway.

Did a train accident cause an off-campus lunch ban?

Samson Naleway, Editor-in-Chief June 14, 2023

If you’ve walked through the halls during passing time, you’ve probably overheard the debate many times. Why can’t Beaverton High School students leave campus for lunch? There seem to be a few theories...

Instagram is one of the main sources of information at BHS.

Sources of information at BHS: The good and the bad

Natalie Crabill, Social Media Editor March 20, 2023

Social media has become a crucial part of today's society. If you look around the halls of Beaverton High School, you are bound to notice a student or two glued to their phones. According to a 2022 Pew...

Marijuana usage and its consequences

Marijuana usage and its consequences

Natalie Crabill and Ariella McPhearson January 30, 2023

As drug usage continues to climb in the United States, students have become desensitized to the use of drugs. According to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics, over 2 million Americans between...

Meet the new staff at BHS

Meet the new staff at BHS

Samson Naleway and Natalie Crabill October 27, 2022

Beaverton High School has hired over a dozen new staff this year. The Hummer was able to interview some of the new teachers. Listed below, you will hear their stories and backgrounds.  Makaila Baron: Before...

A menstrual product machine in a school bathroom. The machine was installed as part of Oregons Menstrual Dignity Act passed in 2021.

Menstrual product dispensers take a new form at BHS

Narra Pagtakhan, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

It’s a welcome change to see the shift in accessibility for menstrual products at school. Last year, you could walk into any girl’s bathroom and see a tiny basket with one pad or nothing in it. On...

When Andrew Kearl is not working he enjoys watching Blazers and Mets games and spending time with his golden-retriever, Gilbert.

Meet Beaverton High School’s new principal

Samson Naleway, Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2022

Meet Andrew Kearl, the new principal of Beaverton High School. He’s taking over from Dr. Anne Erwin, Beaverton’s longtime principal, who retired in June.   Before coming to Beaverton, Kearl worked...

Students gather on the Merle Davies field to protest the leak of a supreme court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

Beaverton students gather to support abortion rights

Hannah Kaufmann, Senior Editor June 22, 2022

On June 3, during Beaver Lodge, the chants spread like wildfire, growing rampantly and unafraid to tear down anything in their way. Cardboard signs were held up to the fence, and the supportive honking...

A student enters the girls locker room. Recently, a dress code policy banning tank tops in PE has become controversial in some classes.

The problem with PE dress codes

Hannah Kaufmann, Senior Editor May 27, 2022

What does a rebellion look like? It might be a dystopian protagonist leading an underground retaliation against Orwellian leaders, or an angsty kid sneaking out of a window to go to a party. But at...

Load More Stories