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

Statistics of a teen’s stress level being higher than an adult’s one.

High school stress should be measured by a Richter scale

Rocio Avalos, Staff Writer June 19, 2017
At the age of fourteen, teens are more stressed than an adult in their thirties. The school is the main reason why teens get stressed out, having to deal with many tests and homework at once.
Why snow days screwed our sun days

Why ‘snow’ days screwed our ‘sun’ days

Julia Tantare, Staff Writer June 19, 2017
 For some reason, you find it necessary to keep us locked in school all day while the rest of the world is enjoying their summer. We get it; the snow came and screwed everything up for you, but that doesn’t mean you need to make finals week full days.
College is expensive, yall.

The real cost of college

Allison Van Horn, Senior Editor May 16, 2017
It's not pretty
Students in Ms. Weber’s AGS class solve a geometry problem. The new math curriculum has been met with controversy from both students and staff.

New math program carries problems—and is here to stay

Cruz Grover, Staff Writer May 11, 2017
The new AGS program changes everything
Dual language diversity

Dual language diversity

Noelle Charbonnier, Staff Writer May 9, 2017
Beaverton High School prides itself on its diverse student body, and how its students come together as a community. There are multiple classes and programs within the school that help strengthen the community bond, and one of those is the newly implemented Dual Language Program.
Students working hard to complete an AP study hall assignment.

The next AP class is in town!

Cruz Grover, Staff Writer April 1, 2017
Move over Beaver Lodge, there's a new guy in town. And he’s got college credit to back him up. That’s right, AP Study Hall (APSL, for short) will be the newest edition to the advanced placement family.
Students may use the Beaverton High School course catalog on the school website to learn about the classes available to them next year.

Forecasting: do’s and don’ts

Tatiana Garcia, Staff Writer March 1, 2017
Forecasting sheets are due soon and many students are still indecisive about what classes they will take next year. There are all sorts of classes for you to choose from, from marketing classes to music classes and to the basic math, reading and science classes.
A Friends-inspired finals image.

Finals week: You made it, what’s next?

Emma Rosicky, Staff Writer February 11, 2017
Congratulations, Beavers! You made it through the first semester of the 2016-17 school year. You’re halfway there and you’ve come so far, but there may be things you can do to make your second semester go a little more smoothly than the first.
Bamberger manages an AP Chemistry lab due tomorrow. This is one of his most difficult classes this year.

Are students overloading themselves for nothing?

Cruz Grover, Staff Writer October 13, 2016
Students throughout the years have always traditionally taken these heavier course loads, but for what reason?
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