Beaverton Hummer

One perk of the pandemic, at least for animals, is that they're being adopted faster than ever

Paw-some furry friends are being adopted faster than ever

Natalie Foote April 16, 2020

Quarantine isn’t fun, but for cats, dogs, gerbils, parakeets, and other pets, it’s amazing. Their owners are home 24/7 to care for them and keep them company. But not all animals are this lucky....

A look back: the BHS Holiday Bazaar

A look back: the BHS Holiday Bazaar

Cassidy Ochoa April 11, 2020

Even though we’re stuck inside, trying to flatten the curve provides us with the unique opportunity to reflect. We’re given plenty of time to relax and do things we enjoy, but this pandemic has resulted...

Garcia poses in his uniform before the COVID-19 crisis.

This is what it’s like to work in assisted living during the COVID-19 pandemic

Beatrice Kahn April 9, 2020

Dylan Garcia has always been a people person. His energetic laugh and contagious smile lit up the leadership room at Beaverton High and now help him thrive working in the Ackerly assisted living. A 2019...

Vinson holds the Silent Servant Student Award.

Vinson recognized for outstanding community service

Anouk Clendenning April 2, 2020

The Peter R. Marsh Silent Servant Student Award is granted to high schoolers living in Oregon and Washington to not only recognize those voluntarily serving others in their communities but also to encourage...

Amid cancellations of blood drives, the nation's blood supply is running dangerously low

Flood in to donate blood

Natalie Foote March 28, 2020

Canceled. Canceled. Canceled. It’s all anyone has heard about for the past few weeks. For most people, these cancellations affect work, school, athletics, and social gatherings. But for the American...

The team performs at an assembly.

Wouldn’t you love to B a Rhythm B?

Natalie Foote March 22, 2020

The last two weeks have been hectic for students and staff as school has closed, athletics has been canceled and fears have risen. But in times like this, it’s important to remember what makes BHS unique...

Bags of food line a hallway at Beaverton High School.

Beaverton community steps up to help as coronavirus prompts school closures

Anouk Clendenning March 16, 2020

With schools having shut down until at least April 1, students relying on these institutions for food may find themselves in trouble. Thankfully, the Beaverton community is here to help. Here are some...

Leadership students talk with Bucky the Beaver at the 2019 Homecoming Assembly.

How to connect a community

Melody Cosgrove February 21, 2020

Assemblies are the only time all students and staff at BHS gather to embody a core value: Community Connects Us. BHS puts on three main types of assemblies: Celebration assemblies (introduced this year),...

2016 inductees gathered to celebrate the new additions to the BHS Hall of Achievement.

BHS welcomes new Hall of Achievement inductees

Connor Patrick April 24, 2019

Last week, the Beaverton High School Hall of Achievement inducted seven new members in a small ceremony in the library. These seven individuals join the 34 members from the inaugural induction in 2016....

This isn't always the sort of Christmas that families get.

Connecting our community, one gift at a time

Cooper Graham December 23, 2018

The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. For some families, however, this is not the case. Struggling to get by due bills, rent, the absence of a parent or spousal support,...

ASB President Payton Major, who recently announced her initiative, Project Inclusion, leans against a wall.

“Project Inclusion” looks to involve more students

Kathryn Burris October 4, 2018

Beaverton's ASB president Payton Major recently announced her new initiative called “Project Inclusion” during the welcome assembly. The project centers on the idea that every student should feel included...

Behold the Tao of Tea

Tea and coffee for two: eastside roasteries and teahouses

Cooper Graham June 15, 2018

Portland. P-Town. Stumptown. Whatever you want to call it, one thing is for sure: it's a hipster city. But this hipster city isn't just known for its dogs, bikes, and bridges. It's also known for its...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Community