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

A TEDx event is coming to Beaverton High School this spring

TEDx at Beaverton High School

Beatrice Kahn October 13, 2020

Covering topics ranging from biology to personal empowerment, TED Talks have become an educational staple. They are shown in classrooms throughout Beaverton High School and are watched by millions...

Scrabble tiles spell the word “Vote.”

ASB voting during a pandemic

Melody Cosgrove May 24, 2020

For students at Beaverton High School, it is once again time to vote for next year’s student government positions. Despite school not reconvening until the next Fall term at the earliest, elections...

A graphic shows appreciation for teachers.

Thank you, teachers

The Hummer Staff May 4, 2020

Teachers mold the next generation. Doctors, engineers, actors, mathematicians, artists, and more all started in the same place: school. The foundation that teachers provide for students to be successful...

The Hummer team smiles together during a Zoom meeting.

Zoom: The solution to remote learning or an unreliable program?

Anouk Clendenning and Natalie Foote April 24, 2020

Zoom is a video calling platform that has recently exploded in popularity among practically every school district nationwide. The idea is appealing: It’s a safe and reliable platform that enables student-teacher...

Beaverton player Laura Erikstrup and Mountainside player Carly Stone vie for the ball near the basket.

Girls basketball scores another victory against Mountainside

Anouk Clendenning February 14, 2020

Once again, the BHS girls varsity basketball team claimed victory in a tough game against Mountainside last Friday.  The game seemed to pass faster than usual, with both teams’ determination to win...

Beaverton player Mary Kay Naro hurls the ball across the court to her teammates. 

Girls varsity basketball team fights to victory against Southridge

Anouk Clendenning February 14, 2020

After a heated game against Southridge on February 4, this year’s BHS girls varsity basketball team remains undefeated in the Metro League.  Even during the first couple minutes of the game, the...

Creative Writing is the perfect class for aspiring authors with a sweet tooth

Creative Writing Workshop: a class with a dedication to imagination

Melody Cosgrove February 14, 2020

Attention writers of BHS: Are you looking for a class that feeds your writing brain? Do you struggle with the limitations teachers give you in English classes when you’re given writing assignments? Do...

The Terra Nova fields invite students to explore and have fun.

Terra Nova School of Science and Sustainability: One “nitrate” it as the best

Natalie Foote February 14, 2020

Forecasting season is upon us, and with so many pathways and classes, it can be overwhelming. One of the most difficult decisions I faced during forecasting season last year was choosing a science class. During...

The main hallway in the Merle Davies building stretches on into oblivion, making it a challenge for some students to reach class on time.

Passing time: The solution isn’t to make it longer

Natalie Foote December 18, 2019

The bell rings. Chairs screech back from desks as students shove their belongings into their bags and hoist them onto their shoulders. As the door opens and students stream out of the class, the teacher...

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