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The cast list of the musical Six is posted outside of Mrs. Malek’s classroom.  “I’m very excited for Six because Anne Boleyn has always been a character that I want to act as. I’m very excited for what’s to come,” said senior Hannah Martician.

PAHS Holds Their First Fall Show

Maya Johnson, Staffer September 22, 2023

Pottsville Area High School is trying something new with their Drama Club. For the 2023-2024 school year, instead of just doing a spring show, the drama club will be doing both a fall and spring show....

Newly bare Rite Aid, 10 S Centre St.

Store Closings becoming more common in Pottsville

Jackie Robinson, Staffer September 17, 2023

This week, Pottsville faced yet another store closing. Center Street Rite Aid held its final hours on Tuesday, September 5. For the past week, they held enormous clearance sales and had heavy traffic as...

Mr. Borden in the middle of teaching his freshman class about history.

Pottsville Welcomes New Teacher

Maya Johnson, Staffer September 13, 2023

The Pottsville Area High School hired two new teachers for the 2023-2024 school year. One of the two is Mr. Detrick Borden. Borden is a new history teacher here at PAHS and is located in room 006.  “He...

Mr. Messina is an alumni of PAHS, and is excited to be back pursuing his dream job.

Pottsville Alumni Returns for Dream Career

Faith Younker, Editor in Chief September 12, 2023

This year Mr. Messina came to the Castle on the Hill to pursue his dream job and is teaching Psychology for the first time, as well as American History 2 and Geography.  Mr. Messina majored in Secondary...

Mini Thon held annual carnival

Mini Thon held annual carnival

Faith Younker, Staffer May 24, 2023

The Mini Thon Carnival, known as the main event for Mini Thon, was held on Friday, May 12th from 3:00 PM until 8:00 PM in the Boys’ and Girls’ Gym at Pottsville Area High School.  There were two food...

The choir members warm up as they prepare to go on stage for their concert. Senior Xaviere Phillip Johnson said, “I am excited to have my last choir performance but sad I won’t have another concert. My favorite song has to be “Isn’t She Lovely” because you can’t go wrong with Stevie Wonder.”

Singing through PAHS

Maya Johnson, Staffer May 15, 2023

Sounds of music echoed through the auditorium of PAHS on Tuesday, May 9, 2023. The choir sang concert classics like “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder, a “Les Misérables Medley,” and “Dies...

Former U.S. President, Donald J. Trump speaks on behalf of the accusations he has made within the past. Trump did have evidence that was found to be guilty, however the legal process still continues.

Trump faces Charges

Marty Davis, Staffer May 12, 2023

Just a few short years ago in the United States we had forty fifth president Donald J. Trump. For years, Trump was surrounded by controversy, such as being accused of being involved in a variety of illegal...

Sophomore Anabellly Valdez and Robert Rulavage pose next to an Art Board featuring student artworks taken last May 13, 2022. The Art Show is an annual event held at John S. Clarke Elementary Center. The event will be held on Friday, May 12, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.

Students prepare for Art Show

Genesis Harrison, Staffer April 28, 2023

The 2023 Art Show Annual event will be held at John S. Clarke Elementary Center. The event will be held on Friday, May 12, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and with just a few weeks leading up to the Art Show, students...

Mrs. Katelynn Reichard directs the band in their warmups as they get ready to clean-up some songs. “Playing music was my favorite part of the day in middle school and that hasn’t changed now in high school,” Freshman Ava Orlowsky said.

Preparations for the Spring Band Concert Performance

Maya Johnson, Staffer April 27, 2023

The PAHS Concert Band has two concerts, one held in the winter and one held in the spring. The pieces range from many different genres and difficulty levels. The spring concert song lineup includes: Sweeney...

Above, Mr. Adrian Portland stands next to the old equipment that has been in use since it was installed in 1966. PAHS is 1 of the four schools in Pennsylvania that have their own planetarium, and observatory.

Planetarium receives upgrade

Chase Teresavage, Staffer April 24, 2023

Astronomy and Biology teacher Mr. Adrian Portland is an out-of-this-world teacher at PAHS. He is currently awaiting the renovation for the planetarium, which is the only school in Schuylkill County to...

Mr. Smink is reviewing with his AP Lang. class on what to expect on the AP Language and Composition test.  The AP Language and Composition test will consist of material that was taught throughout the class, along with writing prompts for students.

Testing to Wrap up the Year for Students

Alex Blum, Staffer April 20, 2023

As the weather becomes warmer, students begin spending their time outside, and the end of the year is quickly  approaching. The end of the school year allocates time for state testing, such as Keystones,...

Signs were installed outside of each room for safety. In the case of any emergency or drill these room numbers allow you to see where each class room is located.

Gun Violence at School

Maya Johnson, Staffer April 13, 2023

Safety at school is the number one priority for both students and staff. There are a lot of worst-case scenarios that could happen at any given school, which is why it’s important for students to feel...

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