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The Student News Site of Patriot High School

The Charge

The Student News Site of Patriot High School

The Charge

Skating into the NHL Playoffs

Avery Fies May 26, 2022

The 21-22 NHL regular season has come to an end, and the playoffs are in full swing. Right now, the playoffs include the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers, Colorado Avalanche and St. Louis Blues,...

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March Student Submissions Are Open!

March Student Submissions Are Open!

March 21, 2022

Make sure to submit your work by April 13th to be a part of the contest!  

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Public schools must improve in accommodating neurodivergent students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

The Invisible Battle of ADHD in Public Schools

Students with ADHD reflect on their experiences with virtual learning and the recent return to in-person learning
Mateo Csernecky February 12, 2022

A student stares at their test, eyes scanning the page with strained and dry eyes. They take a deep breath and try their best to concentrate. However, the student’s eyes betray them as they begin to...

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Feb. 3 PTHS TV

Feb. 3 PTHS TV

February 3, 2022

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Advice column coming soon!

Advice Column: Coming Soon!

December 3, 2021

Coming Soon. Stay tuned!

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People of Patriot: Meaning through Roots

People of Patriot: Meaning through Roots

Patriot student Mariam Usman ('22) finds it important to remain close to her roots.
Maha Laiq October 19, 2021

You may know Mariam Usman through her captivating photography—ranging from rustic buildings to mesmerizing landscapes. Or maybe through her prominent role as the secretary of South Asian Student...

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Left to Right: Facebook Whistleblower, Deadly Protesting in Beirut, Nike and Alberto Salazar sued for $20 million, and  Mixing and Matching Vaccines.

Now You Know: Weeks of 10.03.21 to 10.16.21

Wamia Chowdhury October 17, 2021

1)    Facebook Whistleblower   2.89 billion people use Facebook to connect, so what happens when it shuts down? The impact is severe, and Facebook is now facing a historical crisis. On...

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Homecoming Dresses: The True Stars of the Under the Stars Homecoming Dance

Homecoming Dresses: The True Stars of the ‘Under the Stars’ Homecoming Dance

Arianna Nahim October 15, 2021

Homecoming is arguably the biggest social event for any high school student. It’s a time to dress up, take pictures, and go out with friends. And with school shut downs that lasted a year, this year's...

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Now You Know: Weeks of 9.26.21 to 10.02.21

Now You Know: Weeks of 9.26.21 to 10.02.21

Wamia Chowdhury October 4, 2021

1) Haitian Asylum Seekers A humanitarian crisis at the United States - Mexico border. Through the week, thousands of Haitians have embarked on a perilous and expensive trek from Chile to the southern...

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Why Addison Raes Hes All That Isnt All That

Why Addison Rae’s ‘He’s All That’ Isn’t All That

Arianna Nahim September 22, 2021

Tik-Tok is the latest social media app taking the world by storm. Tik-Tok’s big influencers gain their massive views and followers through their enticing dances (inspired by other creators) and aesthetics....

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Taliban Takes Over: How to Help

Taliban Takes Over: How to Help

Avery Fies September 22, 2021

The U.S. and Afghanistan became strong allies while fighting against terrorism in 1935. Since then, the U.S. has invested $70 billion into rebuilding Afghanistan's security forces and government. They...

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