Fear and miscommunication keeping ESOL students, native English speakers apart

Fear and miscommunication keeping ESOL students, native English speakers apart

Patterson High School is well known for its diversity of students from around the world. But students have developed a skeptical attitude toward each...

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Girls soccer team off to a rough start

The first girls soccer game of the school year was held at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (Poly) on Tuesday, September 6. Despite losing 0-9, the...

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Chess Club gears up to compete with other schools

Chess Club gears up to compete with other schools

Chess Club is back again. You can sign up in Room 216, Thursdays only. Newcomers are welcome. The goal is to build a...

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Orioles Poised to Advance to Post-Season

Orioles Poised to Advance to Post-Season

The Baltimore Orioles have a chance to make it the post-season for the first time since 2014. In the 2014 season the Baltimore Orioles...

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BONUS CONTENT: Student Bookbinding Contest winners

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Here are the cover pages and inside spreads from all of the winners of the Patterson bookbinding contest. More information is available on the...

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Senioritis outbreak sweeps through Patterson

Public Health Advisory! A serious, seasonal disease is sweeping Patterson High School, and staff and students should be on alert. The disease, known colloquially as...

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ESOL students share their reflections

The following stories represent but a fraction of the mesmeric kaleidoscope that make up the diverse population here at Patterson High School. Take a...

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Achieving Academic Success As a Student Athlete

As a student athlete, sports take up a lot of your time, so it can be almost impossible to make time to study. However,...

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Muchos viajes, un destino (SPANISH)

Editor's note: The following three stories were written in Spanish by students in Ms. Wood's class. They are inspired by the Baltimore Sun's...

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Volleyball team takes 2nd place in city-wide championship

Volleyball team takes 2nd place in city-wide championship

The Patterson Varsity and JV Volleyball teams, coached by Mr. Murray and Ms. Heggins came in 2nd in the Baltimore City Volleyball Championships...

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Could our smart phones be making us dumber?

Kids today have phones, laptops, and other electronic devices that have games and are ways to communicate with others. The reason many kids have...

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5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

5th Annual Patterson Community Fair Welcomes Students Back For Another Great Year

By Valerie Flores Patterson High hosted its 5th annual Community Fair on September 24, 2015, in the cafeteria to welcome new students and old...

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