Student group provides support for teen parents at Patterson

November 12, 2017

Nearly one third of teen girls who have dropped out of high school did so because of pregnancy or parenthood; and only 40% of teen moms graduate from high school, according to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.

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Should students be able to wear whatever they want?

November 12, 2017

As students, we are supposed to wear uniforms, but its not mandatory as long as your clothes are not showing too much skin. In my opinion, wearing uniforms is not always a bad thing. I kind of like to wear uniforms because I don’t really have to take time to find what to wear.

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Bullying is a serious problem in high school

November 10, 2017

As a high school student you are always judged based on sexuality, race, what you wear, and for who you are.

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Varsity football team struggles against Towson

November 9, 2017

The Patterson Clippers varsity football team played against the Towson Wildcats on september 8th, 2017. when the game was over, the Clippers suffered a heavy loss. The score was 6 to 35.

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Boys soccer team suffers tough loss to Digital

November 9, 2017

The Patterson boys soccer team faced Digital Harbor at Digital on September 13.

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Depression affects many teenagers

November 7, 2017

In a child’s life, he or she may experience depression. Teenagers tend to experience it the most. Depression happens in high school, home, etc.

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Varsity boy’s soccer team defeats Forest Park 10-1

November 7, 2017

The varsity boys soccer team defeated Forest Park 10-1 on October 17,2017 at Patterson. This put the boys in a good spot for the playoffs.

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7th annual school fair brings people together

November 7, 2017

The 7th annual Patterson back to school night and community fair had a lot to offer on the 28th of September. Patterson High had a back to school fair where parents, staff and students could come together and mingle, and where alumni could visit and feel a sense of pride to see how their school has grown.

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Students respond to the heat crisis at Patterson

October 22, 2017

Editor’s note: The following three articles were written by students in Ms.Graham’s English 3 class in response to the heat crisis at Patterson and the article about it that appeared in the Baltimore Sun in late September. A related political cartoon by Patterson Press cartoonist Sharena Lawson can be seen on our Facebook page but we are unable to post it here due to technical difficulties we are having with the website.

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Going to Camp (Fiction)

October 1, 2017

By: Sharena Lawson Today is the day my parents will send me to “camp” for kids with special abilities. I heard that when kids go there they’ll either get sick or die after being there. My name is Oliver but my parents call me Ollie. My abilities allow me to see a little bit into […]

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Art project to highlight student diversity at Patterson

September 30, 2017

One of Patterson’s talented art teachers, Ms. Marchewka, is working on a project based on the languages of Patterson High School by using metal. The students will bend words of the many languages at Patterson High.

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SGA offers leadership opportunities for students

September 22, 2017

SGA stands for Student Government Association and is designed as the voice of students for activities and positive change in their school.

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