4.3Every Day and Another Day rated

A story so nice, you’ll read it twice

David Levithan's Every Day and Another Day thrill audiences with their telling of the same amazing love story from two different perspectives. Though each follow the same plot, the novels offer fresh, captivating stories, capable of drawing readers into Levithan's world for hours.

There’s no place like Paso

Homecoming 2017 was themed "there's no place like Paso", placing emphasis on the charm of the small town, its residents, the schools, and the students within it. The week was filled with students showing their school spirit by participating in spirit days, stacking the stands at the homecoming game, and dancing the night away at the dance, themed "there's no place like homecoming".

Bearcats fall to Atascadero Greyhounds

PRHS Varsity Volleyball lost 3-1 to the AHS Greyhounds on Oct. 17, 2017. The games were close, with scores of 10-25, 16-25, 25-17, and 15-25. This is the second loss to Atascadero this season, with the Bearcats...

Traveling across the horizon

This year, foreign exhange students from Japan, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Sweden have come to PRHS. Each have individual goals for themselves while staying in the U.S.

National Parks Service faces budget cuts

With the National Parks System (NPS) budget proposal for 2018 suggesting a cut of about , staff will be cut 380 million dollars, parks in the NPS will face loss of staff, protective measures, and visitor services. This could mean less available camping ground, development and drilling within parks, and certain park land would be unprotected.

Bearcats start season strong at Morro Bay

The Bearcat Cross Country team headed to the coast three weeks into their season to race at the Morro Bay invitational. Several individuals placed in the top 15 of their races, bringing up overall team scores.

No kidding around

Taylor Pafumi, Alex Jenks, and Carina Ezzell earned gold, bronze and silver at the 207 state SkillsUSA competition. Each competed in Early Childhood Education and are enrolled in BearKittens at PRHS.

Judged for my politics

Since last year's election, PRHS has been plagued with a political divide; although already somewhat present, this separation has intensely grown to the point of death threats, offensive social media posts, and verbal feuds. These repercussions aren't exclusive to just one side of the political spectrum. Whether students identify as a democrat, republican, socialist, libertarian, rightist, leftist, or anything else, each can find themself in the 53 percent of students who have been judged for their politics.