Screenshot of Sam Cox’s doodle house, from @mrdoodle on Instagram account. Captioned: “The doodle kitchen”.

Latest News Whiplash

Gabrielle Williams and Maya Sagett November 16, 2022

Reading news stories can be incredibly overwhelming. Sometimes it feels like only bad things are happening around the world. Bad news stories are important because they keep everyone informed and address...

Boys swim team dives into the water during a meet.

Parkway-Rockwood swim club

November 16, 2022

Some swimmers have been swimming for Parkway Swim Club since they were small. Parkway Rockwood Swim Club has big numbers and just as many dedicated swimmers? So when news broke that the two teams might...

Parkway Central High School parking lot. Photo by Anika Singh


Anika Singh, Staff Reporter October 19, 2022

Parking passes have been a huge topic of discussion this year, and many students have had questions about why the cost has increased and how the cost for parking in a public school is determined.  “I...

Graphic showing average gas price comparison from 2019-2022.

Gas Prices Declining

Kriti Dhaduvai, Staff Reporter October 19, 2022

Last summer, St. Louis saw its highest ever average gas price at $4.88 per gallon. However, since then, the prices have been gradually declining. This is great news for the faculty and students who have...

Books that have been called controversial. From bottom to top: “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, “The Color Purple” by Alice Walker, “Of Mice And Men” by John Steinbeck, “1984” by George Orwell and “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison.

Planks On Our Windows And Doors

Sophie Spicuzza, Co Editor-in-Chief October 19, 2022

Angie Watson gets emotional while talking about the new state law restricting book access. “Representation is very important to our kids. They need to be able to see windows and mirrors, so windows...

New doors add security to the building in it’s east entrance. This, along with other renovations, were funded by a bond issue proposed in 2018.

Rampant Renovations

Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Reporter October 19, 2022

There’s no doubt that school construction has affected students in one way or another. The new outdoor bathrooms and concession stands are convenient for athletes and spectators, and the new entrance...

The gender neutral bathroom located in the hallway between P.E. and the upper commons.

Keeping It Neutral

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter October 19, 2022

Along with the dread that fills students before the first day of school, came the gossip about the renovations and add-ons the school spent all summer working on. Not only were bathrooms redone, but the...

Theatre Conveys Serious Message

Matthew Bird, News & Online Editor October 19, 2022

Art imitates life in the new fall play “The Dark at the Top of the Stairs.” It is a family drama about financial issues that takes place in Oklahoma City during the 1920s. According to the PCHtheatre...

Sophomore Avery Adams takes her BeReal after the notification was sent out in her English class.

BFR (Be For Real)

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter October 19, 2022

The latest trends are typically something teens are caught up with, whether it be fashion, food, or social media. BeReal is the newest app with a teen fanbase that sends users a notification to post a...

Dr. Amy Grich smiling for a photo.

Amy Grich Joins PCH Admin Team With A Smile

Sophia Spicuzza, Editor In Chief June 1, 2022

As the 2021-22 school year comes to a close, the PCH community is getting ready to welcome a new assistant principal to the staff. Dr.Amy Grich will become a new assistant principal for the 2022-23 school...

Major Decisions to be Made

Major Decisions to be Made

Maya Sagett, Staff Reporter May 20, 2022

Every kid spends their childhood dreaming about what they want to be when they grow up. Whether it's a princess, a firefighter, or doctor, the options are endless. But when it comes to making those dreams...

Mobil station on Chesterfield Airport Rd. Photo by Chase Giancola

The Spike in Gas Prices

Chase Giancola, Staff Reporter May 12, 2022

Gas prices have been rising since the early 2000s, but have experienced a spike in recent years. In Missouri in 2000, a gallon of gas was about $1.50. Now, it has almost doubled, clocking out at $3.87...

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