The High Post

Sigut Shoots for the Stars

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

September 3, 2019

Hardwork and dedication pays off for Lauren Sigut, a motivated and ambitious graduate of Greater Latrobe, as she earned the title of Salutatorian. From her school involvement to her bright personality, there is so much she will continue to achieve in the future.   After contemplating on her college and career options, she came to a fulfilling choice at Georgia Institute of Technology. The school stood out to her...

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Building Bonds around the Table

May 14, 2019

Peaceful piano music and a delicious meal were in great abundance at this year’s Senior Appreciation Luncheon. This year, over 300 community members had time to sit back, relax, and catch up with friend...

National Tech Honor Society

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

May 14, 2019

Students are highlighted and given opportunities for scholarships and community service through National Tech Honor Society. Every year, junior and senior students are selected based on the eligibility criteria of having a 3.0 or higher GPA overall, 3.5 or higher in their specific technical program, and a teacher recommendation. Each year, two delegates and eight officers are chosen and work as a team to maintain an facili...

NAHS Students Help Life Skills Students Express their Creativity

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

March 13, 2019

Bright smiles and eager eyes, life skills students from Latrobe Elementary School were excited to participate in an art lesson, art tour, and music show at Latrobe High School on February 26, 2019.   Two groups of students arrived at the high school, 1st-3rd and 4th-6th graders, some of whom started off their fun-filled day with an art lesson conducted by members of the National Art Honor Society. Each member wa...

More than a Business Camp

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

March 13, 2019

Opportunity, team work, and hardwork all encompass into one very unique summer camp called Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week. Since 1979, roughly 42,000 students from all over Pennsylvania have come together to participate and learn about the vast and ever-changing business field in America. Every year, the week long camp is hosted at either Lycoming College or Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA and many le...

Strong Minds Preserve

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

January 23, 2019

Sometimes, in life, challenges can come by surprise. Though, they can be dealt with through time, patience, and understanding.   On Tuesday, January 8, Mrs. Leeper, the law, global studies, and economics teacher, and Meah Ezykowsky, a 2016 graduate of Greater Latrobe High School, each had a chance to tell a story that greatly impacted their lives. They spoke about their personal experiences dealing with brain tumors ...

Art is a Rewarding Process

A tree made from copper wire crafted by Izzy Miller.

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

December 11, 2018

Art is a form of expression. It’s a way for people to showcase their capabilities, emotions, and creativity. Many students in our school have a desire to turn their love for art into a career. Fortunat...

Day as a Detective

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

November 27, 2018

Have you ever thought about what it’d be like to be a detective? Do you like solving mysteries or doing escape rooms? Do you like watching popular Crime related TV shows like; Criminal Minds, Law and Order, and Sherlock? Are you interested in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science? If you said yes to any of these questions, the Mock Crime Scene Program at Waynesburg University might be the right thing for you. On Satur...

Optimal Organization

“I like that I can be creative, yet organized. I have one planner that is daily and for school assignments and the other is a calendar for club meetings and events. With college decision season, it has been hard to keep track of all my responsibilities. It is convenient for me to see what I still need to do and it’s satisfying to check things off once they are completed. I like to plan ahead and my planner helps me balance school and my life outside of it.”
Anne Dalton, Senior

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

November 20, 2018

High school is full of responsibilities, obligations, and new experiences. Having different activities to juggle all at once can get stressful to keep track of at times. So to help students make the m...

Old Clothes, New Purpose

Old Clothes, New Purpose

November 16, 2018

Do you have any old pairs of jeans that are torn? Any shirts with stains? Clothing is a part of daily life. But like many things in life, they can wear out after so much time. It’s not uncommon for clothes to bec...

“Thinking Out Loud” about Ed Sheeran’s Concert

“Thinking Out Loud” about Ed Sheeran’s Concert

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

October 15, 2018

Crisp fall wind, flashing lights, and exhilarating music filled the air on an evening in Pittsburgh, September 29th 2018, when Ed Sheeran performed at PNC Park. Ed Sheeran delighted concert goers with hi...

Club Fair – Who, What, When, Where?

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

September 27, 2018

Key Club - Key Club is an extension of, Kiwanis, a nonprofit organization that focuses on fundraisers and local community service projects. Some past events include the “Pancake Breakfast” and bell ringing for the Salvation Army. This club is a great option if you would like a way to earn service hours or if you have the ambition to help others. Cost: $15 Frequency: meets on Wednesdays during Lunch & Learn ...

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