The High Post

Quarantine Spotlight with Ainsley Novotny

Ainsley Novotny, senior

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

May 11, 2020

While the final stories written by the High Post staff are being published for the end of the school year, the world and its inhabitants do not have the luxury to see the finale of the great story in wh...

Quarantine Spotlight with Clay McClintock

Clay McClintock, senior

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

May 4, 2020

As students, faculty, and countless other families throughout our district continue trekking through the trenches that is the global pandemic of COVID-19, our community continues to advance into this new tra...

Quarantine Spotlight with Sophia Hoch

Sophia Hoch, senior

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

Throughout the days that have slowly but surely transitioned into weeks, students of Greater Latrobe continue their lives through the simple acts of social distancing and self-isolation. The COVID-19 gl...

Will Enfinger, senior

Quarantine Spotlight with Will Enfinger

April 20, 2020

As the students of the Greater Latrobe School District continue their lives through social distancing and self-isolation, opinions and thoughts are still circulating throughout the community. Whether it is th...

Quarantine Spotlight with McKenzie Bonar

McKenzie Bonar, senior

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

April 16, 2020

Since the closing of its gates at the Greater Latrobe Senior High School, students across the district have been voicing their opinions on the outbreak of COVID-19, as well as what they have been able to ...

Marching through College

Marching through College

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

From learning the fundamentals of marching to evolving through the collegiate level, past graduates at Greater Latrobe have taken their knowledge and skills to the next tier of athletic bands. The str...

A Look into Solo Español

A Look into Solo Español

February 11, 2020

“¿Solo Español?” A phrase roughly translated into English as “Only Spanish,” is a term heard throughout the classrooms of the Spanish Department. The significance of this phrase is a simple rule...

Behind the Canvas

Behind the Canvas

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

As you walk through the halls of the senior high school of Greater Latrobe, administration and the community support for the arts is strong. Paintings from all over Western Pennsylvania, along with numero...

Latrobe’s Inked Students

December 19, 2019

Walking through the halls in the Senior High, you might see some students with symbolic and artistic works inked onto their skin. Whether it is from inspiration from classical art, to the significant allusions to family, these students have found ways in order to express themselves through getting “inked”. With the insight from a couple wildcats, I was able to better understand the thought processes through getting tatto...

The Thread of Greater Latrobe

Rece Ramsey, Staff Writer

December 19, 2019

With the guidance of Mrs. Coss, students of our Family and Consumer Sciences classes thoroughly find enjoyment from the helpful life skills she teaches, as well as the shared laughter that also comes from her classes. The courses Mrs. Coss provides include: Child Development 1 (fall semester) Child Development 2 (spring semester) Exploring Foods Fabric Arts (fall semester) Fabric Arts and Design (sprin...

Will Beddick's Rise to Fame

Will Beddick’s Rise to Fame

December 5, 2019

TikTok. The social media platform that has infiltrated the lives of teenagers across the globe. When 5 minutes on the app turns into 2 hours, it is no wonder why TikTok is consuming young adults. A destination...

AP Human IUP Trip

AP Human IUP Trip

November 19, 2019

On Friday, November 18, 2019, students from Mr. Saveikis's AP Human Geography class traveled to Indiana University of Pennsylvania to learn more about the GIS program the university offers.

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