• April 27 - Senior Prom!
  • April 23 - Schools Closed/QCHS Spring Band Concert
  • April 20 - District Art Show
  • April 17-20 - PMEA All-State Conference
  • April 16 - QCHS Spring Choir Concert
  • April 11 - QCHS Job Fair
  • April 4 - MP4 Begins
  • April 1 - April Fools and Schools Closed!
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The Student News Site of Quakertown High School

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The Student News Site of Quakertown High School

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Emily Parker
Senior Student, Emily Parker, Receives Scholarship From the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
Maggie Wilson, editor • May 24, 2024

One remarkable senior from Quakertown Senior High School’s 2024 graduating class has been awarded a $20,000 scholarship from the Coca-Cola Scholarship Fund (CCSF). Emily Parker was recently awarded the...

League of Women Voters of Bucks County visits Quakertown High School and helps students register to vote and encourages students to uphold their civic duty.
League of Women Voters of Bucks County inspires civic engagement among students at Quakertown Community High School
Maggie Wilson, editor • March 26, 2024

“We yell, we shout. We care,” said Lydia Winderman, co-chair of the voter registration in Bucks County’s League of Women Voters.  The League of Women Voters was established in 1920 when women...

The Harmful Side of Tourism
The Harmful Side of Tourism
Bree Kuliga, Editor • April 24, 2024

People worldwide plan vacations, tour cities, and famous landmarks, and essentially experience the life and culture they are unfamiliar with. The luxurious hotels, delicious food, and various resources...

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Earth Day
April 24, 2024
eternal sunshine by Ariana Grande- Album Review
eternal sunshine by Ariana Grande- Album Review
Allie Dutill, staff writer • April 5, 2024

The last album that Ariana Grande produced was Positions in 2020 then,  on March 8th, 2024 she released her newest album eternal sunshine. The album reflects on her recent relationship and divorce. It...

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2024 Olympics Preview
2024 Olympics Preview
Jaden Ashton, staff writer • May 24, 2024

As the world eagerly awaits the commencement of the 2024 Summer Olympics, anticipation mounts for what promises to be a showcase of athletic prowess, camaraderie, and unforgettable moments. Scheduled to...

Club Spotlight: The Garden Club

Derek Kuntz | May 24, 2024

As Spring turns into Summer, students could find themselves looking for a way to enjoy school while also being outdoors. Over the years, Mr. Stoverink has been overseeing the Garden Club. It started with a few seniors who wanted to create a garden club. Now, the club is open to any interested students who may drop in at any time. Garden Club is student-run and works as a democratic body. Mr. Stoverink...

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Walter Baum: A Renowned Local Artist

Sarah Kummery, staff writer | May 24, 2024

Early Life and Family: Walter Emerson Baum was a Pennsylvania-born artist, teacher, and writer. He was born in Sellersville in 1884 and began studying art with William Trego when he was twenty. His wife, Flora Baum, also studied art. She and their daughter Marian posed for William Trego on several occasions, and Baum remembered Trego singing to the baby as he painted her. Eventually, Flora decided...

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Club Spotlight

Derek Kuntz, Staff Writer | April 24, 2024

On the second to last Monday of each month, Mrs. Christine hosts the Art Club. Students gather in B128 where they do small art projects. Every month is a different art project for students to learn new artistic mediums. The club is open to all students but specifies its audience to those with artistic habits and interests. In the past few years, Mr. Moyer has been able to assist Mrs. Christine after...

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The Hidden Culprits: Uncovering the Truth About Gluten Intolerance and Processed Foods
The Hidden Culprits: Uncovering the Truth About Gluten Intolerance and Processed Foods
Karleigh Vandine, staff writer • April 25, 2024

Confusion in the Food System: Is Gluten the Bad Guy? The world of food and agriculture in America has been growing and changing for hundreds...