A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Riordan: Disney Plus Adaptation Coming

October 12, 2020 9:22pm | Yakhare Gueye

With more than 69 million copies sold in 35 countries, Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a series loved by many. The Greek Mythology themed series, that consists of five books, surrounds a young demigod named Percy Jackson and his life-risking adventures. Recently, the author, […]

What the Presidential Debate Might Mean for the U.S.

October 12, 2020 9:05pm | Mia Boykin

Hallmark staff member, Mia Boykin, includes information from both sides of the political spectrum after watching the Presidential Debate.  Mia has included the views of multiple people in her family from both political spectrums. On Tuesday, September 29, the two presidential candidates went head-to-head on […]

Christopher Columbus: To Celebrate or Not?

October 12, 2020 7:17pm | Elizabeth Mende

While it is true that Christopher Columbus is an important historical figure who paved the way for exploration in the Americas, he does not deserve the praise he receives, nor should he have a day in which he is celebrated.   Columbus’s story and impact […]

Mrs. Stephanie Campbell: Advice for College Applications

October 7, 2020 1:16pm | Kayla Gregorie and Bridgette Schreiber

The college application process is both challenging and time consuming. If applying early action or decision, most applications are due in early November. This poses a stressful October for seniors as they approach the last month to finish their applications. In response to the SAT […]

Chadwick Boseman: The Loss of a Hero

October 1, 2020 1:38pm | Brionna Gillis

Chadwick Boseman was born on November 29, 1976. He was a graduate of Howard University and studied directing. After graduating, he was able to land his first role as a series regular on Persons Unknown. However, it was his movies roles that had a lasting […]

BCPS: Reopening Plan Changes Again

October 1, 2020 12:01pm | Elizabeth Mende

BCPS Has Again Changed Reopening Plans Baltimore County Public Schools,  the school district that houses Perry Hall High School, has changed its plan for reopening schools twice since the school year began on September 8. Due to COVID-19, BCPS, like many school districts, had to […]

Calling All Juniors: SAT Prep

February 20, 2020 1:02pm | Hailey Hopkins

If you are a junior at Perry Hall, you will most likely be taking the SAT on March 25. And with the SAT coming up, you are probably trying to find effective ways to study and actually remember the information. Khan Academy offers official SAT […]

Stereotypes: What Can We Do?

February 5, 2020 1:33pm | The Hallmark Staff

Throughout the school year, the Hallmark will focus on various student voices and groups. Maelada (May) Yowell approached the Hallmark and expressed interest in sharing her experiences with stereotypes and what people can do to be more understanding. Some may argue that racial stereotypes are […]

Two New Completer Programs for 2020-21 School Year

December 12, 2019 2:00pm | Alisha Hancock

Next school year, two more completer programs are being offered to PHHS students: Food and Beverage Industry ProStart and Teacher Academy of Maryland. The Teacher Academy of Maryland completer program is headed by Ms. Hilary Scala, Business and Consumer Science. A teacher recommendation is required […]

Freshmen Transition Committee

November 20, 2019 2:27pm | Staff Writer; Interview by Justin Jacobs

High school can be overwhelming for all students, but especially for freshmen.  In order to support freshmen academically, Mr. Logan Belinda and Ms. Caitlin Furman lead a program to assist freshmen throughout their first year of high school. Statistically freshmen fail more often than any […]