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The Summit Pinnacle

The Student News Site of Summit High School

The Summit Pinnacle

The Student News Site of Summit High School

The Summit Pinnacle

The Summit Storm defeat Mountainside in a back and forth game on Monday, Jan. 10

The Summit Storm defeat Mountainside in a back and forth game on Monday, Jan. 10

Kol Doan, Staff Writer January 11, 2022

  On Monday, Jan. 10, in a highly anticipated regular season game, the Summit Boys Varsity basketball team defeated Mountainside High School. Coming into the game, both teams were ranked within...

All Together Now: A Collaborative Victory

All Together Now: A Collaborative Victory

Natasha Visnack , Co-Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2021

Soft orange lighting dims, and audience members quiet as they lean back in their grey velvet seats. The soothing grey upholstered, warm wooden walls of the Caldera High School Auditorium are suddenly bathed...

Photo by Cameron Woods

The Championship Win: How Summit Boys Soccer conquered OSAA 6A Competition this Year

Brooke Leggat, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 19, 2021

Just hours prior to the typical, Friday-night array of students piling down to the bleachers in this week’s football game theme attire, Summit Boys Varsity soccer dominates yet another win. The team’s...

Method Acting: The Cons

Method Acting: The Cons

Dylan Nolan, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

Many great actors have used a trick called method acting to enhance their own acting performance, but many believe it's taking acting too far. Method acting is when an actor prepares for their role by...

This Matters, PERIOD.

This Matters, PERIOD.

Danielle Evans, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

A girl is stranded in a bathroom stall. She has used her last period product in her bag. With a heavy flow of blood rushing down her leg, no one is there to help. The bell rang 20 minutes ago, and she...

When Sleep Comes Second

When Sleep Comes Second

Lina McDonald, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Mia Mees gets home and looks at her kitchen clock. Outside, the sky is pitch-black and filled with stars. It’s 12 am, and she has just returned home from a volleyball game in Salem—driving a total...

Why Students are Malfunctioning in a Changed World

Why Students are Malfunctioning in a Changed World

Sarah Hawkins, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

While students this year endure the annual flu-season germs and mid-term studying per usual, a new stress is taking over. Living through a pandemic and trying to go back to a regular social and school...

The Key to Fortune: Start Early

The Key to Fortune: Start Early

Mia Mees, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

With business closures due to Covid-19, families face the stressful uncertainty of funding their future to dwell upon while unemployed, or in work hiatus. With the ever-changing economy to account for,...

Sophomore Meeting: Addressing Social Issues at Summit

Sophomore Meeting: Addressing Social Issues at Summit

Reese Campbell, Avery Ruhl, and Paige Parton October 25, 2021

On Tuesday, October 19 a few hundred Summit High School sophomores gathered in the school auditorium for an annual class meeting. With the auditorium full of antsy 15- and 16-year-old students, the teens...

Sen Thai Hot Pot: Restaurant Review

Sen Thai Hot Pot: Restaurant Review

Wesley Gilbride, Features Editor August 30, 2021

Over the last eight years, locals have come to know and love the Northern Tai dishes from Wild Rose, one of downtown Bend’s most popular restaurants. Winning multiple awards—Restaurant of the year...

Questioning over Quarantine: How a Pandemic Sparked a Wave of Gender Awakening

Questioning over Quarantine: How a Pandemic Sparked a Wave of Gender Awakening

Natasha Visnack , Co-Editor-in-Chief March 16, 2021

We’ve seen the changes, whether it be in Instagram bios or on name tags on Webex. We’ve all noticed that the little white text that once read “she/her” or “he/him” now reads “she/they”,...

Childhood Trends: Teens Try to Find Normalcy in the Face of A Pandemic

Childhood Trends: Teens Try to Find Normalcy in the Face of A Pandemic

Brooke Leggat, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

It’s 6A.M on a Tuesday morning. Subarus decked out with Summit and Bend High stickers line the Fred Meyer parking lot as piles of ambitious teenagers bombard the grocery store’s front doors. They...

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