Student Spotlight: Ben Reyes

Written By: Natalie Pinto The Port Light has decided to include a Student Spotlight to highlight students that have made successful achievements inside and outside of school. For this issue, we’ve decided to feature a PCHS senior, Benjamin Reyes! Throughout his years at PCHS, Ben has shown his determination and […]

Autumn Art

Written By: Natalie Pinto As this fall season comes to a close, we’ve decided to include some autumn-inspired art from our amazing artists here at PCHS! Here are our following entries: “It’s a character from a game named monster prom. He was someone I always liked, so I decided to […]

I Think, Therefore IB (Eating)

Written By: Matthew Palma, Brian Alvarado On November 7, after months of hard work and commitment to the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), the Diploma Candidates met at Colony Grill for a moment of companionship.  The IBDP requires students to complete specific IB courses (mathematics, sciences, language, English, history, and […]

PSAT’s – Yay Or Nay?

Written By: Kathleen Scarola On October 15, half- asleep sophomores and heavily caffeinated juniors converged upon PCHS to take PSAT’s once more. In recent years, the effect test scores have on an individual’s acceptance into college and or university has been changing, especially as many schools are starting to become […]