Three Penny Press

Annilee Newton reads about the history of the French language while traveling on the tram from La Source to Orléans Centre Ville.
How Living in France transformed teacher
Angelina Pascali, Entertainment Editor • June 10, 2021
World geography teacher Juanita Camarillo loves teaching students and encouraging their journey. She is also loves soccer, carne asada and the outdoors.
Teacher embraces Mexican-American roots
Salma Abuzaher, Reporter • June 9, 2021
Ciego de Avila, where sophomore Rosali Zaldivar grew up, is a Cuban city located about nine hours away from the capitol city of Havana.
Sophomore shares story of her journey to America from Cuba
Taryn Morris, Reporter • June 9, 2021
Sophomore Sophie Hinh prepares her perfect Netflix-watching set up. She has her favorite candy and snacks within reaching distance.
Netflix cancels popular shows, upsets fans
Sara Wolf, Reporter • June 4, 2021

The auto trailer begins to play with a slight stroke of the mouse. Although tempting, freshman Hannah Cohen has to do her research before dedicating...

Senior Abby McMorris at a souvenir shop in Disney Springs. She found Mickey ears as a graduation hat and found it fitting to pose for a picture. (Photo credit to Abby
'I really enjoyed Disney. Pandemic or not, it’s one of my favorite places to be.' 
Abby McMorris, Reporter • June 4, 2021

A maskless, crowded paradise.  That’s what Disney was like for me in 2019. Last time I went to Disney World before the pandemic,...

Dogecoin receives more attention by prospective investors through the world and senior Johnny Garibay wants Bellaire students to learn more about it.
Dogecoin on the loose and to the moon
Juan (Johnny) Garibay, Business Manager • June 4, 2021

Disclaimer: I am NOT a financial advisor. Do not make any investing decisions based on me or this article. Your investing decisions should come...

Robotics club president Jimmy Xi prepares the robot for the VEX AI competition. The team plays under the team 285T, and the goal is to make the robot complete various tasks autonomously.
Robotics Club competes in four contests, advances to semifinals in new VEX AI competition
Iman Suleman, Copy Editor • May 27, 2021

The Robotics Club built a 120-pound industrial-sized robot for their VEX competition on Apr. 16 which qualified for the World Championships....

Choir congratulates Jonathan Du for making All State Choir, which he got in by sending in multiple video auditions for the contest.
Choir students compete for the first time in almost two years
Anushka Ravi, Business Manager • May 25, 2021

Junior Jonathan Du made the All-State Choir, the highest honor a Texas music student can receive, in February this year. After many auditions...

Guest speaker and CEO of Renzoe Box Rene Graham discusses hardships she faces as a woman in the male-dominated industry of architecture at the Women’s History Month student forum on Mar. 21. The 180 student attendees were given the opportunity to ask her questions in the Microsoft Teams chat and by raising their hand.
Student Council facilitates schoolwide discussion on environmental sustainability, women's rights
Sophia Hernandez, Features Editor • May 24, 2021

In an effort to build a sense of community and foster connections between students and administrators, the Student Council recently introduced...

This image symbolizes the link between education and incarceration.
'One size fits all' approach to punishment not working
Iman Suleman, Copy Editor • June 4, 2021

The children are our future. They are our posterity. Their childhood experiences will determine what they do later in life. Kids need guidance....

Senior Abby McMorris at a souvenir shop in Disney Springs. She found Mickey ears as a graduation hat and found it fitting to pose for a picture. (Photo credit to Abby
'I really enjoyed Disney. Pandemic or not, it’s one of my favorite places to be.' 
Abby McMorris, Reporter • June 4, 2021

A maskless, crowded paradise.  That’s what Disney was like for me in 2019. Last time I went to Disney World before the pandemic,...

My mom, Tawnya, and my dad, James.
Thoughts from a biracial girl: 'Being biracial is its own identity'
Rory Schoech, Reporter • June 4, 2021

Sometimes I forget who I am. I’m biracial. My dad is white and my mom is black. Though, most people wouldn’t really be able to tell...

Activate Search
The student news site of Bellaire High School
The student news site of Bellaire High School