The student news site of Bellaire High School

Three Penny Press

The student news site of Bellaire High School

Three Penny Press

The student news site of Bellaire High School

Three Penny Press

NHS co-advisor Jennifer Kuhleman recognizes NHS scholarship semi-finalists seniors Katelyn Ta,  Aaditya Krishna and Akshay Kapur (left to right). All three of the seniors demonstrated the four pillars of NHS during their time at Bellaire.
National Honor Society welcomes new inductees
Grace Turney and Claire Bradford May 1, 2024
Burgjohann was awarded First Year Teacher of the Year, having moved from her home in Rhode Island to the state of Texas just two weeks before the start of the 2023 academic school year.
The road from Rhode Island
Ada Arya, Reporter • Apr 27, 2024
Junior Elyse Chiou and sophomore Miranda Wang prepare a plate of Pepperonis vegan pasta for sophomore Sydney Nguyen. The club assembled an array of vegan foods for the celebration.
Students celebrate with sustainability at Earth Day party
Avey Gannaway, Sports Editor • Apr 27, 2024
Junior Feifan Liu delivers his candidacy speech as his supporters hold campaign signs. His FART platform focused on fundraising, activism, regionalism and transparency.
Bellaire students elected to “Big Three” governing positions in Texas Junior State of America
Alexander Tang and Joy Xia Apr 24, 2024
The jazz band performs on the front patio of Lankfords Bellaire. The band mainly performed bebop songs with some bossa nova and blues sprinkled in.
Bossa nova, bebop and burgers
Alexander Tang, Reporter • Apr 16, 2024
Burnside explains a topic in Algebra 2. Her goal is her teaching will make math seem doable and fun.
Someone to count on
Grace Turney, Entertainment Editor • Apr 14, 2024
The next solar eclipse visible in the US will occur in 2033 in Alaska. At least I’ll be alive in 40 years to see the next [eclipse],” junior Eric Stevenson said.
Students, faculty view solar eclipse in cloudy weather
Clarissa Li and Emma Xiao Apr 12, 2024
The majority of Bellaire faculty and the Shared Decision-Making Committee voted for an eight-period schedule for the 2024-25 school year. In addition to eight periods a day, the new schedule also includes the dismissal time moving to 4 p.m., the discontinuation of zero periods and more elective options for students.
Eight a day
Claire Bradford, Head Business Manager & Features Editor • Mar 18, 2024
Congress and public forum students, including sophomore Catherine Xue, Samantha Tran, and junior Emerald Tang (left to right, second, sixth, ninth respectively) commemorate their time at TFA State 2024 with a photo booth. For Tang, this is her last tournament, but Xue and Tran look forward to competing at state next year.
‘Upping our game’
Jason Deng, Managing Editor • Mar 14, 2024
Senior and Mr. Bellaire winner Joshua Percy beams on the podium next to second- and third-place winners seniors Flynn Collins and Jermaine Hayden. All three of the top winners are members of Red Bird Productions.
Senior Joshua Percy wins Mr. Bellaire
Joy Xia, HOB Editor • Mar 9, 2024
Junior Kohlman Dutton scores a layup during the second quarter. Dutton was an integral part of the Cardinals comeback during the second quarter.
Falling short in the postseason
Rohan Parikh and Ariel Lagnado Mar 5, 2024
Junior Shelton Henderson flies in for a fast-break dunk.
Cardinals continue magical playoff run
Rohan Parikh, Sports Editor • Feb 29, 2024