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Snoracles

Snoracles

February 17, 2021

Ask Makaila Summers about Miraculous Ladybug on TikTok. Ask French 3 about “une exposé.”  Ask Mr. Gilbert about his favorite class period.  Ask Hannah Ratcliffe about screaming outside.    Ask...

Happy Valentine's Day: DCHS celebrates some of its favorite couples

Happy Valentine’s Day: DCHS celebrates some of its favorite couples

Cynthia Rossi and Emily Mears February 12, 2021

Each year in February Parnassus features some of our school's many couples. This year's group contains a couple from each class, a crossover couple, a faculty couple, a bromance and a womance. Read below...

Snoracles

February 5, 2021

Snoracles are back! Snoracles are a way to get you talking to each other about funny or unusual things. If you want the full story, you just have to ask the person involved. If you have any Snoracles to...

The DCHS drama department presents It’s a Wonderful Life: a radio play.

The DCHS drama department presents It’s a Wonderful Life: a radio play.

Ava Charnley, Staff writer January 22, 2021

2020 has been a year full of unknowns. Sports, clubs, and school itself has been majorly impacted by the pandemic and the restrictions that apply. Another activity affected was the fall play. Mrs. Cotten...

DCHS students and staff resolve to make 2021 a better year

Katlyn Sherinian, videographer January 21, 2021

The Advanced Interactive Media class took on a project of reflecting on 2020. Here is a compilation of what they created brought to you by Parnassus.

Student shout-out: Christmas mishaps

Student shout-out: Christmas mishaps

Ava Charnley December 9, 2020

It’s that time of year again when we all gather to be with loved ones, but sometimes on our journey to be together things don’t always go as planned. You might burn a Christmas present, throw one away,...

Halloween Writing Contest: high school winners

Halloween Writing Contest: high school winners

October 30, 2020

1st place Imaginary Friend by Lily Sandifur I didn’t mean to kill her. It’s not like it was my fault, it was Clarice.                                                  ...

Halloween Writing Contest: 8th grade winners

Halloween Writing Contest: 8th grade winners

October 30, 2020

1st place Monster in the Fog by Austin Griffis It was the night of Halloween, 1995. It was a foggy night perfect for the night of scares. The streets just started to crowd with kids craving for their...

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