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The student news site of Birmingham Community Charter High School

The student news site of Birmingham Community Charter High School

The Patriot Post

The student news site of Birmingham Community Charter High School

The Patriot Post

Pineapple pizza (photo: Creative Commons)

Pineapple on Pizza: “Yes!” or “No!”

William Del Toro, Staff Writer December 15, 2023

The debate over whether pineapple should be a topping on pizza has been a long-standing topic of discussion among pizza enthusiasts. Pineapple as a pizza topping is a divisive issue, with strong opinions...

The 2023 Annual Birmingham Chess Championship Tournament

Zachary Ignacio, Staff Writer December 11, 2023

Birmingham Community Charter High School's Chess Club had a busy two weeks in which the club held the annual schoolwide chess championship tournament from October 3 through October 12. Forty-six students...

The Senior Sunrise at the Birmingham soccer field September 29, 2023. (Clockwise from the top: Joaldi Diaz, Roger Arevalo, Andrew Aguirre, Alexis Ramirez, Kenneth Luquin, David Hernandez)

Cloudy Senior Sunrise Did Not Meet Senior Expectations

Mayra Vargas, Sports Editor November 27, 2023

Although many seniors here at Birmingham were excited about Senior Sunrise, many had different opinions about the event. The event happened on Friday, September 29 and many seniors complained about the...

The Music Appreciation Club is scouting for new members. (photo: Zachary Ignacio (11))

Enthusiastic Lunchtime Crowds Make 2023 Birmingham Club Rush A Success

Zachary Ignacio, Staff Writer October 16, 2023

Birmingham hosts a day each semester when all clubs gather at the quad, allowing students to join them and learn about their clubs. At the event, each club had a table where they displayed information...

Google search showing what jobs and positions are available at different San Fernando Valley companies. (photo: Ingrid Flamenco (12))

Current SF Valley Job Openings for Patriot Seniors

Ingrid Flamenco, Editor-In-Chief October 10, 2023

Everything starts to get a lot more expensive during senior year and seniors have to worry about spending a lot of money on dance tickets, senior photos, cap and gowns, class shirts, class rings, yearbooks,...

Mr. Sirr, Birminghams new enthusiastic economics teacher.
(photo: Hannah Bivins (12))

Meet Birmingham’s New Economics Teacher, Mr. Sirr!

Hannah Bivins, Student Life Editor October 4, 2023

Economics plays an important role in every job or business. It is a very helpful skill that can get us through life and it is very important--not only in business, but in every aspect of living. We use...

High School Dating on a Budget

Daniel Gomez, Opinion Editor June 8, 2023

As high schoolers navigate the world of dating, many struggle with the challenge of finding affordable and fun date ideas. With limited budgets, expensive restaurant dinners and movie theater tickets may...

Exciting BCCHS Senior Summer Vacation Plans

Maria Gonzalez, Website Editor May 30, 2023

As the 2023 school year ends, seniors are starting to unwind, prepare for summer, and plans are filling their heads. There are so many exciting things to do in the summer, and the plans are endless because...

BCCHS Senior Decision Day 2023

Abigail Rodriguez, Student Life Editor May 23, 2023

On May 17, 2023, the seniors at Birmingham gathered all around the quad for "Senior Decision Day," a day dedicated to celebrating their chosen college or university of choice. The staff made sure to incorporate...

Play Pro Has a Blast on Broadway and in Times Square in New York City

David Hernandez, Staff Writer May 11, 2023

On January 13-16, 2023, the BCCHS Play Pro class got onto a plane and went straight to their trip to New York City. They had many activities planned for the trip including going to plays and visiting some...

How to Successfully Prepare or the Grade 11 SBAC Exam

Alejandro Luna, Staff Writer April 14, 2023

SBAC testing week is starting April 17 - 21 and is only for 11th graders. BCCHS has a special bell schedule during this testing week in which grades 9, 10, and 12 must report to campus at lunch every day...

Summer Employment for BCCHS Students Can Be an Enriching Experience

Emely Urrutia, Staff Writer April 14, 2023

Getting a summer job might be something that you should contemplate if you want to start saving money for college, buying a car by the time you have a license, and other things like senior activities at...

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