The PawPrint newspaper was founded in 1967 and is run by Montgomery High School students.
Our mission is to provide timely and relevant information on local and global news, while noting our biases and bringing out the diverse perspectives of the MHS student body.
Since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have shifted our newspaper to a website from our conventional in-hand prints. Our website captures our students’ resilience and ability to adapt to challenges.
We are currently looking for student artists and writers!
If you love writing, reading, or designing graphics, consider joining us!
Please fill out this form and join our Google Classroom with the code nbe3slz if you are interested in joining us!
Visit the Pawdcast, our very own student-run podcast!
Students and faculty use their voices to share the behind-the-scenes of a school community. PawPrint editors host and record exclusive interviews with the administration, teachers, community members, and students. Listen our podcast on Spotify as we explore the diverse perspectives within our community.
Read some interesting articles selected by the editors!
DEI (Diversity Equity Inclusion Mini-Series)
This month, we focused on student groups that are working to tackle issues of racism, xenophobia, sexism, homophobia/transphobia, etc. What are students and teachers’ goals in leading, being a part of, or supporting these groups? What should the rest of the MHS student body know about them, and how can we best support them?
by Elizabeth Yang ’22
by Ashka Jani ’22
by Zeb Jerdonek’ 24
by Meghana Paturu ‘22
by Sahithi Devineni ’22
by multiple students
Numerous writers contributed to our Cougar Talks page in the March issue, covering topics from free college to media to modern monetary theory. The Cougar Talks articles are dedicated to promoting open and patient discourse between the sometimes polarized sides of a topic.
23 Mar. 2021
Students in the Spotlight:
LEFT: by Melanie Zhang ’22
Whether he’s building sandwich boards to help out a teacher or simply being a friendly face in the crowd, Kyle’s legacy is one of kindness and changing the word for the better.
RIGHT: by Catherine Gonzalez ’22
Photography is not only an art form for Reya Karthik, but an outlet that helps her understand the world. Her can-do persistence has led her to create breathtaking photos.
23 Mar. 2021
MHS in the Snow!
Check out this drone footage, filmed by Ishani Ghosh ’23, of MHS after the snow storm in Dec. 2020.
Our writers provide the most recent updates on world events and politics.Check out our world news and politics articles for insight on the global economy, latest technology, and updates on the COVID-19 pandemic
At the PawPrint, students provide unique perspectives on topics ranging from the ethics of chicken nuggets to media sensationalism. We pride ourselves in our multi-faceted approach to journalistic writing and ability to consider many different perspectives.
Read about MHS athletes and sporting events!
Read more about MHS athletes and teams, as well as notable events in the world of professional sports!
Image source: Central Jersey.com
Gallery of artwork MTSD’s k-12 as well as featured artwork from MHS studio art, ceramics, digital media, and photography classes.
Explore artwork created by Montgomery K-12 students in quarantine.
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