• Class of 2027 Apparel Sale Happening Now • SpongeBob Musical Tickets on Sale Now: • Parkland Prom 5/4/24 @ SteelStacks
The Student News Site of Parkland High School

The Trumpet

The Student News Site of Parkland High School

The Trumpet

The Student News Site of Parkland High School

The Trumpet

A student admiring The Trumpet newspaper at its table while Editor-in-Chief Sarah George networks in the background.
Local school districts support student journalism at the Keystone Student Journalist Coalition
Raina Pawloski, Social Media Manager • April 29, 2024

On Thursday, April 18th, young journalists from around the Lehigh Valley came together at Lehigh Carbon Community College to network, exchange...

The full crowd applauds Parklands Boys basketball team as they run onto the court.
Parkland pep rally connects the school
Sarah George, Editor-in-Chief • April 9, 2024

On March 22nd Parkland High School held their first pep rally in two years. This time around, the school was celebrating the Parkland Boy’s...

Several Parkland students took college-level courses at Lehigh University this year.
Dual cool for high school
Max Averbach, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

Parkland High School provides many opportunities for students to indulge in their intellectual desires. Despite the variety of courses Parkland...

The cast performs Bikini Bottom Day at the Freddy Awards Ceremony.
Finding Gold in Bikini Bottom
Teagan Tremba, Staff Writer • May 24, 2024

It was the best day ever for everyone involved with Parkland’s The SpongeBob Musical when the production received 12 Freddy nominations. Working...

Singing Belle, the cast of Beauty and the Beast Jr. tells the tale as old as time.
Civic Theatre astounds with newest musical
Sarah George and Elsa Hoderewski May 2, 2024

A tale as old as time was being told at the Civic Theatre in Allentown by a large cast of students who brought the story to life. Beauty and...

The Blare Podcast
The Blare Podcast
May 23, 2024

Listen to our latest episode of The Blare.

Our Mascot, The Trojan, celebrating at the Pep Rally for the Boys Basketball team.
The Year in Review
Raina Pawloski, Social Media Manager • May 20, 2024

The 2023-2024 school year was certainly one for the books. It was a unique year that brought the students its challenges as well as its benefits....

Students walking into the front of the Parkland High School building.
What is the best way to shorten your day?
Nathan Rosenberg, Staff Writer • April 9, 2024

Early leave vs. late start, which is better? Having the luxury of being able to skip part of school is something that many students experience...

Becoming a crucial part of everyday life for youth today, technology occupies the attention of children frequently.
Technology kills (brain cells)
Danica Clemmer, Staff Writer • April 9, 2024

Though technology may seem like a harmless way for people to communicate and share their lives, it can leave a  lasting impact on the ways children...

Liberty comes out on top in the first round of EPC playoffs
Parkland baseball team loses in a stunning upset
Nathan Rosenberg, Staff Writer • May 20, 2024

Parkland has had great success in many sports this year. For example, in both basketball and volleyball, Parkland was able to compete in the...

Lehigh Valley Athlete of the Year semi-finalists now officially announced
Who will be named the best athlete in the Lehigh Valley?
Nathan Rosenberg, Staff Writer • May 8, 2024

Throughout the year, great athletes are rewarded for their skills through weekly voting on The Morning Call. Many Parkland students have won...

Madame Boudart and her class watch the foreign French class on the big screen.
Honors French classes communicate with native French students
Sarah George, Editor-in-Chief • May 8, 2024

On Tuesday, April 30th two french classes met to learn from eachother, except one was across the ocean. Madame Boudart’s Honors 3 French class...

Elsa Hoderewski smiles after learning that she won first place in podcasting.
Who Else But Elsa?
Max Averbach, Staff Writer • May 8, 2024

On April 3rd, 2024, eight members of Parkland’s yearbook, newspaper, and literary magazine qualified to compete in the Pennsylvania Student...

Support Us
Our Goal

Your donation will support the student journalists of Parkland High School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting and printing costs.

Read our Latest Print Edition!
Subscribe for Updates


* indicates required

Intuit Mailchimp

Donate to The Trumpet
Our Goal

Activate Search
The Student News Site of Parkland High School