Located on Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, Qdoba is a walk-in (STUDENT FAVORITE!) “Mexican eats” restaurant that began in 1995 in Denver, Colorado. Since then, Qdoba has expanded to many locations, Beaverton being one of them as just a short distance from BHS. At Qdoba, you will see many students and alumni from Beaverton who both work and eat there regularly. Qdoba is also involved in our community. Last year, Qdoba sponsored Jam the Dam, provided food for school functions, and donated meals to BHS students and families. Let’s show Qdoba even more support, and check it out soon!


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Sarvin Sobhani is a graduate from the Class of 2018, and what she loved most about high school was that she could always be a space with her best friends. She also really appreciated how welcoming the BHS community was and is to new students and came up with many different ways to get them involved. Sarvin was a part of the Marketing Pathway as well as the Welcoming Committee, and her most memorable moment at BHS was being kidnapped for Prom Court! Some advice that she can offer to high school students is to get to know as many people as you can and try to step out of your comfort zone. Good luck to you, Sarvin! BHS knows you will do great things.



Kennedy is a 5th grader at Ridgewood Elementary School. Kennedy has 2 siblings and no pets but she would love to own a kitten. During her free time, Kennedy plays soccer and she also loves to paint; in her paintings, she uses lots of colors and loves to incorporate quotes! Kennedy’s favorite part of school is her homeroom class because she gets to be with all of her friends and her favorite teacher Mr.Gretz. After high school, Kennedy wants to earn a degree in business and become a retail salesperson! We can’t wait for you to become part of Beaverton High School, Kennedy!



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Mr. Running is a new addition to BHS this year, and he teaches Social Studies 9 and Economics. He enjoys going on hikes, skiing, golfing, and reading when he can find the time. Most of all, he loves spending time with his niece Juniper and nephew Everett. Mr Running graduated from BHS in 2001 and continued his studies at the University of Arizona. He later came back to Oregon to study at Portland State University. What he really likes about BHS is that everyone is super friendly and it made his transition to Beaverton easier. Welcome back to BHS, Mr. Running!


Student Spotlight

Meet freshman Audrey Johnson! Audrey previously attended Raleigh Hills Elementary School and Whitford Middle School. Her favorite subject in school is math, and her favorite teacher is Mr. Zaworski. Audrey is a part of BHS Girls’ Soccer, and she plans on joining the BHS Snowboarding Team and BHS Track & Field Team later this year! Outside of school, she enjoys hiking and biking with her family, and she also loves to binge watch Marvel movies. In her future at BHS, she is most excited about playing soccer and the AP classes the school provides. Her favorite things that makes BHS unique are the accepting community, along with helpful teachers and students. We are so happy to have you here, Audrey! #ExperienceBHS


Located on Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, The Human Bean is a drive-thru espresso franchise that started 20 years ago in Ashland, Oregon. They have since expanded to locations such as Colorado, Ohio, and of course, our very own Beaverton. Stop in our local Human Bean and you will probably find a Beaverton High student working there! Many students seeking employment have ended up in this drive-thru, and we currently have several peers behind that counter.


The Human Bean is also very charitable, holding fundraisers such as Coffee for a Cure, food & toy drives, and Mochas for Men. Make sure that you bring any friends or family members during their November 11th promotion for veterans and active military members. Thank you for everything you do for our community!



Sophie is an 8th grader at Whitford Middle School! She loves to play basketball and soccer, and she also runs track! She is planning on continuing these sports into high school. Her favorite subject is math because she has awesome teachers to help her out with it. She is really looking forward to high school because she loves the Beaverton community and is super excited to meet new people. She is also very interested in the Health Careers pathway because she wants to be a nurse when she grows up! We can’t wait to have you here at BHS, Sophie! #THEBeavertonHighSchool

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Stephanie Peters


Mrs. Peters is a new counselor this year at BHS. Before moving to BHS, she was a counselor at Southridge High School for 5 years. Then, she switched over to Mt. View Middle School for the last 6 years. Mrs. Peters is in charge of all students with the last name of Ri-Z. She also works with Ms. Bafaro on the Beaver Den. When asked about what’s unique about the community, she says, “It is very positive and caring.”

Mrs. Peters is part of the Community Partnership Team and the Safety Committee. Outside of schoolm she enjoys knitting, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family. Mrs. Peters would like BHS students to know, “It is a privilege to work with students at this exciting stage of their lives. I love guiding and supporting students as they are preparing themselves for life after high school.”

Mrs. Peters is so happy to be here! #ExperienceBHS

A Boba-licious Start to the School Year

Via Beaverton Hummer online:

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by Cooper Graham

While many high schoolers may not be avid tea drinkers, very few can pass up a certain Taiwanese-tea based beverage; bubble, or boba, tea. Typically using either black, green or oolong tea, it is mixed with a milk/creamer and some sort of sweetener, then boba, (tapioca pearls) are added.

It has recently become very popular in the US, with a wide variety of flavor options available. Around Beaverton and the Metro area, there are quite a few places to score some boba tea, like Bubble N Tea, Bubble Bubble Tea, and Mo Cha Teahouse. But there’s a new shop in town: Milk + T.

Milk + T, located at 4545 SW Angel Ave #160, is just a few minutes from our very own Beaverton High School, and it is pretty awesome. Walk in and it’s instant amazement at the sight of the décor and layout, the sound…

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Senior Payton Major is your ASB President!


Get to know her better through a small piece she wrote about herself: “I’m so excited to see what we can accomplish this semester because we truly have the greatest leadership group ever!! My favorite school activity is writing, but I run cross country every Fall. Leadership is my favorite class:) After high school, I want to attend the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication at Arizona State University to double major in Broadcasting and Meteorology. Then, hopefully become a News Anchor and/or Meteorologist! Outside of school, I’m a supervisor at Jamba Juice, I love to sing, and hang out with my friends, family and dogs. I also love going to rodeos and country music concerts during the summer! My advice to underclassmen is to make your own path! If BHS doesn’t offer what you want to pursue after high school, make an independent study! I’m currently in my own “broadcasting” class, and I made my own pathway! You’re in charge of your future, so do what’s best for YOU!”