This Odin’s Word features our new football coach, students “living” the life of a doctor, and much more.
Check out this back copy of Odin’s Word. This edition was the first produced during the 2016/2017 school year.
Check out the latest edition of Odin’s Word, the student-run newspaper for Princeton High School.
Read Odin’s Word stories on: the Tennessee Wildfire, Election Results, Women’s March, No Shave Fund Raiser, and more.
Princeton High School and Princeton Middle School students collaborate.
Vikings make a difference as they help fellow Vikes in need.
Princeton Music Composites dating from 1973-2016 displayed before PHS Holiday Concert.
Viking Bowler Selected by Greater Miami Conference for Award
Brynne McGregor’s Blockbuster film, Every Splinter Split it Half, gets invited to NYC again!
Kelsey Mitchell, PHS class of 2014 graduate that just keeps on winning.
Check out the electronic version of the February edition of Odin’s Word. Featured: Straight Outta Lincoln Heights, Inking It Up, We Tried It and much more!
Vikings are ready for the “Big Leagues”
The Arts Make a Lasting Impression. Princeton’s annual Festival of the Arts is just around the corner.
Put on your best party clothes and bring your checkbooks to the Princeton Pride Gala, it’s all for a good cause.
Check out the first print edition of 2015/16. Read about Viking Village, State Champions, and more.
This year’s College and Career Fair promises to be bigger and better
Princeton High School Junior, Jonathon Kutcher, is honored for his theatrical skills
Princeton Vikings Just Keep Giving.
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Last year’s Odin’s Word staff worked hard to put together an exciting print edition of the annual Senior Edition. Please click on the link below to view the electronic version of Odin’s Word Senior Issue 2015. Odins Word Senior Issue 2015
Erika Langford shares the latest about Princeton Viking Baseball Alum, Josh Harrison and his recent honor.
The Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) has named Princeton City School District Superintendent, Thomas S. Tucker, Ph.D., the 2016 Ohio Superintendent of the Year. According to BASA Executive Director, Kirk Hamilton, Ph.D., Tucker was selected by an esteemed panel of former Ohio Superintendent of the Year awardees. The panel evaluated each nominee based on…
For some people Halloween time is all about thrills and chills. Jerica Hurt gives us some information about local options for haunted happenings.
Princeton High School Orchestra Students Accepted into Advanced Orchestras.
Viking Spirit Wear Store is opened to the public on Tuesdays from 4 to 7 p.m., as long as school is in session. Items available for purchase include: hoodies, tees, string bags, tumblers, hats, and much more. Day-to-day selections vary, with new designs and items coming in all the time. Check out the great selection…
Reporter Jamelia Watson explores the legacies of the art world in the halls of Princeton High School and explains why they are so dear to the culture of PHS.
Odin’s Word reporter, Keara Richards, shares some senior advice for the next graduating class at PHS.
Reporter Kam Keeling pays tribute to a fallen Viking.
Reporters Tayler Hammons and Keara Richardson explore why prom is worth every penny.
Reporter Frannie Maine traveled across the street to cover demolition of the original Princeton High School.
Reporters Nurani Andrus and Amari Ballew check in with the PHS STEM Students as they use the design process to create their own brand of toothpaste.
Reporter Nurani Andrus looks into the world of video gaming and PHS students.
Annaliese Levy speaks with two Vikings on a Mission.
Jordan Sibert, PHS c/o 2010 is leading the Dayton Flyers into the world of March Madness. Odin’s Word brings a quick up-date.
Reporter Emily Thomas shares information about the PHS indoor track program.
PHS 9th Grade STEM students got to visit the Viking Village construction sight. Reporter Frannie Maine got the story.
Reporters Emily Thomas and Kameron Keeling cover the PHS National Letter of Intent Day
Reporter Ashlyn Reminga lets her hands do the talking as she visits with a PHS sign language teacher.
Reporter Keara Richardson explores alternate ways students can get class participation grades.
Reporters Olivia McDonald and Keara Richardson cover the race against time to save PHS murals
Reporter Keara Richardson asks PHS Class of 2015 students about post graduation plans.
Reporters Frannie Maine and Taylor Roberts speak about the impact that children with special needs have on families.
Reporter Ashlyn Reminga interviews students with family members that are in the military, and how it has impacted their lives.
Reporter Nurani Andrus explores the color blind deficiency and compares it to regular sight.
Reporters Keara Richardson and Emily Dick explore the true meaning of No Shave November and what it means to the Princeton community.
Take a look into this article to find out how you can grab your Farewell to Matthew tickets!
Reporters Taylor Roberts and Frannie Maine report on an author’s visit to the PHS classrooms.
Reporter Kameron Keeling interviews boys’ varsity basketball players about how their hopes for the 2014-15 season.
Reporter Jeremiah Williams interviews students at PHS on why they choose to be scared