Patriot Scores
  • Jan 23 / Girls BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 36, Pieper - 55
  • Jan 23 / Boys BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 47, Pieper - 32
  • Jan 19 / Girls BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 40, Bourne Champion - 55
  • Jan 19 / Boys BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 41, Boerne-Champion - 31
  • Jan 16 / Boys BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 73, Canyon - 51
  • Jan 16 / Girls BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 46, Canyon - 56
  • Jan 15 / Boys BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 75, Somerset - 40
  • Jan 15 / Girls BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 33, Bourne Champion - 68
  • Jan 12 / Girls BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 28, Canyon - 52
  • Jan 12 / Boys BasketballVeterans Memorial High School - 66, Tivy - 44
The Student News Site of Veterans Memorial High School

The Patriots Voice

The Patriots Voice

The Patriots Voice

About Our Publication

The Patriot Voice, the official school-sponsored newspaper of Veterans Memorial High School, serves as a laboratory and educational tool in the training of student journalists. As it is a student-created publication, we regret that errors can and will occur. However, the school staff, newspaper students, publisher, school administration, adviser, and photo studios are not liable for errors, missing information, photos, or lost material. Technical malfunctions can also occur, causing loss of data. The Patriot Voice staff strives to create an authentic publication for the student body and faculty representing the happenings of the school year. The Voice serves its audience with accurate and factual reporting in every aspect of the Veterans Memorial High School community.
Although the students work under the leadership of a faculty adviser, the content of The Voice is determined by the student staff and should reflect all areas of student interest. The Voice will not publish material determined by the editorial board to be “unprotected speech,” meaning any material that is libelous, obscene, and disruptive of the school process or unwarranted invasion of privacy. All content must be newsworthy, reflect a scholastic journalism background and be aware of the audience’s concerns.