This year, our school will say goodbye to a teacher that has been here for twenty years: Greg Pillette. Most people know Pillette as the fun yet tough biology teacher in One hall. Others may recognize him as that guy with the cool glasses that break apart in the middle and snap back together again. E... READ MORE »»
Pillette posses for his first yearbook photo at Sunset High School in 1998. He has been teaching here for 20 years.
22 years ago marked a momentous beginning in the Sunset community; 22 years ago, Kevin Landon began teaching at Sunset. Throughout the years, Landon has had the opportunity to play an important role for our track team and has been able to teach health to most kids in this school. With this comes the opp... READ MORE »»
Landon adds to the abundance of teachers in the 1995 yearbook. He has been teaching at Sunset for 22 years.
Brian “King of Chemistry” Kienlen has been teaching at this school for 30 long years, and he is well-renowned by many as the greatest teacher in this school. Now, as he’s retiring this year, we get a chance to look at the impact he had on the people of this community.
1986: Prince (RIP) released some of his grea... READ MORE »»
Kienlen smiles for his 1995 school photo. The teacher has worked at Sunset High School for 30 years.
Sunset has always had the jazz band to play the same song at the beginning and ending of assemblies, but even one of the most routine school events needs to be reinvented once in awhile. Please welcome Sunset’s new House Band:
How did you meet, and have you worked together before?
Andres (Sophomo... READ MORE »»
Senior Evan Lei and junior Kamran Walsh a caught practicing for their next performance. The house band started playing during assemblies this year.
Every high schooler has gone through the uneasy feelings of starting a new year at a new school. Being a freshman is not easy, but imagine being a freshman where all you see in the hallways are unfamiliar faces. In the year 2017, more freshman in the Beaverton School District will have to go through that ex... READ MORE »»
Illustration of current plans for boundaries as of fall of 2017.
Although junior Zoe Kim-Maskell is a first-year Scroll contributor, her work on the Sunset Ink literary magazine last year makes her no stranger to the world of publications. As an IB Film student, poet,... Read More »