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Cindy Gabehart

CIndy Gabehart
Pine Tree High School Principal
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903-295-5031
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 5878
Longview, Texas 75608

 

Physical Addresses:
900 Northwest Drive
Longview, Texas 75604
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1005 W. Fairmont Street
Longview, Texas 75604

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Pine Tree High School abounds with opportunities for students and we encourage our students to be leaders in every way. PTHS has many rich traditions and a commitment to prepare our students to be college and career ready.  Exciting things are happening here and we welcome you to come see us at Pine Tree High School.

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PTHS Highlights

  • The Pine Tree HS Marching Band competed at the Northeast Texas Invitational Marching Contest Saturday, October 12 in Mt. Pleasant.
     
    Pine Tree received straight 1's from the band judges, the percussion judge and the auxiliary judge.  They were awarded the "Best in Class" trophy for Division 5A.  
     
    Congratulations to these hard-working Pirates and good luck as they march at the UIL marching contest Tuesday, October 15, in Mt. Pleasant.  #pirateproud #buildingsomethingspecial 
  • Cindy Gabehart, Pine Tree High School principal, announced today that Ashly R. James and Connor B. Naseiro have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. 

     

    About 34, 000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.   Congratulations to our Pine Tree Pirates!  #pirateproud

  • Connor B. Naseiro and Isabella N. Nix, students at Pine Tree High School, have been named recipients in the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP).

    National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) was initiated in 1983, by the College Board, to identify outstanding Hispanic high school students and to share information about these academically well-prepared students with subscribing colleges and universities.

    In order to be eligible, students must be at least one-quarter Hispanic. Each year the NHRP identifies approximately 7,000[1] of the highest-scoring students from a nationwide total of 250,000[2] high school juniors who took the PSAT/NMSQT and designated themselves as Hispanic, as well as approximately 200[3] of the top scoring PAA students from Puerto Rico. The nationwide selection also includes students from Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin IslandsGuam, and U.S. citizens attending international and APO schools.

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  • PTHS students competed in District 16 5A Academic contests March 29-30.  Those students marked with * will advance to the Regional UIL Meet on April 12-13 at Prosper High School. The following teachers will attend with their students:  Deborah Wait, Jennifer Cartwright, Blake Sansom, and Ryan Stokes. 

    Congratulations to all of our winners and their teachers.
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    *3rd place Isabella Nix
    5th place Jorge Juarez
    6th place Akshay Peddireddy
    2nd place Team

    Mathematics
    *3rd place Marilyn Shen
    5th place Caleb Terry
    2nd place Team

    Number Sense
    6th place Marilyn Shen
    2nd place Team

    Science
    *Top Biology Student Jann Cabudoy

    Ready Writing
    5th place Robert Ray
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    4th place  Paige Reese
    6th place Marilyn Shen

    Copy Editing
    4th place  Gabrielle Cope

    Feature Writing
    6th place  Rose LaBay

    Saturday Results
    Lincoln Douglas Debate
    *1st place Ashly James

    Informative Speaking
    5th place Abigail Walker

    Poetry Interpretation
    *2nd place Emilie Magnan

    Persuasive Speaking
    7th place Tyler Martinez
  • PTHS earned 5 Distinction Designations!

    Academic Achievement in English Language Arts/Reading
    Academic Achievement in Mathematics
    Academic Achievement in Science
    Academic Achievement in Social Studies
    Postsecondary Readiness

  • In the first year of Pine Tree High School’s AP Capstone Diploma program, seven students earned an AP Capstone Diploma or an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.

    The College Board’s AP Capstone program is an innovative diploma program that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges. 

    The AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Seminar and Research Certificate recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement in AP Seminar, AP Research, and additional AP courses.  

    At Pine Tree High School,  two students were granted an AP Capstone Diploma.  The diploma is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing.  

    These students were Ashly James and Shawn Naserio.

    Four students were granted an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.  The certificate is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research.  

    These students were Rebekah Donnell, Rose LaBay, Isabella Nix, and Juan Ruiz.

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    In the first year of Pine Tree High School’s AP Capstone Diploma program, seven students earned an AP Capstone Diploma or an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.

    The College Board’s AP Capstone program is an innovative diploma program that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges. 

    The AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Seminar and Research Certificate recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement in AP Seminar, AP Research, and additional AP courses.  

    At Pine Tree High School,  two students were granted an AP Capstone Diploma.  The diploma is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing.  

    These students were Ashly James and Shawn Naserio.

     

    Four students were granted an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.  The certificate is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research.  

    These students were Rebekah DonnellRose LaBayIsabella Nix, and Juan Ruiz.

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    In the first year of Pine Tree High School’s AP Capstone Diploma program, seven students earned an AP Capstone Diploma or an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.

    The College Board’s AP Capstone program is an innovative diploma program that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges. 

    The AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Seminar and Research Certificate recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement in AP Seminar, AP Research, and additional AP courses.  

    At Pine Tree High School,  two students were granted an AP Capstone Diploma.  The diploma is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing.  

    These students were Ashly James and Shawn Naserio.

     

    Four students were granted an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.  The certificate is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research.  

    These students were Rebekah DonnellRose LaBayIsabella Nix, and Juan Ruiz.


    Mary Whitton

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    In the first year of Pine Tree High School’s AP Capstone Diploma program, seven students earned an AP Capstone Diploma or an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.

    The College Board’s AP Capstone program is an innovative diploma program that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges. 

    The AP Capstone Diploma and the AP Seminar and Research Certificate recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement in AP Seminar, AP Research, and additional AP courses.  

    At Pine Tree High School,  two students were granted an AP Capstone Diploma.  The diploma is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research and on four additional AP Exams of their choosing.  

    These students were Ashly James and Shawn Naserio.

     

    Four students were granted an AP Seminar and Research Certificate.  The certificate is granted to students who earn scores of 3 or higher in both AP Seminar and AP Research.  

    These students were Rebekah DonnellRose LaBayIsabella Nix, and Juan Ruiz.

  • Students
  • 2019 Homecoming Court

    Seniors

    Kevin Moss, Carson Parmelee, Alexis Allen, Mercedes Estrada , Dajah Montgomery, Kelslee Russell

    Homecoming
    Homecoming
    Homecoming
    Homecoming

    Freshman
    Duke & Duchess:

    Keszmond Kado Jackson

    Jiara McCarty

    Homecoming

    Sophomore
    Duke & Duchess:

    Brannon Bargsley
    Chloe Chandler

    Homecoming

    Junior
    Duke & Duchess:

    Graham Parmelee
    Jamonica Miller

  • Congratulations

    Samantha Sommerfeld

    Miss Gregg County

    Miss Greg County
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  • Twenty-seven students at Pine Tree High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP exams.

    The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP Exams. 

    The AP Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated exemplary college-level achievement on AP Exams. 

    At Pine Tree High School: 

    Two students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Distinction are Ashly James and Caleb Terry. 

    Two students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. The AP Scholars with Honor are Rebekah Donnell and Shawn Naserio. 

    Twenty-three students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are Sterling Beakley, Jann Cabudoy, Gabrielle Cope, Kathryn Counts, Ainsley Daugbjerg, Jack Eaton, Joshua Hecker, Allison Knight, Rose LaBay, Jackson Lair, Brooke Leath, Isabella Nix, Carson Oxsheer, Lauren Parker, Akshay Peddireddy, Evelyne Ramirez, Robert Ray, Sierra Reese. Camden Salser, Hayden Shelton, Timothy Short, Riley Stanley, and Amarah Sweaks. 


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    The Pine Tree Theatre Company, under the direction of Lisa Wright, hosted the East Texas Baptist University Improv Troupe September 20th in the Pine Tree High SchoolTheatre.  ETBU actors led four rounds of improv with two competing 30-man teams from the cast of the fall musical, Oliver! as the Pine Tree Theatre Company prepares for their performances in November.  


    ETBU professors held a round table Q&A with the Oliver! technical crew and shared advanced technical training.  The students standing on the bridge and stairs in the photo built this set for the fall production with the new HS Technical Director, Irene Nguyen.


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    The Pine Tree Theatre Company, under the direction of Lisa Wright, hosted the East Texas Baptist University Improv Troupe September 20th in the Pine Tree High SchoolTheatre.  ETBU actors led four rounds of improv with two competing 30-man teams from the cast of the fall musical, Oliver! as the Pine Tree Theatre Company prepares for their performances in November.  


    ETBU professors held a round table Q&A with the Oliver! technical crew and shared advanced technical training.  The students standing on the bridge and stairs in the photo built this set for the fall production with the new HS Technical Director, Irene Nguyen.

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    The Pine Tree Theatre Company, under the direction of Lisa Wright, hosted the East Texas Baptist University Improv Troupe September 20th in the Pine Tree High SchoolTheatre.  ETBU actors led four rounds of improv with two competing 30-man teams from the cast of the fall musical, Oliver! as the Pine Tree Theatre Company prepares for their performances in November.  


    ETBU professors held a round table Q&A with the Oliver! technical crew and shared advanced technical training.  The students standing on the bridge and stairs in the photo built this set for the fall production with the new HS Technical Director, Irene Nguyen.

  • Congratulations to Seniors Keelan Davis and Oscar Ruiz, Sophomore Carlo Echave, and Freshman Seaghan Wong for earning chairs in the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-Region Jazz Band. 
     
    The students traveled to Texas High School Tuesday, October 17 to audition, which included playing several cuts of music as well as jazz improvisation.   
     
    The All-Region Jazz Band will perform a concert on Saturday, December 14 at Paris High School.
  • Angelina Bynum, Pine Tree High School junior, won the gold medal at the Texas PTA Reflections Art Contest. Winners were recognized at the University of North Texas on August 3rd.  Angelina entered a photograph in the high school division and wrote an essay about how it relates to the theme of "Heroes Among Us." Angelina chose to honor her grandfather, a WWII veteran. Congratulations Angelina! We are so proud of you. 

    Her essay is below. 

    Heroes Among Us by Angelina Bynum

    The reason I took a photo of the soldier is because they gave their lives for us in WWII. My grandfather, Eldridge Bynum, fought in WWII and was stationed in the Philippines until his daughter, Carolyn Bynum, was 2. They also fought so that we may keep our freedom, this man served and is a symbol that these men care  about us. A hero is not someone that fights all the time, a hero is a person that is nice to somebody and helps them. If someone is having a bad day, they can be a hero by trying to cheer them up or standing up for them.   
    Texas PTA Reflections Art Contest
  • Texas Bank and Trust is pleased to announce the selection of seven seniors from Pine Tree High School to serve on its 2019-2020 Student Board of Directors.

          The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community.

           Seniors Ainsley Daugbjerg, Ashly James, Mary Mitchell, Isabella Nix, Grace Roberts, Sophia Szczepanek, and Taylor Toliver will join with 60 other seniors from Christian Heritage Classical, Trinity School of Texas, Longview, Spring Hill, and St. Mary’s High Schools to make up the 42nd senior class to participate in the TB&T program in Longview.

           The 2019-2020 Student Board members will be introduced to the TB&T bank staff in an Orientation Reception, to be held at 7 pm, Monday, August 19, in the Main Bank lobby in downtown Longview. Parents and school administrators are invited to attend.

           The Student Board program will be designed to introduce students to banking and money management at a critical point in their lives, and provide them with the essential economic building blocks to earning, spending, saving, and investing money. The students will be challenged this year in an Olympic-inspired competition, entitled THE 411 FINANCIAL CHALLENGE.  This innovative TBT program will take the students through a series of head-to-head, high-spirited games to test their knowledge of budgeting, savings, investing, and professional development. Students will also serve as advisors to the bank on youth financial literacy programming throughout the year.

         Established in 1978, Student Board remains the bank’s first and most enduring financial literacy program. 

         Students were selected based on their grade point average, extra-curricular activities, and afterschool work activities. Students must submit an essay with their application as well as two letters of recommendation from either a faculty member or administrator to be considered for the program. Students accepted into the 2019 Student Board program were notified in late May. 

           Since its inception, the Student Board has introduced more than 2,400 high school seniors to banking and money management.

           For information on how to participate in the 2020-2021 Student Board program, students in their junior year of high school may contact Tammy Gage, Texas Bank and Trust Community Relations Officer, at (903) 237-1827.
  • DECA Takes 1st Place

     

    The team of Pine Tree DECA students, Juanita Guzman, Lupita Guzman and Al'Karaegon Pollard won first place at the Six Flags Print Ad Contest on May 22nd.  Teams from all over the state were invited to submit a creative ad prior to DECA Day at Six Flags.  

     

    Over 30 entries were judged by Six Flags marketing managers.  Entries were judged on reaching the target market and creativity.  Winners received a Six Flags admission ticket, a refillable drink bottle and a souvenir of their choice.  Congratulations, PT Pirates!  #pirateproud 

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