The study of literary arts at Pembroke Hill School is supported by four student-produced publications: Collage, The Garret, The Pinnacle and The Voice.
Participating with these publications allow students to experience the
struggles and triumphs of publishing text and artwork. An application
and interview process selects editors with former editors, a faculty
adviser and the director of student activities. Staff positions are
open to most students who apply.
The Garret in the upper school and Collage
in middle school are the creative arts magazines. These annual
publications are designed to promote students' imaginative writing,
artwork and photography. The Pinnacle is the annual record of
the school year. The yearbook's large staff works throughout the year to
record major activities and events. The Voice, the student newspaper, primarily addresses upper school activities and helps to promote student achievement.