• SHS Model UN Heads West

    SHS Model UN Heads West

    Nathan Moore, Website Manager

    From March 1st to 6th, the Scituate High School Model United Nations club traveled to San Francisco to attend a conference. The host of the conference was University of California Berkeley, and the conference is the oldest Model United Nations (MUN) conference in the world. For its 65th session, nearly...

    SHS Model UN poses for a group photo at the end of their conference at UC Berkeley. Photo courtesy of Michael Matisoff.

  • The Road to the Garden Continues: Boys Hockey Update

    The Road to the Garden Continues: Boys Hockey Update

    Charlie McDonald, Emily Blanchard, and Katie Heneghan

    The Scituate High School Varsity Boys hockey team continued their impressive run in the Division II South sectional tournament with a 5-1 win over Westwood. On Wednesday night, at Bourne’s John Gallo Arena, SHS was propelled to victory as a result of three goals by junior David Murray, one goal by...

    The SHS Boys hockey team lines up for the playing of the National Anthem before one of their Division II South sectional tournament games. Photo courtesy of Mike McMath.

  • For the Love of the Game: Boys Basketball Update

    For the Love of the Game: Boys Basketball Update

    Skylar Rojik, Ally Irish, and Molly Bonner

    This past Saturday, March 4th, the Scituate High School Boys Varsity basketball team ended their season with a heartbreaking loss. Their opponent was the number one ranked team in the South Division 2 bracket: Falmouth (16-2). Falmouth triumphed with a score of 74-45.  Dedicated fans took the hour drive...

    Senior Joe Mauceri is met by Coach Poirier and his teammates as he heads to the bench. Photo courtesy of William Gantt.

  • SHS DECA Keeps on Winning

    SHS DECA Keeps on Winning

    Ben Smith, Writer and Television Personality

    The hallowed history of Scituate DECA goes back decades -- the program has seen countless students receive awards at the district competition and dozens of students have been sent to the state competition. This year is different: Scituate boasts 19 members headed to the state competition, which will b...

    SHS students pose for a group photo, some students with their awards, at the conclusion of the DECA conference. Photo courtesy of Ben Smith

  • Raising the Stakes for 21st Century Texts

    Raising the Stakes for 21st Century Texts

    Molly Bonner, Website Manager

    Mrs. Naylor’s final project for her senior selective, 21st Century Texts, was to create a project that would answer the question, “What is the role of media and technology in how we make meaning?” Students were instructed to select a medium to help answer the course’s essential question. They explor...

    Mrs. Naylor's 21 Century Texts Final Project.

The Superintendent Search is Launched

Matt DiPesa, Kristen MacDermott, and Allison Irish

With the impending departure of current superintendent John McCarthy, all leaders involved with Scituate education have opinions on what the next superintendent should prioritize...

March 28

A New Opportunity to Bolster an Old Value

March 28

Scituate High School’s continued commitment to community service is reflected in the fifty hours of volunteer work required for graduation. For some, this requirement can seem like a daunting task; for...

New Clubs at SHS

March 28

Students at Scituate High School are making their marks and starting up new clubs of all different genres. From a new co-ed sports club being started in the spring to young politicians making their mark,...

RealCon: Building Empathy and Understanding, One Conversation at a Time

March 28

Recent events in the school regarding cultural tension have prompted students and staff to start a new club dedicated to creating conversations about race with 10th grade students. RealCon is a peer facilitated...

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Behind the Scenes of the Ben and Andy Show

Khadijah White, Sports Editor

We have Batman and Robin, Michael and Dwight, and even Tom and Donna, dynamic duos that will be known forever in American pop culture. Scituate has its very own dynamic duo:...

March 28

Logging off Facebook

March 28

For many SHS students, Instagram is the first place to go when sharing photos of their latest outings...

“Purple Haze” Combines Entertainment and Valuable Message

March 12

Every student at SHS should see “Purple Haze.” The Drama Club's latest production combines entertainme...

Purple Haze Advances to METG Semi-Finals

March 8

For the 40-member cast and crew of “Purple Haze,” Saturday, March 4th, started at 6:00 a.m. with ...

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Scituate Students Enjoy an Abundance of Opportunities

Kara Murray, Contributing Writer

When we, as Scituate High School students, think of education, we think of long, exhausting days and nights slaving away over hours of homework.  When we, as residents of...

March 23

New Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Sparks Mixed Opinions

March 23

After the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as the 11th Secretary of Education, there has certainly been an upr...

Election Reflection

January 31

For many Scituate residents, 2017 marks a town-wide move-in day: librarians, book-lovers, and students can...

Board of Selectivity?

January 31

In this day and age, the idea of feminism and gender-neutrality are volatile topics, often generalized...

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