• Miss Judy Made Fridays Even Sweeter at SHS

    Miss Judy Made Fridays Even Sweeter at SHS

    SHS paraprofessional "Miss Judy" made Fridays even sweeter with her regular "Munchkin Fridays" treats for staff and students alike.  On Wednesday, June 21st, SHS science teacher Charlotte O'Driscoll returned the favor by surprising Miss Judy with a "Munchkin Bouquet." Miss Judy is known for her thoughtful...

    During the 2016-17 school year, Miss Judy made Friday mornings even sweeter with her "Munchkin Friday" treats. Science teacher Ms. O'Driscoll returned the favor with a "Munchkin Bouquet" made especially for Ms. Judy.

  • The Power of People

    The Power of People

    Hannah Sullivan, Contributing Writer

    Three months and six days ago today, on the night of Wednesday, March 1st, my younger brother Parker was diagnosed with cancer. In the time since then, my family and I have learned how to deal with the ups and downs of our new reality, of a life split between our house and Boston Children’s Hospita...

  • One School, One Gown

    One School, One Gown

    Kristen MacDermott and Emily Grant

    This year, Scituate High School has decided to take progressive action to ensure that every student feels accepted as they receive their diploma. While SHS has previously gone the traditional route by having boys wear royal blue graduation gowns and girls wear white, this year’s graduating class ha...

    Seniors Will Granatino and Allison Irish model this year's graduation gown.

  • Teachers Who Started With Us: In Our Hearts 4ever

    Teachers Who Started With Us: In Our Hearts 4ever

    Christina Pelletier, Features Editor

    Vice-Principal Brian Duffey Didn’t Know School Could Be So Good Brian Duffey has been a familiar face for everyone since his first day at SHS four years ago. Growing up in Lowell and working at an urban high school before coming to Scituate, Duffey was used to the challenges that come with working in a...

    From Left to right: Casey Kimball, Brian Duffey, Michael Matisoff, and Kelsey Olander in front of SHS. Photo courtesy of Christina Pelletier.

  • Lesniak and Matisoff Bid Farewell to Senior Class

    Lesniak and Matisoff Bid Farewell to Senior Class

    Samantha Lesniak and Michael Matisoff, SHS Faculty Contributors

    Hello Class of 2017! Can you believe this day is already here?  It’s hard to believe those itty bitty freshmen that we met four years ago would stand before us now ready to enter the world as adults.   We’ve had a lot of great memories over the years.  Do you remember the freshman semi? ...

Scituate’s Acquisition of a New Concert Piano

Cameron Blanks and Christina Pelletier

There are moments in time when all the stars align: the timing is right, the motives are clear, and the benefits are overwhelming for an important decision. Although the right...

July 14, 2017

Superintendent Search Completed: A Follow-Up With Education Leaders

Superintendent Search Completed: A Follow-Up With Education Leaders

May 31, 2017

At last, the search for the next superintendent of Scituate Public Schools has concluded. During their meeting on Monday, April 24th, the Scituate School Committee announced Superintendent John McCarthy’s...

GSA Strives to Help Create a Safe and Welcoming Environment

May 16, 2017

Eleven years ago, the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) started at Scituate High School when a student spoke to health teacher Amy Heffernan about the idea of starting the club. The primary purpose of the club...

Gay-Straight Alliance Sponsors SHS Showcase

Gay-Straight Alliance Sponsors SHS Showcase

May 16, 2017

On Monday, May 15th, the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) sponsored a full day of informative presentations at the high school library to spark awareness of the LBGTQ+ community. Junior Anna Svensen, who helped...

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Scituate’s Acquisition of a New Concert Piano

Cameron Blanks and Christina Pelletier

There are moments in time when all the stars align: the timing is right, the motives are clear, and the benefits are overwhelming for an important decision. Although the right...

July 14, 2017

(Annie)body want to go see “Annie”?

May 16, 2017

What a show! Annie, the hit Broadway musical and classic 1982 movie, was brought to life in Boston’s Wang...

Ron Griffin selected as the “fit” for Scituate Public Schools

Ron Griffin selected as the “fit” for Scituate Public Schools

May 9, 2017

On April 24th, the Scituate School Committee announced Ron Griffin, the current Deputy Director of Foxborough...

Daniel McDonough is Hitting all the Right Notes

May 8, 2017

SHS freshman Daniel McDonough has only played the piano for three years, yet he has already started to l...

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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, 2017

New Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Sparks Mixed Opinions

March 23, 2017

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

Election Reflection

January 31, 2017

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

Board of Selectivity?

January 31, 2017

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

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