SHS Reacts to the Super Bowl

Nathan Moore, Staff Writer

Last night’s Super Bowl game was a nail biter that shattered records while sealing Tom Brady’s legacy. The game set numerous records, among the most notable: Largest defic...  Read More »

Feb 6

A New Meaning to “Turning In” an Assignment

January 31, 2017

At the start of the new school year, one thing was very apparent: the number of students using online classrooms at Scituate High School this year has largely increased compared to last year. While th...  Read More »

Scituation Election Update

Scituation Election Update

December 13, 2016

Just a few days ago, Donald Trump caught himself in a sticky situation. An audio clip was released, exposing profanities spoken by Trump, where he made degrading remarks about women. Donald Trump has b...  Read More »

The Show Must Go On…

December 7, 2016

Starting last January, the new auditorium construction has been a pinnacle of conversations among students, staff, and community members. Information is buzzing around SHS as students have watched the au...  Read More »

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The Show Must Go On…

Caroline Quinn and Emily Blanchard

Starting last January, the new auditorium construction has been a pinnacle of conversations among students, staff, and community members. Information is buzzing around SHS as studen...  Read More »

Dec 7

Artist of the Month: Emma Dwyer

Artist of the Month: Emma Dwyer

December 7, 2016

Nestled between the English hallways is Scituate High School’s musical sanctuary, the band room. Here ...  Read More »

Choirs Collide

Choirs Collide

November 17, 2016

Scheduling conflicts are old news for students of SHS, but rarely are two classes scheduled simultane...  Read More »

Person of Interest: Michael Specter

Person of Interest: Michael Specter

November 17, 2016

For a world increasingly dominated by behind-the-scenes scientific alterations, and people in white lab coats, ...  Read More »

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Election Reflection

Cecily Fasanella, Managing Editor

For many Scituate residents, 2017 marks a town-wide move-in day: librarians, book-lovers, and students can’t wait for their newly renovated space. Scituate’s Class of 20...  Read More »

Jan 31

Board of Selectivity?

January 31, 2017

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

Where’s the Nature in the Junior English Transcendentalist Unit?

January 22, 2017

Today we live in a time when a unit on transcendentalism is powered by technology. We read passages ab...  Read More »

Why Aren’t We Doing More To Help Refugees?

January 21, 2017

The War on Terror has shaken our world to its core. It all started on September eleventh in 2001. Pre...  Read More »

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