Future SHS Sailors Visit Quebec in Large Numbers

Ryan Frankel, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

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Gates students will say “Bonjour” as they cross over into one of the oldest cities in North America. On May 5th, over 70 eighth grade students will embark on a three-day trip to the capital city of one of Canada’s most ...

New Town Administrator Weathers First Winter in Scituate

Julia Gates, Staff Writer

March 24, 2018

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Scituate is a coastal community, and as one of this winter’s first blizzards stormed through town, the new town administrator, James Bourdeau, was experiencing his first few days in office.  Promptly, Boudreau went down to the coast...

Dear Class of 2018…

Molly Bonner and Caroline Quinn

February 27, 2018

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The Scituation sent surveys out to members of Scituate High School’s Class of 2017 after they completed their first semester at college. We asked them a variety of questions, which were provided by the current senior class,...

To Space Camp and Beyond!

Emily Blanchard and Hanna Lydon

January 10, 2018

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While the rest of SHS was adjusting to the new school year, junior Sam Borek was participating in the collaborative and intensive week-long camp - SCIVIS, Space Camp For Interested Visually Impaired Students. At the camp, Sam expe...