The Great Pumpkin

Claire Markham, Co-Director of Advertising

November 4, 2012

Over the years, Halloween has been a holiday associated with pumpkins, candy and costumes. Charlie Brown’s Halloween special, “It’s the Great Pumpkin” shows pumpkins being used as decoration. Pumpkins have always been...

Scituate Public Schools Welcomes New Superintendent:
Mr. McCarthy

Kim Whitney, Archivist

November 4, 2012

In a dark suit with white combed-over hair, a smiling man enters the classroom, greets the journalism students, and pulls a chair to the center of the room, plopping himself down to speak face to face with over 20 students. For...

Exciting Electives to Hit SHS

Gina Brazao, Multimedia Editor

October 30, 2012

Would you like to know more about circuits? Genocide? How about birds? Well Scituate High Schools new electives can answer all of your questions. The topics surrounding this year’s new elective focus on a variety of interests,...

Personal Credo: Stretching Personal and Societal Boundaries for Thirty Days

Alyssa Pasini, Social Communities Manager

October 30, 2012

It’s 1:51p.m., and instead of lacing up his skates and hitting the rink, Josh Beck picks up a borrowed field hockey stick and prepares to hit the turf. Unlike his love for ice hockey, going to this Varsity Field Hockey practice...

Amnesty International Club

Molly Driscoll, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2012

The Scituate High School history hallway has never been so popular on Tuesday afternoons. The new addition to after school activities, Amnesty International Club, drew in a wide range of students eager to contribute to human rights...

More Political Opportunities at SHS: Youth and Government Club

Theresa Hebert, Managing Editor

September 21, 2012

    When November comes around, most people are focused on Thanksgiving, apple picking, and football. Senior Marie MacCune, however, is focusing on the elections that are taking place. An avid political enthusiast has been...