Class of 2014 Reports College was Worth the Cost

Anna O'Connell and Caroline Quinn

May 31, 2018

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As graduation approaches for both high school and college students, graduating seniors dread the seemingly never-ending questioning they receive from everyone: family, friends, and sometimes even strangers. What are you doing next year? The Scituat...

Ornithology Class Engages Students Beyond the Classroom

Skylar Rojick, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018

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Ornithology is the scientific study of birds, or more commonly known at Scituate High School as “a Maguire class.” Approximately 90 SHS students take this course each spring. Scituate is one of three public high schools in...

SHS Grad Malcolm Trask Fulfills His Dream of Joining the Marines

Christian Eckelhofer, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018

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2014 Scituate High School graduate E. Malcolm Trask is finally fulfilling his goal of joining the United States Marine Corps.  He has been dreaming of this day since he was a young boy watching movies like Saving Private Ryan...

Not Your Mom’s Prom: Junior Prom is an Upscale Occassion

Caroline Quinn, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018

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Hair scrunchies and flannel shirts--signature fashion trends from our parents’ high school years--have made their way back into style. Nevertheless, some current teen fashion choices remain notably different from our parents--spe...

Senior Cafe Upgraded

Christian Eckelhofer, Julia Gates, and Brigid Murray

May 22, 2018

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The “Senior Cafe” was introduced at SHS in the fall of 2017 after the previous teachers’ lounge was re-purposed as a lunchroom for seniors. After April vacation, seniors were astonished to discover new furniture and a ne...

Looking Back on Prom

Colleen Quinn and Kat English

May 22, 2018

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On  Friday, May 18, the SHS junior prom was held at the Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston. The evening began at 5:30 p.m. when students walked through the SHS Arts Plaza with friends, families, and townspeople lining up to ta...

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...

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