Key Club elections began February 13th where the candidates announced their campaigns. Currently, nearly all positions –Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, Web Master, and Class Directors– are running unopposed. The race for President, however, is heating up. The election between incumbent Amber Nadeau, and opposition Cole Lallanilla, is the race of the presidency. On February... Continue Reading →
Matthew Martin is a part of the club Dead Poets Society, whose prompt was a follows. This is his response. To learn more, see Mrs. Oakley in Upper Division.
25 feet in the air, now 30, don't look down! The trees sway in the breeze as you put one foot in front of the other, trying your best to balance on the tightrope. Now jump! Female empowerment and bonding is quite an important part of not only the Girl Code club but also... Continue Reading →
Have you ever felt stressed out about something - maybe a test or grade? Yes? Well, there is a practice, which has been around since 1500 BCE, that has been proven to reduce stress. It has also been proved that this practice can improve things like memory and concentration (Crane, HuffPost). This practice is known... Continue Reading →
"What is this Dead Poets Society you speak of? Is it a club for dead poets? Is it a secret society where students meet by a creek at midnight to discuss poetry and literature? Or, possibly, is it a creative writing club where students create poetry, plays, short stories, art, and other creative works?" I... Continue Reading →
Dead Poets Society Dead Poets Society is one of our newest clubs in the Upper Division. It is designed for creative writers in our high school. They have collaborated with the Graphic Arts & Design class and have created their very own literary magazine. This new club offers freedom to express creativity not only in... Continue Reading →