How we deal with tragedy

How we deal with tragedy defines us as a person. No matter how small the problem, our reaction will constantly serve as a reminder of who we truly are. It’s a disappointing thought, of course; we all want to be our best selves, our happiest selves. We might look back on how we acted in certain situations, think about how […]

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Teacher Spotlight: David Frick

Skyline is a wonderful school that provides the opportunity to meet a variety of different and interesting people. We never expect one of those interesting, cool, fun people to be a teacher. David Frick is one of these teachers. Mr. Frick is an English teacher, and what he has to say to his students is beyond important. Frick says, “Success […]

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VPA’s Winter Gala spreads holiday cheer

On Thursday, December 10th, Skyline’s entire music program came together to put on a  wonderful Winter Gala for the community. The show included band, choir, orchestra, and multiple small ensemble groups that wowed us with their holiday spirit. The idea for this marvelous show came from Skyline’s VPA coordinator and band director, Stephanie Texera, a hard-working and dedicated teacher who […]

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The Lion King musical review

From November 4th to November 29th, the Buell Theater in Denver hosted The Lion King the musical. The Lion King is a musical based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice along with the musical score created by Hans Zimmer with choral arrangements by Lebo M. While […]

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Overcoming stress during finals week

Finals are right on the corner! It’s time to reapply all you’ve learned throughout the course of the semester. Finals week can bring lots of stress and tension; however, students should try to control it. The phrase “Final Exams” is very heavyweighted, which means that some students can really get overwhelmed with all the pressure this may bring. This can […]

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