Prom pep rally

In many schools a pep rally is a way to hype up the students for an upcoming event or to make a big announcement, and they often have students participating in small events for prizes. On April 25th, Skyline had their first pep rally of the year, and the focus was prom and spirit week which was held all week. […]

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Lessons on golf and life

Here at Skyline we have a great golf team that I have been lucky to be a part of for four years. Four high schools comprise this great team: Skyline, Mead, Longmont, and Longmont Christian. There are a total of fourteen girls on the team and all of them make the team as great as it is. The gold team […]

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Swift as Desire review

In her passionate novel Swift as Desire, Laura Esquivel presents us with a loving, though challenging, story that establishes a variety of astonishing themes. Everything begins with the main character Jubilo’s passion for communication. Jubilo has a gift for hearing what was in people’s hearts. He loved being able to interpret what others weren’t able to say. As a young […]

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The Bean Trees review

Barbara Kingsolver is a very interesting author who has written six books, the first of which is the novel The Bean Trees. I recently had the opportunity to read this novel. The Bean Trees was written in the 1980s and takes place in rural Kentucky. Within this novel, Barbara Kingsolver presents many interesting topics that immediately caught my attention including […]

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Senior STEM Expo

Seniors in the STEM program, which I am a part of, were assigned the task of creating a device that solves a problem. We have been working on this project for this entire school year. After a semester of research and a semester of building, we created many of different projects that are interesting to various groups.   On Saturday, […]

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Senior Directed One Acts 2016

We’re all familiar with the typical high school stereotypes: the jock, the bookworm, the band or choir kid, the most popular girl in school. We’ve all pondered and labeled many a time. We all know who we are, and we all know who everyone else is. But haven’t you ever wanted to try something different? Stray away from the regular […]

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Day of Silence 2016

Walking into school in the morning is always a big event. As you step through the doors you’re instantly submerged in a sea of noises. As the day progresses the roar of students gets louder and louder and louder until finally the day is over and a sigh of relief washes over the whole school. These rowdy vibes are evident […]

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