PTECH’s First Semester Reflection

An innovative program that has allowed students to be in current college enrollment classes, P-TECH opened last year to incoming freshman at Skyline High School. The 9th grade students who were accepted to this new program got the opportunity to start their first year of high school and college simultaneously. Many students excelled this semester while a few didn’t work […]

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Stuvel, A Teacher To Trust

One of our Skyline teachers, Mrs.Stuvel, was nominated teacher of the month. We, at The Sky Line, would like to congratulate her. Stuvel teaches Health, Physical Education, and Athletic training/1st aid CPR. However, she started off by working in the electronics industry. “I believe I have always wanted to be a teacher,” Mrs.Stuvel said. Despite not starting off as a […]

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A New Chapter

The following is a student’s perspective of her first year of high school. She wishes to remain anonymous.    There is always room for a new chapter(s) to open up in a person’s life. A few months ago, a new chapter that opened up for me was Skyline High School. To be quite frank, I wasn’t nervous or worried about […]

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A Day Without Immigrants

As cities around America got ready for A Day Without Immigrants, severals construction companies, restaurants, stores, and many more business closed their doors. While many employees stayed home on February 16th, others ft decided to march. Some businesses were open but selling limited products or offering a smaller menu in order to show their support to all immigrants across the […]

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Effort vs Intelligence

Grades are important. I would never want to make them seem in any way insignificant, but they still don’t directly correlate to a student’s intelligence. A higher grade has more to do with effort than anything else. If you put your all into your work, there’s no reason you wouldn’t get a favorable grade. Some students need to put in […]

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Imagine sitting in the crowd at a skyline basketball game that went into over time twice

Check out the pictures of the boy’s basketball game against Longmont High School. Saturday night, February 18th, the Skyline Boys Varsity team received an unwanted loss against Longmont High School. This game was one of the few that you wouldn’t wanted to miss. The boys went into over time twice. Despite the hard work, the Falcons fell apart in the end, […]

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Student of the Month: Ashly Hanna!

Ashly Hanna, a Senior here at Skyline, was nominated for Student of the Month! Ashly is also a member of our staff here at The Sky Line and we want to give her a big congratulations! Ashly makes a good Student of the Month for many reasons. All of our staff put in a quote about why Ashly makes the […]

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