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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VPA Movie Night

On April 13th, VPA council and student council are hosting a movie night to promote the VPA program. The movie night is open to all students, but all VPA students are highly encouraged to attend. Sara Dunn, creator of the project and VPA council member says, “STUCO is helping us advertise and host the event in general, but we want […]

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Skyline’s club mixer

Being in a club is very important aspect of being in high school. They can help us find our identities and interests. They help us find friends who are interested in the same things we are. On Thursday, January 14th, Skyline’s non-academic clubs came together to share with others what they love. The mixer was planned by Skyline’s Gender and […]

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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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