Peer Pressure: A common issue faced by teens

Today many of our youths are being confronted with many issues that are not only affecting them, but also those around them. Everyone has problems, but really, the most impacted ones are teens. The teenage years are a period of life when many new changes start to develop. There’s truly a variety of issues happening; however, one of the most […]

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Graduation: An Immense Accomplishment

Time’s here. The time we’ve been waiting for for so long: graduation. After approximately fourteen years in school, now we are ready to graduate from high school! It’s incredible just to think that in a few weeks, we will be the graduated Class of 2016. This day is absolutely a time when all the work we’ve done is recognized and […]

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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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Hamlet: William Shakespeare’s most famous play

Hamlet, arguably William Shakespeare’s most famous play, was written between 1599 and 1601. This play is an exquisite work that sets up some astonishing themes such as themes betrayal, love, and revenge. The play is basically centered around King Hamlet’s death, or best said, murder. Everything starts after King Hamlet of Denmark is assassinated by his brother, Claudius, who poisons […]

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Let’s stop bullying!

  Every day, large numbers of teens are experiencing bullying. Bullying is a problem that affects many people. Not only may it impact the victim and the bully, but also everyone surrounding them. What exactly is bullying? Basically, bullying is when someone constantly and intentionally uses their power to intimidate, harass, hurt, or oppress someone else. It is unfortunate how […]

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Valentine’s Day is upon us

Here it is once again: the time when love’s more evident than ever. February is commonly consider the month of love mainly due to its fourteenth day, St. Valentine’s, a day lots of people wait for anxiously! During this acclaimed day, people tend to exchange cards, flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, and other gifts. These are basically ways people show love […]

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Welcome to Skyline, Class of 2020!

Registration Night When: Thursday February 11th Where: Skyline High School; Vance Brand Auditorium Time: 6:00 pm Information on registering for 2016-2017 academic classes. Mandatory for all incoming freshman.  It is time, Class of 2020! Skyline High School is ready to welcome you with a qualified staff to guide, advise, lead, and encourage each of you to make the best of high […]

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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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Teacher Spotlight: Marta Loachamin

Marta Loachamin, a teacher who has just started teaching at Skyline High School this year, is a woman who has never let obstacles interrupt her from achieving goals completely and has found ways to overcome those that try and stop her. Mrs. Loachamin started her masters in 2003, but because her kids were too young, she had to stop studying. […]

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