High School Experience

This year flew by fast like no other. High school made me realize several things–both good and bad. I’ve come to realize that it really is different from middle school. You lose friends who you thought you wouldn’t lose, but you also gain some whom you thought you wouldn’t ever talk to. High school is filled with experiences and this […]

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Summer Recipes

In summer, people have a lot of freedom to do whatever and make whatever they want. However, with that freedom often times comes boredom and the need for something different. The following videos give some great ideas of what to make for any time of the summer day. I like these in particular because they often offer a healthier version […]

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Never Be Afraid of Change

About a month ago, I did an internship at a dental office, shadowing for my dental class at CDC. As a senior, and because it was my second year in that class, getting an internship at a dental office was a requirement in order to get my certificate. And let me tell you: during the month and a half that […]

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Finals Week!

Semester 2 Finals are approaching! Finals will take place May 22nd – May 24th; Monday, May 22nd: Periods 1, 2, and 3 Tuesday, May 23rd: Periods 5, 6, and 7 Wednesday, May 24th: Periods 4, and 8. Also if students need to, they may take makeup tests from 10:46 to 12:17PM. On the first two days of finals, students will […]

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Summer Activities

Colorado is the Centennial State filled with the Rocky Mountains and bipolar weather conditions. There appears to be several places with excellent summertime activities in this state, and they all hold their pros and cons. As an example, Elitch Gardens is a theme/water park in Denver. It opens in April and closes in October. It’s a very popular place where […]

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Skyline Students Testify For Bill HB17-1184

In the month of February, five students from Skyline High School were asked to testify for bill HB17-1184. The bill asked for a pathway in public education that allows for a larger and more significant computer science curriculum. The students that testified were: Adriana Guzman, Jerry Vazquez, David Vazquez, Logan Stype, and Genesis Vasquez. Along with them were Michelle Tran […]

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Decorating Graduation Caps

Decorating a graduation cap has turned into a tradition for young graduates , or at least it seems like a tradition since so many people decorate their caps.   You might not be super sure of what you want your cap to look like, but I have gathered some fun ideas here that you can use for inspiration. If you […]

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The Top Three Promposals!

Congratulations to Ruby and Jesus the winners of The Sky Line’s first ever promposal contest.   Check out this condensed version of the winning video below (As the original was over ten minutes long! Wow!)      The newspaper staff wants you to know that we viewed every single one of your submitted promposals. We have to say that there […]

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Prom: Behind the Scenes

Prom. It’s the biggest event of the school year, and there is a lot of work put into it behind the scenes. Prom is possible thanks to everybody on Student Council. To put together this year’s prom, it costs over $10,000! It’s difficult to raise that much money within the school year, but they are able to do it by […]

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