December 17, 2016

“Short and easy one act plays directed by the students,” senior director Chloe McPhillips said when describing what SOAPS were. Even though they are small productions, they have become a strong tradition in the theater department.

Performed since 2009, student one-act p...

December 16, 2016

“The big announcement of our invitation came in August on the last day of band camp. Since then, it took 18 months and countless hours to prepare for the trip,” band trip coordinator and school secretary

Heather Lantz said.

The trip in question was the five-day voyage d...

November 18, 2016

You feel the warmth of the spotlight on your face as you feel the audience’s eyes fall on you. Your voice lls every corner of the dark room that you see before you. Then you suddenly realize that there are no lights shining, no stage to stand on and no auditorium fille...


For the first time in history, the girls volleyball team beat Olentangy and Liberty high school. These wins were not only huge for the volleyball program, but also for the school.

The team beat Olentangy on Sept. 15, winning 3-1. The team later went on to beat...

“Is it a boy or a girl?” This question tends to be the first thought that comes to mind for new and elated parents. In recent years, “gender” reveal parties have become increasingly popular as couples record and post their big moment across every source of social media...

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