The Roar

One reporter shares her experience of the Women’s March

One reporter shares her experience of the Women’s March

Melina Kritikopoulos

January 22, 2018


Filed under Campus, Opinion, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Thousands of posters. Chants and roars of equality. A sea of empowered people. We were equal and a part of the world. It was as if supporting the same thing made our outer appearances melt away. We all saw each other as humans, and with the absence of barriers and differences, we could unite to fi...

OPINION: Chromebooks may be a step backward in SCHS’s education

Ayden Salazar

January 11, 2018


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The twenty-first century is indeed an exciting time to be attending school. With educational innovations such as digital whiteboards, student-use laptops, iPads and other interactive technology, the utopian school system once dreamed of is now taking shape. Self-paced learning is now within reach. P...

OPINION: All classes should offer extra credit

Hannah Shin

December 17, 2017


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As the semester is closing to an end and grades are slowly being cemented, students enter the wintry season with not just requests for holiday gifts and candy canes, but a plea for a second chance and an opportunity for improvement. The classroom equivalent of hope is two-worded: EXTRA CREDIT. ...

OPINION: SCHS lacks a necessary high school component: school spirit

Aryanna Gregoire

December 16, 2017


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School spirit is pretty simple. It can bring a whole school made of four grades with each person unique and exciting together. School spirit gives a sense of identity between all of the different people and it  can make or break a school. When a school lacks spirit, the students lack unity and intercon...

OPINION: Should SCHS continue to reward academically successful students?

December 12, 2017


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PRO: By Eunice Oh   Three tests in one day, five consecutive AP Exams, a 15-minute memorized presentation: these are the tasks high schoolers can face throughout their school career, and periods of self-doubt and poor academic crops can become part of the process. Even worse, millennials...

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