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College visits for students

College visits for students

Tanajah Rieara, Staff writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Student Life, Uncategorized

College visits are a big part of your high school career. Although everyone starts at different times it’s good to try and start as early as the summer before junior year. “It’s never too late,” our principal Jeffrey Sodl says. Mr. Sodl recommends that you start early with the college search...

Fortnite

Fortnite

Kristen Dougher

April 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Showcase, Student Life

Is your boyfriend not answering his texts, Snapchats, and missed FaceTime calls? Chances are, he's playing Fortnite. What's the big deal about Fortnite? Think Hunger Games but bigger. Fortnite is a big online fight. You start in the bus lobby where servers are being filled up to 100 players. Once...

The Musical is back and better than ever!

The Musical is back and better than ever!

Helana Hunter, Staff Photographer

April 12, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Features, News, Photo Galleries, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Stroudsburg High School presents "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". Enjoy the photo previews of the play! Photographers: Kendall White & Helana Hunter  

Student Spotlight on Erin Hunt

Student Spotlight on Erin Hunt

Emily Garbarino, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018


Filed under Student Life, Student Spotlight

What is your biggest motivation? I’m a perfectionist so I always strive to do my best in everything that I do. Most times, that’s enough to motivate me to do my work and to do it well. However, I do have days where that isn’t enough to get me going, so on those days I set a goal for when I ...

The 10th grade class comes to the High school with a bang!

The 10th grade class comes to the High school with a bang!

Tanajah Rieara

April 3, 2018


Filed under Clubs & Activities, News, Student Life

The 10th grade class has been doing a fantastic job at getting students involved with their events while raising money for their class. From selling pop-sockets to the fresh idea of Live Action Clue, our site would like to shed some light on their tremendous work. We talked to Ms. Shari Griswold about how th...

SHS holds incredible what’s your 17? assembly for students

SHS holds incredible what’s your 17? assembly for students

Mark McDonald and Stephen Bauer

March 16, 2018


Filed under News, Photo Galleries, Showcase, Student Life

This past Wednesday, Stroudsburg High School held an incredible event to remember the lives lost in the Parkland shooting. For $5 dollars, students could purchase a #whatsyour17 t-shirt and were able to dress down. The money raised was donated to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which is the h...

SHS student turns art into a business on RedBubble

SHS student turns art into a business on RedBubble

Karissa Belzer, Staff Writer

March 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

My name is Kassidy Treible, I am 18 years old, and am technically a graduate, but decided to come back to go to work. Several months ago, I began an account on RedBubble, which is a site for artists to put their work onto clothing, stationery, home decor, bags, and more. Recently, someone bought a piece...

Kids benefit from growing up in big families

Kids benefit from growing up in big families

Kristen Dougher, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

The tagger is behind the house searching for the rest of your siblings. Three have been tagged and wait at the base. Two others hide in a pine tree in the back, and the other is hiding with you behind the couch on the front porch. By the time this round is over, dinner will be ready. The rule is last...

Seniors struggle to juggle school, work, sports, activities, and more

Seniors struggle to juggle school, work, sports, activities, and more

Emily Garbarino, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Do you ever find yourself stressed beyond belief, not really knowing how to manage your time to get things done better and quicker while juggling a job and school? Many students in Stroudsburg High School feel this way as well. Nearly 80% of high school students work at least a part-time job during...

Students express themselves on Class Quilts

Students express themselves on Class Quilts

Isabella Pretell, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

This year at SHS, each class will be decorating Class Quilts for their respective grade. The idea is to get students from every class more involved with school and to spread school spirit. Senior Carol Melo, Student Government treasurer, came up with this idea over the summer and began talking abou...

Bringing life through ceramics and sculpturing

Bringing life through ceramics and sculpturing

Cory Delossantos, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Don’t forget to bring your unbounded confidence and imagination when coming into Ceramics and Sculpturing class! This is the type class for people that want no restrictions on them telling what is right or wrong. In here, you can shine with everyone with nothing stopping you. The Advisors for Art ar...

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