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The student news site of Stockbridge High School


The student news site of Stockbridge High School



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Horror in the head

The psychology behind why people enjoy horror
Melanie Satowiak, Reporter October 31, 2023

With suspense that can tie your stomach in knots and scenes that make you want to crawl out of your own skin, everything that terrifies people also tends to be what entices them to horror. From slashers...

Change is scary

The history of horror movies
Daniel Loomis, Reporter October 25, 2023

FIRST EVER HORROR MOVIE The House of the Devil,” also known as “Le Manoir du Diable,” was a French short film made in 1896 and is considered the first ever horror film. It's only a short 3 minutes...

At the start of Mrs. Payne’s class she always meets her students with radiant vibes.

New beginnings and soundful endings

Stockbridge welcomes new 9th grade English teacher Cathy Payne to room 204
Taiyler Stanfield October 19, 2023

Room 204 was once known as the calm, relaxing spot where previous teacher Jessica Martell taught English, TED Talks and Creative Writing to her students ranging from grades 9-12. Now that Martell is gone,...

Reviewing the lessons at the start of class, Mr. Rhoades makes sure his students understand the material.

Rhoades takes a new road

First time being classroom teacher
Sami Wilson, Reporter October 17, 2023

The new school year has started and Stockbridge High School has warmly welcomed a plethora of new teachers. One of those new teachers being Nathaniel Rhoades. Mr. Rhoades is the algebra one teacher, teaching...

Standing in front of the class, Ms. Pastorino goes over the lesson of the day.

A new beginning

Pastorino refreshes english
Daniel Loomis, Reporter October 12, 2023

As the new 2023-24 school year starts up, Stockbridge welcomes a new group of teachers. One of those new teachers is Hollie Pastornio, who believes there’s a potential to Stockbridge. Pastorino graduated...

While other students get to work, Mrs. 
Paton makes sure to help struggling 

There’s a first for everything

Secretary turns teacher
Kaitlyn Oversmith, Reporter October 10, 2023

Once upon a time, Jennifer Paton was a dance teacher, running a whole studio by herself. Today, almost six years later, she’s a teacher again. This time, however, she’s teaching seventh grade Social...

The entrance to the 7 Gables trail is plagued with falling leaves, changing colors and a narrow, lonesome pathway.

7 Gables

The trail of nightmares
Evan Sandecki, Reporter October 6, 2023

With very few houses, a long pathway and wind that seems to whisper in your ears as you walk past, Seven Gables has been known to cause quite a fright in anybody within range of its trail. The Seven Gables...

Some students wake up in the middle of the night causing them to sleep during class.

The witching hour

The 3 am dilemma
Cheyenne Calhoun and Taiyler Stanfield October 6, 2023

When junior Taylor Kelsey revealed that she woke up at random times throughout the night, she never knew that this could be a sign of supernatural events known as the witching hour. In fact, Kelsey admitted...

Werewolves, witches and vampires, oh my!

Werewolves, witches and vampires, oh my!

The origins behind well-known Halloween figures
Sami Wilson, Reporter October 5, 2023

Werewolves It is unclear the origin of the legend of werewolves but some scholars believe that the origin came from the “Epic of Gilgamesh” where Gilgamesh abandoned a lover for turning her previous...

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Dark days in Texas

A mass murderer takes over a small town in Texas in the 1970's
Gabrielle Heath, Reporter October 5, 2023

You may have seen the popular horror movie, The Candy Man, based on an urban legend of a nineteenth century murderer. While the story from the movie may be a myth, there really is a dark backstory about...

Teacher Carter Mauter teaches AP World History, Psychology, World History and Mythology.

AP Testing

Strategies to relieve the madness of testing
Samantha Wilson, Reporter September 13, 2023

When taking an AP exam it can feel stressful from the beginning but it doesn’t need to be. “Typically I look over the content that they have given me or the notes I have taken and review them until...

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