The student news site of Stockbridge High School


  • May 25Nine days until school is out on June 3.
  • April 22There will be after school tutoring Friday April 22nd taking place in the library from 2:20 to 3:20
  • April 22The next School Board meeting will be taking place on May 9th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • March 22Spring break begins after school on Friday the 25th!
  • March 22Next year's class registration will be available on PowerSchool from March 21st to March 25th.
The student news site of Stockbridge High School


The student news site of Stockbridge High School



Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities

Wealthy president, unhealthy priorities

Stass Editorial June 22, 2017

Even though our country is past the 100 day mark of time with Donald Trump as president, the future of our country is not clear. Extreme tax cuts for the wealthy, along with a new health care system,...

Currently 57 students are taking an AP class at SHS in the 2016-2017 school year. Grapg made with information from the Annual AP Program Participation report.

Schools should offer more AP courses

Anna Baird, Content Editor May 19, 2017

There is quite a bit of pressure to come across as put-together and well-rounded on college applications. This can be quite difficult to do because of the competition to be accepted. Students spend their...

Heads, shoulders, knees and toes

Heads, shoulders, knees and toes

Shelby Zeigler, Columnist May 18, 2017

The time is here. The time of year for demoralizing and sexualizing women for parts of their body they have every right to expose. Instead of teaching teenage girls to feel ashamed of something as...

The start of a revolution

The start of a revolution

Shelby Zeigler, Columnist May 8, 2017

Women have more than earned the right to do what we want with our minds, bodies and voices. The right to our own bodies is equally as important as the right to speak our minds. And when we are threatened...

Silhouette from Creative Commons, Paint added on Canva by Cheyenne Strong

For the love of humanity

Staff April 12, 2017

As children in elementary school, we would sit on the floor of the music classroom and practice different nursery rhymes on our recorders until we could perform them perfectly for the music teacher. We...

Photo and Illustration Kali Roskowski

Killing the environment, one executive order at a time

Emma Lockhart, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2017

Waters will become overrun with algae and rubbish, the air will constantly smell of smoke and to top it off, our soil will become too acidic to grow crops, leaving humans to survive in unlivable conditions. The...

Everyone should support feminism

Everyone should support feminism

Shelby Zeigler, Columnist March 24, 2017

Recently, there have been many conversations and misunderstanding regarding the Million Women March and what they marched for. While those who marched think of it as the beginning of a major social movement...

What is your favorite part of our day at school? Snack and tourist time is my favorite, because I get juice boxes and the people on the buses bring us candy Mia, a first grader said.  The school that Mia attended was considered a rich school for this area. Here they learn proficient English and also are provided with school supplies, like pencils and new textbooks, unlike basic schooling here. 
Photo Madie Gee-Montgomery

Our nation is privileged: We just tend to forget it

Madie Gee- Montgomery , Staff Reporter March 13, 2017

Many Americans do not have to worry about dropping out of elementary school because they need to work for their family or having to go and buy one banana because they cannot afford a package with...

Millennials born between 1982 and 2000 outnumber baby boomers 83.1 million to 75.4 million.

We have the power

Staff March 7, 2017

America is so harshly divided about everything President Donald Trump does, from the way he communicates with other people to the policies he is implementing. It is easy to become upset and hateful when...

Drowning impacts of alcoholism

Drowning impacts of alcoholism

Hana Allen, Staff Reporter February 14, 2017

It starts off as an experiment, than occasional use for the heck of it. Eventually, the occasional uses become a bad habit. Somewhere along the line, they progress into a problem. They overtake the user,...

The new normal

Staff February 14, 2017

Calling someone “gay” or cursing with friends in public places, like schools, gas stations, restaurants, or even social media has become normalized in today’s society, but there is a time and place...

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