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Head of school to receive national award

LEAN IN Head of School Rachel Simpson converses with seniors Laura Mogannam, Kate Etter and Day El-Watter outside her office in The Gallery after school. Simpson is being recognized nationally for encouraging students to express themselves across all academic areas including written word, student government, art shows and student-initiated events.

Gabriella Vulakh, Web Editor

November 1, 2018

Head of School Rachel Simpson will accept the Journalism Education Association Administrator of the Year Award on Saturday at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Chicago in recognition of her support of journalism education and student press freedom. The award annually commends an a...

Sophomore Class learns QiGong

Theology teacher Katherine McMichael leads her sophomores through a QiGong movement. The practice focused on taking energy from the five elements on Earth, and is said to allow energy to flow through the body.

Caroline Thompson, Reporter

December 6, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE Sophomores spent their World Religions class practicing QiGong, an Eastern self-healing practice, to wrap up their unit on Taoism.  “This practice helped me understand the unit because it let me experience a part of Taoism,” sophomore Annabelle Applegarth said. “It was helpf...

News publications will share leadership and space

News publications will share leadership and space

Darrean Loy, Reporter

April 7, 2016

Two separate, 12-page, student-led news publications will be turning a page next year and joining forces, sharing a workspace and an adviser. Tracy Sena, Scholastic Journalism and Media Director, announced during G Period that she will be adding another Schools of the Sacred Heart publication to ...

Bingeing can lead to unhealthy lifestyle

Liana Lum/The Broadview

April 30, 2015

Whether it be Youtube or Netflix marathons lasting from dusk to dawn, mass-consuming plates of food, or buying consumer products in bulk, the act of bingeing, excessively indulging in an activity, has become a daily facet in the lives of many teens. While there is nothing wrong with reveling in a g...

Youths need to find a voice a voice in politics

September 28, 2012

In  39 days young people will play a pivotal role in deciding who is elected president of The United States. There are already 46 million youth voters, aged 18-29, registered to help decide who will lead the country through the next four years, according to The Center for Information and Research on...

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