Many students pride themselves in being talented musicians or athletes. It is difficult to excel in both of those areas, but one student does not let that stop him. Continue reading Senior Eric Quam showcases wide variety of talents as drummer, hockey player
Riker has run cross country and track for all four years in high school. He first ran in seventh grade while conditioning for basketball, but has fallen in love with the sport ever since. “Choosing between cross-country and track is like choosing my favorite sibling,” Riker said. Continue reading Senior John Riker stands out in roles as writer, runner, brother
Every senior who applies to college needs to have their transcripts sent. If this isn’t done, they can’t be admitted to a school. One woman makes sure every single transcript is sent on time, while handling an abundance of other tasks. She is the school’s registrar, Antoinette Yanis. Continue reading Antoinette Yanis takes pride in her role helping students
The new Sailing Club is dedicated to learning the history of the sport of sailing, teaching students the basics and safety of sailing and ultimately practicing the sport on the water. Continue reading Sailing Club dedicated to teaching members all aspects of sailing; looking to expand membership
“I think going to the festival was inspiring and reestablished my passion for writing.” Continue reading Kristina Tsakos talks about experience as Fitzgerald Scholar
For the first time, Frost has an official Model United Nations Club. It is sponsored by this school’s own successful Model United Nations Club.
“Either college or career wise, my job is to help them go to the next step in their lives,” Kathleen Carr said. Continue reading New college career counselor excited to make impact on students’ futures