Virtual Learning In Unprecedented Times: The Student Experience

Ryan Henry, Editor

June 15, 2020

2020 is truly becoming a year for the history books, and students at Swampscott High School are living through history right now. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, half of quarter three and all of quarter four was moved to what the scho...

Students prepare for upcoming science fair

Mackenzie Kearney and Jessica Bradley

March 11, 2020

SWAMPSCOTT- A group of innovative sophomores are completing their independent research projects for the upcoming science fair this Thursday, March 12th at 5p.m. at Swampscott High School.  This event was created to showcase the hard ...

Progress reports have closed

Livvy Oliveira

March 10, 2020

SWAMPSCOTT- Progress reports for Swampscott High School come out Friday March 13 and will show where the students grades are for the halfway point of quarter 3.  Progress reports are one of the many ways students can see how t...

Class Of 2021 to give away free prom tickets

Sarah Winters

February 7, 2020

SWAMPSCOTT Swampscott High School’s junior class student council is holding a contest for two free prom tickets for whoever has the best Promposal. As junior prom approaches, many are left waiting for that perfect prompos...

Journalism class starts with new semester at Swampscott High School

Ryan Henry

February 4, 2020

SWAMPSCOTT- Students at Swampscott High School begin a semester long course run by Ms. Thomas, for the 2019-2020 school year on journalism in hopes to learn more about journalistic writing as well as its importance and history i...

Sitting Down with Howard Winter

Ryan Henry

March 1, 2019

According to popular belief, Howard Winter was the second boss of the infamous Winter Hill Gang in the Somerville, Massachusetts area, until Whitey Bulger took over in the early seventies. The Winter Hill Gang is often regarded as the most powerful gang in t...

A Blue Ribbon for SHS

Sarah Winters

February 13, 2019

SWAMPSCOTT On Thursday, February 7th, Swampscott High School held its Blue Ribbon ceremony to honor its faculty and students. Thursday afternoon, all students were called down to the auditorium to listen to Massachusetts dignitar...

Swampscott High School will participate in Poetry Out Loud

Hannah Vernava

January 7, 2019

Poetry Out Loud is a poetry recitation contest held by the Huntington Theatre Company every year for students within the grades 9-12. Students are able to choose a poem to memorize, and recite, as they are performed for their...

Looking Back On Organized Crime In Boston

Ryan Henry

December 19, 2018

On a September night in 1981, Gennaro Angiulo sat in Francesco’s, one of his brother’s restaurants in the North End of Boston. In front of him sat a platter of pork chops. As he was dining, the doors of the restaurant burst ...

SHS awarded Blue Ribbon

Hannah Vernava

December 14, 2018

SWAMPSCOTT- During the fall of 2018, Swampscott High School was awarded the Blue Ribbon for great academic success, and achievement, as a notice letter was sent to SHS in December of 2017. The Blue Ribbon Award was created in 198...

Swampscott Interact Club to host annual food drive

Myriam Tshowa

November 9, 2018

SWAMPSCOTT-- The Swampscott High School Interact Club will host a food drive throughout the month of November. The Interact Club is planning to have the collection bags distributed to English teachers by Friday, November 16...

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