Credit Overload

Shannon Brawley

October 13, 2015

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Over the last two of years the amount of credits required to graduate has increased by 20 percent, From 100-120 credits, this change was made in efforts to make Swampscott High School a more competitive and ambitious looking school,... Read more »

What Swims in Swampscott waters?

Andrew Richardson, Journalist

October 13, 2015

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Swampscott - A small seaside town located on the northshore of Massachusetts; known for it’s  bountifully rich coastal waters, is called home for thousands of different marine species varying on the time year.   ... Read more »

How Much is too Much?

Jake Roberts, Jester

October 8, 2015

Filed under Features, News

  Swampscott Public Schools user fees too expensive or good price? Swampscott user fees are expensive and can be unreasonably priced for families with more than one child. But is this price considered expensive everywhere y... Read more »

Is senior summer homework becoming a burden?

Alayna O'Keefe

October 8, 2015

Filed under Features, News

Senior year at Swampscott High School: both an exciting and stressful part of a prospective college student’s life. The summer before school starts calls for extensive preparation  for the year ahead. Some seniors have ar... Read more »

Is National Honor Society Selection Fair?

Shama Varghese, Journalist

April 27, 2015

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On Wednesday, March eleventh, parents of 29 students watched with pride as their children received recognition for their accomplishments. The National Honors Society recognizes the best and brightest pupils for their “leadership,... Read more »

Rise and Shine: Does School Start Too Early?

Kaitlin Snyderman, Reporter

April 10, 2015

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By Kaitlin Snyderman In August of 2014, The American Academy of Pediatrics released a study that recommends that schools start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. Despite the science behind the recommended change, many American high... Read more »

The Return of Substitutes

January 5, 2014

Filed under News, Opinions

Everyone has had that iconic substitute. The one that does not enforce the classroom rules and basically lets the class run wild. There is an understanding that with a substitute no work gets done. Two years ago; however, Swampscott... Read more »

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