Surviving Quarantine Boredom The Ultimate List of Escaping Coronavirus Quarantine Boredom

Ryan Henry

March 23, 2020

These are confusing times, scary for some, horribly boring for others. No matter who you are, the Covid-19 Virus is probably affecting your life in some capacity. Despite the fact that it may be boring, remaining socially distant...

Sitting Down With A Criminal And An Irishman

Ryan Henry

June 26, 2019

    (Patrick’s book: A Criminal and An Irishman) Patrick Joseph Nee Patrick Joseph Nee was an Irish-American mobster, Vietnam Veteran, IRA sympathizer, arms smuggler, author, and business partner of the inf...

For the Love of Music, and Dimitri

Isaac Green

February 1, 2019

In the year 2017, a birth of something new, and wonderful was brought into existence. What was it? The band “Dimitri”. This band was started by current Swampscott High School Seniors, Marley Shmidt, and Isaac Dreeben. They...

How the lack of diversity in the Suburbs, affect the lives of Minority Students

Myriam Tshowa

January 7, 2019

SWAMPSCOTT- It’s no surprise that as adolescents we face issues with identity. With our hormones raging and society pressuring these images and expectations of who we should and shouldn’t be, it gets hard and confusing as a...

Who really runs the school?

Sydney Clark

January 7, 2019

Many things must go  on within the walls of Swampscott High to keep it running. So who really should get credit for keeping this highschool on its feet? The answer to that question is simple. Two women named Mrs. Collins and Mr...

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 ...

From Frye to Fishies

Olivia Reiser

November 9, 2018

Ms.Camire reimagines science in the classroom with her fish tank initiative. With her new Aquaculture tank set up, students are seeing their science in action, rather than simply being told to believe. At the beginning of this year, Ms.Camire got...

Senior scoop

Olivia Reiser

October 9, 2018

Senior Class President Ben Turner opened up about lots of important senior scoop, including what we have to look forward to, what our financial situation is like, as well as what we can do to improve it. Some of the biggest, sc...

Meet one of the new art teachers

Zack Richards, Student Editor

February 7, 2018

In 2017, Swampscott High School saw a huge overhaul to the art department, and perhaps one of the brightest focal points comes from one of the new faces of SHS—Ms. Byrne. Before arriving in Swampscott, Ms. Byrne earned her Bachelor’s...

After high school, the college process

Chris Moleti

November 21, 2016

Seniors at Swampscott High School are currently at one of the most stressful points of their lives so far: making their decision for post high school. While most students are thinking of what college to go to, other students are go...

Swampscott High School’s annual “Stretch Award” canned food drive

Megan Mentuck

November 18, 2016

At Swampscott High School, the annual “Stretch Award” Canned Food Drive offers students a great opportunity to give back to their community. The Canned Food Drive is run by Ms. Balliro, an art teacher at Swampscott High Scho...

Bottle flipping, the best thing to take over Swampscott High School

Damon Christie

November 18, 2016

On May 24th, 2016 a video called Senior Talent Show Water Bottle AK 2016 premiered on the air of Youtube.  The 31 second video shows an unnamed high school student flipping a water bottle on a stage.  The video currently has 6,669,483 view...

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