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Senior athletes juggle project requirements and sports

Senior Jonte Claiborne  is busy going from her senior project to softball games and practices.

Catherine Braman, Online Editor-In-Chief

May 15, 2014

While seniors are busy doing their senior projects and completing community service  hours, there are some who choose to add one more activity to their plate: the commitment of competing in a spring sport. The guidelines for the senior project expect students to complete a minimum of 27.5 hours per...

Girls Varsity Tennis prepares for sectionals with high hopes

Senior Aria Bryan and junior Eva Zaydman practice hitting volleys. “I know we have a lot of talent on the team,” Bryan said.

Hannah Johnson, Editor in Chief

October 2, 2013

With the state tournament approaching, the St. Paul Academy and Summit School Girls Varsity Tennis team is taking their game one step at a time. “I hope we stay focused on taking it one point at a time and not getting ahead of ourselves,” senior Aria Bryan said. The state tournament will begin on ...

School embraces new mission

The new mission statement was crafted by a group of teachers, students, parents, and administrators to develop a sense of what the community is and what it aspires to be.  Freshman Noel Parker said the new statement will be “preparing [students] for bigger things.”

Boraan Abdulkarim, Cover Story Editor

September 27, 2013

The gymnasium buzzed with a mix of excitement and disappointment at the start of a new school year on Aug. 27. Slowly, the conversations hushed and the Welcome Assembly began. After the greeting and a presentation by Upper School Principal Chris Hughes, Head of School Bryn Roberts presented a speech...