The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

The student news of St. Paul Academy and Summit School

The Rubicon

Senior Jake Adams signs his commitment form to play college sports.

Future college athletes celebrated in final senior class meeting

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins, RubicOnline Editor May 15, 2018
Seniors that plan on playing sports in college were recognized during their last senior class meeting.
Sophomore Andy Ellis practices his lead off as the Spartans prepare for their season.

Spartan Baseball embarks on a new journey with a new coach

Bobby Verhey, Staff Writer May 2, 2018
The Spartans started their season at home on Wednesday, Apr. 25 against powerhouse Minnehaha.
Lifers at SPA have spent their K-12 learning experience at the LS, MS, and US. This years senior class has 21 lifers.

Seniors say goodbye as they look ahead

Nitya Thakkar, RubicOnline Editor April 30, 2018
As the Class of 2018 finishes their final week of classes, many seniors reflect on their high school careers, and look ahead to new beginnings.
Senior baseball captain Tom Patterson looks to lead his team to another successful season

Patterson takes on new captainship

Peter Blanchfield, RubicOnline Editor April 9, 2018
Senior Tom Patterson hopes his past experience will lend itself to the new challenge of captaining baseball.
Because of the large amounts of snow, all after school activities are canceled.

Snow cancels all after school activities

Tristan Hitchens-Brookins, Staff Writer April 3, 2018
The head of school sent out an email that canceled all after school affiliated activities on Apr. 3 due to the snow.
Juniors Dylan Rosso and Riley Tietel dress for hunting ducks  bout to cancel their flights Tietel said.

PHOTO GALLERY: Great Outdoors Day brings out hunters, campers, and animals

Peter Blanchfield, RubicOnline Editor October 5, 2017
Great Outdoors day allowed students to dress up based on their definition of what is outdoorsy.
Senior Emerson Egly on the mound is backed up by junior Jesper Salverda on first base.

Spartan Baseball beats New Life Academy

Peter Blanchfield, RubicOnline Editor May 30, 2017
Spartans advance in tournament play with a nail biting win against the Eagles.
Junior Emerson Egly deals a pitch in the first inning of four solid innings of work where the Spartans gave up three runs, all coming in the first inning.

Varsity Baseball Starts Off the New Season With a Win

Michael Forsgren, Staff Writer April 12, 2016
Varsity baseball starts off their season well with a 10-9 win against New Life Academy.
Members of numerous sports teams, including softball, begin preparing for another year of competition.

spring into action'> Captain’s practices spring into action

Iya Abdulkarim, Feature Editor March 12, 2016
Numerous spring sports have begun captain's practices, offering students an opportunity to improve skills and have a good time.
Aggression, physical prowess, and hyper competitiveness all characterize the expectation of masculinity. High school sports promote this idea of competition [...] they validate that masculinity, junior Henry Ziemer said.

Masculinity does not define male high school athletics

Noor Qureishy, InDepth Editor March 1, 2016
Masculinity is associated with high school sports and prove mostly harmful.
Wolfpack kicker Johnny Hartfiel kicks off the football after the fourth Wolfpack TD of the night.

Dominant defense leads to Wolfpack win; brings record to 6-0

Breandan Gibbons, Online Sports Editor September 29, 2015
The Wolfpack beat the Como Park Cougars 44-7 backed by a world beating defense and special teams, and an explosive offensive with dominating offensive line.
Freshmen Anna Commers, Noa Carlson, Lauren Datta, and Eva Garcia do homework during period 3 study hall. “I’m really fine with it. study halls help me to manage my time better and get stuff done,” freshman Jasper Salverda said.

Even as privileges begin, freshmen remain in study hall

Lexi Hilton, Staff Writer May 20, 2015
In the past, students had to be on the Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) to replace study hall periods with free periods near the end of the year.
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