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CORDS AND COWLS: Seniors can purchase an honors cord or cowl in the main office for graduation beginning May 3. “It’s nice to honor [seniors] with something special that shows that they’ve committed to their schoolwork and that they’re earned it,” Assistant Principal Mike Roberson said.

Honor cords and cowls soon to be available in main office

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor April 23, 2021

Seniors will have the opportunity to pick up an honor cord or cowl in the main office for graduation beginning May 3. Cords can be purchased for $10 and cowls for $15. Seniors with a 3.0 or higher GPA...

Sibling duo Jennifer and James Harding receive their diplomas together. Jen worked to graduate a year early to walk with her brother.

420 seniors graduate in 2016 commencement ceremony

Alexis VanSingel, News Editor May 27, 2016

What Happened? Last night, family and friends came out to the 140th graduation ceremony for the class of 2016. 420 seniors walked across the stage to receive diplomas commencing their high school career. The...

New graduation gowns to solidify one team mentality

Alexis VanSingel , News Editor November 23, 2015

As the graduating class of 2016 walks across the stage to accept their diplomas and close a chapter in their life, they will be sporting newly designed graduation gowns. Previously, there were gold gowns...

I'm not ready

I’m not ready

Vlasia Niotis, Web Editor September 8, 2015

I’ve had senioritis since seventh grade. But it wasn’t until senior year that I realized I’m not ready to graduate at all. By now, I’m expected to know what I want to do with my life, where...

Graduation 2014

Graduation 2014

Congratulations to the 436 seniors who graduated on May 22
James Harding and Maisy Hoffman May 23, 2014

From upper left to lower right, seniors: Kaia Hayes, Lexi Carter, Mike Michalski, Olivia Seaver,Katie Harding, Maggie LaLonde.

Senior staff columns

Senior Edition Staff May 20, 2014

With the Class of 2014 graduating, some of the senior staff members on The Bucs' Blade decided they wanted to share their final thoughts on life as high school students. Click on any of names below to...

Senior Column: Kaia Hayes

Senior Column: Kaia Hayes

No rest for the wicked
Kaia Hayes, Editor-in-Chief May 20, 2014

The night of my last cross country banquet, I looked down at the small framed photo given to me as a parting senior gift. Like most running action shots, it really served to capture my natural beauty....

Senior Column: Lexi Carter

Senior Column: Lexi Carter

Lexi Carter, Managing Editor May 20, 2014

When I first started high school I had one thing in mind, I was going to be number one in my class and go to Yale--end of story. I was going to get all A’s. I was going to participate in every single...

Senior Column: Olivia Seaver

Senior Column: Olivia Seaver

Olivia Seaver, Feature Editor May 20, 2014

How many in your party? Take row six. Row six? The top row, two steps up? Why not the front row with the handicap rails? I pinched my face at the Walt Disney World employee. For the first time...

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