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Father Cavanaugh Faculty Farewell

Father Cavanaugh Faculty Farewell

Jeremy Young, Senior Editor June 10, 2024

Father Cavanaugh has been an integral part of the SSSAS community since 2004 when he came to the school to serve as chaplain. Prior to becoming the chaplain for the school, Father Cavanaugh had served...

Slang at SSSAS

Denver Wright and Tayliah Figaro May 14, 2024

Throughout time, language has been a vital element for communication. Although it has changed, no matter where you visit, every society and culture has a language. In today's day and age language has evolved...

Clocking In: SSSAS Student’s After-School Jobs

Ania Soto, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

If you have an after-school job, you are among the many teenagers in the US who are part of the workforce. The current teenage part-time employment rate has reached a 14-year high, which means that the...

Graduation Goals: This Year’s Senior Projects

Charlotte Secrist, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

A picture book featuring Aggie, the school’s lovable Saint Bernard. An AI model made from scratch. This year's graduating class is getting ready for their last assignment at SSSAS. In the last two...

Sustainable Success at SSSAS?

Sustainable Success at SSSAS?

Jordin Anteneh and Tatum Spencer May 14, 2024

Brick by brick, the new addition to the campus is quickly being constructed, and students are starting to get excited. Our school has even started tours for students of the almost finished building. With...

To Attend or Not to Attend: SSSAS Student Absence in a Post-Covid World

Grace Hendy, Junior Editor May 14, 2024

We’ve all missed school at some point or another. Maybe it was because you were out sick with the flu, maybe you had a dentist appointment, or maybe you slept in that morning. Whatever the case, each...

St. Pauls School in Haiti: an Important Partnership at a Critical Point

St. Paul’s School in Haiti: an Important Partnership at a Critical Point

Jeremy Young, Blaise Lamson May 14, 2024

Did you know that SSSAS has a sister school? Up until Saints Mission Day in early March, many students at SSSAS may have been unaware that we share a partnership with St. Paul’s School, an Episcopalian...

Are Students Really Putting the Learning in Service Learning?

Are Students Really Putting the Learning in Service Learning?

Tatum Spencer and Charlotte McNamara April 28, 2024

St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School faculty and staff have made an effort to put service at the forefront of their community by finding new service learning opportunities for students to engage in a...

Unveiling the Impact: Fentanyls Effects on Our Community and the Urgent Need for Education

Unveiling the Impact: Fentanyl’s Effects on Our Community and the Urgent Need for Education

“Fentanyl has killed more Americans than the wars in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan combined,” reported The New York Times in an October 2023 article.  According to the same Times article, “Some...

Alcohol: Teens Perspective On Why They Drink

Alcohol: Teens Perspective On Why They Drink

Luke Rapallo, Sasha Braun, and Angus Argetsinger April 28, 2024

Despite what the law may say, teenagers do in fact consume alcohol. It would be very difficult to find any high school community in the United States where 0% of the student body consumes alcohol. That...

All Quiet on the Political Front; Politics at SSSAS

All Quiet on the Political Front; Politics at SSSAS

Jeremy Young, Blaise Lamson, and Charlotte Secrist April 18, 2024

When thinking about the need for political discussion in the classroom, students are concerned about whether opinion will be valued and be listened to. Teachers consider the best way to make sure there...

Convocation Op-Ed: Do the Cons Outweigh the Pros?

Grace Hendy, Junior Editor January 24, 2024

At the end of every semester, we all gather together in the CPAC to see dozens of names projected on the screen and read aloud. The names are grouped by honor roll which is based on students' grades. The...

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