• A Day in History

    A Day in History

    ClaireOwen, Lit Mag Editor in Chief

    January 31, 2017

    On Saturday January 21st, the day after Donald Trump officially became the 45th President of the United States, millions of women, men, and children around the world marched in protest. Many people think that the protest was only for women’s rights and equality, but it was much more than that. It ...

  • The Colin Kaepernick Effect

    The Colin Kaepernick Effect

    JamesBarnett, Staff Writer

    November 29, 2016

    The controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49er’s quarterback, and his decision to kneel during the national anthem to protest inequality of African Americans has fans outcrying and the NFL wondering how to address this issue. As more NFL players decide to kneel to support Kaep...

    The JV and freshman football teams watch the varsity game behind the players. The boys watched from the sideline during the game against the Eudora Cardinals (Photo by P. Swanda).

  • What Olympic Sport is Best for You?

    What Olympic Sport is Best for You?

    September 29, 2016

    Follow the flow chart to find out what Olympic event you should compete in. (Graphic by Addi Weakley)

Student Life

News Brief: 3/24 – 3/30

RyleeWilliams, News Magazine Assistant Editor

This past week at SHHS was very lively as well as exciting. It was packed full of exciting events for the students at the high school. Many sports events were rescheduled due to inclement weather. On Friday, March 24, SHHS held a mock ACT. A...

April 3, 2017No Comments

News Brief: 2/20 – 2/24

AshlynMcIntosh, Staff Writer

To some this was a rough, long week, but to others this was a short, eventful week. Kicking off on Monday, we had an extra day off to celebrate President’s Day- a nice day to catch up on all episodes of your favorite N...

February 28, 2017No Comments

News Brief: 2/3-2/9

BriannaGulley, Staff Writer

With the end of 3rd quarter quickly approaching, all the Broncos have a plethora of activities and work to do. With homecoming and parent teacher conferences coming up, there’s always a lot going on. On Friday, Feb. 3...

February 10, 2017No Comments

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Academics

LeaderTRIP

KelseyKroutch, Online Newspaper Editor in Chief

On Sept. 30, the leadership class took their skills to the Spring Hill Escape Room. “Basically we convinced [Stephanie Higgs, leadership teacher,] to let us go as a team building exercise,” Alli...

November 29, 2016No Comments

Whisking up Sociology

October 3, 2016

New Madrigals

September 29, 2016

Nursing, Here We Come

March 2, 2016

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Gallery

  • What If: Online Yearbooks

    Since the beginning of time, yearbooks have been changing and developing with the flow of our updated technology. Yearbook designs went from being mad...

  • What If: Yearbook Costs Were Included in Enrollment

    At the end of the year, students look forward to the yearbook to reflect on the year and to look at the pictures placed throughout. It’s also a book...

  • What If: Spring Hill had Two High Schools

    The town of Spring Hill is growing rapidly and the halls of SHHS are overflowing with students. Although in a couple of years, there will be an expans...

  • 100 Word Rant: Too Much to Do

    Mary Foley, 11 Staying on top of school work is tough. Each class in itself looks completely manageable, and teachers are justified in assigning ho...

  • What If: Student Athletes Were Randomly Drug Tested

    Being a student athlete is a privilege. Students must have good standing grades, a good work ethic and stay for practices after school five days a wee...

  • 100 Word Rant: Traveling During Spring Break

    Giselle McDonald, science teacher: Spring Break is a great opportunity to get away from the routine of life!  My Christmas gift was a trip to Cali...

  • What If: Seniors Purchasing MacBooks

    Ever since the Macbooks were introduced to the Spring Hill School District three years ago, classrooms have been far more productive, and students hav...

  • 100 Word Rant: Crowded Hallways

    Lauren Brinkman: Sometimes I find it hard to get through the halls without feeling it’s ridiculously crowded . The hallways are not like this all...

  • What If: Bronco Time Field Trip Extension

    Every school year, grade levels compete to win the Bronco Pride competition- earning themselves a field trip to Worlds of Fun. While students almost a...

  • What If: Blocked Schedule

    I would definitely be in favor of SHHS having blocked scheduling for many reasons. When we come into school, we know exactly what to expect. We have t...

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