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  • That Small Town Feeling

    That Small Town Feeling

    Lily Kuhn, Journalism Student

    October 11, 2017

    Across the U.S., there are 15 million students attending 26,407 public high schools. These high schools vary to an astonishing degree, and student population can range from a couple dozen to over 13,000. The high school a student attends will have a large influence on their life, and when high schoo...

  • A Grand Opening

    A Grand Opening

    Brianna Gulley

    September 12, 2017

    In the past couple of years, the district has grown a lot. The number of students is increasing which means it was time for a remodel. In addition to the new elements being built onto the school for the 2018-2019 school year, our district built a brand new football and soccer complex. This gives the ...

  • “Swift” Swift, Another Song in the Top Charts

    “Swift” Swift, Another Song in the Top Charts

    Brianna Gulley

    September 5, 2017

    Have you noticed the lack of breakup songs on the radio? Well that might be due to the absence of Taylor Swift.  With her last album, 1989, released in 2014, it was pretty clear she would need to put out new music sooner or later. Last Friday, Aug. 25th, Taylor dropped her new song titled “Look Wha...

  • Kicking It Off Right

    Kicking It Off Right

    Brianna Gulley

    August 29, 2017

    New year, new stadium, same great game. That's right, the Broncos just had their first match of the new soccer season against the Piper Pirates Friday, Aug 25. And to top it all off, it was being played in the school's new soccer/football stadium that was built this summer. At 4:30 the clock started to ti...

  • Summer Ends And The Rain Begins

    Summer Ends And The Rain Begins

    Mary Foley

    August 28, 2017

    Although August is typically the time when severe weather and thunderstorms come to a standstill, last week certainly proved otherwise. Heavy rains produced catastrophic flooding, turning streets into rivers and basements into small ponds of mold and mildew.  A recorded nearly 10 inches of rain was re...

The SHHS Theater presents the cast of UrineTown!

Natalie Joeckel- Stage Manager

Joel Oberkrom- Officer Lockstock

Lucy Kuhn- Little Sally

Michael Scheerer – Bobby Strong

KayLee Mitchell- Hope Cladwell

Nick Barnett Caldwell C. Cladwell

Kassie McCoy- Penelope Pennywise

Trent Kawas- Officer Barrel

Logan Trask- Mr. McQueen

Ethan Kosberg- Senator Fipp

Brayden Barnes- Joseph “Old Man” Strong

Taylor Thomas-  Josephine “Old Woman” Strong

Alex Crawford- Hot Blades Harry

Kennedy Woolsey- Little Becky Two-Shoes

Priya Biswas- Soupy Sue

Matthew Naylor- Tiny Tom

Josh Oursler- Robby the Stockfish

Xavier Yost- Billy Boy Bill

Malorie Kuker- Cladwell’s Secretary

Lilly Kuhn- Mrs. Millennium

Isaiah Adkins- Dr. Billeaux

Poor Street Ensemble: Abby Starkey, Jaden Gallagher, Hannah Moore, Jourdyn Nickel, Maya Sosa, Bre Bigger, Ashlyn Manderfeld

Police Ensemble: Matthew Dobson, Adam King, Meg Putnam, Elizabeth Kaechele, Hailey Kanakares, Cadence Wooge

UGC Executive Ensemble: Connor Salge, Kaden Carbajo, Alyssa Sherron, Gabbi Harrington, Jade Wilson, Taylor Dent

Student Life

Picture Day Opinions

Shaelee Philgreen

When picture day comes around everybody at least decides to brush their hair that morning. We smile, laugh, and light up the fires in our eyes as we try to get the best representation in our photos. We think we did great, ...

September 12, 2017No Comments

A New Way To Audition

Crystal Herman

It is officially musical season and everyone is excited! Bunches of people gathered at the announcement eagerly waiting for the name of the show. This years show will be UrineTown, an “irreverently humorous satire that is said to...

September 5, 2017No Comments

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

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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

  • One Way To Break The Ice (Pop)

    It all happens to us our Freshmen year, not Links Day, but the mixer in Bronco Time. Every year classes from all grades usually gather in the gym to h...

  • 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...

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