Promposals: should we ask for more?

In 2001, a voice crackled over Plano West High School’s loudspeaker, in Dallas, Texas and senior Scott Rogers, asked a girl to prom. Rogers’ action caused a state and nationwide phenomenon, now more formally known as promposals. The act of prom-posing has grown tremendously since 2001, becoming a part of the “prom experience.”

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Writers Seminar

Writing, in a multitude of styles, is one of the focal points of a high school education. Intertwined with practical assignments and summative assessments in classes such as English and social studies, improving one’s writing is essential to maintaining desired levels of results in courses.

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Waverley Place entrance to be remodeled at the end of this school year

Major construction to the Waverley Place entrance of the school will take place from June 18 until the end of the first semester of the 2018-2019 school year, according to an email sent by Head of School Robin Appleby on April 23.

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5 questions with Student Council President Lily Noel (’19) and Vice-President Caroline Harms (’19)

1. How do you two intend to lead the Council? Will you follow last year’s StuCo President Ayse Yucesan (’18) and Vice President Charlie Victor’s (’18) lead?

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On the outside looking in

Students and faculty discuss the presence of exclusivity within the High School and the ramifications it has on members of the community. Continue reading “On the outside looking in”