The Environmental Education (often shortened to Environmental Ed) room is located on the third floor, and is lined with animals of all types.
Like clockwork every third week, room 507 is filled with the essence of a far away european country that celebrates eating baguettes and apple tarts.
What makes Mr. Laird strive to be a good teacher? Staffer Ellis Nepstad found out.
East teacher Jodie Schnakenberg and several students explain the joys and difficulties of learning to paint.
The Little Theatre is a space for students to practice their acting and hang out in between shows.
Throughout the school, students can be seen carrying oddly-shaped and unexpected hall passes.
During passing period, students pile into the girls’ and boys’ bathrooms for La Toilette and Club Bano for five minutes of pumping up for football and basketball games.
Staffer Lauren Cole sat down with Teacher Adam Finkelston to share in his love for art.
Ever wonder whats going on when students film the Video Announcements? Staffer Mac Newman takes a look inside their process.
The Catwalks are a series of passages that maneuver throughout a large open room above the auditorium.
Each year, five students compete on the Categories team, which mimics an academic trivia game.
What is it like working in the Woodshop Room? Staffer Matthew Bruyere takes a look at the sights and sounds of the class.