Although the position of student director for an East production is usually given to a senior, this year juniors Becca Zeiger and Katie Sgroi stepped up to assume roles as directors in the winter musical, Shrek, and spring play, Eurydice.
Fresh off its success at Battle of the Bands last Sunday, Feb. 16, East-born band, A Gecko Named Terrance, is pumped for the finals taking place in late May. But that’s not the only exciting project coming up for the band.
Junior David Ronning has been a musician for both of his life, but drumming has always been his passion.
Last week was show week for the school musical, Shrek. Read six interviews with the leads of the musical here.
After two weeks of rehearsal, junior Alex Lang will be playing part of the role of the dragon in Shrek by manipulating the six foot tall puppet for several scenes in the show.
Senior Joe Frazell has been drawing his whole life and enjoys giving his pictures to friends.
International Club students give presentations and discuss their experiences of cultures in different countries.
This year ceramic lovers have made an official club, the Ceramics Club. Seniors Christian Hammond and Anna Karnowski found a sponsor and set a time for their biweekly meetings.
Senior Rowan Turner has been creating artwork all through high school and her life. She is currently in an International Baccalaureate art class. Check out some of the art she has created.
Sophomore Juliana Gogol has been designing her own clothes since her mom first taught her how to sew.
Doctor Who Club meets every Thursday after school in room 306 to discuss the game and act out different parts of the show.
Junior Akshay Dinakar was invited to participate in a masterclass with Kansas City Symphony Concertmaster and violinist Noah Geller on Sat., Jan. 11.