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  • Semester exams will be given Dec. 18-21.

  • Seniors must turn in their community service hours before Winter Break in order to fulfill the Bright Futures scholarship requirement.

  • Band, chorus and orchestra group photos will be taken Jan. 9 throughout the school day.

Seventh-grader steals drama tech spotlight

December 18, 2017

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Seventh-grader Haley A. not only was awarded a Best of Show for her costume design but she garnered a Critics’ Choice award for the entire tech category Saturday at the middle-school thespian district competition. “I ...

For junior, art is an independent process

December 16, 2017

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In order for Junior Emily Ortiz to be in an art class this year she was placed in Matt Henderson’s seventh-period 3D studio art class while she is taking 2D studio art during that time. “Basically I’m just practicing...

High-school play auditions postponed

December 14, 2017

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Auditions for the high-school play "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940," which were previously scheduled for Thursday, were canceled after Director Maureen Fallon fell ill. "I just hope Ms. Fallon is OK," sophomore Alexis Vander...

Thespians excel at competition

December 7, 2017

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Members of West Shore’s Theater Troupe 6034 brought home several awards from the annual thespian festival from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. The thespian event includes various competitions including small group musical, solo musical and...

Campus show to spotlight digital art

December 6, 2017

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The National Art Honor Society will play host to the 12th annual digital art show. All high schools in Brevard County are invited to participate in the contest. Students turn their digital  artwork into graphic design teacher Jim...

Band’s winter concert warms the holidays

December 6, 2017

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Beginning band through jazz band performed at the annual winter concert on Friday, each with different pieces of music including classical and festive pieces.  “I believe that all the bands did better than I honestly...

Jazz band to play at assisted living facility

December 6, 2017

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The school’s jazz band will play its annual holiday concert at Victoria Landing, a Melbourne assisted-living facility, Sunday. “[Playing there] is welcoming,” junior Evan Courtney said. “The old people really seem to enjoy it....

Middle-schoolers tune up for theater districts

December 5, 2017

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With Middle School Thespian districts coming up Saturday, seventh- and eighth-graders have been practicing almost every day after school. Seventh-grader Deklyn G. will perform alongside his best friend and classmate Grant N. “I've...

End of net neutrality alarms gamers

November 29, 2017

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According to industry observers, in a few week the Federal Communications Commission will vote to eliminate net neutrality.  When that happens, the big difference will be that Internet service providers will begin charging...

Harry Potter Club cancels movie outing

November 29, 2017

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Due to many members of Harry Potter Club having commitments during Thanksgiving break, club officers decided to cancel the plan to attend a showing of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone” at the Oaks Premiere Theatre on...

Middle-schoolers wrap Potter parody

November 27, 2017

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Middle-school theater students recently performed a parody version of Harry Potter called “Sally Carter and the Censored Stone.” This play was the first one  of a the trilogy, and is mainly focused on the first two books....

Sophomore drifts from traditional Thanksgiving

November 20, 2017

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Sophomore Bella Stazzone hopes to finalize her vacation plans as Thanksgiving break approaches. The Stazzones are considering going to the Bahamas on a Disney Dream Cruise with relatives from her dad's side of the family. "We...

Thespians transition to competition mode

November 7, 2017

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Now that the theater department has wrapped up with its latest play “Oliver!,” its members are in jumping into their next project as they begin preparing for their Thespian competition. “Thespian is where the troupe performs ...

Eau Gallie Arts fest invites high-school participants

November 3, 2017

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All area high-school students have the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Artworks Eau Gallie festival where participants are encouraged to actively do their art work on site or set up completed pieces for display. All...

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