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  • Thanksgiving holiday. No school Nov. 22-24.

  • Winter sports team photos will be taken Nov. 17 at 3:45 p.m. in the gym.

  • Middle-school play scheduled for Nov. 18 in the school auditorium.

Thespians embrace community theater

November 2, 2017

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  West Shore students and thespians are becoming more involved in theater as a part of the Brevard community. Students who attend West Shore or currently play a part as a West Shore thespian have recently been performing a...

Seventh-grader takes spotlight in ‘Oliver!’

October 26, 2017

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Seventh-grader, Grant N., is gearing up to play the lead role in the fall musical, "Oliver!" which opens Friday night in the school auditorium. "It's very stressful," he said. "Because I haven't been on the stage before, I...

Theater kids prepare for tech week

October 20, 2017

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The fall musical premieres Friday, so that means Monday begins an intense week of preparation. "Tech week is where we run through the whole play so we can fix any mistakes, make sure the movement on the stage is good and make...

Students return to damaged homes after Irma

Valery Linkenhoker, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

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Homes being flooded and trees falling into yards were only a few of the issues that students faced when returning home after Hurricane Irma.  Junior Samantha Intille took advantage of hurricane Irma to take a road trip to Virgin...

West Shore wins on the PSAT

Justin Ho, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

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On Sept. 13, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced its semifinalist for the 2018 year. West Shore had 7 students that qualified for the award. Seniors Muhummad Abdulla, Ami Asar, Rys Sheker, Adam Blackwell, Clark...

Humans of West Shore: Joanae Lawrence

Humans of West Shore: Joanae Lawrence

Fallon Klenotich, Featured Writer

October 4, 2017

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Principal Interest

Jessica Travis, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

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Rick Fleming was flattered when he won the 2017 Principal of the Year award, but instead of priding himself in the award, he attributes his success to the students at the school. Fleming has been in the school system sinc...

Webb’s World

Ahjaney Friar, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

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Q: What made you decide to join the Wildcat Nation? A: It was the right job to leave Eau Gallie, at the right time for the right person, so my step towards and through administration. In order to move into a curri...

Theater troupe qualifies for states

March 17, 2017

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Awarded Superiors for their ratings at districts, the theater troupe has been qualified for states this week in Tampa because of their achievements at district level. The competition is statewide and has over 8000 students competing...

Orchestras earn superiors

March 17, 2017

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The school’s various orchestras earned high scores at the annual Music Performance Assessment at Satellite High School on March 3. Chamber Orchestra received superiors, the highest possible score, for its concert and...

Orchestra faces transportation woes

February 27, 2017

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The school’s top two orchestras — chamber and symphonic — will be participating in the annual Music Performance Assessment on Friday at Satellite High school. The assessment will consist of two parts.  First, they...

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