Saxon Scribe

  • A Fizzler performance to remember

    A Fizzler performance to remember

    Andrew Amouzou, Scribe Contributor

    The SHS Fizzlers, an all-male dance troupe, put on an electric performance during the much-anticipated spirit rally and during Powderpuff game as part of Schaumburg's Homecoming festivities. Fizzlers is a tradition that has been part of the Schaumburg High School Homecoming festivities for many years...

    Members of the Fizzlers dance team perform at the Homecoming Powderpuff Game.

    Magda Organek

  • How to win freshman year (and beyond)

    How to win freshman year (and beyond)

    Kate Mckinley and Stephanie An and Stephanie An

    Each and every year, a new freshman class enters Schaumburg High School, excited and anxious about what lies ahead. We have been at this school for nearly two months, and we have been exposed to many things—new people, new classes, new sports and clubs, and new opportunities. Moreover, as the year...

    Arianna Olivares, Lea Steen, and Nina Mollin work together in Siegie's corner.

    Stephanie An

  • The conversation is more important than the controversy

    The conversation is more important than the controversy

    Nike recently unveiled Colin Kaepernick, the former San Fransisco 49ers quarterback, as the new face of their brand with their "Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything" campaign slogan.  The announcement sparked a wave of outrage, prompting many to cut the Nike logos off ...

    Nike reports a 31% sales increase despite backlash over their decision to use Colin Kaepernick as the face of their new ad campaign.

    courtesy of CBSnews

  • World language students travel around the world

    World language students travel around the world

    Mark Gorospe, Scribe Contributor

    During the summer of 2018, adventurous world language students explored new life styles during trips to foreign countries for the District 211 exchange program. Students traveled to France, Spain, and China. Students from other countries come to Illinois and experience life in Schaumburg and Chicago,...

    Students pose for a photo at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France as apart of the foreign exchange program. The foreign exchange program allows students to travel to a country of the language they learned throughout the years.

  • It’s time to change the rules of the game

    It’s time to change the rules of the game

    Megan Sass, Scribe Editor

    We live in a time where women everywhere across the world are defying the traditional stereotypes as well as typical prejudiced (and often times misogynistic) gender roles. So, why do women’s sports continue to implement rules that imply that they are weaker than men? Take lacrosse, for the example....

    Savannah Williams and Diana Bobadilla fight for the ball in a lacrosse game versus Fremd.

A Fizzler performance to remember
World language students travel around the world
Making reading fun again
SHS celebrates its mosaic of music
Bringing high mileage autos to SHS
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How to win freshman year (and beyond)
The conversation is more important than the controversy

The conversation is more important than the controversy

October 2, 2018

It’s time to change the rules of the game

It’s time to change the rules of the game

September 20, 2018

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Fall Play auditions
SHS Theatre presents “Scared Scriptless”
Support culture…attend Diversity Fair!

Support culture…attend Diversity Fair!

February 22, 2018

SHS presents “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet”

SHS presents “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet”

February 6, 2018

The SHS Theatre department presents “The Complete History of America.”

The SHS Theatre department presents “The Complete History of America.”

November 16, 2017

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