Saxon Scribe

  • Class of 2018 Senior Map

    Class of 2018 Senior Map

    Meghan Kier, Co-Editor and chief

    1.) University of Alabama: Natalie Mack, Lisa Bonatz, Madeleine Schultz (743 miles) 2.) Arizona State: Breanna Bjornberg (1423 miles) 3.) Pima Community College: Brooke Ross (1424 Miles) 4.) Loyola Marymount University: Erykah Walton (1729 miles) 5.) San Diego Miramar College: Estelle V...

    Saxon senior disperse for college.

  • Art and music

    Art and music

    At Schaumburg High School, there is a whole floor dedicated to English and social studies, one hallway for math and one for science, and athletics make up much of the ground floor. Art and music classes are relegated to obscure hallways and not many are aware of their existences. No, art and music c...

  • The Walking Dead, Season 8B: Surprisingly Subtle?

    The Walking Dead, Season 8B: Surprisingly Subtle?

    The second half of The Walking Dead season 8 has radically divided fans; some, still reeling from the [SPOILER ALERT] unexpected death of Carl Grimes, saw the half-season as a cheap gimmick trying to emotionally manipulate the audience into believing the previous half season's violence was something...

  • Voicing our votes

    Voicing our votes

    Oskar Malkiewicz, Scribe Reporter

    As talk of the recent 2018 Illinois primary elections dies down with the conclusion of this year's recent primary elections, many students at Schaumburg High School took a retrospective look at these elections, hoping that they can understand what the future might look like for the school and beyond....

  • Fortnite Fanaticism

    Fortnite Fanaticism

    Luke Locascio, Scribe Writer

    Fortnite, has gained worldwide fame and fandom, while simultaneously instilling hate in others. It quickly drew a massive online following that even hooked several celebrities as hardcore fans.  The game, however, inspires widely varying responses.  Some dismiss Fortnite as a rip-off posing as a fresh...

  • SHS Slam Poets storm the stage

    SHS Slam Poets storm the stage

    Kenneth Beymer, Scribe Editor

    Of poetry, Robin Williams as John Keating once said, “medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.” Indeed, the sublime and the arts hold a special place in the hearts of many. To...

  • Arming teachers is not the answer

    Arming teachers is not the answer

    Olivia Zimmerman, Scribe Writer

    Despite the recent attention and focus, schools shootings are not a new phenomenon. The first recorded school shooting took place on July 26, 1764. Since then, hundreds of students and staff have been murdered in acts of violence. No, school shootings aren't new, but it feels that way, however.  Something...

    A memorial for the Majory Stoneman Douglas shooting

Class of 2018 Senior Map
Voicing our votes
SHS Slam Poets storm the stage
Operation Snowball 2018 empowers students
District 211 Career Expo offers students professional opportunities
Matthew Williams Honored for Community Service
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Art and music
Voicing our votes

Voicing our votes

April 19, 2018

Arming teachers is not the answer

Arming teachers is not the answer

April 18, 2018

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Class of 2018 Senior Map
Support culture…attend Diversity Fair!
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

Poetry Club Fundraiser

Poetry Club Fundraiser

January 17, 2017

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