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  • Making Schaumburg my home

    Making Schaumburg my home

    Ifeolorun Adebola, Scribe Contributor

    Six months ago, I moved to Schaumburg from Oyo State, Nigeria. Making the transition to Schaumburg has been hard for me, especially entering as a sophomore. I have so many mixed emotions swirling around my family's move. Before I tell my story, I ask that you all try to pay attention to the new kids...

    Ifeolorun Adeboloa came to SHS for her Sophomore year from her native Nigeria.

  • SHS Continues Tradition of Author Visits

    SHS Continues Tradition of Author Visits

    Hannah Wishnew, Scribe Reporter

    The popular indie author Sandhya Menon visited Schaumburg last week as part of the annual tradition of author visits at SHS and the Schaumburg Public Library. Sandhya Menon has written the popular contemporary novels When Dimple met Rishi, and From Twinkle, with Love. When Dimple met Rishi is a story ...

    Members of the Reading Club pose for a photo with Sandhya Menon during her visit to SHS.

  • SHS Theatre presents “Tartuffe”

    SHS Theatre presents “Tartuffe”

    SHS theatre presents Tartuffe, a satire about the dangers of fanaticism. The play opens Thursday, November 15 and runs through Saturday, November 17. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $5 for students and $7 for adults.

  • Saxons Storm the Stage

    Saxons Storm the Stage

    Anna Scanlan, Scribe Reporter

    Last week on October 19th and 20th, a collection of Schaumburg's most talented students took the stage in the annual Variety Show entitled "Saxons Storm the Stage." The show, directed by Mrs. Micheletto, Mr, Inendino, Mr. Graffeo, and Mr. Palazzolo, consisted of acapella groups, solo singers, duets, ...

    The SHS Jazz Ensemble performs "Body Snatchers," by Radiohead during the annual Variety Show

    Anna Scanlan

  • Students in the workforce

    Students in the workforce

    Karly Balslew, Scribe Reporter

    Being a teenager in 2018 may be stress-free for some, yet for a significant portion of high students, stress comes with the territory. Much of that stress comes from the demands of being a full time student while participating in extracurricular activities. In addition to school-related expectations,...

    Kaylee Kalvig awaits her next customer in the check out line at Jewel.

    Karly Balslew

  • Bowlers look to improve on third place finish

    Bowlers look to improve on third place finish

    Evelina Kozyra, Scribe Contributor

    The SHS 2018 third-place state girls bowling team is back in action this year, hungry for even greater accolades. Last year from, November through February, the Schaumburg High School varsity girls' bowling team consisted of eight players that dominated throughout the season. Not only did they place...

    Schaumburg High School's girls' varsity bowling team poses with the third place state trophy. The Saxons are looking to capture the 2018-2019 state title.

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Making Schaumburg my home
How to win freshman year (and beyond)

How to win freshman year (and beyond)

October 10, 2018

The conversation is more important than the controversy

The conversation is more important than the controversy

October 2, 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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