Senior Class Plays

By: Quinn F. The annual Senior Class Plays are approaching and its got the seniors fully intrigued. This year, the plays will be held on November 17th and 18th at 7:30pm in the Performing Arts Center. To know what the audience should expect, I’ve asked cast members to […]

From Jokes to Mass Genocide

Steven Mott, a speaker, visited Duxbury High School during past two weeks to give a lecture on discrimination, the bystander effect, and much more tying into the recent Swastika situations in the Duxbury High School. Mott, from Lowell Massachusetts, held multiple assembles for 9th and 10th grade DHS […]

Uncommon Grounds

Uncommon Grounds is a Coffee shop that also sells baked goods on St. George Street, located behind Farfars. Mark Currier has been the owner of the shop since 1995, and since then has enjoyed getting to know Duxbury. The story behind this place all started when Mark was […]

Fall Sports Roundup 11/13/17

Cheerleading The cheerleading team has been making history this fall season. After receiving their highest score of 91.3 last week, they also won their first South Sectional Championship on Sunday, November 12th. They will be traveling to Worcester State University this Sunday for MSAA State Finals! https://twitter.com/DuxAthletics/status/929788790612381696 Cross […]

Fall Sports Roundup 11/6/17

Cheerleading Duxbury took home second place at the Patriot League Fall Championship yesterday, scoring 91.3! This is their highest score of the season, and their highest score ever received in Duxbury history. They will move on to the South Sectionals next Sunday at Franklin High School.   Cross […]

Best Buddies: A Safe Place For All

One month ago over 100 students gathered together in school after hours to show their support for the school club best buddies. “ It’s amazing how these kids flourish today because of programs like this and because of the inclusion in school.” Said Susan Sullivan, advisor of the […]