When we venture out of town, if we go onto college, or move away, we will face the ‘real world.’ Duxbury has been a haven for most of us, so here are some tips for keeping yourself safe out there.
Here are some pictures our staff captured of the recent storm. Share yours to Twitter using the #duxstorm! Stay safe during the upcoming one!
Duxbury High Schools Drama club will be putting on Cinderella the musical this weekend. They have been preparing for the big debut since the end of October.
By: Molly N. October 28th, the Duxbury High School cheerleading team took home third place at the Braintree Invitational. They broke their school record with a score of 90 at the meet.
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 […]
By: Molly N. “I am a school social worker. I was a marketing and advertising manager. I always wanted to be a therapist and social work is a second career for me because I wanted to start to give back. This career shift changed my whole life. I […]
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By: Molly Norton, Brooke Stuhr, and Kacey Decker Being a senior means more to our junior class than just attending our final year of high school. We are obligated to take into account how other senior classes have gone about being the top of the food chain.
By: Molly Norton, Lea Stapinski, Daniel Fordham, and Fletcher Donohoe. Mr. Kennedy has been a teacher for 41 years. Of those 41 years, 31 were spent teaching here at Duxbury High School.
By: Molly Norton and Fletcher Donohoe The mystery of Duxbury High Schools recycling procedures has been unanswered until now.
By: Molly Norton and Alex Knies As editors we don’t get to write as much. We edit. Hence the name: editors. But we decided to start a new type of article on the Dragon Flyer- editorials. These pieces are our opinions and should not be taken as facts. […]
By: Molly N. Wednesday September 21st was the date of The town of Duxbury’s last F.A.C.T.S. meeting.
By: Molly N. According to the National Alliance of Mental Health website, “Approximately 1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental disorder at some point during their life. For children aged 8–15, the estimate is 13%. Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million, […]
By: Molly N. Are you looking for employment this summer?
By: Molly N. Within the hallways of DHS, students are surrounded by each other for three minutes between each class. In these brief few minutes, how do the behaviors of students impact other? Many students and teachers notice a lack of happy faces throughout the hallways. Chemistry […]
By: Molly N. Sarah Gill is running for secretary of M.A.S.C. on March 9th. This is the first time anyone has ever run for a position on the state board before. Another Duxbury High School student, Alexis Dow is attending the national conference for the first time […]
By: Molly N. This spring, the seniors are up to something. At Duxbury High School they are doing projects to benefit the community. The project is run by Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Alange and they sort through them to ensure the project is beneficial to our community.
By: Molly N. A Christmas tree reminding you to do your holiday shopping Girl Code: Your Holiday Gift List The holiday season is creeping up yet again! You may be turning to the variety of gift guides featured on basically every online store, magazine or news source for […]
By Molly N.Is Duxbury High School Green?