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: 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: Carlin H. This year at DHS, the co-curricular fee policy will be more strictly enforced. The policy isn’t different from last year except for three changes. According to Mr. Scozzaro, “there are no exemptions, everybody pays, and online is the way to pay.” There were some […]
By Hailey B. ***SATIRE*** Duxbury Public Schools is home to one of the strongest music programs in the state. However, it also holds a long-standing rivalry between Band and Orchestra Students. As DHS students return from the Disney trip, tensions are running high. The names of these brave […]
By Hailey B. The Humanitarian Project of DHS recently finished their Tom- the- Turkey fundraiser for local food pantries. Members of the club sold raffle tickets outside of Foodies and on their own time. People had the opportunity to win one of two $50 Bongi’s gift cards. Sam […]
By: Brooke S. DHS has welcomed a few new clubs to the school- two of which are the Entrepreneur and the Investment Club. Sophia D, a junior who started the entrepreneur club said, “It’s a club me and Tyler R started with our advisors being Mr. Craft, Mr. […]
By: Lizzy Creamer On Friday, November 18th Duxbury High School will be hosting eleven Duxbury senior citizens in what is being called “Senior Back to School Day.” Student Council President and coordinator of this event Emily M. explained, “Initially my purpose for launching the activity was to allow […]
By Lizzy Creamer Duxbury Drama’s Fall Festival of Plays took its audience by storm with its heartwarming, comical, and tragic skits. Aside from a few technical hiccups, the plays were well executed and taught important moral lessons. The Junior Class play, “The Dancers” directed by senior Jenna S. […]
by Daniel F. The Robotics Club at Duxbury High School specializes in making robots. Every January, the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition sends out a challenge to Robotics Clubs around the country. As Robotics advisor Mr. Files said, “ We have ten […]
Ink Blot is one of the many clubs available at Duxbury High School. It is a student literary magazine specializing in poetry and short fiction. Mr. Brown is the club’s advisor. Ink Blot meets every Tuesday from 3:00 to 3:30 in room A307. The join code for the […]
DHS Senior Grace G. is looking forward to directing the freshman in the annual Fall Festival of Plays. As a Senior Thespian, Grace has the opportunity to direct all the plays that the Drama Troupe produce this year. Fall Fest is running in the Black Box Theater September 27th-29th. […]
By: Ben B. Spring is here, and Thespian Troupe 355 is up to something. Each year, the drama department hosts the festival of plays, which is called Spring Fest. This year’s Spring Fest takes place later this month. Spring Fest is not a standard play competition. This year […]
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 Jillian H. Last week, the DHS Garden Club imitated a piece of art using flowers. The Duxbury Art Association paired with the Community Garden Club of Duxbury and hosted “Blooms at the Complex” this weekend. Participants were asked to choose an artwork and create a flower arrangement […]
By: Will Dalrymple Flannel Friday is a day where students and teachers get to dress up in their favorite flannel shirt, a soft woven fabric button down, often with plaid patterns on it.
By: Alex K. Photo Courtesy of Karen Wong Photography October 22nd to the 24th, the 2015-2016 drama troupe will host the annual Fall Festival of plays. “The freshmen, sophomores, and juniors compete against each other with senior directors and our advisors… We’re competing against the freshmen and sophomores, […]