Humans of DHS: Austin D.

By: Rebecca Jones Name: Austin D.  (Aka “Dixon”) Grade: 12 Occupation: Student Interests: Football, Wrestling, The Military, and Reading Values: God. Country. Family. “I fear failure because you go through your life which could end at any point, but if you fail a lot of stuff, you’re going […]

Seniors Define their Legacy

by Kacey D., Hailey B., and Mike C. As the year comes to a close, seniors are reflecting back on the best moments of their year. Mr. Donovan, the assistant principal for the senior class, loved Senior Night Out and Spirit Week. He admires the sense of serving […]

A Slice of DHS: The Library

By: Jillian H., Rebecca J., and Ben A. In the transition from the old school to new, the library too underwent a great transformation. The library, which serves both middle school and high school students, is an impressive space with many resources and functions the average student may […]

Spring Sports Training at DHS

Spring sports training has begun at DHS and athletes from a range of sports are trying to keep in shape by training. Though the actual season starts March 20th, the training room has already become a populous place. “There’s a line out the door for sports tape after […]

Disney World: A Musical Experience

By: Rebecca Jones On March 24th, Duxbury High School’s music groups departed for Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Nearly five hundred musicians from Band, Orchestra, and Chorus, stayed at the All Star Music Resort for four nights. This quadrennial trip encompassed much excitement, thrilling rides, and musical […]

Duxbury’s Cold Epidemic

By Daniel F. Colds have been popping up around the school recently. Many people have gotten colds and some of contracted bronchitis. Nurse Mrs. Malone said, “It’s common this time of year, especially with change of seasons.” There are a variety of symptoms for the common cold. These […]

Humans of DHS: Scott Stone

By: MEC Club Name: Scott Stone Occupation: Custodian I started working in a small agricultural farm in East Bridgewater. I was supposed to work there one day, but I worked there ten years. I remember one year we had a windstorm, and it had wiped out the entire […]

Mindfulness at DHS

By Lizzy Creamer Of the many health trends floating around, mindfulness is the one that seems to be sticking. Google defines Mindfulness as “a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as […]

Recycling: Does DHS?

By: Molly Norton, Lia Stapinski, Fletcher Donohoe, Kacey Decker, and Michael Coletti According to a Dragon Flyer poll of 68 students, 96 percent don’t think that the school recycles. Scott Stone, a janitor, spoke about what happens to the trash around school. This DHS janitor said in fact […]