• Bauke, Muniz, and Merritt recognized at Drama Festival

    Bauke, Muniz, and Merritt recognized at Drama Festival

    RACHEL VINCENT, Staff Writer

    March 21, 2017

    The METG Massachusetts Theatre Celebration at Weston High School was held last Saturday, where Gloucester High School’s Theatre Program participated with their production of “Twelfth Night.” They were recognized for their stage presence and overall production quality during the award ceremony. Sen...

    (from left) Danielle Bauke, Jessyca Muniz, and Alexis Merritt pose with their awards from Drama Festival last weekend

    Jessica Ruggles

  • Sustainability fair comes to GHS

    Sustainability fair comes to GHS

    MARIA KOTOB, Staff Writer, Editor

    March 20, 2017

    TownGreen 2025, a program of the Gloucester Meeting House Foundation, presents its second Cape Ann Sustainability Fair on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at O’Maley Innovation Middle School, located at 32 Cherry Street in Gloucester, MA, from 10 AM to 4 PM. This year, there will be an added focus on o...

  • The real dropout rate explained

    The real dropout rate explained

    KATELYN MOORE, Staff Writer, Editor

    March 17, 2017

    Contrary to popular belief, Gloucester High School’s dropout rate did not double. In fact, the dropout rate has significantly decreased over a 10-year time span. GHS statistics have recently caught the attention of the city, specifically the “dropout rate.” However, confusion about what the numb...

  • O’Maley’s spring musical is a must see

    O’Maley’s spring musical is a must see

    ALEXANDER OAKS, Staff Writer

    March 17, 2017

    The O'Maley Innovation Middle School is in the final week of its production of Disney's Mulan Junior, and the performance is masterful. Beautiful set design, exquisite choreography, and a keen attention to detail all combine to have this year's play being one of the best in recent memory. Notab...

    Cast of Disney's Mulan Jr. at O'Maley Innovation Middle School

  • Opinion: My rejection story

    Opinion: My rejection story

    LAUREN BENCHOFF, Staff Writer

    March 16, 2017

    As a person who has been afraid of needles from a young age, I had a rather aggressive idea that if I donated blood, my fear of needles would eventually fade or cease within my first donation. Since I was a kid, my mom donated blood every 3-5 months. I thought she was just an overzealous blood dono...

News

The real dropout rate explained

The real dropout rate explained

KATELYN MOORE, Staff Writer, Editor

Contrary to popular belief, Gloucester High School’s dropout rate did not double. In fact, the dropout rate has significantly decreased over a 10-year time span. GHS statistics have recently caught the attention of ...

March 174 Comments

The mess the snow day left

The mess the snow day left

JENNA TAORMINA, Staff Writer, Editor

It’s the same story just a different day. Following the 11 inches of snow Gloucester received during yesterday’s snow storm, GHS seemed to get the brunt of it. Due to excess rain and snow, the roof of the high school onc...

March 152 Comments

Career and College Fair Thursday night

Career and College Fair Thursday night

RACHEL VINCENT, Staff Writer

Seeking college and career opportunities? Come to the Gloucester High School Field house for the third annual Cape Ann Career and College Fair this Thursday.  The event is free, and will run from 5:30 pm to 7:30pm. “...

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Features

Scheduling woes reach their peak

Scheduling woes reach their peak

CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

For many GHS students, scheduling issues have caused temporary headaches throughout their high school careers. But as the fourth week of the new semester begins, a handful of students are still without a D-block class and are...

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  • Executive order hits home for Gloucester February 3
  • Teacher Feature: A tour of Mr. Roy’s eclectic classroom January 11
  • Hats for the Homeless brings warmth for those in need December 22
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Sports

Fishermen win two more, keep postseason hopes alive

Fishermen win two more, keep postseason hopes alive

ALEXANDER OAKS, Staff Writer

The Gloucester boys’ Basketball team secured a much needed win Wednesday evening against the Bishop Fenwick Crusaders. This victory propelled the Fishermen to 7-10 on the season. Senior forward E...

February 17No Comments

Celtics enter all-star weekend with momentum

Celtics enter all-star weekend with momentum

February 17

Gloucester hockey shuts out Revere

Gloucester hockey shuts out Revere

February 2

Big Blue falls to Fishermen

Big Blue falls to Fishermen

February 1

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