Got Merch?: EHS Entrepreneur Expands Horizons

Lauren Johnson, Views Editor

August 30, 2019

By the time we finish school, most of us will have participated in numerous clubs, sports and other activities outside of school. But who, out of the entire soon-to-be-graduating class can honestly say that he/she has managed a s...

EHS Students Join St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra

Cassi Reaka, Life Editor

August 29, 2019

Colleen McCracken broke her foot the summer before fourth grade and couldn’t swim competitively. Instead of letting her sit at home bored, her parents enrolled her in flute lessons. Little did they know she would one day perform...

Early College Commits: What’s Next?

Hannah Thompson, Staff Writer

August 22, 2019

Senior year comes with an immediate college checklist: visits, applications and major decisions.  However, this checklist is completed before senior year even begins for the athletes who have already committed to continuing their...

Students Jump Headfirst Into AP Classes

Emily Kloostra, Staff Writer

August 22, 2019

The first week of school this year included all of the typical elements: syllabuses, Dr. Cramsey’s class speeches and getting-to-know-you games. For some AP students, however, tests, quizzes and lots of homework were also on...

Foreign Exchange Students Join EHS

Cassi Reaka, Life Editor

August 22, 2019

As all EHS students have been adjusting to the new school year, this year’s foreign exchange students have been adjusting to a whole new life. While the idea of moving across the world to immerse oneself in a new culture and me...

Field Day Unifies Locals Schools for First Time

Jaydi Swanson, Views Editor

May 9, 2019

We may not all operate at the same level or have the same abilities, but we all love to have fun. And EHS’s Unified Field Day, headed by senior Patrick Driscoll and sophomore Zack Gibbs, brought students together to do just...

EHS Student Takes Second at Poetry Out Loud Nationals

Jacqueline Glenn, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Junior Scottlynn Ballard rose to the podium in George Washington University’s auditorium, shut her eyes for a moment and glanced up at the anticipating audience and judges at the National Poetry Out Loud Competition. Then the...

Yearbook Staff Debuts ‘Everything in Between’

Cierra Veizer, Sports Editor

May 9, 2019

For most students, yearbook day just means signing their friends’ books and having shortened classes. But for the yearbook staff, it’s one of the most meaningful days of the year. No yearbook is made overnight, and it takes...

‘Anything Goes’ Pit Orchestra Prepares for Opening Weekend

Jessica Fosse, Life Editor

April 4, 2019

In a carved out crevasse underneath the auditorium stage, a pit orchestra accumulates a melody to accompany the spring musical. And here is where several EHS musicians find themselves everyday during the infamous “hell week.” Drama...

Clash of the Local Ice Creams: What Do Students Prefer?

Kate Lickert, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

With the weather warming up and local ice cream shops opening for spring, it’s time to indulge in some delicious dairy desserts. According to the International Dairy Foods Association, April is when ice cream sales begin...

Interact Club Continues to Send Hope with Letters of Hope

Ryan Ash, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

EHS Interact will host its annual Letters of Hope event next Friday, April 5, during sixth hour in the commons. For a fee, students can skip their last hour of the day to join Interact in sending letters to an African village. “It’s...

Drama Club Celebrates Theater in Our Schools Month

Jaydi Swanson, Views Editor

March 14, 2019

Sitting in a comfortable seat in a dark theater, you watch actors move fluently across the stage in a flawless performance, making plays old and new come to life before your eyes. You see the story, hear their perfect lines and...

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