The boys’ team broke tradition of their losing streak at the 54 Classic. Continue reading
Under new head coach, Morgan Ballard, the girls’ team placed second in the T-Bird Classic Tournament. Continue reading
Under first year director, Bob Lee, actors performed the musical “Elf JR.” based off the movie “Elf.” Continue reading
After the completion of this school year, high school classes will no longer be run on a block schedule. Continue reading
It is the time of year where the end of school is approaching fast and everyone is ready for summer. Continue reading
The third day in The Big Apple was our first day of conferences. We also visited the 9/11 Memorial Museum and ate supper at Lombardi’s Pizza.
We started the day by waking up and riding the subway to the conferences.
“My butt hurt really bad because the chairs were very solid,” senior Daniel Hacker said.
After the conference we went back to the hotel to drop our things off and then went to the 9/11 museum. We learned about the history of the tragic event and saw some exhibits.
“It was cool to learn about all the inside stuff about 9/11 and I wished we could have stayed longer to look at more of it,” junior Alex Lutz said.
We ended the day by going to Little Italy and eating at the world famous Lombardi’s Pizza. We came back to the hotel after and called it a night.
Sophomore Caden Patterson captured the day in photos.
Some Skyline students found a way to get a head start on their college education while still in high school.
Students have found different ways of doing this. They can take online classes here at the school, go to PCC’s campus and take classes, or take dual credit classes. Continue reading