The video production class has started livestreaming home games on YouTube. Continue reading
With the new semester starting in January, students were introduced to the newest version of the flex schedule. While it shows signs of improvement, the schedule still has its problems. There were obviously going to be hiccups, and many were taken care of this semester. However, many problems still remain. Continue reading
For the upcoming school year, a Flex-Mod schedule is being developed in hopes of letting each individual student have more of an important role in planning his or her educational path.
A student council is a group of students chosen by their classmates to organize social events and participate in the government of their school. This seemingly common club hasn’t existed at Skyline since 2011.
The administration has introduced a new program for the student body called Career and Academic Planning, better known as CAP.
By Mason Brack
With the end of school coming seniors are busy stressing over scholarships and planning for next year. Continue reading
As the school year is coming to an end, many seniors are starting to develop senioritis. Senioritis is defined as a supposed affiliation of students in their final year of high school, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. Continue reading
Controversy about some of the new changes to Prom has come up among some of the students in the high school. Continue reading
By Michelle Ramirez
Skyline recently started to do Career Cruising. Every first Friday of the month all the students go to a certain teachers classroom and get together with their classmates. Continue reading
Albert Einstein once said “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish’s ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Continue reading