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Sketchy Teens take the stage

By Henry Hitchings The Sketchy Teens Too debuted their first-ever show at Alex’s Place in the YMCA last Friday and Saturday. Sophomore Dougie Norton joined the...

A student's holiday abroad

By Sophia McCarron While many are gathering with family this holiday season, others are thousands of miles away. Senior Monica Carroll is part of the...

Thanks for a wonderful tree-lighting event in Oak Bluffs

To the Editor: The tree-lighting event in Oak Bluffs burns brightly with music, laughter, the excitement of children adorned with bright red antlers, lots of...

Brazilian-American Friendship lunch breaks barriers

From left: Seniors Mike Powers and Sayra Fernandes laugh during the Brazilian-American Friendship lunch, held in the Culinary Arts dining room last Friday.

The evolving nature of stress

By Mackenzie Condon Stress can be a constant presence in the lives of both high school and college students. In hopes of having a perfect...

Discrimination dissected at Race Culture Retreat

By Rose Engler The annual Race Culture Retreat was a life-changing experience for many of the students and faculty who attended. The retreat is a mix...

Honor Society inducts new members

By Rose Engler The school’s National Honor Society welcomed 28 new students into its ranks on Tuesday night during a ceremony at the high school. One...

Minnesingers to perform Friday and Saturday

By Ayanna Fhagen-Smith and Julianne Joseph As the holiday season approaches, the school’s Minnesingers gear up for their annual winter concerts. This year the concerts...

Serving the community helps everybody

By Cassie Casey While some students are looking forward to cookies and gifts around the holidays, many others are also happy to help their community...

Hands-on health assisting

By Adeline Hayman Students traded in their pencils and notebooks for scrubs and the firsthand experience of observing at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital as part...

Schedule subject to change

By Mackenzie Condon and Alicja Vickers Students, teachers, and administrators have begun discussions that could have far-reaching implications for the regional high school’s daily schedule. ...

Halloween comes to the high school

From left, seniors Violet Kennedy Gabby Carlos, and Patricia Oliveira walked with junior Salyn Yancy as they got in the Halloween spirit this Monday,...

Students present at Maker's Faire

By Julianne Joseph Amidst drone races and larger-than-life robots perusing the booths, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students recently presented their inventions at the World...

Peers reach out to peers

By Danielle Hopkins Intense discussions and trust building activities were the focus of this year’s peer outreach seminar held during a two-day retreat last...

Divided school reflects divided nation

By Adeline Hayman The election of Donald Trump ignited a range of intense reactions among students and faculty at the regional high school. Last Wednesday,...

Freshman find their footing

By Julianne Joseph and Ayanna Fhagen-Smith With the first academic quarter of the school year closing, ninth grade students have a range of reactions to...

Taking a look at Alt. Ed.

By Curtis Fisher and Annika Schmidt School officials are exploring changes to the Alternative Education program to make it more responsive to evolving student needs....

Teachers visit from abroad

By Willa Vigneault and Pearl Vercruysse Three teachers from the Netherlands visited the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School last week. Corien Lammers, Martijn van Veldhuien,...

New controversy over old policy

By Sophia McCarron and Danielle Hopkins Principal Sara Dingledy has ushered in a new era of stability at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. Upon her...

New principal cheers in new year

By Willa Vigneault and Sophia McCarron Nearly 800 foot-stomping, hand-clapping, and screaming students and teachers helped to introduce Sara Dingledy, the regional high school’s new...