- 01Della Corna works with team of scientists on life-saving invention
- 02Junior and amateur meteorologist predicts forecasts and county delays
- 03Marshall Mc provides both high school memories and fist fights
- 04GCM LIT encourages representation through contemporary young adult novels
- 05Marshall waste reveals minimal recycling rate
Marshall STEM designed the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Career Fair on April 10 to excite possible recruits about applying for jobs in the field…
High school graduation is a celebration of 13 years of personal and academic development, and as such, it boasts hundreds of beloved traditions like walking…
Senior Matthew Capuano-Rizzo expands on the Social Studies Honor Society Letter Writing Event. "The idea is to raise awareness about issues that don't often get much attention,” Capuano-Rizzo said. “China has historic human rights abuses against the people of Tibet and Muslims.”
QOTD: “The navy is the best. You get to travel, get your college paid for, no student loans, job experience and it’s just a cool place to be.” — Petty Officer Vernon Jackson
Drama teacher Bernard DeLeo takes his theatre class to meet students with intellectual disabilities to prepare for a project that will include the students.
“It’s nice to do something different for another population that’s not the standard theatre performers,” DeLeo said.
Students make cards for veterans, new recruits and first responders during learn in room C103. “I came to make cards for veterans because I wanted to show my appreciation for all of the sacrifices they have made for our country,” sophomore Cynthia Wan said.
QOTD: “I went to the ‘Top 10 Tips for Apps’ activity i and I learned the difference between the common and the coalition app. I also learned the process for setting up my common app account which I was very overwhelmed with before.” - junior Olivia Slivinski on Junior Focus Day