Since 1956

Kicking it to Iona

It was a hot day in September and Julia Kelly was gearing up for the second half of the first game of her final season. She was huffing and puffing while the sun glistened down on the soccer field. Her heart was racing as she ran onto the field. It w... Read more »

News

New girls’ varsity soccer coach to start this season

New girls’ varsity soccer coach to start this season

by Alethea Jadick, Staff Writer

Before the 2015-2016 school year had ended, a group of 20 plus girls crowded into the health...  Read More »

Gay Straight Alliance seeks support through silence

Gay Straight Alliance seeks support through silence

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer

According to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's 2013 National School Climate...  Read More »

Photo teacher retires after 27 years

Photo teacher retires after 27 years

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer

It is a warm spring day at Syracuse University. From a distance, she could see the grass of...  Read More »

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Student Life

Relay for Life shines despite poor weather

Relay for Life shines despite poor weather

by Christina Howie, Copy Editor

Glen Rock High School hosted its annual Relay for Life on May 14 to 15 at Alexander Hamilton...  Read More »

Teens celebrate arts

Teens celebrate arts

by Ryan Morley, Staff Writer

Middle and high school students from Glen Rock, and other schools across the county, have...  Read More »

Students enjoy junior prom night

Students enjoy junior prom night

by Collin Morrow, Sports Social Media Editor

Students watched the rain continue to pour and worried that their junior prom would not be...  Read More »

Clubs

Czech trip trouble

Czech trip trouble

by David Martinez, Staff Writer

The cultural exchange program has once again created a trip abroad. There will be two trips...  Read More »

Playwriting Workshop gets round of applause

Playwriting Workshop gets round of applause

by Ben Solomon, Staff Writer

English and Drama teacher, Ms. Juliet McKinley, has recently started an after-school club th...  Read More »

Gay Straight Alliance seeks support through silence

Gay Straight Alliance seeks support through silence

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer

According to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's 2013 National School Climate...  Read More »

A&E

I have a school bus for a left arm but that doesn’t stop me from shredding this sick guitar solo

I have a school bus for a left arm but that doesn’t stop me from shredding this sick guitar solo

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

"I Have a School Bus For A Left Arm But That Doesn’t Stop Me From Shredding This Sick Gui...  Read More »

Effects of music on teenagers

Effects of music on teenagers

by Oliva Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer

It’s a part of everyday life. Music is everywhere. It shapes the way people act and changes ...  Read More »

Coffeehouse XL

Coffeehouse XL

by Anna Barton, Staff Writer

Coffeehouse XL took place on April 21 in the high school cafeteria. Tables and chairs were set up...  Read More »

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Features

Five languages and counting

Five languages and counting

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

The common stereotypical high school student only knows English with a superficial understand...  Read More »

1940: From Glen Rock to War

1940: From Glen Rock to War

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer

It was 1940: The United States was emerging from the Great Depression. Germany had captured...  Read More »

AP U.S. History adjusts to controversial changes

AP U.S. History adjusts to controversial changes

by Colin Morrow, Sports Social Media Editor

The Golden Protests In a small town like Golden, Colorado school board meetings are usu...  Read More »

Opinion

Uber convenient rides shuttle students safely

Uber convenient rides shuttle students safely

by Lee Hasselmann and Jason Messenbrink

Glen Rock High School students have started to utilize a new mode of transportation around...  Read More »

Music in class: helpful or distraction

Music in class: helpful or distraction

by Olivia Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer

Everyday, cell phones become more and more common in the everyday classroom. They can be used as ...  Read More »

DIY ethics and mainstream success

DIY ethics and mainstream success

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor

The terms “DIY (Do It Yourself)” and “mainstream” are rarely used in the same senten...  Read More »

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THE OLDEST ISSUES WE HAVE: 1957

The Glen Echo from 1957