On April 20, the 19th anniversary of Columbine, students across NYC walked out of class to a rally against gun violence in Washington Square Park. The rally was a massive success, earning nationwide coverage, esteemed politician attendees, and a turnout of around 8,000 students. Continue reading “Enough Is Enough: My Experience as an Organizer of the April 20 Walkout”
On April 24th, many Clinton 11th grade students will take their first crack at the SAT. In the midst of all the test prep done in the coming weeks, you’re bound to crave something to crunch besides numbers. Here are five healthy snacks that’ll have you studying at your peak! Continue reading “Snacks to Get You Through SAT Stress”
As winter starts to come to a close, spring is upon us, which means spring break! Here are some movies that you might like to check out during our week of vacation, or on any day where you feel like watching a movie. Continue reading “The Best Movies of Each Genre”
The girls basketball team, which was started this year, has had enormous success, but without as much school participation and pride as hoped.
Mr. Andrews, a middle school teacher, has coach the girls through the successes of the season. The majority of students on the team are freshman who were on the winning team for the middle school championship last year. Continue reading “Girls Basketball Team 2018 Season”
Clinton has recently announced some changes to how assignments are graded and factored into overall course averages.
As of this semester, 11th grade courses are weighted with Course Outcomes — exams, Continue reading “New Semester Brings New Grading Scale”
On Tuesday, March 14, Clinton students joined hundreds of thousands of others across the nation in a walkout against gun violence. The upper grades walkout ran from 9:40 to 10:30 a.m and the lower grades walkout went from 9:55 to 10:27 a.m. Continue reading “Walkout At Clinton Against Gun Violence”
The IB exams cost more than just time and effort.
A notice was attached to 11th graders’ semester one report cards handed out in February detailing the price of taking IB exams. The notice explains that the exams, “come at a cost. We are asking families to pay a fee to help offset the cost of registering for the exams.” Continue reading “Staff Shares IB Exam Fees”