The SIS Day of Love

Don’t you just love, love? Some people absolutely adore it, others absolutely abhor it, but no matter which side you stand, Valentine’s Day will always be the day of love. The SIS Club was created in order to build relationships between the freshmen and senior girls. These relationships are meant to provide the freshmen girls…

Seussical the Musical

This past weekend the thespians of the Upper School impressed many in their performance of the winter musical, Seussical the Musical. On Thursday and Friday night at 7pm, and Saturday afternoon at 2pm, these students finally showcased the production they have been working towards for three months. These performances took place in the W.E. Scott…

[Fe]male-dominated sport?

Any sport is competitive, but imagine playing a sport where you are immediately misjudged. Kaitlyn Rodriguez ’22 is the only female on the Middle School Wrestling team, and has been wrestling at All Saints’ for two years. Kaitlyn was State Champion in her division last year, and placed 3rd this year. “Honestly, I was scared…

Snapchat’s Empire

Originally named Picaboo, Snapchat was released in July 2011 and has quickly grown to be the ruling form of communication among teenagers. Evolving into much more than just a social media platform, Snapchat has made it possible to communicate with friends, meet new people and even catch up on the news. From its time of…

How can you Challenge Success?

Students are constantly searching for a solution to combat stress, nerves, schedule management, and sleep deprivation. These are common, but not unimportant, issues that affect high school students nationally. All Saints’ has been extensively focused on student wellbeing lately. A partnership with Challenge Success, a program designed at Stanford University to reduce student stress and…