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Missing: One Holy Grail

Missing: One Holy Grail

May 2, 2019

In this school of “firsts”, first assembly, first semester, first class to graduate in the gym, t...

Poetry Not Loud

Poetry Not Loud

April 2, 2019

Poetry events at Sehome have been silent over the past two years, as some seniors and juniors may recall...

Drama One-Act Festival

Casey Crocker, Reporter

April 2, 2019

Filed under Arts

The Sehome advanced drama class put together a series of short plays on Monday, March 25 as part of the annual One Act Festival. These plays were adapted to fit the time constraints which allowed around 35 minutes for each play. The Festival was split into two parts. Part one ran from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and includ...

Greatest Sleepover Ever

Greatest Sleepover Ever

March 28, 2019

The drama department kicked off the new space by holding their fifth annual 24-hour play festiva...

Valentine’s Day Blues

Valentine’s Day Blues

March 1, 2019

The choir has been forced to cancel their annual Valentine Gram fundraiser due to setbacks from the snow...

Garth the Ghost Grows up

January 28, 2019

“The Little Theater was a place I felt comfortable and able to express myself in high school, which...

The Music Man: Who Is Synder, Anyway?

The Music Man: Who Is Synder, Anyway?

January 24, 2019

The teacher who has been here through it all, a drum roll please...Craig Snyder. He is the band director...

Drama starts production on Romeo & Juliet

Drama starts production on Romeo & Juliet

November 18, 2018

The drama department’s Romeo and Juliet will take a new approach to the classic by taking time to understand...

Choir, orchestra and band hit the road

Grace McCall, Allison Meyer, and Henry Huck

June 1, 2018

Filed under Arts

This year, choir went to Seaside, Oregon for their annual tour. Olivia Hampton (12) was looking forward to hanging out with her friends in choir. We hung out on the beach,” Hampton said, “took pictures, sat around a fire pit and sang songs till like 12 a.m.” They left Friday, May 18 and returned Monday, May 21. Choir sang...

“Annie” leaves audiences stunned

Angela Ha and Crystal Tucker

June 1, 2018

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Annie was the final Drama show for the school year. The musical is about an 11-year old orphan girl named Annie (played by junior Anica Johnston) who dreams to one day find her parents. She lives in an orphanage with several other little girls and their devious caregiver Mrs. Hannigan. Annie was invited to spend Christmas with...

The choir celebrates with the season of love

Peyton Nienaber, Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under Arts

Performances by: Chamber Choir Men - Barbara Ann Kacey Lind - She Maddie Skipton & Isabelle Aranda - I Wanna Hold Your Hand Caitlin Bertelsen - One and Only Halina Buly & Clara Ford - Love Song Sweet Crew - Honey Honey Elsie Dank - Gravity Declan Hackett & Liam Jensen - Never Gonna Give Y...

Community Driven Music

Serena Keenan, Editor

January 13, 2018

Filed under Arts

Over the holiday season, the chamber orchestra performs at various places in the community. “Usually we’ll play for anyone who will host us,” Markian Romanyshyn (11) said. This typically includes places like the Leopold, where the orchestra has performed numerous times, or nursing homes. Typically, the song selection is...

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