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Spotlight on Senior Athletes

Wyatt Rothenbuhler, Photo / Online Editor

June 13, 2019

These are the athletes of Sehome High School that will be continuing their sports careers in college. All these athletes have worked extremely hard to get this opportunity; they have put in hours of blood, sweat, and tears. The Rising Tide recognizes this and wants to acknowledge them. Dylan Roberts (12) will be playing football...

New Culture, New School

New Culture, New School

January 28, 2019

After witnessing the pile of rubble the old gym has been reduced to, P.E. students take the firs...

The Rising Tide Creeps Below: A Look At The Lost Bomb Shelter

The Rising Tide Creeps Below: A Look At The Lost Bomb Shelter

January 28, 2019

For the past 50 years, the halls of Sehome High School have welcomed thousands of students five days...

Sehome’s Staff Alumni

Sehome’s Staff Alumni

January 28, 2019

As time with the original school’s building comes to a close, it’s always good to reflect on our...

Anchor returns

Lucy Sun, Reporter

November 18, 2018

“People can exchange words of advice, be able to learn from one another, and help support upper and underclassmen together as one,” Principal Kuss-Cybula said. Grace Kim (12) said that these changes enhance Anchor. “I like [Anchor at the end of the day] because it gives us some time to do homework before we go home.”Gabe...

1 to 1 technology

1 to 1 technology

November 18, 2018

Over 1,100 devices have been rolled out over the course of only 4 days to sehome students. Priced at...

There’s no place like homecoming

There’s no place like homecoming

November 18, 2018

Each grade has to figure out how they are going to win Homecoming spirit week. Freshman through Seniors,...

Choosing a favorite grade

Serena Keenan, Editor

June 1, 2018

With 12 years of schooling under their belts, seniors have gone through good years and bad years. For most people, their last year has been their favorite. “Senior year has been my favorite grade,” Emily Tsan (12) said, “because this year I have matured more and become aware of my future.” Maria Frazey (12) agreed. ...

Protest by walkout

Jaime Rowe-Moulds and Abel Stoyka

May 3, 2018

Walkouts have had an impact on our school and community and many students support them. “I thought that they were very meaningful and important,” Thomas Cassella (10) said. “It’s good that the younger generation is taking action in our community.” “It’s important to show legislators that high school student...

Gun violence

Brynn Anorbes and Sarah Eisses

May 3, 2018

Gun violence is a topic that hits close to home when talking to high school students. The United States is the leading country in number of school shootings by far. While many other countries have made steps resulting in a decrease in school shootings, the United States is conflicted by what the next steps are as a countr...

Activism changes from Vietnam

Serena Keenan, Editor

May 2, 2018

After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Feb., student activism has been quickly on the rise, especially with high school survivors leading the charge. The last time that a student movement of this size has been seen was in the 1960s and 1970s in the wake of the Vietnam War; however, one immediately notice...

1 to 1 Technology

Sarah Eisses, Reporter

March 5, 2018

Next year, Sehome will be participating in the 1:1 Student Technology program, where every student will be given a device. The 2-in-1 device is a laptop that can also be converted into a tablet. This is possible due to the 2017 Technology Levy that was passed by voters in February 2016. The projects of this levy will take place th...

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