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Our new college counselor Mr. John Boshoven is working to help students navigate their post-secondary plans. Credit: Anisha Ramachandra

The Application Process For the Class of 2022

Sammi Perkins June 5, 2022

Over the course of the pandemic, the class of 2022 did not receive the structured materials and resources normally provided by the CUBE (Skyline’s College and Career program) when applying to colleges....

CUBE Feature: What Should 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders Be Doing Now?

CUBE Feature: What Should 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders Be Doing Now?

Anisha Ramachandra June 5, 2022

After almost a year and a half being closed, the College and Career Center, also known as the CUBE, has reopened and is here to help students with their post-secondary journey. John Boshoven, the new college...

Our new college counselor Mr. John Boshoven is working to help students navigate their post-secondary plans. Credit: Anisha Ramachandra

Financial Aid Options

Anisha Ramachandra June 5, 2022

HOW TO: PAY FOR COLLEGE There are many ways to pay for college and save money. John Boshoven, Skyline’s college counselor, reviews some ways families can best prepare themselves to pay for their students'...

Mr. B, the new cube coordinator, poses with student Kamari Simpson. Credit: Lucas Caswell

Plans For the Class of 2022

Madalyn Aldrich and Sammi Perkins June 5, 2022

As the 2021-2022 school year comes to an end, The Skyline Post decided to compile a list of the Senior’s post-graduation plans to honor their hard work and dedication. Many students have reported traditional...

Skyline Robotics Advances to World Championship

Skyline Robotics Advances to World Championship

Asch Schmidt May 31, 2022

Buckets Georg (gōrg): The unlikely name of a Skyline athlete. Only, this isn’t a student athlete. Buckets is a student made athlete, and on April 9, Buckets and his talented robotics team placed 13th...

Machine operator Ayu Feje works on a machine that packs bulk clothing into bails at the Goodwill Outlet in Brooklyn Park, Minn., on April 23, 2015. (Jim Gehrz/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)

The Cost of Our Closets: Fast Fashion at Skyline

Alicia Dyer and Amita Nathan May 25, 2022

Thirty pairs of Nikes — all found in a span of twenty minutes while in the Skyline library. With so much of one brand in one place, Nike seems to be popular among the Skyline student body. Trends like...

Sally Rooney: a Refreshing Take on Relationships in Normal People

Sally Rooney: a Refreshing Take on Relationships in Normal People

Sarina Thomas May 17, 2022

Two damaged people who long for nothing more than to be normal navigate the highs and lows of a relationship. Normal People is emotionally draining in the best way possible. Engrossing, provocative,...

Seven Husbands: A Book You Don’t Want to Miss

Seven Husbands: A Book You Don’t Want to Miss

Nati Murell May 17, 2022

“The world doesn’t give things, you take things” is one of the many inspiring quotes that stuck with me from The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.  What drew me in to...

Opinion: Students and Teachers Alike Dealing With Stress

Opinion: Students and Teachers Alike Dealing With Stress

Alexis Wheeler May 17, 2022

“Some of the teachers add a lot of work and then don’t give a lot of time and it makes school stressful,” says 10th grader Hannah Vig. School can affect students’ mental health. A lot of the...

Eagle Alum Flying on the Track

Eagle Alum Flying on the Track

Sanjay Rao May 17, 2022

In 2017, Hobbs Kessler joined Skyline track and cross country as a freshman. In 2021, he broke four minutes in the mile, gained a sponsorship from Adidas, and competed in the Olympic trials. Last week...

Skyline Track and Field: What to Expect This Upcoming Season

Skyline Track and Field: What to Expect This Upcoming Season

Alexandria Mason May 17, 2022

Nico Fry taking the lead (Suzzane Divine)  The Spring Season brings floods of new sports, fresh out of winter pre-season training. And with this, of course, comes track. With a massive team and dozens...

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