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Skyline Post Senior Spotlight: My Final Words to Skyline

Laila Nelson June 5, 2022

A note from The Post staff: at The Skyline Post, we invite every senior who has been on our staff to write a Senior Spotlight. A Senior Spotlight is a chance for them to address the community as they go...

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....

The Slow dance. Credit: Amita Nathan

A Night to Remember: Prom Night Photo Gallery

Amita Nathan and Alicia Dyer June 5, 2022

A note on the photos depicting unmasked students: Skyline’s Covid safety protocols allowed students to unmask briefly for posed photos.  

Leyla Williams. Credit: Leyla Williams

Skyline Post Senior Spotlight: The Post’s Growth

Leyla Williams, Founding Editor, Chief of Graphics (Ret.) June 5, 2022

A note from The Post staff: at The Skyline Post, we invite every senior who has been on our staff to write a Senior Spotlight. A Senior Spotlight is a chance for them to address the community as they go...

Sanjay Rao. Credit: Sanjay Rao

Skyline Post Senior Spotlight: Tips For Being a High School Athlete

Sanjay Rao June 5, 2022

A note from The Post staff: at The Skyline Post, we invite every senior who has been on our staff to write a Senior Spotlight. A Senior Spotlight is a chance for them to address the community as they go...

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

The College 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....

Leyla Williams and Nadya Babushkin pose at prom, surely an event that sticks in the minds of many High School Graduates. Credit: Amita Nathan

Senior Memories: What They Won’t Forget

Danielle Okeke June 5, 2022

Despite the ups and downs of COVID-19 and the impact it has had on the class of 2022, we have still had a meaningful high school career. The Post asked Skyline seniors to share a bit about their most meaningful...

Anisha Ramachandra. Credit: Anisha Ramachandra

Skyline Post Senior Spotlight: Plans

Anisha Ramachandra June 5, 2022

A note from The Post staff: at The Skyline Post, we invite every senior who has been on our staff to write a Senior Spotlight. A Senior Spotlight is a chance for them to address the community as they go...

While some athletes will continue in college (like the pictured Sophia Morgan), the end of a season brings often is the last time an athlete will play. Credit: Joe Tworek

Moving on From Sports

Evan Rothenberg June 5, 2022

From three years old up until now, hundreds of athletes at Skyline have been a part of a sports team of some kind. Being on a sports team provides a community of friends and coaches who are working together...

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...

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