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Happenings at SHA

October 14, 2017

Filed under The Alethea Blog

Check out some of the pics taken of events and activities at SHA this fall. ...

New Clubs

New Clubs

October 14, 2017

Salt Instead of Sugar

Keely Greiner, Staff Writer

October 13, 2017

Filed under Experience and Opinion, The Alethea Blog

Something that I find kind of funny about my generation is how we communicate. We praise "saltiness" and brutal honesty, and readily admit to having done less-than-admirable things with a simple "me" or "same," even for the most ...

Your First Job: Don’t Eat the Profits!

Amanda Savona, Head Editor

October 13, 2017

Filed under Experience and Opinion, The Alethea Blog

This past summer I was overjoyed to get my first job. I have now been a proud employee of Cheri’s Bakery (Branford) for about four months, and I can honestly tell you that I love my job. First of all, I’ll admit, I feel extremely lucky to even have been hired i...

Results from School-Wide Survey

Amanda Savona, Head Editor

September 29, 2017

Filed under Student Life, The Alethea Blog

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Penny Wars

Abigail Kelly, Head Editor

May 15, 2017

Filed under Student Life, The Alethea Blog

This year’s annual Penny Wars took place at SHA from March 27th to March 31st. The STUCO-led Penny Wars is a fun way for classes to get competitive with each other while raising money for a charity. The goal is to have the mo...

Science Fair 2017

Science Fair 2017

March 20, 2017

Super Bowl LI 2017

Swathi Jacob, Staff Writer

March 20, 2017

Filed under News & Politics, The Alethea Blog

The Super Bowl is a football game that brings families together (even non-sports fans!) and it has the whole nation rooting. The 51st Super Bowl in 2017 took place on Sunday, February 5. This year the Atlanta Falcons took on th...

Spirit Week 2017

Spirit Week 2017

March 20, 2017

The A-Kelly File: Bringing the Presidential Election to SHA

Abigail Kelly, Head Editor

March 20, 2017

Filed under News & Politics, The Alethea Blog

As the Presidential Election drew to a close, I decided to see how my peers in grades 11 and 12 felt about some of the issues. I polled the girls with simple questions about events in the political news thus far and tallied the...

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