April 2018/19

How HiT Entertainment Screwed up the 7th season of Thomas & Friends in the United States.

After the controversial clustertruck of season 22 of Thomas & Friends, I was looking for something to get the sour taste out of my mouth, so I decided to rewatch some classic Thomas episodes. I ended up watching all of season seven of Thomas & Friends, and after some research, I realized that it has […]

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April 2018/19
School

Calling All Teachers: Get Ready to SWITCHEROO

Mr. Butters, Mr. Colfer, and Mr. Wilkens form an epic Social Studies trifecta #squadgoals. In the English department, co-conspirators Mr. Moloney and Mr. Ryan act as if they both bike to school (in reality they carpool in Mr. Ryan’s gas-guzzling Suburban, a popular vehicle for many Marblehead Moms). Even the Foreign Language teachers communicate through […]

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April 2018/19
School

Looking For A More Lively Schedule Next Year? Try MHS’s New Aerial Sports Elective!

Have you ever wanted to go parachuting? Hang gliding? Or maybe ziplining? Over the past few months, there has been buzz about many new electives that will be available in the fall of 2019, such as the Community Engagement and Service Learning, or the Fundamentals of Chess elective. But another option, one that has had […]

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April 2018/19
School

Coming Soon to an Advisory Near You…

Do you recall putting away a school Chromebook sometime in the past few years? Chances are that you do and that you’ve done it wrong. Our administration has dutifully slaved away day after day rearranging the wires and readjusting the Chromebooks so that the following day, your Chromebooks will be charged and ready to go […]

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April 2018/19
School

After Vape Detectors, What’s Next?

In response to the success of the newly installed vape detectors, the administration has unveiled a second project. Over quarter four, assuming success with grant applications, MHS will unveil state of the art Pheremonal Predetection Devices, colloquially known as BO detectors. A pilot device, installed last Thursday in the gym bathrooms, has already provided meaningful […]

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April 2018/19
School

Latest Attempt to Combat Vaping Spreads to Popular MHS A Cappella Group

Recently, Marblehead High School’s co-ed a capella group has been causing some dissonance amongst administrators. The group, which is known for its members’ colorful ties, a yearly rendition of Cecelia, and for being “tied together since 2003,” has come under criticism for inappropriate conduct– more specifically, in relation to vaping. Maryann Perry, Superintendent of Marblehead […]

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