Category: Academics

  • Should Higher Education Be Free?

    Should Higher Education Be Free?

    By: Shauna Connelly One of the controversies America has been facing for years is – should higher education be free? Consider that with the benefits of free college tuition, come factors that are challenging for students in different ways. A college education offers better career opportunities, personalized career paths, and increased financial stability. However, free […]

  • Salisbury’s Erdman: “Higher Education is Here!”

    By Zachary Peace At Salisbury we are very lucky to have agreements with some local universities that allow students at our high school to take college classes during their senior year. This opportunity is available with both Lehigh University and Moravian. These institutions of higher learning offer Salisbury students a few seats in their classes […]

  • German Classes Celebrate Oktoberfest

    German Classes Celebrate Oktoberfest

    By Elizabeth Sirianni Frau Spradlin’s German classes recently had an entire class period dedicated to celebrating Oktoberfest, a national German festival known for singing, dancing, and dressing up in traditional German outfits.

  • College Counseling: Choosing the Right School

    By Elizabeth Sirianni This is the second installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts. When it comes to college you may know what you want to major in, but how do you choose which one to go […]

  • College Counseling: How to Prepare for the SATs

    College Counseling: How to Prepare for the SATs

    By Elizabeth Sirianni This is the first installment in a series of pieces meant to guide students through the college application process. Follow along for tips, insight, and exclusive interviews with experts. For sophomores and juniors, I’m sure any kind of talk about the SATs has worn out its welcome. However, for those who are […]

  • New Kid on the Block

    By Gabriella Lozada This 2018-2019 school year there are some new kids on the block. I’m not just talking about new students but also new staff members. You’ve probably heard him or seen him in the hallways. It’s Mr. Hahn, the fun, happy, and enthusiastic new teacher! He is the new Algebra 2 and Geometry […]