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The Student News Site of Shorecrest Preparatory School

The Chronicle

The Student News Site of Shorecrest Preparatory School

The Chronicle

LEFT: Shorecrest SAGE employee Gita Figueroa poses for MMA. In the past two years, she participated in five fights. Photo by Robert Richards.
RIGHT: Gita Figueroa pridefully stands in front of the SAGE pre-made sandwich station. This is where she works and interacts with students during lunch. Photo by Gita Figueroa.

Beyond the Buffet

Braden Stone April 26, 2024

     Erin Baehman, food service director and chef with Shorecrest’s SAGE Dining Services, is one of the first and last people at school each day, dedicating that time to serving over 1200 students,...

A Tesla charges using one of the Shorecrest EV Chargers. The chargers will soon be open for public use after extensive construction during the 2023-2024 school year.

Shorecrest Chargers’ New Chargers

Cem Eralp April 26, 2024

      Driving with the radio on, blasting your favorite song, the wind blowing through your hair—then the window crank has to ruin the mood while you relentlessly attempt to turn it. Aren’t we...

Shorecrest Charges into Scholarship Changes

Shorecrest Charges into Scholarship Changes

Kate Danielson April 26, 2024

     Following a joint decision between the Shorecrest administration and the Board of Trustees, Shorecrest will be phasing out its acceptance of state-funded scholarships for tuition. Students currently...

Upper School Health & Fitness Teacher Richard Cameron poses with one of his classroom plants, Beyoncé. He allows his students to name each one at the beginning of each school year.

Be-leafing in Yourself

Sierra Orlick April 26, 2024

     Minutes before the bell rings, students file into US Health & Fitness Teacher and Track Coach Richard Cameron’s classroom as he waters the plants placed methodically on top of a small bookshelf...

Remembering Graham

Remembering Graham

April 26, 2024

Home in a Person Written by Max Baschinsky        Few people can reflect on their 26 months of high school, littered with dozens of classes, and pick out just one favorite. But for me,...

Sharing Stories: Lessons Gleaned from Holocaust Survivors

Annabella Rozin April 26, 2024

     When Board Chairman of the Florida Holocaust Museum Mike Igel spoke to the Shorecrest Upper School, he concluded with the message that the people sitting next to us might have stories as profound...

Guest speaker and Shorecrest parent Peter Baxter of Castleton Park LLC discussing risk assessment in a classroom of students. Photo by Cooper Register.

Career Day Returns to Shorecrest

Noah Jaffee April 26, 2024

     On Monday, April 8, 2024, a different kind of learning took place at Shorecrest for Upper School students—Career Day. A day filled with listening, networking, and inspiration, students left...

Ivan Spodin poses with a Ukrainian flag while wearing a traditional Ukrainian shirt. Spodin and his family moved to Florida from Ukraine on December 16th, 2021.

A Ukrainian Student’s Reflection on Life in America during the Russo-Ukrainian War

Emmie Harris April 26, 2024

     Conflict and war don’t exactly make for an ideal childhood. However, in many places around the world, it’s unavoidable. Sophomore Ivan Spodin moved from Ukraine to the United States right...

April 2024 Crossword Answers

April 26, 2024

Across: 1. Electric 3. Softball 5. Lemongrass 6. Turf 8. Theater 9. Brumbelow 10. Scholarships 12. Cameron 14. Javelin 15. Hydroflask 16. Powers 17. Five 18. Plants   Down 2....

Trendy water bottles pile up in a landfill. According to the Graham Sustainability Institute, 51.2% of high schoolers use a reusable water bottle every day.

Is your Stanley as clean as your aesthetic?

Sarah Kingsford April 26, 2024

      Before 2019, hearing “sksksk” was odd, and, in some cases, alarming. However, with the rise of VSCO in 2020, brightly colored scrunchies, “sksksk,” and reusable water bottle trends...

A class full of sophomores eagerly pays attention to US Science Teacher Dr. Carlie Saval. Photo by Braden Stone.

Shorecrest’s College-Crazed Sophomores

Braden Stone March 7, 2024

     While Shorecrest seniors are knee-deep in their own college processes, considering decisions and outcomes, let’s turn to the Sophomore Class. Shorecrest’s Class of 2026 is already anticipating...

Senior Misha Drunov in his Northeastern University spiritwear. Drunov is planning to major in computer engineering.  Photo by Alanys Requena.

Northeastern Mania

Alanys Requena March 7, 2024

   Go Huskies! is what Shorecrest students seem to be saying a lot in the past few years. In recent years, numerous Shorecrest seniors have committed to Northeastern University. The Class of 2023 yielded...

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