Paid Parking at Charter

To combat the influx of student drivers and parents setting up camp in student parking, SSCPS students will now have to pay to reserve a weekly parking spot. Starting after April break, students will have to pay $10 every Monday, to reserve themselves a parking spot for the upcoming week. If students are unable to […]

Key Club

If you’ve been listening during morning meeting throughout the past few weeks, you may have heard juniors Molly Sullivan and Marin Gregory promoting the newly introduced SSCPS Key Club. A Key Club is “an international, student-led organization, that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.” Run by the international […]


The boys basketball team currently stands at 3rd in the league, with 5 wins and only 3 losses. Myles Wilson leads the team in scoring, with 120 points so far this season. Following Wilson is Frankie Sullivan, with 96 points scored thus far. The boys came away victorious at their game against Salem Academy Charter […]

Safe Sex as Heck

In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue, right? And, of course, we all know that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. There are basic facts and tidbits that everyone seems to remember being taught in school. How would you feel if those tidbits weren’t necessarily true, but tweaked and formulated based on what […]

NHS Induction Ceremony

As students, we crave academic validation through grades, awards, and other notable accomplishments. Students want to know that their hard work does not go unnoticed by their peers and educators alike. On Thursday, November 9, thirteen SSCPS students got their moment to shine as they were inducted into the National Honor Society. After applying, some […]


As fall sports seasons come to a close, it’s fair to say that we have some exciting accomplishments to reflect on: For the first time in 2 years, the girls’ soccer team stacked up an impressive amount of wins this season. In contrast with previous seasons, the girls’ team finished with a total of 5 […]

No Expulsion Rule

In a whirlwind of fear, mistrust, and tension, it can be incredibly easy for productive communication to be lost in translation. When a school fails to educate their students, not in regards to the curriculum, but more in regards to laws and procedures potentially affecting our safety, it is understandable that the student body will […]


The SSCPS boys soccer team is currently second in the league, behind Foxborough Charter. Weighing in at 17 total goals scored so far, the boys have 5 total wins and only 2 losses this season. The girls soccer team has 2 players in the top 5 scorers in the entire league. Nani Luciano, a freshman, […]

NHS Hurricane Fundrasing

To help combat the series of hurricanes sweeping the nation, the National Honor Society is running a fundraiser to donate to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. Throughout the duration of hurricane season, NHS will be selling Hilliards chocolate bars Monday through Friday during lunch. Students will have the opportunity to purchase chocolate bars […]


The girl’s varsity soccer team currently stands second in the league, behind none other than Foxborough Charter. For the first time in the past 3 seasons, the Lady Jags won a regular season game. With a final score of 7-2 against Codman Charter, the girls can thank junior Molly Sullivan, junior Romen Fernandez, 7th grader, […]