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Neshaminy’s Select Choir sings with Paramore

November 19, 2013

Kerri Rafferty Staff Writer On Nov. 8, the Neshaminy Select Choir performed “Ain’t it Fun” on stage with Paramore at the Susquehanna Bank Center. The Grammy Association, an organization dedicated to providing students...

Neshaminy welcomes new teachers

October 23, 2013

By Makenzie Mason Staff Writter Theresa Murtha Theresa Murtha, a new art teacher at Neshaminy, first started having fondness for art in high school. Inspired by her teacher, Murtha attended University of the Arts in Phil...

Class of 2014 makes waves, adds senior class trip

October 23, 2013

By Becca Choi Staff Writer As a result of the successful dinner cruise on Junior Class Trip last year, a new trip has been planned for the Class of 2014. Neshaminy’s seniors will board the ‘Spirit of Philadelphia’ on...

Senior lives by three Ss: Skittles, skating, and shredding

October 23, 2013

Tyler Van Osten, a senior here at Neshaminy High School, is recognized as this month’s Student Spotlight. Van Osten enjoys numerous activities outside of school, such as skateboarding almost every day, working at the local Giant,...

Class of 2014 adds class trip

October 23, 2013

By Rebecca Choi Staff Writer As a result of the successful dinner cruise on Junior Class Trip last year, a new trip has been planned for the Class of 2014. Neshaminy’s seniors will board the ‘Spirit of Philadelphia’...

Kaleidoscope of Bands

October 23, 2013

By Heather White Staff Writer On Oct. 26th, 2013, the Neshaminy High School Marching Band hosted the 21st annual Kaleidoscope of Bands, also known as K.O.B. K.O.B. is a competition where local marching bands compete in...

Class is in session. Remediation ready? Set go!

October 23, 2013

By Emily Martin Staff Writer In the process of succeeding in the second attempt, or maybe even the first attempt at the Keystone Exams, math teacher Dave Calderbank and Principal Rob McGee talk about the understanding of these...

Chess club makes its debut

October 23, 2013

What’s an activity that uses both sides of the brain, has been shown to help prevent Alzheimer’s and improves your memory? If you guessed Chess you would be correct. The brain is a muscle, and like any other muscle it needs...

Senior Dinner Cruise 2013

October 14, 2013

By Colleen Harley Staff Writer The Neshaminy class of 2014 always seems to do everything bigger and better than the classes before them, and for their senior year, there is no exception. When they were sophomores, instead...

Neshaminy’s National Honor Society induction ceremony

October 8, 2013

By Stephanie Harvey Web Editor This Wednesday evening, Oct. 9, the following students will be inducted into Neshaminy's NHS in the Theodore Kloos Theater. Congratulations to all the inductees! JUNIORS Abuliken, Amier Albarran,...

Environmental Action Club fights weeds, commits good deeds

October 1, 2013

By Nick Macelko Staff Writer On Sept. 26 the Environmental Action Club met after school to tear out weeds in the memorial garden located directly outside from the main stairwell. James Murray and James Maloney led this band...

Neshaminy Nature Club

September 24, 2013

Nick Macelko Staff Writer The Neshaminy nature club starts up September 23 and meets in D107 at 2:45. The club advisor is Brian Suter , the AP environmental science teacher. Nature club is ideal for anyone who wants to learn...

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