One of the biggest changes brought in by Sean Hamer, the new Head of the Middle School, has been the new—and stricter—cell phone policy, which has not been well-received by many students. Continue reading Editorial: The Cell Phone Policy
When school starts in September, any boy in the Middle School can lace up his cleats and start or continue playing soccer for GFS. But why can’t 6th grade girls play soccer?
Most people think that life is better in middle school than in lower school. There are many similarities and differences in Lower and Middle school.
Middle school is over for me and the other sixty-six humans with whom I have now spent much too much time over the past three years. So first, a congratulation: we actually made it! We managed to live through the first of the awkward years, the painful and humiliating years. The years that at family gatherings our relatives cringe to hear we are currently encountering. The stressful, socially inept and hormonally imbalanced years have descended upon us, and we have made it through eighth grade. Continue reading The Awkward Years: a middle school retrospective
Written by Madeleine McGrath and Louisa Hanson
“Sugg? That’s a dumb name.” -Rhonda
Bethany Mota. Connor Franta. Troye Sivan. Selena Gomez. Zoe Sugg.
Which one doesn’t belong?