Windsor High School Student Writes New Science Fiction Fantasy Novel

Araya Miller, Staff Contributor

January 17, 2019

Filed under Creative Corner, Warrior Life

Talissa Colon, a Windsor High School junior, finished writing a science fiction fantasy novel she wrote titled, "The Revenge on Dyanthus." Colon began writing her book three years ago and with a combination of hard work and dedication, ...

Out With the Old, In With the New

Shani Smith

January 17, 2019

Filed under Warrior Life

On Tuesday, January 8th, a student commented on how he was surprised to hear Chief Executor, Mr. Jeffrey Goodin, shouting ¨Quiet on set!¨ across from his classroom. Since last school year at Windsor High, talk of the announcements...

How to prepare for midterm exams

Julia Steinberg, Staff Contributor

January 17, 2019

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With midterm exams coming up, it’s essential for Windsor High School students to begin to take steps to ensure that they perform to the best of their abilities. Following Martin Luther King day, midterm exams will occur over ...

In-School Winter Concert Gets Students in the Holiday Mood Before Departure

Niesha Patterson

January 17, 2019

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Before students left on their delightful winter break on Dec. 21, Windsor High School's Music Department coordinated the "Joy to the World" in-school winter concert featuring the band, choir groups, and orchestra. The three groups...

Windsor High School Percussionist Accepted into Distinguished Music Festival

December 17, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Warrior Life

 Zoe Gosselin, a Windsor High School senior, was selected to participate in the Northern Region High School Music Festival after auditions were held on Nov. 3 at Avon High School. The Northern Region High School Music Festiv...

Future of English curriculum lies in the hands of high school students

Shani Smith

December 6, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase, Warrior Life

Earlier this year, English teacher, Ms. Andrea Chudzik, and library administrator, Mr. Kevin McGee, started  a project to change the cannon of literature  in our English curriculum. Presently, the group is working towards eliminating...

Beloved Windsor High Teacher Plans his Retirement After Next Year

December 6, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Warrior Life

Francis Halish,  a mainstay at Windsor high for 34 years now, has touched an inconceivable amount of people with his contributions to the school. Now with his retirement set in the summer of 2020, we all prepare to say g...

Windsor High is visited by alum and other exciting guests

Alex Peterson, Editor

November 19, 2018

Filed under Alumni Spotlight, Warrior Life

 On October 24th members of Windsor High's leadership council, Young Men’s leadership academy, and The Big Sisters mentoring program was visited by Windsor alumni Jakwan Simmons, his brothers from phi beta sigma fraternity,...

Students Develop Life Skills in Windsor High School’s AP Art Course

Araya Miller, Staff Constributer

November 16, 2018

Filed under Creative Corner, Warrior Life

The doors open to Windsor High School’s two art rooms rendering multicolored paintings adorning the walls, sculptures on display, and work tables bedecked in paint, brushes, and canvases. These rooms occupy seniors who continue to i...

Boomerang: How Fashion from the 80s and 90s has Made a Comeback Among Teens in 2018

Julia Steinberg, Staff Contributor

November 16, 2018

Filed under Warrior Life

If one were to look around the halls of Windsor High School, they might find an abundance of scrunchies, a substantial amount of striped garments, and a great deal of high-waisted “mom jeans”. These trends are reminiscent...

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