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Link Crew leaders Kellie Yoshida and Abi Edwards pose with teacher Elizabeth Hamer, the Link Crew supervisor for Back to School Night.

Wilsonville hosts annual “Back to School” night

Grace Yaso, Academics Editor September 14, 2018

As the first few weeks of school get under way, the staff holds a Back to School Night every year for parents of students at Wilsonville High School. This allows parents to meet their children’s teachers...

Mr. Schuster tackles fears about AP Biology

Mr. Schuster tackles fears about AP Biology

Meghann Yochim, staff writer September 7, 2018

If you’re ever wondering what some of the hardest classes to take in high school are, just ask any of the upperclassmen and at least one of them will mention AP Biology. But what makes this class difficult,...

Wilsonville students prep for the new school year

Gabby Leon, staff writer September 7, 2018

With the beginning of a new school year and incoming freshmen entering high school for the first time, it’s always nice to start a new school year with a positive attitude and feeling prepared for the...

Link crew is here to help incoming freshman

Zoe Lyons, staff writer August 31, 2018

Back to school can be stressful for anyone, but it can be terrifying for freshman; A brand new school, brand new teachers, and brand new faces. The transition from from middle school to high school...

Mr. Coller dives into a new class

Mr. Coller dives into a new class

Brayden Poling, staff writer August 31, 2018

This year will be Mr. Coller’s first year teaching marine biology at Wilsonville High School and he’s eager to make kids understand the importance of the ocean in everyday life and fee as connected...

Kayla Leon-Guerrero completes her AP Physics during lunch.  AP students worked hard over the summer to get ready for the new school year.

Brief summers and prolonged assignments

Meghann Yochim, staff writer August 31, 2018

With school starting at break-neck speed, everyone is questioning whether we even had a summer break this year. Some had stressful summers that included extensive jobs and lengthy trips. What could possibly...

Wilsonville pilots academic seminar program

Wilsonville pilots academic seminar program

Ian Flynn, staff writer August 31, 2018

With two academic seminars under the school’s belt; we’re learning about the administration’s new approach to reach out to students and fill the collaborative time. We’ve interviewed Ms. Rott,...

Mr. Mitchell presented the math lesson to his students. He is looking forward to this school year at Wilsonville High School.

New year, familiar faces

Grace Yaso, Academics Editor August 31, 2018

As the number of students at Wilsonville High School increases, so does the need for teachers. This year, the need for mathematics teachers was very great. The administration resolved this pressing issue...

Robotics finishes first day of qualifiers

Fernanda Oropeza, Staff writer April 20, 2018

The robotics team has just  finished their first day of quals in 14th place in the Carver Division. They are competing in company with teams from the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Israel, Turkey, Australia,...

Student’s thoughts on being involved

Allie Forsterer, Writer April 20, 2018

Throughout high school you are constantly being told to get involved.  Everyone says you need to build your resume to get into the best school and that being in as many things as possible is the key to...

Mr. Canales is a very popular teacher at Wilsonville High School

Spanish heritage: a new approach to teaching world languages

Fernanda Oropeza, Writer April 9, 2018

  Spanish Heritage is a new and first language class that is primarily for bilingual kids who  have entered their first year of High school. Mr. Canales, who is also a new teacher this year, is...

The flag of the United Nations

Model United Nations prepares for the 2018 conference

Fernanda Oropeza, Writer April 8, 2018

Oregon Model UN is when schools from all over Oregon pick countries and debate their issues. At Wilsonville High School, they chose four specific countries: Syria, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, and Austria....

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