NKHS Surveyworks Results and Impact

Joseph Vento , Political Correspondent
March 5, 2021

Each spring, North Kingstown High School students are given the opportunity to provide the administration and faculty with feedback related to all areas of school, from social-emotional learning, to school...

Unique year presents unique challenges for yearbook production

Ryan Lucowicz, Staff Writer
March 2, 2021

The yearbook class runs every year at North Kingstown High School for students to design a book for the school community. It preserves all memories of that particular year so students have a chance to...

The oversaturation of streaming services

Nicholas Benjamin , Staff Writer
March 2, 2021

A few weeks ago, I was looking for a movie online that a teacher was talking about. We needed to watch it for an assignment given over the weekend, so I figured that I could watch it on Netflix. However,...

Latest in technology shown off at CES

Linden Rogers, Staff Writer
January 22, 2021

Every January, in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Consumer Electronics Show takes place. This is where tech companies from around the world show off their latest concepts, talk about their vision of the future...

Senioritis Revelations

Being the oldest gives a feeling of security . . . that could be the way you change your act, the way you dress, and even just saying ‘hi’ to people in the hallways.
Michael Vento, Editor-in-Chief
January 22, 2021

As the holiday season has come and gone, the pivotal academic period for seniors has most likely passed. As college season approaches, most students at North Kingstown High School will be receiving acceptances...

Secondary schools moving away from College Board courses and exams

Despite the College Board being listed as a not-for-profit organization under the national tax code, the organization generates $840 million dollars of revenue each year.
Joe Vento , Political Correspondent
January 22, 2021

In recent years, educational institutions have called into question the usefulness of offering college board exams and courses in their district/schools. Certain districts have flat out eliminated AP courses...

The Blindside of Weather

Samantha Campbell, News Editor
November 19, 2020

  As we evolve into the future, more opportunities are growing for people in disability communities. People with disabilities have always been at a disadvantage to the regular work world, but with...

Thanksgiving with COVID

Kelly Deignan, Staff Writer
November 12, 2020

Thanksgiving is coming up. Yet this year will prove different from others because of numerous impacts relative to COVID-19. The virus could possibly take the joy and fun away from Thanksgiving. Nobody...

Know the North Kingstown High School administration

Samantha Campbell, News Editor
November 12, 2020

When people think about schools, they think about teachers and students. Even though the students and teachers are the soul of the school, we can’t forget about the spine. The administrative team...

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