Monthly Archives: April 2012

Girls Soccer Defeats Groves

Written by Sterling Johnson On Tuesday April 17, the girls varsity soccer team won their cross town showdown against their rival Groves Falcons, 1-0. Groves looked the part in warm-ups with their new alternate black jerseys and had momentum coming off some solid wins against Royal Oak and Hazel Park High School. But the Maples came out very convincingly with

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Page Commits to Kansas

Written by Jack Apap After months of deciding, senior Seaholm three star defensive end Neal Page accepted head coach Charlie Weis’ offer to play football for University of Kansas Jayhawks. Shortly after national signing day Page was offered by the Jayhawks on February 10th and he quickly scheduled a visit down to Lawrence. “It was a surprising yet exhilarating experience,”

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Tennis Loses Top Player to Injury

Written by Chelsea Abbott The Seaholm girl’s varsity tennis program will have a difficult obstacle to overcome this season. Nancy Benda, a junior tennis superstar, developed a stress fracture in her right navicular bone. The navicular bone is a small bone in the top of the right foot and is a very difficult bone to break as well as to

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Probe Into Racial Note Ongoing

With contributions by Simon Schuster and Harrison Watt Seaholm administrators continue to investigate a racial note that was found in Mathematics teacher Leslie Martin’s classroom on March 26. The note, left in Martin’s classroom, contained what the administration has referred to as “racial overtones”. The note drew parallels between 17 year-old Florida student Trayvon Martin, who was killed in late

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ISS Downlink: Making Contact

On May, 23, 2012 Seaholm will have the opportunity of hosting a once-in-a-lifetime experience for students throughout the Birmingham School District. 600 students will be granted the opportunity to take part in a downlink with the International Space Station and 20 students in grades 3-12 will be granted the opportunity to directly ask flight engineer, Joe Acaba, questions live on

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