Author Archives: Molly Force

From Seaholm Band to DYSO

Written by Molly Force and Sumer Ghazala Three Seaholm seniors have been asked to join a prestigious local music ensemble. Hailey Willet, Heather Shen, and Dylan Packard are improving their musical abilities by being members of the Dearborn Youth Symphony Orchestra, which is comprised of advanced musicians and includes an extensive repertoire. The musicians in the DYSO have master classes

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Central Administrators Moving to New Location

Birmingham Public Schools Central Administrators will be moving to a new building on June 7, according to the Director of Community Relations Marcia Wilkinson. The current board office, located at 550 West Merrill in downtown Birmingham, sold for two million dollars to Merrill Street Investments, LLC on October 16, 2012. The tentative closing date is June 10, 2013. The BPS

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Making a Difference

   A Seaholm student is looking to create a new way to provide meaningful relationships and fun activities for seriously ill people her age.    Junior Ari Walters wants to make a difference for teens with illnesses like Collin Trask, a former Seaholm student and very close friend of hers who recently died of brain cancer.   Walters was in

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Made in Michigan “Oz” Celebrates Local Roots

With contributions by Kathleen Davis Along a carpet resembling a certain yellow-bricked road on Tuesday, March 5, “Oz The Great and Powerful”, a special premiere was held at the Royal Oak Imagine Theatre to celebrate and screen the film for Michigan natives involved in the movie process. The made-in-Michigan film, which was released nationally March 8, is a new twist

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Laramie Project a Success

A tragedy can define a town. It can also strengthen a community. This is one of the many messages presented in The Laramie Project, a play which involves real interviews from the citizens of Laramie and addresses the aftermath of a deadly beating that forever changed a city. On Wednesday, Seaholm students presented this play to the sophomore, junior, and

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Lessons From Laramie

On Wednesday, November 7, The Laramie Project is coming to Seaholm. From 7:30 am to 10:15 am, students in grades ten through twelve will watch the play, following with a student-led discussion. First hour will start at 10:30 am and the rest of the day will be run with an abbreviated schedule. “The play is basically dealing with the aftermath

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Meet Dr. Nerad

  Building relationships with students, staff and the community.    That’s what Dr. Daniel Nerad, the new superintendent of Birmingham Public Schools, is already looking forward to.    “I’m excited by the students that I’ve met and the staff that I’ve met and their willingness to engage with me, to welcome me, but more than that I get the sense

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