Top 15’s of the Decade!

Cam'ron Hardy, Administrator

December 13, 2019

As the year winds down, we are entering a new decade and these are some of the most popular things from this decade! They are not in a specific order, they are just a compilation of the top things in that category   M...

10 Studying Tips To Help With Finals

December 4, 2019

Actually do your study guides It sounds like a given but most people don’t do them or just look for the answers without retaining any of the information. A lot of teachers also collect them for points so taking a p...

Fun Home play review

Aniyah Clemons, Editor

November 26, 2019

The Drama Club of performing arts displayed the play “Fun Home” on October 11th. the performance premiered years ago,and the plot is more than extraordinary, something that cannot be simplified in a few words. The play...

Sweeping Up Tardies

Emily Jordan, Feature Editor

April 1, 2019

Don’t get swept up in the halls of Alan B. Shepard- you might end up with a referral. The recent developments to Shepard’s tardy policy has been a controversial topic among the student and staff body. Some favor it, others bel...

Activities Impact Students on Many Levels

Nadia Amoah, Staff reporter

February 8, 2019

Some students worry that participating in extra curricular activities will take away too much time from their schoolwork, which can hurt their grades. However, research shows that extracurricular activities can actually improve...

The Not so Scary SAT

Alexis Delos Santos, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2019

From meeting new people to joining different sports and clubs, high school affects each and every one of us in numerous ways. Though no matter what path we take in our high school lives we all must face one obstacle: the SAT. ...

Winterfest Vs. Turnabout

Adam Safi

February 7, 2019

As the close of winter is upon us here at Alan B. Shepard, students start to turn their attentions to Winterfest. Winterfest is a dance hosted by Shepard for students so they can enjoy a fun night like homecoming but in a mo...

Freshman P.E. Changes

Jourdan Jackson and Brendan Zaker

October 1, 2018

This year the freshman at Shepard High have a different setup for their physical education classes. Instead of having one semester dedicated to health, and one for their regular P.E class, they now have combined these both...

Fake News and the Free Press

Fake News and the Free Press

September 28, 2018

New Parking Plan

Adam Safi, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018

       Does the idea of teachers taking over student parking spots seem fair? With a new school year, brings a new parking plan. This year in the parking lot behind the school, teachers will be the only people allowed to park in...

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