General tips and tricks for YSHS students taking AP exams

Students studying

By Steven Yao As May rolls around, so do the College Board’s Advanced Placement exams. From chemistry to Japanese language and culture, the exams cover a broad range of subjects. Every year, more than a million high school students sign up for the AP classes designed to prepare students for the exams. Kylie Delgado, a…

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Mackenzie Harr wins The Writer’s Eye Literary Competition

Mackenzie Harr

By Adison Godfrey Last month, freshman Mackenzie Harr won The Writer’s Eye Literary Competition, Creative York’s annual writing contest. She had submitted an original poem based on a piece of artwork in Creative York’s “One Earth” exhibit. She wrote about the artwork “The Fire and the Flood” by Maryann Worrell (pictured below). To celebrate the…

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Trojan Theatre performs final show of the year this weekend

Trojan Theatre cast

By Jeanne Lefort This weekend is Trojan Theatre’s final show of the year. They chose to perform “Almost, Maine.” Director Mrs. Mitchell says this play is different from any they’ve done before. “Each of the scenes only has two, maybe three actors in it at a time. So it’s advantageous to us because we can…

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Track team competes at the Pan-Ram Invitational

Gabby del Pielago

By Matthew Berg April 8th was the 34th annual Pan-Ram Invitational at Central Dauphin. This was a very big track meet that attracted dozens of teams from across the state.   Some of our very own athletes took home medals: Gabby del Pielago, Abby Butera, Faith Stewart, and Shane Regener. The Boys 4×8 got fifth, the…

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GSA encourages everyone to participate in Friday’s Day of Silence

Day of Silence

By Jeanne Lefort This Friday will be the annual Day of Silence. Every year, students across the country take a vow of silence to protest the harassment and discrimination members of the LGBTQ+ community experience in schools.  But why is this day necessary? Bella Hummel, a junior, says it can help people understand the daily…

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Dungeons and Dragons club fosters community at YS

Dungeons and Dragons Club

By Adison Godfrey This year, York Suburban High School got a new club—one dedicated to playing Dungeons and Dragons. Dungeons and Dragons, also known as D&D, is a fantasy tabletop role-playing game. It has enjoyed increased popularity in recent years due to its inclusion in the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” In the club’s first year…

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