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Twelve Years a What?

February 10, 2014 by Martha Mastrianni In 1841, Solomon Northup, a free black man living and working in Saratoga Springs, was tricked and captured by slave traders. He was sold into slavery in Louisiana, where he worked at various plantations. After twelve years and multiple attempts to escape, Northup finally got word to his family, … Continue reading »

PHOTOS & AUDIO: Poetry Out Loud’s first day brings out more than 20 contestants

UPDATE: Winners of Poetry Out Loud at the school level are Nora Donnellan ’17 and Liam McKenna ’16. January 16, 2013 Photos by Eli Fisher On Wednesday afternoon, the teaching auditorium was filled by a group of over 20 students reciting poems they had memorized to judges (a group of six teachers) and spectators for … Continue reading »

Ten steps to a perfect college essay

October 21, 2013 by Martha Mastrianni Read the essay choices on the Common App website. Pick the one that makes the most sense for you. This will be different for everyone. MAKE AN OUTLINE! I cannot stress how important this is. Make sure every part of the question is on the outline. Write your first … Continue reading »

Distance Learning: the future of education?

October 21, 2013 by Martha Mastrianni For the past three school years, Saratoga Springs High School has been offering Distance Learning classes in Japanese and Mandarin Chinese. Distance Learning provides students with the opportunity to study a new language, even though there are no Chinese or Japanese teachers here at Saratoga Springs High School. Until … Continue reading »

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