Photos provided by Seaholm seniors. Graphic by Whitney Hockman. By Melanie Taylor Seniors at Seaholm High School have often found themselves butting heads with the administration over a number of things ranging from the way the student section is run to their right to a senior prank come spring. Never, though, has the relationship between… Read More Senior Tradition Prohibited by Staff
Photo By Caroline Owens Seniors Audrey Ladd and Jack Schumaker are congratulated by principal Kyle Hall on their achievements over their high school careers. For one night at the conclusion of every school year, the faculty and administration honor the accomplishments and growth of the graduating class since their time at Seaholm began with the… Read More Seaholm Awards Exemplary Graduating Seniors
Seaholm High School’s mock election was held today on October 27, 2016. Students and staff voted for the presidential candidates, congressional candidates, school board candidates, and the millage proposal. Read the results here.
By Charlotte Hoppen On Tuesday, March 8, the presidential primary elections in Michigan took place. Senior Jack Lawson had just turned 18 and registered to vote, and this primary would be the first time he voted. In the morning, Lawson and his father headed over to Derby Middle School, which is their registered voting precinct… Read More Should This Shirt Keep You From Voting?
The Seaholm Women’s Swim Team is off to a hot start this season, winning their first three meets against Lake Orion, Farmington and Cranbrook, and also putting a remarkable fight against their biggest rival, the Rochester Adams Highlanders. Seaholm senior captain Grace Guevara has an extremely positive attitude toward the season and its future. “So… Read More Girls Swim Team Off to Successful Start
On the eighteenth birthday of an American citizen, they become an adult. They are tried as such in a court of law, they become allowed to purchase certain items that were once forbidden and they are granted the right to vote. With the presidential election nearing on the horizon, 18 year old Seaholm students are… Read More Seaholm’s Pending Primary
Senator Rick Jones has recently developed state Senate Bill 332, which would change the Minor In Possession (MIP) policy in the state of Michigan. In the state of Michigan, MIPs are distributed to anyone under the age of 21 who possesses alcohol or has consumed alcohol above the legal limit, which is a 0.02 Blood… Read More Possible Changes to the MIP Policy