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AP, or Advanced Placement, tests are administered through CollegeBoard, where you can find lots of resources to prepare for the tests!


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor April 20, 2021

The end of the school year is once again approaching and you know what that means: AP tests!  Millions of students across the country will sit for the three and a half hour long exams given during...

Despite a very long year of uncertainty, the COVID-19 vaccine is finally available and nearly 100 million U.S. citizens have been vaccinated!


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor March 10, 2021

Almost one year ago, on Friday the 13 of March 2020, COVID-19 closed schools across the country, for what many thought would only be two weeks.  Like many, I was excited for what felt like an extended...

Netflix parties are a great way to get the experience of watching a show together, even if you might be far apart!


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor February 11, 2021

It’s been years since elementary school with Valentine’s Day parties and boxes, at least for Chelsea, but the holiday is still a great celebration of love. This year, festivities will probably be different...

Featured is a survey of students at Trinity High School regarding their opinions on resolutions.


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor January 21, 2021

10, 9, 8, 7…  it’s time for resolutions! Great. Sure, each new year promises a plethora of opportunities for growth and progress, but for many it also brings the dread of resolutions. By this point...

Above all, 2020 will be remembered as a year full of masks and social distancing during the pandemic.


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor December 17, 2020

This year has been awful. There’s no other way to say it. 2020 will be remembered as the worst year in many people’s lives, and for good reason.  Everyone has had a different approach to this year....

There are plenty of COVID-19 friendly activities to do this year, such as going to see Christmas lights.


Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor November 17, 2020

Deck the halls and hit the stores, it’s officially (almost) Christmas...right? Well, maybe. Unfortunately, COVID-19 will not be taking a Christmas break this year. If you ask me, someone needs to put...


Emma Liggett, A&E Editor October 1, 2020

The school year finally has begun after many long months of being in quarantine. This year will be very different for everyone. Some people, like myself, are doing all of our school work from the confines...


Jonathan Brodak, Feature Editor May 19, 2020

Oh, hello! I’m sure that by now you are all well acquainted with the current series of events. If you’re like me, then you’re probably sick about hearing about these “unprecedented times” and...

What Would Chelsea Do?

Jonathan Brodak, Feature Editor September 27, 2019

The school year of 2019-2020 has finally begun. For some, it is the beginning of their high school journey, for others, such as myself, it is the conclusive chapter. This article was created to help out...


Maddie Spencer May 22, 2019

We have finally made it to an end of an era. I sadly have to turn over my position of WWCD. Although this journey has been lengthy, it has been rewarding. For example, I learned how to completely write...


Maddie Spencer March 15, 2019

As I reflect back on the majority of my high school career, I ask myself, what could I have done differently? What are my regrets? Though I only have a few, I wonder how my life would be different if I...


Maddie Spencer February 13, 2019

Valentine's Day is one of the most confusing holidays of the year. The only holiday I can even think that is more odd is Groundhog Day. Honestly, what is the purpose of celebrating Valentine’s Day if...

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