Students in grades nine through twelve may elect to work on The Gorilla
, a unique publication in that it offers a great deal more than just news; it provides passionate and often times provocative political commentary, representing a wide range of viewpoints, and conveys the social climate of our school. It regularly features student photography and other artwork, making it more than just a newspaper, but rather, an important vehicle of expression.
The Gorilla Archive
An archive of past and present Gorillas
is available. Note: You must be logged into the portal to access this material.
Middle schoolers have their own newsletter with helpful study tips along with on campus news and events.
The secondary school yearbooks are largely student designed and produced. Past and current parents create memories for elementary school students.
Our literary magazine Pan Paniscus, features student fiction, art and photography.
Also a product of student work, showcases student photography.