Seniors College Picks

Macy Manchester ‘18: As a new school year comes around, seniors are starting to apply and think about their college future. When deciding a college, students factor in price, location and campus size. Here are ...
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Homecoming: It’s Boys vs. Girls

Allyson Berrios ‘20 & Haley Golembiewski ‘20: Homecoming: a week long event that all culminates with one night of dancing. How much planning really goes into this night? It’s boys vs. girls. When com...

Class of 2018 Fundraising

Macy Manchester ‘18: Some say senior year is all about fun. Seniors final homecoming, pep assemblies, and powder puff game. Their first prom, senior all night party, and graduation. However, none of these activ...

Homecoming on a Budget

Katie Medley ‘20: Students spend hundreds of dollars each year as homecoming season approaches. Girls: scrambling to find a beautiful dress for a decent price. Boys: remain confused, “What’s the difference betw...

Preparing for the SAT

Megan Ferguson ‘19: Junior year, the year of the SAT, can be the cause of stress for many juniors.  Knowing how to prepare helps to decrease the stress, which can lead to getting the best score possible. The te...

Homecoming Week Festivities

Kayla Kieleszewski ‘18: It’s that time of year again. Homecoming. This means a week filled with fun events and activities each day. This years theme, Hollywood, begins Monday, October 2nd, as the seniors...

Homecoming in Hollywood

Isabella Capanda ‘19: Homecoming. What some call the most exciting event of the school year. Student council pours in endless hours and untold amounts of effort to make this occasion flawless. For the 2017 Home...

The Rivalry Continues

Ryan Nawrocki ‘18, Adam Sebastian ‘19 & Justin McNulty ‘20: Two Teams. Two schools, seven miles apart. Two fan bases with bitter feelings towards each other. On Friday, September 22, Romeo and E...

New School, Same Romeo

Macy Manchester ‘18: Returning to school after summer break, new rules and changes around the school greeted students at the door. Starting this school year, the main issue students are concerned about are the ...

2017-18 Dawg Pound

Kayla Kieleszewski ‘18- Romeo’s pride is unlike any school in the county. Game after game, the “Dawg Pound” travels distances to watch their beloved Bulldogs battle it out on the court, field, or arena. As trad...