Category: FEATURE

Seniors recommend classes to take next year

Seniors recommend classes to take next year

Lauren NewmanLauren is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is the an editor for the school news magazine, The Eagle Eye. She is also a senior class senator and president of Mu Alpha Theta.More Posts

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Canine Companions host DogFest Walk ‘n Roll

Canine Companions host DogFest Walk ‘n Roll

Canine Companions is a non-profit organization that aims to better the lives of people with disabilities by providing them with trained service dogs. Being the largest non-profit provider for assistance dogs, Canine Companions maintains a meticulous course of action to ensure that each dog is highly trained, making them suitable to assist and form a lasting relationship with their owner. […]

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Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

Douglas junior joins Macy’s Day Parade

What’s more American than baseball, hotdogs, and apple pie? Thanksgiving, turkey and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! If you were watching the parade this year, you might have caught a glimpse of Stoneman Douglas’s Robbie Flory locking in a beat as part of the Macy’s Great American Marching Band. As part of the Eagle Regiment Marching band, junior Robbie Flory plays various […]

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Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Douglas senior makes Army All-American Band

Williams Paek wanted to be part of a tradition – a tradition of musical excellence and marching mastery, a tradition that only allows 125 high school musicians from across the U.S. to join each year, a tradition that Douglas High School’s Band program has been a part of for the last four years. Will is following four fellow Eagle Regiment […]

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Samantha’s Library promotes literacy among children

Samantha’s Library, a sanctioned non-profit organization created by junior Samantha Schneid, works to increase literacy rates among children by raising money in order to buy and collect books. “Right now we’re in our initial stages of the organization” Schneid said.  “Our immediate goal right now is to raise money to donate books to children who don’t have access to them […]

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(Photo Gallery) Eagle Regiment Places 2nd in the FMBC State Finals on November 21, 2015

(Photo Gallery) Eagle Regiment Places 2nd in the FMBC State Finals on November 21, 2015

After months of dedication, discipline, and hard work, our very own Eagle Regiment proudly placed second out of nineteen class 5A bands competing in the FMBC State Finals this Saturday, November 21, 2015. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”15″ gal_title=”Eagle Regiment Places 2nd at FMBC Finals 2015″] Liam HuttonLiam Hutton is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who spends most of his time looking through […]

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Douglas's Mu Alpha Theta chapter, sitting side by side with past awards

Clubs At MSD

ANIME CLUB Headed by Ashley Kurth, Douglas’ Anime Club meets every Friday in room 512 immediately after school. The club is open to all students that seek to learn more about their passion for anime. ASIAN CLUB The Asian Club is advised by Mrs. Simmons in room 721, and meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 2:50 pm., and […]

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Not My Daughter, a race for a cure

Not My Daughter, a race for a cure

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the Sparrow family, this means banding together to raise money to help find a cure for this terrible disease that has claimed the lives of millions. Kristen Sparrow is a 12th grader and her sister Erica is a 10th grader at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Along with their mother Lauren, they have been members of […]

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Caw Caw Book Club

Caw Caw Book Club

The Caw Caw Book Club: It’s a new year and a new book club! Mrs. Falkowski and Mrs. Haneski, the leaders of the MSD book club, have started off this year with a whole new set of books and plans for increasing the excitement. “The goals of the book club are to complete the teen reading book list, compete in […]

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Balancing High School

Balancing High School

High school is a balancing act for most teenagers. But what happens when you add in a bunch of AP classes, marching band two-four nights a week, and attending football games while still keeping it all together? This is the life of senior Lia Groulx almost every week during the fall. Groulx has been a dedicated member of the Eagle Regiment Marching Band at […]

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