Letter to the Editor

submitted to Jared Schwartz ‘18 Dear Warrior Staff, As a long-time reader of your esteemed newspaper, I am extremely concerned with your paper’s stance on global warming. With the closing of the winter months, many people, including scientists, have expressed the false belief that global warming has somehow caused this winter to be unusually warm. In fact, they seem to believe … Read More

Sherwood Travel Ban Draws Controversy

by Josh Averbach ‘18 In response to concerns about school security, Sherwood’s administration has implemented a temporary “travel ban” on students from Blake, Quince Orchard, Walter Johnson, and Paint Branch from entering school premises for any reason. The administration has determined that unsavory elements within these schools may present a risk to Sherwood’s security. This means that the barred schools’ … Read More

Principal Gregory Slams The Warrior

by Frank Platko ‘18 After a series of print and online articles reporting on possible ties between Principal Bill Gregory and the administrations of rival schools Magruder and Blake, Gregory has continued to attack the media through a series of tweets. “Do not believe the FAKE NEWS Warrior newspaper, Huck is a total lightweight. They’re the enemy of the students. … Read More

Over the Years, Teacher and Student Have Become BFF

by Natalie Murray ‘18 Junior Angelo Ruiz arrives at the fourth period class that he aides in. He runs over to his friend’s desk, says, “Hi Christine!” and hugs her tightly while jumping up and down excitedly. Afterwards, Ruiz walks to his desk and sits down, while his friend walks to the center of the room and says, “Alright class, … Read More

Students Respond to Absence of Exams

by Lexi Paidas ‘17 When normally the halls would be filled with the sounds of students running around asking teachers questions and for extra last-second help, only an eerie silence remained. The first semester without exams has produced much different student attitudes than expected. Instead of being happy and relaxed without the weight of exams on their shoulders, students are … Read More

How To Deal with the Fact That You’re Single

by Alex Le ‘17 1) Utilize Friendships In your times of trials and tribulations with singleness, friendship is the ultimate remedy. To deal with being single and sad, you’re going to need the support of your friends 24/7. While real-life friends are great, they aren’t awake every hour of the day like the Internet. The best way to make online … Read More

New Hunger Games Survival Class Strives To Prepare Students for Trump Presidency

by Natalie Murray ‘18 Following the election, many young people expressed uncertainty about Donald Trump running the country. Some feared for their rights, their safety, and even their lives. However, most teenagers that are wary of a Trump presidency feel unable to do anything to assuage these fears, so English and Theatre teacher Chris Goodrich decided to take action. He … Read More

New Program Prevents Students from Roaming Hallways or Leaving at Lunch

by Chase Wilson ‘17 Sherwood is spearheading a revolutionary pilot program in an attempt to control the increasing number of wandering students in the halls. The program separates chosen students from the rest of the student body by moving them into a section of the school that has been made completely escape-proof. Labeled “Purposefully Punctual,” the program is expected to … Read More

Administration Hires Bounty Hunters To Stop Students from Skipping School

by Josh Averbach ‘18 In a few months, the seniors will participate in a phenomenon known as “Senior Skip Day.” As one can tell by the name, Senior Skip Day is a tradition in which the seniors collectively decide to skip school together. But this year, the tradition may be in danger. In an effort to curb the despicable behavior … Read More