The Round Table is a student-run news site that aims to provide accurate and quality informational pieces regarding school news, events and incidents. We write ethically about relevant topics and important issues that concern the student body of Stamford High School. We promise to be thorough and clear in our reporting and abide by the rules set forth by the Associated Press to bring our readers the best experience. We also strive to achieve an ideal balance between serious content and fun, lighthearted material.
The Stamford High School Round Table is a digital newspaper published by the students of Stamford High School. The Round Table is written primarily for the approximately 1,800 students attending Stamford High School, and is available online. According to our oldest records, The Round Table was first published in 1972 by the students of Stamford High School. It originated as a print-only newspaper before evolving into an all-online publication in 2013. At any given time, The Round Table has a staff of about 100-120 writers, governed by a team of 16 editors and two advisers, who work to produce articles, videos, photographs and other media for our site. For more information, please contact one of our faculty advisers, Jon Ringel ([email protected]) or Ryan Hough ([email protected]).