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Caring with Grace – Helping Families in Need

Caring with Grace – Helping Families in Need

Francesca Ordonez and Dorothea Mackey

December 10, 2019

Check out this flier from Caring With Grace about donating some items to help families in need this holiday season.

Coach Kelley – Touching Students’ Hearts Since ’78

Coach Kelley – Touching Students’ Hearts Since ’78

Sofia Sarak, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

In 1978, Frederick Kelley began his first year teaching at Stamford High School. More than 40 years later, he is still here - teaching, coaching, and acting as a loving father figure for teachers and students alike. What makes this man so special?    Kelley spent nearly his entire life in Stamf...

Tutoring, Trips, and College Admissions

Tutoring, Trips, and College Admissions

Anjely Aragon, Correspondent

November 21, 2019

If you are a student of low income, or first0-generation American, or the child of two parents who didn't attend college, you may be eligible to join "Upward Bound." Correspondent Anjely Aragon has more.

Straight to the point: New SHS student is a pencil drawing prodigy

Straight to the point: New SHS student is a pencil drawing prodigy

Briana Gordon, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

While most high school students are at home watching Netflix, this student is developing into one of the best pencil artists Stamford High has ever seen after just moving to America only a few months ago.    Rafaque Hughes, 17, is a Stamford High School senior and pencil artist who moved here ...

SHS Senior creates Buddy Benches for Elementary School

SHS Senior creates Buddy Benches for Elementary School

Emily Sasser and Nicola Seager

October 23, 2019

Newest eagle scout member, Joe Nathanson, a senior at Stamford High School, has developed his own community-gathering project called “Buddy Benches”. Nathanson’s spark for this idea stemmed from his own childhood fear of not being included by his peers. The “Buddy Benches” are Nathanson’s cr...

Greatest Teaching Success Stories

Greatest Teaching Success Stories

Isabella Ranero and Christina Mazzeo

October 23, 2019

SHS teachers share some of their stories about successful students they've had in the past with reporters Christina Mazzeo and Izzy Ranero.

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year Black Knight Nation

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year Black Knight Nation

Abby Wexler, Editor-in-Chief

September 3, 2019

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year. No matter if it is your first or last year as a part of Black Knight Nation, we all are starting a new year with new challenges. Each year will be an adjustment, you will have better and worse years, but you will always be a part of this community and have Black K...

Thank You: Saying Goodbye to This Year’s Retiring Teachers

Thank You: Saying Goodbye to This Year’s Retiring Teachers

Taylor Yaghmaie, Anistyn Boshka, and Joe Nathanson

June 17, 2019

As the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end, we reflect on the contributions students and staff made to the Stamford High School Community. Stamford High School is a family in which each individual has their own immense impact on our Black Knight community. Stamford High fosters some teachers that ...

Seniors Receive Letters From Freshman Selves

Seniors Receive Letters From Freshman Selves

Amanda Olshan and Rebecca Rakowitz

June 14, 2019

Four years ago, Features Editor Rebecca Rakowitz organized a project where freshmen wrote letters to themselves as seniors, which were delivered by email at the end of this May. Current Features Editor Amanda Olshan talked to them about how they've changed over the last four years...

What the Hell? The Satanic Temple Isn’t What You Might Think

What the Hell? The Satanic Temple Isn’t What You Might Think

Isabella Sorial, Editor-in-Chief

June 14, 2019

Would you be interested in joining an organization that promotes equality, rejects tyranny and advocates practical ethical values? A few months ago I felt lost. It seemed like all I saw were twitter battles and fake news on facebook. The left was a little too sensitive and the right was too religious. I...

Have a Great Summer – But Wear Your Sunscreen!

Have a Great Summer – But Wear Your Sunscreen!

Zoie Chan, Arts Editor

June 13, 2019

As summer readily approaches, we are constantly reminded to put on sunscreen. Though most of us have heard warnings about going straight into the sun bare faced, not many of us know the actual extent of the risk. Whether it is conserving a youthful appearance or protecting yourself against skin cancer, s...

Being More Eco-Friendly Starts With YOU!

Being More Eco-Friendly Starts With YOU!

Shayna Druckman, Editor-in-Chief

June 10, 2019

With youth protests about climate change, plastic straw bans, and videos of an urgent Bill Nye circling on Twitter it is clear that the world is facing mounting concerns about the fate of our environment. Stirring widespread anger and fear to activate the public is one thing, but implementing real ch...

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