Best of SNO

#93
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Richmond High School
7
Published Stories for
Richmond High School
in 2018-2019
#92
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Richmond High School
Stories from Richmond High School
Career Center trades program helps students build their future
Features

Crystal Tran | May 20, 2019

Whether it’s outside or inside, on school or an off property job, sunny or pouring down rain, a big or small project, the RHS construction team has been working at a professional level to help create…

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How self-care impacts students daily
Features

Kaiya McMahan | April 18, 2019

WHEN freshman Mallory Sparks didn’t take self-care seriously, she suffered from huge hives because of stress with school. It was testing time and she didn’t take time to breathe and learned the hard…

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Activism in a small town
Features

Crystal Tran | April 17, 2019

NATALIE walks down the streets of Washington, D.C, she walks with thousands of people with posters and passion to protest against Donald Trump and stand up for women’s rights. Samuel lays in his bed,…

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Students thoughts on foreign languages
Features

Amariah Smith | April 10, 2019

High school is a time to try new things, explore, and experience activities outside of one’s comfort zone. Having different choices for a foreign language is very important to many students. For some,…

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Sports attract all body types
Sports

Jasmin Lykke | April 10, 2019

The room is filled with people, everyone’s eyes are on self-conscious Brooke. She glances around at her diverse team, comparing herself to her teammates. She imagines the spectators’ judgments about…

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Students buy Maddie Made apparel
News

Amariah Smith | March 18, 2019

Maddie Brunton is thinking of ideas for new designs for her business. She has started selling clothing, jewelry, magnets, and cups on Instagram and Facebook. Her business so far is a big success and…

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Society’s view on virginity
Opinions

Crystal Tran | March 5, 2019

She is overcome with confusion as she lays in her bed. A personal choice is starting to seem less like her own, and more like society’s. Walking through the hallways, she can hear people talking about…

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