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Aladdin takes SPF students on a magic carpet ride

Aladdin takes SPF students on a magic carpet ride

On Jan, 18th, the students in both concert choir and band took a trip to New York City. The students saw the musical “Aladdin” at the New Amsterdam theater.   The purpose of the trip was for music department students to see a professional show to experience their own interests in a professional environment.  

Poetry Out Loud inspires students

SPFHS’s best poetry reciters competed in the schools finals for the “Poetry Out Loud” competition on Wednesday, Jan. 17th, to determine who would move on to regional finals. Poetry out loud is a nationwide poetry reciting competition, created by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, where students from across the country

SPFHS’ new cyber security club

by Erica Schindler There is something new for the students of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School this year. Earlier this school year, a brand new Cybersecurity Club was founded. Freshmen Matt London and Coby Rodriguez started the club, which aims to teach students about how networks are hacked. Members of the club will eventually be able

Model UN travels to Hershey

On Jan. 5, 2018, 54 delegates from the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School delegation drove to Hershey Lodge to take part in the annual Model United Nations conference. The conference, which lasted from Jan. 5 – 7, hosted a number of schools from New Jersey, New York, and Delaware. The theme or the conference his year

Business development day for SPFHS students

On Monday January 8th, 2018 members of Future Business Leaders of America and Distributive Education Clubs of America, as well as  students in the marketing business classes at Scotch Plains Fanwood High School took a trip to Rutgers University in New Brunswick to participate in Junior Achievement”s  Professional Development Day. Junior Achievement of New Jersey

SPFHS winter choral concert hits all the right notes

The Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School winter choral concert took place the night of Wednesday, Dec. 20. The concert featured multiple selections—many being holiday or winter themed—sung by the school’s concert choir and various after school choirs. The auditorium was packed with supportive friends, family, and recent graduates home for break, all of whom were excited