Senior Reflection- Sean McCarthy

June 15, 2018

 Sleepy Hollow High School has made a huge impact on my life and who I am. One of the major things that impacted me was playing football here. Playing three years on varsity was some of the best times of my life. I was able to meet new people and share memories with my best friends. Although we we...

Senior Reflection– Leah Scarpati

June 15, 2018

I found my voice in music when I was eight years old and started playing drum set. Since then, I’ve played in countless bands of varying genres, been recognized on several occasions at local, state, and national levels, and got accepted to one of the top music colleges in the world. Despite all this,...

Ms. Burrello’s Farewell

Ms. Jessica Burrello, Senior Class Advisor

June 15, 2018

It is with a heavy heart that I bid farewell to the class of 2018. The graduates have shown great perseverance and strength to reach this great milestone in their lives. Our Sleepy family will greatly miss the humor, spunk, and creativity that their class has shown over these four years. Together we...

Sleepy Hollow High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2018

June 13, 2018

Olivia Rudder             Olivia Rudder finishes her high school career at the top of her class and with a great attitude regarding her experience at Sleepy Hollow High School. She shared that she loves the Class of 2018 and the friendly competition that exists between her and her classmates. ...

A Brief History of Student-Led Protests

A Brief History of Student-Led Protests

Asana Love

May 4, 2018

Throughout history, student-led protests have had the ability to bring a new level of recognition to social issues. The first documented protest took place during the mid-eighteenth century at Harvard University, when a number of students brought attention to the quality of the food they were being served....

Has Technology Made Us Afraid to be Alone?

Lusi Almanzar

May 4, 2018

Has Technology Made Us Afraid to be Alone? by  Lusi Almanzar   There is no doubt that technology has completely changed the way humans interact. Technology has allowed humans to communicate with each other faster and easier than ever before. But has it negatively affected our social interactions as...

Super Bowl Recap: Philadelphia Burns Down (In a Good Way)

Joe Rickles, Editor

March 13, 2018

The first Sunday of February is always bittersweet for football fans, and this year was no different. Though the end of the 2017-2018 football season was fast approaching, the nation was given a climactic ending to an exciting year. Super Bowl 52 featured the New England Patriots, led by five-time champion...

Cons of Mindfulness

March 13, 2018

“Every time someone says to be mindful, I get more annoyed and stressed” says a Sleepy student about the new Mindfulness campaign. This campaign has purely good intentions, but its intentions are far from its results. Talking to Sleepy’s highly competitive seniors, who have watched the nascent...

The Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness

Asana Love, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

Mindfulness, as defined by Merriam-Webster is the act of, “maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one’s thoughts, emotions, or experiences”. This practice has been incorporated into some recent homeroom sessions to inform the student body of how to effectively...

Sleepy Coffee Article

Hannah Miller

January 9, 2018

On any given morning, chances are you’ll see a student or a teacher drinking from a cup of coffee. While many students usually get their caffeine fix from Dunkin Donuts, Muddy Waters, or their own homes, that no longer has to be the case, as a brand new coffee shop has opened right here in Sleepy Hol...

To Pledge or Not To Pledge?

To Pledge or Not To Pledge?

Sarah Clayton

January 4, 2018

Widespread indifference to the Pledge speaks volumes about our generation's decreased interest in political action, patriotic or otherwise.

Latimer Defeats Astorino in County Executive Race

Latimer Defeats Astorino in County Executive Race

Sarah Clayton

October 20, 2017

  Democrat George Latimer has come out on top in the heated race for county executive, unseating two-term Republican incumbent Rob Astorino. Many Westchester voters are glad the the election, which was characterized by rampant political mudslinging from both sides, has come to an end. Along with ...

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