Recent Stories

  • Sophomores serve in Puerto Rico

    By Mari Kanagy, Reporter & Designer   In mid-March, sophomores Maya Harrison, Djuna Schuerholz-Wright and Shira Stahl traveled to the city of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, to help a community still recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.   Aguadilla is located along the West Coast of Puerto Rico, about 80 miles from San Juan.  Hurricane Read More ...
  • Graduation in the gym

    Elizabeth Lande,  Reporter & Designer   This June, along with thousands of other senior students across the country, the VHS Class of 2018 will receive their diplomas and graduate into the world beyond standard education.   Over the years, most Vashon graduates have finished out their high school experience on the football field with friends and Read More ...
  • Yahowt! Winona LaDuke’s speech empowers islanders

    Sequoia Gregorich, Law and Ethics Editor On Friday, March 10, economist, environmentalist, writer and activist Winona LaDuke spoke at the Open Space for Arts and Community. She was accompanied by islanders Martha Enson and Bill Moyer, as well as Water Warriors from the Puyallup tribe and other indigenous leaders. The event consisted of speeches, music, Read More ...
  • Peru Trip

    By Aidan McCann, Reporter Spanish teacher Sarah Powell and a group of seven students traveled to Peru over mid-winter break. The group ranged from freshmen to seniors and was joined by another high school group from Brooklyn. The students from Vashon flew into Lima, the capital of Peru, where they met the group from Brooklyn. Read More ...
  • Dr. Kehl’s Vet Assistant Class Donates to Homeless People’s Pets

    By Marisa McTighe, Assistant Social Media & Distribution Editor From 3 to 5 p.m. every second and fourth Saturday of the month, The Doney Memorial Pet Clinic in Seattle provides a free veterinary clinic for the pets of homeless and low-income people. The clinic collects donations of food and supplies from several outside sources, and Read More ...