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The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization

The Shakerite

The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization

The Shakerite

Three motorcycles in an area of the high school library converted into a workshop

Checking Out Motorcycles

Ruben Rippner, Spotlight Reporter
January 31, 2023
Shaker Heights Police Department officers are present at every home basketball game

When Fans Become the Focus

Vaughn Ullom, Raider Zone Editor
January 26, 2023
A voting sign stands outside Woodbury Elementary School, one of seven polling locations for Shaker Heights residents

Where Are the Student Voters?

Stella Staneluis, Social Issues Columnist
January 20, 2023
Coaching Shortage Continues

Coaching Shortage Continues

Eamonn Furey, Raider Zone Reporter
December 21, 2022
The Shaker Student Voices Instagram page

Students Critique Tardy Guidelines

Iris von der Heydt, Journalism I Reporter
December 2, 2022
The lunch line closest to the entrance has the World Restaurant Collection, featuring meat dishes such as brisket or chicken and waffles.

Shaker Expands Lunch Options

Ruben Rippner, Spotlight Reporter
November 17, 2022
Seniors Skylar Sokal, Jaierva Baeza, Chloe Brown and Allana Appleby, who signed letters of intent Nov. 9 in the north gym, will continue their field hockey and volleyball careers next year.

Senior Athletes Signing Off

Eamonn Furey, Raider Zone Reporter
November 17, 2022
At its July 12, 2022 meeting, the Board of Education heard explanations for two options for school rebuilding. Pictured here are the two options’ treatments of the high school and the middle school. In option 1, pictured above, a new high school would be built where Woodbury currently is, a new middle school would replace Onaway and athletic facilities would be built in the current high school’s place. The board continues to examine ways to achieve new facilities.

Deciding How to Go Forward Continues

Mahoney Hill, Investigations Editor
November 10, 2022
According to Juli, there were over 1,000 tardies in the new policys first week

Being Late Now Brings Consequences

Gracie Turner, Campus and City Editor
November 7, 2022
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