The Shakerite

Students complete work on their district-issued Chrombooks in science class.

From Notebooks to Chromebooks

Josh Levin, Investigations Reporter
September 15, 2021
Man holds up peace signs at a May 30 protest in downtown Cleveland.

America’s Double Standard

Jenna Loveman, Opinion Editor
September 10, 2021
Equity Moves From Ideas to Action

Equity Moves From Ideas to Action

Jaimee Martin, Investigations Editor
September 8, 2021
Acknowledging our Advantages: Religious Diversity

Acknowledging our Advantages: Religious Diversity

Adrik Dutta, Investigations Reporter
September 1, 2021
Josh Floyd wears the hockey team’s white uniform, one of their three sets, when playing University School.

Fit to Fight, or Not Quite

Caroline Brancato, Print Managing Editor
August 29, 2020
Change, By Agreement or Decree

Change, By Agreement or Decree

Caroline Brancato, Investigations Editor
February 3, 2020
Junior Rhazariah McFall is a member of choir and takes French. “Just as a starting step, effort would be monumental for change,” she said.

Being Black in Shaker Schools

Mae Nagusky, Editor-in-Chief
July 16, 2019
Although the district is widely acclaimed. Shaker fares poorly when compared to some other public schools by the ODE.

The Problem with School Rankings

Hilary Shakelton, Investigations Financial Reporter
May 2, 2019
Dozens of internships are available around the Cleveland area, including Fostering Hope, the CAMHP Foundation, the Young Scientist Foundation, From Me 2 U, and with the Sherrod Brown campaign.

Unpaid Internships Abound as Equity Concerns Increase

Hilary Shakelton, Financial Investigative Reporter
March 4, 2019
Transgender Students Feel Locked Out

Transgender Students Feel Locked Out

Mae Nagusky, Web Managing Editor
February 1, 2019
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