Sunset has always had the jazz band to play the same song at the beginning and ending of assemblies, but even one of the most routine school events needs to be reinvented once in awhile. Please welcome Sunset’s new House Band:
How did you meet, and have you worked together before?
Andres (Sophomo... READ MORE »»
Senior Evan Lei and junior Kamran Walsh a caught practicing for their next performance. The house band started playing during assemblies this year.
Every high schooler has gone through the uneasy feelings of starting a new year at a new school. Being a freshman is not easy, but imagine being a freshman where all you see in the hallways are unfamiliar faces. In the year 2017, more freshman in the Beaverton School District will have to go through that ex... READ MORE »»
Illustration of current plans for boundaries as of fall of 2017.
This spring season Sunset chose a very untraditional musical to present to the community. It’s quirky, it’s cheesy, it’s funny, it’s Monty Python’s Spamalot, and in my opinion it’s a must see. The language and plot of this play is certainly not what most would expect when they go to a ... READ MORE »»
There is always that one person who decides to make a rape joke, carelessly and tastelessly in the company of others; but even worse are the people who laugh. What is commonly misunderstood in the situation is why the “joke” isn’t actually a joke. The people in this scenario have never faced the u... READ MORE »»
Sunset students hold up a sign that says “My Body My Rules.” Comprehension of this topic is the step in the right direction to abolishing such a detrimental culture.
In high school, there are those who don’t try very hard, those who do their work but don’t care, and finally the students who dedicate themselves to their studies. But in recent years, a new type of student has emerged from our classrooms, the “time to start my life” student. Thanks to the Early Co... READ MORE »»
Motivated students expand their knowledge in the school library. Students who are dedicated to their work would fit right into the Early College program.
Laurel Hennig, a Junior, is a first-year Scroll staff member and a Portland native. Laurel enjoys writing fiction (especially fantasy) and joined the Scroll to explore a different kind of writing. She ... Read More »