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College counselor Mrs. Jackie Guy stays busy in her office

New college counselor reassures seniors: ‘It’s going to be OK’

Mrs. Jackie Guy brings wealth of experience, good vibes
Miller Cranford, Feature Editor September 9, 2020

She sits for hours at her desk each school day, replying to a plethora of emails and answering multiple phone calls.  But the frequency of her messages doesn't come close to the number of anxious seniors...

Time for Talent! Sign up for the Talent Show

Time for Talent! Sign up for the Talent Show

Only five more acts for the show to go on!

Do you want to see Elinor Fenimore or Paige Grey sing a song? Do you want to watch the senior girls dance? Or Adam Kacsoh present an original story? Do you have a special talent you’d like to...

The ensemble cast of Young Frankenstein rehearses a song from the show.

‘It’s probably the funniest show ever written’

Winter Musical 'Young Frankenstein' has plenty of laughs, tender moments
Caris Weinberg and Matt Newberry January 26, 2020

It's  Transylvania Mania! The Stratford Theatre Department is presenting its annual winter musical from February 22nd to 24th. This year's musical is “Young Frankenstein.” It is a musical adaptation...

Senior Holly Hint signs up for the date wall

Who’s with Who? Date wall for Sadie Hawkins Dance

Haley Ellison and Ashley Parel January 24, 2020

Sadie Hawkins is a dance where the girls ask the boys. This year, Sadies will be held at the Sports Hall of Fame on February 1 from 8-10:30 pm. The theme this year will be Mardi Gras. The date walls...

SABINA'S STRATFORD SCIENCE STORIES

SABINA’S STRATFORD SCIENCE STORIES

Science news affects us in so many ways, but many people get so caught in the other news that they forget to check what is happening in the science world. In my weekly science feature in the Gazebo, I hope to show people the relevance of science news. 
December 20, 2019

HUMANS OF STRATFORD

HUMANS OF STRATFORD

December 18, 2019

The Nutcracker is a Stratford tradition

The Nutcracker is a Stratford tradition

Clarke Jones and Annabeth Tarbutton December 11, 2019

Everyone has seen Mr. Logan Bowlds’s everyday look, but have you ever seen him in a long, orange wig? Be prepared to laugh on Friday, December 13 as Stratford’s head of school dresses as Lady Ginger...

The Gazebo 60 Project: What We’re Thankful For

In celebration of Stratford's 60th year, journalism students came up with a list of 60 things they are thankful for
The Amazing Gazebo Staff November 27, 2019

Hallmark Christmas movies? Pass the cheese

Hallmark Christmas movies? Pass the cheese

Miller Cranford, Co-Feature Editor November 14, 2019

If you are among those who have an affinity for films with an always foreseeable plot direction, the Hallmark Channel is your calling. Being the mecca of cheesy Christmas movies, Hallmark has popularized...

What’s your favorite Halloween candy?

Skittles? Laffy Taffy? Starbursts? Snickers? We asked. You told us.
The Amazing Gazebo Staff October 31, 2019

Junior Shaw London reviews information about scholarships.

(Almost) everything you need to know about scholarships

Sabina Ajjan and Annie Shih October 25, 2019

As you reach the last years of high school, you might begin looking for college scholarships whether they are merit-based, need-based, or a combination of both.  But where do you turn for help? “This...

Chef Josh Roberts enjoys 'making people happy' in the Prentice Robinson Cafeteria

There’s a new Chef Josh in town

Chef Josh Nowell brings culinary passion, skills to The Academy
Helen Pope and Cate Eddlemon October 8, 2019

Josh Nowell said he wanted to become a chef because he “wanted to do something where I could see people happy every day.” Stratford's new director of dining services said he enjoyed cooking for...

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