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Proposed plan for Caleres site.

“Unanimous Opposition” by Former Mayors to Districts Plan

Ivy Slen, Senior Managing Editor January 8, 2024

The Globe obtained a verified letter addressed to the superintendent and the board from all of the former living mayors of Clayton. They wrote in “unanimous opposition” to the pending purchase. “To...

Derek Crisp (left) plays with Jazz mentor and SLUMS bandmate at the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill in the Delmar loop in STL. He played in front of more than 350 people that night, bringing the community together with great jazz, talented musicians and a communal atmosphere.

Underground Talent

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor December 7, 2023

Junior Derek Crisp would have never guessed that getting his ears pierced at Iron Age Studio in 2020 would have led to him playing his guitar in front of a roaring crowd of 400 people less than two years...

Do We Trust Students?

Do We Trust Students?

Charlie Meyers, Alex Cohen, and Kipp Vitsky November 14, 2023

Intro Homeschooling is the fastest-growing form of education in the United States. Citing statistics from thousands of school districts, The Washington Post reported that the number of families educating...

Exterior of Berry Box

Wholesome Bowls, Heartfelt Goals

Sam Sun, Page Editor November 14, 2023

In Clayton, MO, where the restaurant scene is ever-evolving, a new spot has already made a considerable impact just months after its opening: BerryBox. The brainchild of an owner with a rich background...

The final playoff game, junior Iselin Haldimann serves the ball into play. On Oct. 24, the CHS girls varsity volleyball beat MICDS to win the district championship title.

Forty Years in the Making

Caitlin Kuhlmann and Alison Booth November 14, 2023

With an eruption of frenzied cheering and celebration, the girl's volleyball team watched as the ball hit the ground on MICDS's side of the court on Oct. 24. They made history, achieving a victory 40 years...

Senior Simone Sah serves the ball in a match on Sept. 21 against Ladue. This match prepared her for her eventual victory at state.

Making a Racket at State

JiaLi Deck, Editor-in-Chief November 14, 2023

Swish. Hit. Swish. Hit. Swish. Hit. The methodical rhythm of a typical tennis match is what fills the air on a tense afternoon in Springfield, Mo. On the court, sophomore Katherine Nguyen battles against...

The Milwaukee Brewers Blake Perkins, middle, rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run against St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas, right, in the third inning at Busch Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2023, in St. Louis.

再见 to Chinatown

Bethany Lai and Yehia Said November 14, 2023
Unveil the Forgotten Legacy of St. Louis' Chinatown: A Tale of Grit, Culture, and the Battle Against Gentrification.
Left: Eva Delannoy, junior
Right: Aylah Hopper, senior

How They See Us

JiaLi Deck, Sidra Major, and Sophia Lu October 17, 2023

Intro One looming question underlies every decision Clayton High School students make: Where are you going to college? While it is certainly known that plenty of people find success without attending...

Ronald Mendiola walks barefoot through the mud after checking on his house on Horizon Road on Aug. 22, 2023, in Cathedral City, California. More frequent climate-driven disasters have changed the math for insurers in the state. (Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

The Heat is on

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor October 3, 2023

This July has been the hottest recorded month on Earth in 174 years. With July 6 coming in at a record-high global temperature of 64.04 degrees Fahrenheit, many communities faced the detrimental effects...

Podcast Editor Sofia Mutis (center) interviewing Editor-in-Chief Alex Slen.

The Globe Podcast: A School Upon a Hill?

Sofia Mutis and Alex Slen November 28, 2022

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Ex Educators

Ruby Nadin and Lavanya Mani November 18, 2022

Carroll Lenhoff-Bell, Director of Learning Support at Clayton High School, working with student.

A School Upon a Hill?

Alex Slen, Ivy Reed, JiaLi Deck, and Ivy Slen November 17, 2022

In 1630, John Winthrop, former Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, described a “city upon a hill.” Winthrop hoped that his colony would be a model community, for “the eyes of all people are...

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