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A digital illustration of the St. Louis skyline in the colors of the Polish flag

From Poland to the Gateway City

Ezri Perrin, Reporter November 28, 2023

The United States has often been called “a nation of immigrants,” and Clayton is no exception. The people of Clayton, Mo. can trace their origins to countries worldwide— from Europe to Asia to Africa...

A toddler plays in the outdoor water table. The new space allows lots of opportunity for children to explore, especially when the weather is nice.

CHS’ Youngest Learners

Alex Cohen, Managing Editor-In-Chief November 17, 2023

The sound of giggles, conversation and the occasional tumble fill the air. Finger paintings and craft projects are proudly displayed on the walls. Toddlers and caregivers are everywhere: playing, interacting...

Mural outside of Craft Alliance

Makers Unleashed

Madeline Jeans, Reporter November 15, 2023

The area between Union and Kings highway, which used to be a rundown, struggling community, has transformed into an arts district that breeds innovation and encourages the pushing of boundaries. “History...

Crowds at the Washington Ave. Stage

Music at the Intersection

Rachel Chung, Feature Section Editor November 14, 2023

This past September 9-10th, more than 50 musicians performed at Music at the Intersection. Brought together by the Kranzberg Arts Council, in partnership with the River Arts Council and the Steward Family...

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...

Junior Hannah Taylor jumping in the air to spike the ball while playing  sand volleyball at a tournament in Clearwater, Fla,  Taylor ended up placing third in this tournament with over 100 teams.  Me and my partner had never done that well before so it was super exciting and fun to participate and play well, Taylor said.

From Sand Courts to Horned Frogs

Charlie Balestra, Page Editor October 3, 2023

In the halls, tales of legendary athletes who've ascended to greatness at the college level and beyond are admired by all of Clayton High School. But today, we introduce you to a new name, Hannah Taylor,...

Inside Honey Bee Tea in Brentwood, regardless of the shops small footprint, the space is comfortable and inviting.

Honey Bee Tea

Alison Booth and Caitlin Kuhlmann May 12, 2023

Located off of Eager road near Clayton High School favorites Chick-Fil-A and Trader Joe’s, Honey Bee Tea is a fun place to stop off and get a treat. Walking into Honey Bee Tea, you are transported into...

CHS football player runs a ball away from an opposing player.

Eagles and Greyhounds

Alex Cohen and Lily Kleinhenz May 9, 2023

“Even five years ago, our football numbers were declining. At that time, we didn't have a JV schedule. Anyone that showed up to play football, freshman through senior is playing varsity,” said Steve...

GAP director Joyce Bell sits in her classroom

Closing the GAP

Alex Cohen, Managing Editor-In-Chief May 9, 2023

A step into the GAP room is a step into a warm and friendly classroom. A variety of soft and squishy seating options, as well as traditional chairs are spaced throughout the room. A corner table holds...

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