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SHS Robotics Club Goes to World Championship

Snohomish Robotics Club competed with Glacier Peak during the FIRST Robotics Competition World Championship held in Houston, Texas last month, bringing home some high honors including finishing fourth out of the 66 teams during qualification match and Captain of Alliance 3 at the playoffs. READ STORY »

Senior Twins Recognized for Outstanding Achievement During Annual Band Concert

Senior Mara McRae was recognized when SHS students performed at the annual Spring Concert last night, showcasing two months of hard work put in by the five elective concert bands available through the high school. READ STORY »

Introducing 2019 ASB Presidential Candidates

Ashton Blackwell has lived in the city of Snohomish his whole life but did not attend Snohomish High School his freshman year. He went to a private school in Everett and switched to SHS at the start of his sophomore year. Blackwell has two siblings: one a freshman at SHS and one who is a sixth grader at Riverview Elementary. As a freshman, Blackwell placed for DECA state and has recently placed again his junior year as well as winning Area 1 DECA presidency. READ STORY »

SHS Alumni Becomes National Figure on New Televised Athletic Competition

SHS graduate Bridger Buckley from the class of 2014 was shocked and amazed to discover that he would be one of the first competitors on the new NBC televised large-scale physical competition The Titan Games featuring celebrity Dwayne Johnson. READ STORY »

These Kids Will Get Your Goat

The school year has barely started, and the Snohomish FFA students have already served 40 hours of combined community service at the local New Moon Farm Goat Rescue and Sanctuary, with the latest visit being this past Saturday. READ STORY »

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Variety Show: Lights, Camera, ACTION!

Lights, camera, ACTION! The Variety Show was earlier this week, which is where many talented people go head-to-head to win the right to perform in the annual Performing Arts assembly.  This year 15 students were chosen to compete. From singing to stand-up comedy these students performed in front of an almost full house.

Before the show many participants said they were nervous but overall excited. Sophomore Riley Yeoman and senior Morgan Marshall hosted the event, bringing a humorous script to the already abundant talent onstage. READ STORY »