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The Toy Story-themed hallway decorations, completed by the Class of 2023

Deck the Halls

CHETANA BIDESI '24 January 30, 2023

An activity to get our seasonal festivities started is the one and only Hallway Decorating Presented by the Student Council, this activity expresses students' creativity and creates memories.  As mentioned, Hallway Decorating...

New Year, New Me, and a New School

TAMSEEL MOMIN '26 January 30, 2023

After over a year of construction and working around a changing schedule, the students of EHS will finally get to see the lights dim for winter concerts and fully experience plays and other assemblies. Continual change has remained...

A Resolute Start to the New Year

A Resolute Start to the New Year

SARA NASRULLA '25 and KATELYN HAHN '26 January 30, 2023

As the New Year just kicked off, people across the globe continue to make resolutions in the tradition of New Year’s. Students and staff at EHS were interviewed to see what their resolutions for the upcoming year are.  New...

Winter Concerts: A Tradition of Performance and Collaboration

SYLVIA WU '25 and OVYA GANESEH '25 January 30, 2023

Traditions are passed down for many years, and at EHS, something that occurs yearly is the Winter Concerts. This year, the tradition of having a freshmen concert has made a recurrence after years due to the COVID situation and...

Class Rings: Does the cost outweigh the appeal of tradition?

The Class Rings: A Make or Break Tradition at Edison High School?

NANDINI CHANDRA '26 January 30, 2023

The class rings at EHS have been a long-lasting tradition for numerous decades. Though the question is, are they beginning to die out? Generally, the purpose of class rings is to commemorate the accomplishments of graduating...

Did You Know About these EHS Traditions?

ADEDOYIN AYENI '23 January 14, 2023

Every year EHS has a series of traditions that students can enjoy and look forward to.  Here are some highlights of some popular traditions, some of which have already happened this year.  Mr. EHS  Although it hasn’t...

Do You Want to Build a Giving Tree?

ISHANI BAKSHI '26 January 14, 2023

Enamored by pages-long wishlists, the possibility of new technology, or maybe that one pair of jeans you have been eyeing for a while一 as students, we can often get so wrapped up in the wonders of the holiday season that we...

Holiday Traditions Outside of the Nest

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25 January 14, 2023

As winter approaches, the holiday season follows with families and friends getting together to celebrate. EHS experiences the holidays with traditions ranging from hallway decorating, door decorating, gingerbread-house-making...

What’s Great About EHS Holiday Baking

What’s Great About EHS Holiday Baking

PRAGYA BHATIA '26 and AASHI TAMBOLI '26 December 19, 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for baking.  As winter break approaches, the holiday baking season has officially started! The holidays are a time of tradition, love, and joy; and many of our teachers known for...

The 1968 fall edition of The Edison Eagle, Edison High Schools former newspaper publication.

Eagle’s Eye Enamors, Enhancing Everlasting Education

PRABHA KRISHNA '25 and GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25 November 17, 2022

Overlapping voices and the wrinkle of paper fills the hall. It’s the 1970s, and the new spring edition of The Edison Eagle just came out. Bold, alliterative headlines and enthralling black-and-white photographs capture everyone’s...

AP exams transitioning onto computers. Is it a good idea?

Digital AP Exams

AGASTYA CHINCHANKAR '26 November 7, 2022

College Board has announced that they will conduct the following seven AP Exams digitally and on paper next May: AP Computer Science Principles, AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Seminar,...

The Newline boards were installed in each classroom over the summer.

Troubles and Benefits of the Newline Boards

AVANEESH GIRI '25 November 7, 2022

Over the summer, the Promethean boards that have been previously used at Edison High were replaced with new smart boards by Newline Interactive. These new boards, the Q-series, were received by students and teachers alike with...

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