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John Myers Retires After 40 Years in the District

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
August 3, 2017 • 41 views
Filed under Cape Culture, News

When John Myers began his freshman year at Gettysburg College, he thought he wanted to be a lawyer. Little did he know, however, law school wasn’t in the cards for him. Instead, John “Oscar” Myers — known to students at Cape as Mr. Myers — graduated with a history degree, earned his Masters...

Cape Trends: Senior Prank

Nathaniel Zebley, Editor
August 3, 2017 • 16 views
Filed under Cape Culture

Whenever the school year comes to an end, it is expected of the Senior's—by both underclassmen and faculty—to create and execute a prank that will be talked about for year's to come. This year, the Senior's did not disappoint. In the upstairs hallways, students equipped with skateboards, bicycles, scooters,...

Low Ticket Sales but Positive Feedback for Sadie Hawkins Dance

Nathaniel Zebley, Editor
April 28, 2017 • 69 views
Filed under Cape Culture

On March 11, the Student Government Association hosted Cape's first-ever "Sadie Hawkins" dance for students. The Sadie Hawkins dance — a tradition dating back to 1938 — breaks away the norm and has girls ask guys to the event. Tickets for Cape's dance were sold at $5 per person with the proceeds...

Brian Donahue to Retire After 2016-17 School Year

Brian Donahue to Retire After 2016-17 School Year

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
April 28, 2017 • 209 views
Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

The game has ended and the final score is in — Brian Donahue is leaving the field. After more than two decades in the Cape district, the high school principal announced his retirement on March 9th, 2017. While it’s sad to see him go, the students, staff, and community of CHHS appreciate the work...

Rentals Options Can Make Prom Affordable

Rentals Options Can Make Prom Affordable

Hannah Lowe, Editor-in-Chief
April 28, 2017 • 79 views
Filed under Cape Culture

There’s no doubt that prom can be an expensive affair. Between finding an outfit, preparing for the dance, and going out to dinner, families can end up shelling out several hundred dollars from start to finish. For some, that’s fine; prom is a major event in the high school experience and worth the...

Freshman Advance in Delaware Mock Trial Competition

April 24, 2017 • 56 views
Filed under Cape Culture

The Cape Henlopen High School mock trial competed this year at the statewide competition. Mock trial is an annual event that will give high school groups a problem which they have to appoint attorneys and witnesses to re-enact as if they were a real life trial. These trials are judged by actual Delaware...

Cape Trends: Promposals

Cape Trends: Promposals

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
April 24, 2017 • 55 views
Filed under Cape Culture

With prom season coming up the horizon, many junior and senior guys have begun brainstorming ideas on ways that they plan on asking their future date to prom. Commonly known as a Promposal some will go above and beyond in order to get a yes. Many Promposals trending on social media include extravag...

Cape Trends: Saltwater Duck Boots

Cape Trends: Saltwater Duck Boots

Sarah Hunsicker, Editor
March 2, 2017 • 74 views
Filed under Cape Culture

As the wintery months and the holiday season pass through, a new footwear can be seen in the hallways. Many students, both male and female, can be seen wearing Saltwater Duck Boots. Duck boots have a rubber sole and a leather upper. The boots come in many different colors. The rubber sole can range from...

Mid-Year Farewells to Four Teachers

Cate Carr, Korinne LeMaire, and Hannah Lowe
February 28, 2017 • 79 views
Filed under Cape Culture

Though it can be said that all farewells come too soon, the departure of teachers in the middle of the 2016-17 school year certainly feels too soon for their students. Four teachers are departing from the Cape faculty after the first semester this year. This spring, the math department will be missing...

2017 All-State Band Students

Nathaniel Zebley and Hannah Lowe
February 6, 2017 • 281 views
Filed under Cape Culture, Showcase

On Saturday, January 21st, auditions for the Delaware All-State Band were held for students in school music programs in Delaware. Students from all over Delaware auditioned for the spots in the organizations, and seven students from Cape's band program were selected for three of the seven different organizations...

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