Boy Scouts Clean up the Allegheny River

Nick Altland, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Filed under Features, News

The Allegheny was once a trash-filled river that was toxic to swim in, but thanks in part to organizations, like the Allegheny River and Watershed Clean-Up, the river had made a comeback. Boy Scouts and Venturing Crew members...

Recycling Not Bin So Great

Ethan Bowman, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Filed under News

Upper St. Clair, more than other schools, is prepared for the future. Go into any classroom and you will see Smartboards, laptop carts, and even students working on their district-provided iPads. This plays a stark contrast when...

Renovations Coming Soon

Ethan Bowman, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Filed under News

Starting the second semester of this school year, the Upper St. Clair will be getting a renovation. The renovation will be in 3 main places in Upper St. Clair; the high school stadium, the high school pool, and the field at Boyce. The...

Girls Golf Aims High

Maddy Huzjak, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

The USC girls golf team might not be the first team you think of when you are talking about fall sports. Between football, soccer, and volleyball, the golf team tends to fly under the radar. Though they may not be the most well-known...

Freshman Get Involved

Nick Altland, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

Filed under Features, News

High school and particularly freshman year can be very stressful, but with involvement in clubs and afterschool activities, it can become very enjoyable. Here at Upper St. Clair’s freshmen rush you can choose from 65 different...

Big Plans for the 2017-18 Yearbook Club

Melanie Skoupil, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

Photos are always the best way to preserve a memory. For Upper St. Clair students, a way to have these memories forever is by purchasing a yearbook. Students can always be seen on those last days of school with their yearbook a...

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