The Saxon Scope

Mr. Amico Takes Langley

Lucas Collazo, Reporter

December 3, 2015

Filed under News, Top Stories

Mr. Amico Young Our school has gone through some very big changes recently. One of them in particular is that as of last year Mr. Amico has been repositioned as the new principal of Langley High School. It all started when...

Breaking News: Langley Blood Drive Shut Down

Brandon Purdy, Sports Editor

November 6, 2015

Filed under News

Due to abnormal heat conditions for November, this year’s blood drive was shut down around 12:30 today attributable to too many students fainting after giving blood. Today was an uncharacteristic 81 degrees, and although...

Fire at Woodson High School Sends Students, Teacher to Hospital

James Spear, Feature Editor

October 30, 2015

Filed under News

Woodson High School was engulfed in panic Friday morning as a fire broke out in one of the school’s chemistry classrooms, injuring five students and a science teacher. The class of thirty-one students was conducting a teacher-led ex...

The Key to the SAT and ACT

Noura Abousy, Reporter

October 30, 2015

Filed under News

Being a junior and senior can appear as some of the most stressful years throughout high school. Having to consider colleges, study for standardized tests, and keep up a high GPA contributes to being overwhelmed. An important...

Mr. Clark Takes on Jeopardy

Benjamin Johnson, Online Editor

October 16, 2015

Filed under News

Next Thursday on ABC Langley’s own librarian Mr. Clark will be on Jeopardy. Mr. Clark’s journey began with trivia shows and participation in It’s Academic in high school. His inspiration came from Chuck Forrest, a 1980s Jeopardy ...

Surf’s Up

Matt Reichenbach, Graham Reblitz, Luke Collazo, and Cooper Davis

October 8, 2015

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It’s the first day of school, and the last thing you want to do is cry over homework that you’ve accumulated during the day. So why not rewind time to return to the beach! Over the summer, many Langley students took a break...

Saxons under the Sun

Brendan Coffey, Sami El-Rafey, Nikki Orsolini, Helen Chambers, Staff Writers

October 8, 2015

Filed under News

Every summer, students and teachers alike flock to the beaches to soak in the sunlight and wash away the stress of a finished school year. The beach has become symbolic of summer; a gathering of all types of people with only one...

AP vs. SAT

AP vs. SAT

May 4, 2015