The Saxon Scope

Advanced Placement or Childhood Erasement?

Raneem Khan, Staff Writer

May 26, 2016

It’s been a long, tiring day of school and you just want to go home and relax. You watch the clock tick, slowly, just one more class left until you’re home free—but wait! That’s not exactly how your Friday afternoon is...

A Romantic Comedy Aimed at Undermining Just That

Casey Charron, Reporter

March 29, 2016

While some people manage to devote their entire lives to their romantic relationships, the best of us find ourselves spending a lot of time learning the art of being single. Although it may seem like a daunting task, those lacking...

Helen: Langley’s First Blind, Deaf, Mute Student

Michael Levetown, Coumnist

March 14, 2016

Before Keller attended the Perkins Institute for the Blind, Wright-Humason School for the Deaf, and The Cambridge School for Young Ladies she attended Langley High School. Unfortunately, she was expelled. This is how it all ...

Deadpool: Go, But Not With Your Parents

Jessie Smith, Staff Writer

March 8, 2016

Deadpool was certainly not dead. I went to see Deadpool with my mom, dad and brother recently. It's the latest Marvel Comic superhero movie, sort of a sequel to the X-Men, starring Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson (aka Deadpool). ...

13 Hours Too Many for Clinton

Elizabeth Ellinger, Business Editor

March 8, 2016

On January 15th, 2016 the movie 13 Hours premiered detailing the true story of the Libyan attack on the American diplomatic compound housing Ambassador Christopher Stephens and his protectors. "Stevens's death marked the first time that an American ambassador was killed in the line of duty since 1979," according to Washington Post Journalist Janell Ross. While the movie did not spe...

Halftime Show: Success or Failure?

Marisa Mahori, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

On February 7th, about 111.9 million people tuned in to watch Super Bowl 50. Though most of the fans’ hype was all about the game, the real show was found in the boatload of drama and controversy behind the iconic Halftime Show. Chris...

A Eulogy to Mr.Stone

Brendan Coffey, Managing Editor

February 20, 2016

This week, the Langley community has lost a beloved teacher and friend. Mr. Stone passed away yesterday night, but in my thoughts he is still with me. Physics was never my favorite class. I thought it was boring, and many...

Living With ADHD

Georgia Bidwell, Staff Writer

January 4, 2016

I'm seventeen, a senior, and have ADHD. Everyday whether I'm at school or home, I struggle to pay attention. Almost every little thing like the clicking of pens, gum being chewed loudly, and any other trivial sound, distracts...