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Shorewood Ripples

The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

Brad Lichtenstein (left) and Claude Motley (right) pose at the Emmy Awards

The one and only Brad Lichtenstein, legendary filmmaker

Jillian Beaster and Maya Schmaling February 19, 2023

This year, Brad Lichtenstein, professional filmmaker and Shorewood resident, won a 2022 Emmy Award for ‘Exceptional Merit In Documentary Filmmaking.’ From the age of 15, Lichtenstein expressed interest...

courtesy Jillian Beaster

YRU prepares for annual Black History Month presentation

Jillian Beaster February 19, 2023

Entering February, Youth Rising Up, an advocacy club at Shorewood, is excited to present their annual Black History Month presentation.  Juniors MaHailey Stephens and Bella Busby are co-presidents...

AP Chemistry takes on exciting new lab

Jenna Abu-Zahra, Ashley Slomann February 19, 2023

AP Chemistry teacher Kristopher King is currently working with his students to explore how chemists can use precise math and data, along with a handy bunsen burner, in order to identify an unknown substance. “We...

Shorewood welcomes one of its newest clubs

Jillian Beaster November 30, 2022

Meet the members of Garden Club, a new addition to SHS Garden Club, a new addition to Shorewood, was founded early this school year by juniors Lulu Braun, Rose Callahan, and Nya Kochnowicz.   The...

courtesy Rebecca Vaughn

ELS students go on annual backpacking trip

Max Schmaling November 30, 2022

This past month, six students in English Literature and Science (ELS) traveled up to Newport State Park for their annual backpacking trip. The excursion lasted three days and consisted of hiking, camping,...

Junior wins MSO Stars of Tomorrow award

Giselle Knox November 30, 2022

Amelia Zitoun, junior and cellist, won the Stars of Tomorrow award, sponsored by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (MSO). This contest was open to all Wisconsin string, woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians...

courtesy Paulina Fenske

Introducing the 2022-2023 AFS Students

Tyndall Talley, Sophie Hanna October 28, 2022

Get to know more about your Chilean and Thai classmates As Shorewood’s 2022-23 school year begins, American Field Service (AFS) has brought new students across the globe to the district. AFS is an organization...

The Amazing Adventures of Mr. Schmidt

Giovanni Gonzalez, Ashley Slomann October 28, 2022

After a successful day of working at Shorewood High School, Social Studies teacher Evan Schmidt is ready to get home and let his two border collies, Jasper and Levi, outside. Afterwards, he might decompress...

Changes made to district administration

Tyndall Talley and Ruby Donner September 22, 2022

Austin Moore-Gotsch, Special Ed As Shorewood High School begins its 2022-23 school year, Austin Moore-Gotsch is ready to get started in her new position as the Special Education teacher. “I came...

SHS welcomes a variety of new clubs

Max Schmaling, Sam Diliberti, Emmett Joslyn, and Giselle Knox September 22, 2022

Investment Club Near the end of the 2021-2022 school year, Charlie Burns, Max Schmaling and Aden Wasserman, juniors, co-founded Investment Club. The goal is to teach students how to responsibly invest. “The...

CIEE students travel abroad, gain experiences

Sam Diliberti, Sebastian Pollock, and Ashley Slomann September 22, 2022

This summer, 16 Shorewood High School students experienced an adventure of a lifetime on CIEE global navigators programs in Italy, Ghana, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Botswana, and the Czech...

Tim Kenney, SHS principle, celebrates his completed buzz cut.

Buzz cut fundraiser connects school community

Tyndall Talley June 1, 2022

Shorewood High School’s annual buzz cuts program supports the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) fund. Every spring, students from around the high school come together to support a fundraiser...