When I was younger, I was homeschooled with Calvert School, an organization that provided books, online programs, and a lesson plan every year. People often ask me, “Really? What was it like?” Every time I tell them, “Awesome. I had four hours of school a day, and the two best teachers in ... READ MORE »»
The author, Emily Lawler, in Chem class on a boat while being "home schooled."
All track athletes look forward to the Western Mass Championships. Athletes work hard throughout the entire season in hopes of qualifying for Western Mass and earning points for their team.
This year, many athletes succeeded in the championships that were held Friday, February 10 at Smith Colle... READ MORE »»
After 20 years of planning and fundraising, the Lions Den Association finally put the renovation of the weight room into motion. About two months ago, the athletic department modernized the room with new equipment.
“People love it. They say it’s about time,’” says Athletic Director Tim ... READ MORE »»
“This is the first signing ceremony in Ludlow High School history,” said Athletic Director Tim Brillo.
Today in the auditorium seniors Nissa Pereira, Tasha Kwatowski, and Andrea Jozefczyk signed their letters of intent to play college soccer.
The girls soccer team, along with the girls f... READ MORE »»
February vacation is coming quick and students at Ludlow High School are patiently waiting for their week off, and during vacation students have a variety of activities planned.
Sophomore... Read More »
The numerous snow days recently have been a surprise to everyone and they’re both a blessing and a curse.
Everyone will admit that it’s nice to sleep-in late and have the whole day to relax and enjoy a cold day with a cup of hot cocoa. Snow days provide a much needed break and a chance to catch up on an overbearing workload.
However, snow... Read More »