Dreads Joining the Military

These seniors are doing more than going to college classes next year; they’ll be representing Dexter in the armed forces By Alex Strang The majority of students at DHS upon graduation will attend a four-year college and then either go get further education or enter the civilian workforce. A few seniors from the class of 2017 feel a greater calling. Whether they want free college, a more exciting job, or to serve their country, these three seniors felt a calling to join the military.

Dexter Athletes Tackle the Next Level

More than a dozen Dexter athletes are playing sports in college. Here is a sneak peek of 12 Dreads who are taking their talents to the next level. by Squall staff Senior Tony Seidl, after excelling on the hardwood at DHS, is taking his basketball talents to the University of Michigan-Dearborn.  After his four years, he has one memory that stands out from the rest.  “One thing that I will always remember is the buzzer-beater three that I made to win the game on senior night,” he said. “Having people…

Second Semester Seniors

For second semester seniors, the dreaded disease “senioritis” comes in three different shapes and sizes By Truman Stovall The second semester of a high schooler’s senior year has a stereotype that everyone has heard of. The infamous condition known as senioritis will affect every senior at Dexter High School to some degree. As their high school career comes to a close, a senior’s grades, involvement in extracurricular activities, and overall effort tends to dip below what was previously expected of them. By the time graduation comes around, the average senior…

Wait… We’re Seniors?

After 12 years of schooling, this will be our final hurrah. Let’s make Year 13 one to remember By Tyler Valentine Alright guys, this is it. It’s the last time most of us will see each other for the rest of our lives. We’ve been going to school together for 13 years and it all comes to an end here. Quite honestly, I’m not ready yet. I think back to our freshman year and how the seniors seemed so mature. I look at us as seniors now, thinking about how…