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In The ZonePosted 05/07/2019 by Amelia Carpenter

Thomas Jefferson High School is undergoing construction that will help modernize areas of the school. As students walk through the halls of Thomas Jefferson High School they may notice some changes in... More

Spartans Play CroquetPosted 05/06/2019 by Mia Harsh

Thomas Jefferson Leadership students have been playing croquet with the Jiminy Wicket program for five years, and will continue to bring smiles for many years to come. When asked to ponder the happies... More

Learning to LovePosted 05/06/2019 by Ava Ward

Thomas Jefferson High School’s 5280 team is working with the One Love Foundation to teach students how to have healthy relationships. As the bridge between childhood and adulthood, high school hits ... More

OnCOLLEGEy: Studying the Cancerous Culture Surrounding CollegePosted 04/23/2019 by Ava Ward

Thomas Jefferson High School students are suffering from the stress of college admissions. College is implanted into the mind of the common high schooler the moment they begin their freshman year. Fly... More

Green ThumbsPosted 04/23/2019 by Joe McComb

Students have the unique educational opportunity to operate the garden at Thomas Jefferson High School. Thomas Jefferson High School has grown a garden for the past eight years. Each year, the prepara... More

Giddy Up!Posted 04/23/2019 by Joe McComb

Colorado’s John Hickenlooper tossed his hat in the ring to seek the Democratic Party nomination for President in 2020. Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper (D) left office in January 2019 due ... More

Snack AttackPosted 04/19/2019 by Ava Ward

The vending machines of Thomas Jefferson High School are facing a major revamp. From sports to schoolwork to socializing, the activities of a high schooler require a significant amount of energy. The ... More

Protect Your Mother (Earth)Posted 04/16/2019 by Amelia Carpenter

This Earth Day remember to save the whales, save the bees, save the birds, and save the trees. With Earth Day quickly approaching, it is important to take part in a few simple ways to go green. Earth ... More

Exchanging ExperiencesPosted 04/16/2019 by Erin Maloof

Thomas Jefferson High School welcomed a class of Japanese students from Chiben High School in Nara, Japan into the community for the two weeks leading up to spring break. As one of the few schools in ... More

Getting StartedPosted 04/16/2019 by Kaleb Pittman

Taking the first step in a new challenge can be a difficult, yet rewarding experience. As a beginner, starting a new activity can seem daunting. Pastimes of all variety, from reading to casual gaming,... More