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Westwood Horizon

The student news site of Westwood High School.

Westwood Horizon

The student news site of Westwood High School.

Westwood Horizon

Savannah Estabrook

Savannah Estabrook, Yearbooker

Hey! I am in the class of ‘22 here at Westwood. Outside the press room you can find me hours deep in a book or playing Minecraft. I am the definition of a control freak. I additionally have passions for music, animals, fashion, and dancing. I may be shy at first, but once you get to know me I don’t know how to stop talking. 

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Mahogany Wright 23 hands off the ball to her teammate Bailee Dainton 25. She then scores another two point basket.

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January 13, 2022
With her eye on the basket, Ava Hall 25 dribbles the ball down the court. She waits for the right opening to score.

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January 13, 2022
Mia Serpas 24 stands at the front guiding the movement with her group. Holding their hands up high, they future warriors waited for the next instructed movement.

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October 24, 2021
Displaying the proper form, Ashlin Swasey 22 helped future warrior Isabella Cunningham keep her forearms up straight. It is important that every movement is sharp and on time.

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October 24, 2021
Olivia Yang 23 quickly decides to throw the ball to her teammate before her opponent catches up to her. Yang was able to complete the pass before the opposing Viper had the chance to pick it off.

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February 13, 2021
Having clear eyes in the distance, Laura Gillmeister ‘23 holds her hands up to catch the ball being passed to her. The Warriors dropped their last match of the season in a close affair.

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February 13, 2021
The students stare at the audience as if they are their uncertain destination. The birds they portray have been flying for a vary long time and cant tell when they will reach the end of their journey.

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March 9, 2020
The princesss slave, Diego Rodriguez 22, and the nightingale, Nicole Boisseau 20, speak between each other as other birds watch. They hesitate as they reach toward one another.

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March 9, 2020
Diego Rodriguez 22 and Ian Webster 20 look at each other in suspense. The birds lie on the floor thinking up of how to solve their next conflict.

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March 9, 2020
The group poses in the blue lighting showing the despair and conflict on the way to reaching through the valleys. Each student characterizes their bird in a different way. A lot of it is about finding something you believe in, Nicole Boisseau 20 said. We can all be united when we believe in something together whether its love or friendship.

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March 9, 2020
Areeb Ali 20 tries to stare at the blue tape through his glasses but finds it very difficult. The students hypothesis testing were mostly similar because of the multiple fails by all of the students.

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March 9, 2020
Rhodes College Director of Admissions Ms. Katie Frink enthusiastically tells the audience about what she looks for most in a resume. [When looking at a resume,] Im not holding a red pen. Im holding a highlighter, Ms. Katie Frink said.

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October 11, 2019
Lead College Counselor Holly Browning proudly discusses how to find the right challenged courses for an individual student.

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October 11, 2019
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