Student anecdotes highlight racism at NHS

By JohnCarl McGrady, Editor in Chief Over the last few years, many students at Nantucket High School (NHS) have experienced racism on school grounds, sources both on and off the record confirm, including at least one alleged instance involving a teacher. The culmination of two years of research and investigation, this report highlights the experiences … Continue reading Student anecdotes highlight racism at NHS

NHS student, Veritas writer, is NYT essay contest runner-up

By Natalie Mack Nantucket High School (NHS) freshman, 13-year-old Anna Popnikolova, has been named a runner up in the New York Times’ second annual Personal Narrative Writing Contest, the youngest of 12 to achieve such recognition.  This contest was open to all middle and high school students from ages 11 to 19. They were invited … Continue reading NHS student, Veritas writer, is NYT essay contest runner-up

Swim and Dive teams continue to dominate in virtual meets

By Maddie Iller Every local on island knows how well our Swim and Dive team thrives in the water. Our island breeds natural-born swimmers with raw talent and determination resulting in exciting battles with every competitor. Over the past years, the swim and dive teams have turned dull Nantucket winters into an exciting season where … Continue reading Swim and Dive teams continue to dominate in virtual meets