The Blueprint

Get to know Springbrook’s newest coach: Jason Lomax

by Scott Sutton, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

Filed under Feature, News

Earlier this month, Mr. Rivera made history by hiring former Rockville High School coach Jason Lomax as  the first football coach since 1974 with no direct connection to the high school. Lomax has high hopes for his upcoming ...

Outside the spotlight stage crew shines

by Akayla Gardner, Staff Writer

December 4, 2014

Filed under Entertainment, Feature

“When I arrived at Springbrook there was no theatre program which I thought was too bad,” John Weinshel said. “Ms. DeTroye [Mrs.Donaldson] really got the ball running, she wanted to put on a musical. I volunteered Ms. D...

Director sinks her teeth into first fall production in years

by Akayla Gardner, Staff Writer

December 1, 2014

Filed under Feature

This year’s fall production, “Dracula”, is the first since the revival of Springbrook High School’s Drama Club. With less than a month until opening night, “Dracula’s” director Adrienne D’Orazio shared her expectati...

Freshman takes the cake

Freshman takes the cake

November 6, 2014

Meet the goalie who sets goals

by Karen Diep, Editor-in-chief

November 3, 2014

Filed under Feature, Sports

The score is 2-1. Springbrook’s field hockey team takes a one-point lead during the last few minutes of the game, but Clarksburg has the ball. The Devils sustain their defense, anticipating every move their opponents make. A Co...

Nine costumes you can make in under nine minutes

by Jaspreet Purewal, Print Editor

October 30, 2014

Filed under Feature

Are you having trouble deciding what to go as for Halloween? Do you not have enough time to put effort into an elaborate costume? Have no fear, we have some last minute costume ideas that anyone can make with little to no effort. Nickelback/Quarterback: Tape a...

Sick of candy? Try these treats!

by Michelle Gomes, Assistant Editor

October 30, 2014

Filed under Feature

When most people think about Halloween treats, candy is usually the primary treat that comes to mind. But when throwing a Halloween party, it is nice to have a variety of different sweets. Even though candy will always be a cla...

IB students recall summer trip

by Akayla Gardner, Staff Writer

September 9, 2014

Filed under Feature

This past June, teachers and Springbrook students in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) went on a service learning trip to Thailand. Students fundraised 3,000 thousand dollars and each student had to pay 2,0...

A summer in the shoes of a teacher

by Sophia Shaikh, Contributing Writer

June 11, 2014

Filed under Feature

Summer. It’s that time again, the time of year that everyone looks forward to all year. As the school year comes to an end, students gleefully talk about their summer plans on their way to their classes for the very last time...

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