Most Changed Since Freshman Year: Isabella Braswell & TJ Kane

A lot of change can happen over four years of high school. Isabella Braswell and TJ Kane are no strangers to this, as they were chosen for the superlative, “Most Changed Since Freshman  Year”. Braswell was suprised to find that her peers had recognized her for a superlative but was excited to share it with one of her best friends. “Freshman year I was really … Continue reading Most Changed Since Freshman Year: Isabella Braswell & TJ Kane

Most Athletic: Jesse Garcia & Nicole Matysik

Key West High School is home to many outstanding athletes, however the senior class agreed that Jesse Garcia and Nicole Matysik should be recognized for their achievements. Garcia and Matysik have been chosen for the “Most Athletic” superlative for their impressive records and athletic abilities. Garcia has been involved in  multiple sports with Key West High School since freshman year. He played with the football, … Continue reading Most Athletic: Jesse Garcia & Nicole Matysik

Wittiest: Dana Dauletgalikyzy & Luke Raspotnik

When choosing candidates for the “most witty” superlative, the senior class didn’t have to think too hard when they voted for Dana Dauletgalikyzy and Luke Raspotnik. Both are well known for their witty antics that occur both in and out of the classroom. Dauletgalikyzy considers herself an outgoing person and enjoys boosting other people’s moods. She has found the best way to do this is … Continue reading Wittiest: Dana Dauletgalikyzy & Luke Raspotnik

Most Intellectual: Melody Morales Rojas & Daniel Walsh

Achieving the status of “most intellectual” is no easy feat, especially in a senior class of so many bright students. However, it is no surprise that the superlative was given to Daniel Walsh and Melody Morales Rojas. Both have spent their years in high school excelling in academics as well as extracurriculars. Daniel Walsh is well known around campus for his brain and confident personality. … Continue reading Most Intellectual: Melody Morales Rojas & Daniel Walsh

Explore writing in Key West with the Young Writer’s Studio

After the success of last year’s program, Key West Literary Seminar (KWLS) is bringing back The Young Writer’s Studio this summer during the week of June 24-28th. This workshop is for high school students who are looking to develop their voice as a writer, better their writing skills, and learn about Key West literary history. Over the course of five days the group of young … Continue reading Explore writing in Key West with the Young Writer’s Studio

Feel empowered after watching “On the Basis of Sex”

“On the Basis of Sex” is a biopic film on the notorious Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The film follows twenty years of RBG’s (played by Felicity Jones) life as she enters her first year at Harvard Law School as one of the nine women in her class, raises a family alongside her husband Marty Ginsburg (played by Armie Hammer) and … Continue reading Feel empowered after watching “On the Basis of Sex”

Freshman, Gabrielle Pariag wins fourth place at state Poetry Out Loud competition

Key West High School (KWHS) is proud of the students who participated in the first Poetry Out Loud competition on January 31st. Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry competition for high school students that provides an opportunity to read and recite poems while enhancing public speaking and presentation skills. Several English and History Classes partook in memorizing poems in class and 23 students were … Continue reading Freshman, Gabrielle Pariag wins fourth place at state Poetry Out Loud competition