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School Renovations Continue for Merger

Kara Allen, Staff Writer

The Blue Jay logo on the basketball court is scheduled to be replaced this summer with the school’s new Warrior logo to prepare for the merger of Southfield High School with Southfield-Lathrup High School, said Assistant Principal Vernon Burden. The...  Read More »

May 23, 2016 • 5 comments

Jay Wins Writing, Art, Photo Awards

Dennis A. Brown, Jr., Staff Writer

Two Southfield Jay staff members received national awards in the 2016 Quill and Scroll International Writing and Photo Contest. Staff artist Parrish Pearce won the Sweepstakes Award for his editorial cartoon about the impending merger of Southfield High Sch...  Read More »

May 23, 2016 • 0 comments

Sophomores React to Practice SAT

Nadia Malone, Staff Writer

The PSAT was "pretty easy," according to sophomore Miyah Brooks.  "Just one part without the calculator was hard,"Brooks said. Another sophomore, Dylan Barnes, said, "If I could change something, I would change the amount of time for each section...  Read More »

April 12, 2016 • 4 comments

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Girls Golf Season Putts to a Close

John Charley III, Staff Writer

The Girls Golf Team ended their season without a win but individual team members showed great improvement, said Coach Stephen Sharp. The team nearly defeated West Bloomfield High School, Sharp said, losing by eight strokes. The team had one new opponent...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Boys Tennis Team Defeats Cass Tech

John Charley III, Staff Writer

The Warrior Tennis Team is 0-4, defeating one opponent so far - Cass Technical High School. The Warriors had a late start to their practices as they awaited the selection of Ernie Taber as their coach. The tennis team adjusted this year to playing in...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Ultimate Blue Jay Becomes a Warrior

Justin Black, Sports Editor

As Southfield High School closes the chapter on its sports history, one Blue Jay holds the record for earning the most varsity sports letters. Jamie Glinz, with 16 varsity letters, is the Ultimate Blue Jay. Glinz graduated high school in 2000 with two...  Read More »

May 31, 2016 • 4 comments

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Performance Review: Black History Program Produces Red Hot Results

Rayven Malone and Elena Wilson

  To celebrate Black History Month, Southfield High put on a captivating program brimming with music, poetry and a dramatic skit. The program was co-hosted by English teacher Virna Hobbs-Calhoun and pianist Devon Cadwell. The 45-min...  Read More »

March 2, 2016 • 5 comments

Michigan Suffers From Bad Press

February 26, 2016

Michigan has been under fire recently for a number of stories in the national news: The Flint water crisis, the Kalamazoo mass shootings, and the Detroit school conditions. All thr...  Read More »

Wacky Mechanical Museum Delights Visitors

February 24, 2016

Every teenager in Metro-Detroit needs to visit Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum at least once. The museum has over 200 vintage and modern coin mac...  Read More »

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Last Graduating Class of Blue Jays Flies Away

Reagan Young, Staff Writer

The Southfield Jay surveyed the 214 seniors in the Class of 2016 about their plans after high school. Here’s what the last graduating class of Southfield High School - the final class of graduating Blue Jays - had to say about their plans: Makayla Adams, Western M...  Read More »

May 23, 2016 • 1 comment

Event Celebrates Hip Hop Producer J Dilla

April 18, 2016

The Charles H. Wright Museum recently hosted the fifth annual Dilla Youth Day, which is a hip hop music event. The event celebrates the life and lega...  Read More »

Online Site Helps With SAT Prep

March 3, 2016

Juniors who wish to prepare for the upcoming SAT test can get free online test practice, according to Testing Coordinator Kara Shuell. The SAT has ...  Read More »

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