Why do few students choose to run?


The landscape for this year’s all school election is very different, candidates for two out of three positions were running unopposed, which inevitably opens up the question: why do few students choose to run? As someone not able to run but has done a series of projects on the student […]

[Student of the Week] Jessica Beaucher


Jess Beaucher is a senior day student from Allenstown, NH which is about 50 minutes away from school. Jess wake up around 6:50 every morning and drive herself to school. For some reason a number of bears travel past this town every year, Jess featured it in her art work […]

[Student of the week] Hunter Perkins


Hunter Perkins is a freshman. He is from Lutz, FL, but he was born in NE. He has a twin brother who is also at Tilton School. He has a dog, which we don’t know its name, unfortunately. During the interview, Hunter told us that he chose Tilton School because […]

We Can Do Better — School Meeting Seating

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Although this issue is not as hot as the dress code or food at Sage, we seldom hear positive feedback when we listen to students talk about the seating at the school meeting, which is surprising to me because I never thought of finding seats for people would be a […]

[Student of the Week] Kyle Layman


For those of you who don’t know who Kyle Layman is, you should check this out! (For those of you who already know him, you should read this article too) Kyle Layman is currently a junior. He is from Wrentham, MA (which is famous for the Wrentham outlet according to […]

[Students of the week] Andrew Sun & Jimmy Tian


Jimmy and Andrew are two returning juniors. They’re both from China but two different areas. Jimmy’s hometown is Changchun, where is the northern part of China. It can get colder in winter than Tilton. They also have a top-tier hockey team. During the interview, Jimmy told me he loves the […]

[Student of The Week] Marta Estany-Sanchez


Marta Estany-Sanchez is a new junior from Catalonia, Spain, a region with its own diverse culture. They speak a different language from everywhere else in Spain; the region is famous for the Human pyramid performance and its delicious food. Before coming to Tilton, Marta had spent a year in another […]