The Last Minute

The Last Minute

The very first issue of the Procrastinator was released on May 4, 2011.  It featured a vintage piece of Drew Cleveland portraiture- a magnificent yet very unflattering depiction of then-headmaster Bags Brokaw holding what appears to be a tiny popsicle.  It also featured this mission statement from Lucy Jakub: The […]

When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day

When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day

And now, an alphabet rendition of the fantastic GSA Italy Trip: A is for “Allora,” which means “so” or “then” in Italian.  We heard this a lot. B is for Bridge.  Specifically, the bridge that Stephen Salois jumped off into the Arno River in Florence. C is for Cappuccino. And […]

Blue Hill Dunkin’ Donuts Causes Dispute

Blue Hill Dunkin’ Donuts Causes Dispute

The new Dunkin’ Donuts at the top of Tenney Hill is almost finished.  Driving down South Street, one can almost taste the chocolate glaze.  GSA students will soon have close and easy access to a vast array of comestibles hitherto unknown within the virgin borders of Blue Hill, Maine.  While […]

Why Do Students Cheat?

Why Do Students Cheat?

William Navarre contributed reporting. The AP Statistics class took its midterm the week before Christmas Break, and last week they took it for a second time.  The administration is currently investigating a cheating incident involving a large number of AP Stat students who used cell phones to cheat on their […]

Pictures from Into The Woods

Pictures from Into The Woods

  Please enjoy these pictures we received from Headmaster Paul Perkinson and Maggie Keating of the school’s musical, Into the Woods.

The Freshman Experience

The Freshman Experience

Article by Mina Mattes and Abigail Jakub Navigating the GSA hallways may be old hat to some, but to freshman, it’s a whole new world of confusing. “I got lost a few times the first week,” said new student Brianna Saad, “It’s quite a change, since I used to go […]

Other News

by / on September 21, 2013 at 1:37 pm

New Kids On The Block Part 1

This year GSA is welcoming many new teachers and staff to the school. Let’s get acquainted with a couple of these newbies. Suzzi Nielsen grew up in California where she went to Humboldt State and got her B.S. in Environmental Science. After spending most of her life in California she […]

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College Facts: CMU
by / on September 20, 2013 at 12:06 am

College Facts: CMU

Carnegie Mellon University – No.23 in 2014 U.S News National Universities Ranking – No.7 of Finance program in 2014 U.S News Best Undergraduate Business Programs Ranking – Professional sports teams including the Penguins (hockey), Steelers (football) and Pirates (baseball) – Famous for science and technology programs – Most popular majors […]

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by / on September 18, 2013 at 10:42 pm

Book Review

The Future of Us written by: Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler   This is a book that I would recomend to anyone looking for a good read. This book is about two teenagers who struggle to figure out their present, and future. The Future of Us, by Jay Asher and […]

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by / on June 25, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Parliamentary Procedure Artsfest Passes Laws

I (William) recently hosted an Artsfest activity: “Parliamentary Procedure.” Here’s what the legislature decided: Be it enacted by the people of Maine that GSA’s mascott is the capybara with pants with pictures of Drew. Be it enacted by the people of Maine that all public depictions of animals must be […]

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Class Night 2013
by / on June 12, 2013 at 6:18 pm

Class Night 2013

Class Night farewell at George Stevens, two days before graduation. Goodbye, George Stevens! from Beeswax Productions on Vimeo. Goodbye, George Stevens It’s been a long four years to be sure since as freshmen we first walked in the door Debby gave us a pass and sent us to class but […]

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GSA PSA: Clean up your plates!
by / on June 7, 2013 at 4:01 pm

GSA PSA: Clean up your plates!

Lehto Inc. has produced a short PSA to encourage students to bus their lunch plates.  DON’T ABANDON YOUR PLATES, KIDS.

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The Last Minute
by / on June 5, 2013 at 1:02 pm

The Last Minute

The very first issue of the Procrastinator was released on May 4, 2011.  It featured a vintage piece of Drew Cleveland portraiture- a magnificent yet very unflattering depiction of then-headmaster Bags Brokaw holding what appears to be a tiny popsicle.  It also featured this mission statement from Lucy Jakub: The […]

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Seniors high-five entire student body
by / on May 23, 2013 at 2:36 am

Seniors high-five entire student body

The senior high-five chain has become an annual tradition at George Stevens Academy.  Wednesday May 22 marked the final all-school assembly of the year; Student Council President Stephen Salois passed down the microphone to Charlotte Reiter, who will lead all-school assembly in the coming year.  The meeting ended with a […]

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When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day
by / on May 9, 2013 at 2:19 pm

When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day

And now, an alphabet rendition of the fantastic GSA Italy Trip: A is for “Allora,” which means “so” or “then” in Italian.  We heard this a lot. B is for Bridge.  Specifically, the bridge that Stephen Salois jumped off into the Arno River in Florence. C is for Cappuccino. And […]

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New Cafeteria Food Continues To Impress
by / on March 31, 2013 at 8:14 pm

New Cafeteria Food Continues To Impress

Frank Bianco, of Bianco Sausages and Catering, was appointed the new Director of Food Services for  GSA, and it was a great decision. Every day there’s something delicious and homemade  for lunch. For just five dollars you can get an entree, salad, and a dessert. The food served ranges from […]

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