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Accreditation: Our School In Flux

Accreditation: Our School In Flux

Alexander Cate, Opinion Editor

October 20, 2014

Last year, the biggest fear at Hollis Brookline was not AP Tests, graduation, or even final exams. No, it was the looming threat of losing our accreditation. Accreditation is a title given by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). It’s a way of giving schools an award for excellence...

Robotics Removed

The new classroom, which used to be the location of First Robotics Team 1073.
Photo Credit: Evan Moloney

Evan Moloney, News Editor

September 21, 2014

While Administration's push toward accreditation has prompted a number of significant changes within the school, one of the most striking has been that regarding Room 374, formerly known to the school as the Tech Shop. The room has been cleared and its contents moved to the middle school, with new...

Cafeteria table conundrum

Hannah Balfour '17 eats lunch at one of the new tables in the cafeteria.

Heather Trono, Design Editor

September 19, 2014

To upperclassmen, the cafeteria is obviously different. Seniors have the Mini-Caf instead of their traditional spot in the third-floor lobby, and rectangular tables have replaced the round ones in order to fit more students. Along with other fire concerns the back lobby is not able to have tables...

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