The Eagle Way

In-Person or Online?

In-Person or Online?

Why Three Eagles Have Decided to Stay Online for the Remainder of the School Year.
Avery Schmidt, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

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Vigil standing among his competitors at the CHSAA State Competition

Victorious: Ryan Vigil Wins Long Awaited State Title

Andy Johnson March 19, 2021

Broomfield wrestler Ryan Vigil, 11, won a long-awaited state championship last Saturday at the annual CHSAA state wrestling tournament, becoming the latest member of an elite group of Eagle wrestlers to...

A Broomfield Cornerstone

A Broomfield Cornerstone

Cindy Lamontagne, owner of Burritos to Go, has impacted the community for over two decades.
Gabe Estabanes December 3, 2020

A local burritos restaurant, Burritos To Go, looks like a normal small business at first sight; however, it has several small features and secrets that concludes to a heartwarming story. It all starts...

The History of Valentine's Day

The History of Valentine’s Day

Kylie Wood, Staff Writer February 13, 2020

Although many Broomfield students celebrate Valentine’s Day, be it with a significant other, friends, or family, most don’t know how the holiday originated. Valentine’s Day has its origins in...

Broomfield Free Ski: What is Backcountry Skiing?

Broomfield Free Ski: What is Backcountry Skiing?

Bella Arreola, Staff Writer February 10, 2020

Colorado is probably best known for its one-of-a-kind ski resorts that attract skiers and snowboarders from all around the world. At Broomfield High School, skiing is quite a hobby among a majority of...

To Eat or Not To Eat

To Eat or Not To Eat

Gen Z, Food Allergies, and Diets
Sydnee Reichert, Staff Writer February 3, 2020

Lactose intolerance, tree nut allergies, and peanuts are some of the most common food allergies people have today. Some of the most common allergies at Broomfield High School are similarly dairy, gluten,...

World War Three: The War Joked About

World War Three: The War Joked About

Elliot Graham, Staff Writer January 28, 2020

There is no denying it, World War Three is a huge topic right now. World war three hashtags have appeared in about 459,000 Instagram posts and upwards of a million twitter posts recently. Even though many...

For The Love of Music

For The Love of Music

Junior MaraMay Stone prepares to sing her heart out in the Colorado All State Choir.
Annabelle Lingbeck, Editor in Chief January 27, 2020

MaraMay Stone, 11, has always loved music. Generations of music lovers in her family have cultivated her love for playing, singing, and writing the melodies in her head, and MaraMay will be contributing...

Farewell to a Friend

Farewell to a Friend

Maya Guzman returns to Mexico after making an impact on the Broomfield community.
Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer January 23, 2020

This past weekend, freshman Maya Guzman returned back to her home in Jalisco, Guadalajara in Mexico. Maya was born in Denton, Texas and moved to Mexico after some family circumstances led her, her mom,...

A Home for the Homeless

A Home for the Homeless

Bella Arreola, Staff Writer January 21, 2020

Lauren Frisch, a junior, is currently working on her Gold Award project for Girl Scouts. She is planning to turn one of the rooms in her church, the United Methodist Church, into a functioning home for...

Education or Marginalization?

Education or Marginalization?

How religious students may feel marginalized in social studies classrooms.
Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer November 14, 2019

Religious beliefs and politics are usually touchy subjects in schools. With so many opposing positions, it can be hard to establish a peaceful and respectful environment for all students.  Social studies...

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