Journalism: Fall Writing
Proctor's fall Journalism class brings you an installment of our writing.  This site is an organic "working newsroom" where the writing is shared, shaped, and edited - an ongoing process where some articles continue to evolve. We strive for authentic stories that explore Proctor and our world for a real audience.  Click on a link and enjoy.  Please comment and tell us what you think!

Daniel Sangmin Yeom is a four year senior at Proctor Academy who enjoys taking picture and writing essays. He posts on
Jazzin’ It Up!
"Music expresses that which can’t be put into words and cannot remain silent, once claimed Victor Hugo, an 18th century French poet.”

Dafne Leidi [ley-dee] is a three year senior who likes dry movies and is naming her son "Ima."
Here Today, Gown Tomorrow
"As I walk up the steps to the stage where Mike Henriques is standing, facing me with a big smile, and I reach out my hand to receive the diploma..."

Emilee Barnouin was born in London, lives in LA, goes to Proctor and likes to live, laugh, and love.
A Walk to Remember
On Sunday, the 23rd of October, five faculty members, eighteen students and two faculty kids from Proctor walked to help fight breast cancer.”

Jack Bender is a casual guy who writes to give you the hard facts even if they are too hard to handle.
Where is the Hornet?
"Bears, tigers, phantoms: what’s next for the Proctor mascot?"

Brad Crisman is a three year senior at Proctor Academy. He loves snowboarding  and long walks on the beach.
Playing the Strings
“Ever wonder what it’s like to live and breathe music?” 
Dan often is playing bass guitar
Dafne ponders tradition
Emilee on Fundraising
Jack: hard-hitting, fair and balanced.
Brad profiles a musician