Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

STMS Students Family’s Business is a Nightmare

As child Eddie Cook enjoyed scaring the pants off of anyone and everyone.     “I love to see reactions, falling down from someone jumping out, etc. because as a child I liked to scare people so seeing the reactions is funny to me.” said Eddie Cook one of the owners of the 901 Nightmare. The […]

Wildcats Preparing For The Sound of Music

The “hills are alive” at Saluda Trail with The Sound of Music as Wildcats are preparing for their 9th musical which will take place May 23rd and 24th at 7 p.m. The Sound of Music is based on the true story of the Von Trapp Family Singers. It tells the story of a young lady named Maria […]

Little Visitors

Did you happen to see elementary students at STMS? Well, they are 2nd and 3rd graders from Northside Elementary School of the Arts. They were here during the school day in order to rehearse for their musical production, Summer Camp. Over 100 students were involved in the production, from performing on stage, to helping behind […]

Yearbooks For Sale!!

Yearbooks are $35 through December 31st. Then January 1st it goes up to $40. Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks before the price goes up. You can pay with cash, but if you pay with a check you need to have a phone number and DL number on it. If your core teacher didn’t give […]

Second Photography Showcase Was A Success

Fifteen students in Mrs. Dantzler’s 2nd semester 8th grade photography class  recently showcased their work through a photography exhibition.  The exhibition  – Snaptastic Wildcat Exposure –  was held Tuesday, May 26th,  from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the gallery. This was the second photography exhibit to be ever held at the school. The showcase featured more than 80 images and will be displayed through the […]

Hottest Place in Town

It’s getting close to summer and temperatures are rising! Students are getting ready to be out and about in the world and their going to be looking for things to do. Maybe some will be at Carowinds all summer. Maybe some will stay inside with social media. Others will find themselves on Main Street. “I’ll be […]

Music & Art Departments present “Inscription of Hope”

The music and art departments at STMS will present “Inscription of Hope,” this year’s spring concert and art show on Thursday, April 30th at 7:30 p.m. All three grade level choruses are set to perform. The Eighth Grade Singing Lady Wildcats will perform the three songs which recently earned them their superior rating at concert […]

All About Solving The Cube

On Friday mornings a dozen kids can be found  hard at work  in Mrs. Graves’ IT Lab trying to solve  a twisty puzzle. The kids, a part of a fairly new club called the Rubik’s Cube Club, seem to be captivated by the colorful cube. The Rubik’s cube was invented in the late 1974 and early 1975. It was […]

‘Hairspray Jr.’ Musical Promises to Offer Big Hair and Big Fun

The fifties are out and the sixties are in! Saluda Trail Middle School will be present its version of Hairspray Jr. this week. Hairspray Jr., Saluda Trail’s 7th musical, will kick off with a district performance on March 24th and a school performance on March 25th. General public show times will be the evenings of […]

We’ve Got Spirit!

This week STMS students get to have some added fun while showing their Wildcat Pride! Sponsored by Student Council, there are some amazing fun-filled Spirit Week activities planned which will have the entire school roaring with pride. “I like that fact that we get to dress down,” said Cesar Robles, a 7th grader. Spirit week […]

Get Ready To Party

Get ready to hit that Whip and that NaeNae this Friday when Saluda Trail hosts its first dance of the school year from 4 to 6 p.m. in the gym. Sponsored by the Student Council, this year’s dance will be Mardi Gras themed! “This year, we wanted to do something different,” said Mrs. White, advisor […]

A Show to Watch

This show is full of action, blood and gore, leaving viewers each week hungry for more.  AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” now in its 5th season, has become very popular with many Wildcats. “The show is really cool and adventurous and teaches you how to survive the zombie apocalypse,” said Jordan Worthy, a 7th grader who […]

Photography Students Excited About First Exhibition

“Oh Snap,” an exhibition of photography showcasing a collection of stunning images from Mrs.Dantzler’s 8th grade photography class, will be held Tuesday, January 13th, 2015  from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the STMS gallery. A reception will begin at 5:15pm. “My students and I are extremely excited about our upcoming exhibition,” said Mrs.Dantzler. “These continuing digital photography students […]

STMS Students Go Back In Time

STMS students recently took a step back in time when they took part in the school’s annual Renaissance Festival. The festival was held October 23, 2014 and was thoroughly enjoyed! As part of the related arts curriculum, students spent several weeks learning about the Middle Ages and the Renaissance time period. The festival was the culmination of the unit. […]

STMS Students Loved Scary Fun Nights

Throughout the month of October, many Saluda Trail Middle School students spent their weekends being terrorized by creatures of the night. Carowinds, our area theme park, is transformed into a “scream park” each season when it debuts as Scarowinds Halloween Haunt. Carowinds is located at 14523 Blvd in Charlotte, NC. Some students enjoyed making their way […]

A Look into the Maze

The Maze Runner could be summarized in only 3 words: memory, fear, and survival. What would you do if you woke up in an elevator that led to a huge glade? How would you react if you opened your eyes and found more than 40 boys staring at you? How would you feel if you […]

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