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The Bobcat Prowl

The Bobcat Prowl

The Bobcat Prowl

What classes are SWHS students most looking forward to next year?

Jason Alwang
June 8, 2020

The schedules for the next year at South Windsor High School were released on May 27th  and there are many different classes that the students are looking forward to. Here are just a few classes that...

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The Bobcat Prowl: OUR SENIORS

Kelli Mann
June 7, 2020

Within the community at South Windsor High School, many faces in the class of 2020 have influenced change. Specifically, nine of The Bobcat Prowl’s very own editors and writers, Jillian Thibodeau, Jacob...

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South Windsor High School’s 2020 Graduation

South Windsor High School’s 2020 Graduation

Caitlin Sze
June 7, 2020

In a recent email sent to the students and parents of South Windsor High School, it was confirmed that the graduation was going to be a drive-thru. Here is some more information on what to expect, and...

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Salutatorian, Elizabeth Malone, and her High School Career

Salutatorian, Elizabeth Malone, and her High School Career

Caitlin Sze
May 29, 2020

It was recently announced that Elizabeth Malone would be the class of 2020’s salutatorian. Here are some of her biggest accomplishments throughout high school, and memories that will stick with her forever. Malone...

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SWHS Sponsor a Senior

Brianna Skaff
May 8, 2020

As the recent news of state-wide school shutdowns weigh down on SWHS students and faculties shoulders, there is some good news to be found. Beginning this past week, a Facebook group has been set up for...

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Source: Hartford Courant

Covid-19 brings Kindness to the South Windsor, CT Dairy Queen

Jillian Thibodeau
May 8, 2020

In the past few months, Covid-19 has taken over the world and has negatively impacted so many lives, but throughout this difficult time, people’s true colors have shone through. From people going to...

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Olivia Hewitt Commits to Simmons University

Olivia Hewitt Commits to Simmons University

Jillian Thibodeau
April 13, 2020

As of Monday, April 6th, SWHS senior, Olivia Hewitt, committed to Simmons University as an exercise science major. After applying to and being accepted into four other schools, she was very excited to...

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Heather Kim prepares to head into the batting cages and hit some softballs.

A Look at Heather Kim’s Love for Racquet Sports, Extra Curriculars, and the Flute

Kelli Mann
March 30, 2020

Sophomore at SWHS, Heather Kim, has proven herself to be a determined and active person overall. Within every aspect of her life, Kim has found passion in getting involved in the many activities, sports,...

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Who is Julia Ghagare and How Has She Been Active Within the SWHS Community

Who is Julia Ghagare and How Has She Been Active Within the SWHS Community

Caitlin Sze
March 24, 2020

Sophomore, Julia Ghagare, is involved within her school community constantly in joining clubs, after school activities, and sports.  One thing that Ghagare is involved in at SWHS is the Girls Tennis...

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Robotics Team Finishes Season with Victory

Robotics Team Finishes Season with Victory

Caitlin Sze
March 19, 2020

The South Windsor High School Bobcat Robotics Team was off to a winning streak until hearing the unfortunate news of the Corona Virus, which put an end to their season. The team recently competed at Wilby...

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What To Do When Creating Your Capstone Project

Brianna Skaff
March 1, 2020

As the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close, the incoming seniors should begin to prepare for Capstone. For those who don’t know, Capstone is a long-term project where students are able to explore...

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Mazdumar playing in the Wells Fargo Progam championships (a PGA event)

How Junior, Meghna Mazumdar Founded the Golf Team at SWHS

Jessica Vieira
February 26, 2020

SWHS Junior Meghna Mazumdar started the first ever girls Varsity Golf Team in just her eighth grade year, 2016. When she was looking for extracurriculars as her last year of middle school came to a close,...

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