On Aug. 12, North St. Paul siblings Evan, 16, and Charlotte Gill, 21, completed a 1,100-mile hike along the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Today’s youth have grown up with smartphones that map their routes, video games that allow them to communicate with their friends remotely, and travel opportunities that enable them to expand their horizons overseas.
Three high school students from North St. Paul — Alison Michelle Anderson, Izabella George and Jeremy Wales — are appearing in a new musical called "Seriously Bugged!" at the Minneapolis Fringe Festival.
Even the media get into the act in District 622 Summer Theatre’s “Anything Goes” during the final dress rehearsal at North High July 22. Claire Clauson plays Reno Sweeney, nightclub singer and former evangelist attracting star attention as madcap adventures are about to begin aboard the liner S.S. American.
District 622’s Summer Theatre presented the musical comedy “Anything Goes,” July 23-26.
Tartan’s Hannah Benck shares a hug with Annemarie Sass, Tartan 9th-grade teacher and coach, at the STA2RS Banquet stage May 20. The top ten percent of Tartan and North High seniors were honored by the 622 Education Foundation and sponsors at Prom Center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
It happened again
The 19th Annual Sta2rs Banquet was held for the top 10 percent of the graduation classes at North and Tartan high schools.
Students share a dance wearing traditional Ethiopian dress.
The Festival of Cultures was held at North High May 8. Numerous countries were represented, showcasing popular foods, musical instruments, traditions, and dances of their culture. (photos/Linda Baumeister/Review)
The “Northern Lights” show choir will present its annual student-written and -produced extravaganza this weekend. At center, Shannon Lee is a soloist. (submitted photo)
North High School's "Northern Lights" show choir will conclude its year of competition with its annual "extravaganza." The performance functions as a revue, letting the award-winning group showcase its biggest, best numbers, with the added creativ
The North High JROTC, along with the Boy Scout Troop 9515 and Cub Pack 188, were out working at the Southwood Nature Preserve on April 25. They helped the Parks and Recreation Commission pull up buckthorn and lay mulch around the 94 trees planted last summer. (Linda Baumeister/Review)