• No School - Winter Break - Dec.22 - Jan.2
  • No School-Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 24-Nov. 28
  • HS/JHS Orchestra Concert - Dec.15 at 7 pm
  • End of 2nd Quarter - Jan. 13
  • HS Choir Concert- Nov. 30 at 7pm
  • HS Band Concert - Dec. 14 at 7pm
  • No School - Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 24-28
The student voice of Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Leaf

The student voice of Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Leaf

The student voice of Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Leaf

Cassidy Tyler

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December 5, 2021
RAINBOW FOR EQUALITY. Anyone who has done much research about the LGBTQ+ community has most likely heard of the Westboro Baptist Church, described by the Washington Post as “cult-like” and “homophobic. They are known for protesting soldiers’ funerals, being anti-semitic, and promoting the death penalty for LGBTQ+ Americans. However, just across the street from the church is a house that has been dubbed the “Equality House.” The house is painted rainbow and is a resource center for Planting Peace, a global organization that promotes peace and equality. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons.

Pride Pad

May 11, 2021
MASKED EMOTIONS. William Shakespeare once said that “the eyes are the window to the soul”, something that has only become more clear in the past year as masks have left our eyes as our main facial features. Centuries after Shakespeares time, modern studies have indeed shown that the eyes do reveal more than what is perceived through speech alone. So how have eyes becoming our most visible feature affected our nonverbal communication? 
Above, Claire Dippold, 9. Photo via Cassidy Tyler

Masked Emotions

March 29, 2021
POIGNANT PREQUEL. Concrete Rose, Angie Thomas’ third novel and prequel to The Hate U Give, was released this past January and Angie Thomas’ fans are pleased to see the backstory of Maverick Carter executed so well.

February 5, 2021
PANDEMIC PHOTOGRAPHY. As with many other professions photography has been affected by Covid-19 many events are being canceled and many are stuck inside. With these limitations photographers have been forced to get creative with their art, some capturing more personal photos while being stuck inside and others capturing the pandemic through photographing essential workers and now empty spaces like in the photo above of the eerily deserted Florida shore during quarantine. “... highlighting the many talented photographers who are able to capture a unique moment or perspective in a truly remarkable period of history,” said the Anonymous artists behind the Covid Photo Museum.

Photography in a Pandemic

November 20, 2020
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