Welcome to the Walnut Street Journal

The official newspaper of Titusville High School. On this website you access all of our previous editions. Going forth, it is our second year of the Walnut Street Journal, we have established an admirable staff full of driven individuals whose content is captivating. Students attending THS may also submit their photography, poetry or art to … Continue reading Welcome to the Walnut Street Journal

Former Titusville student Logan Ford shoots project into the stars

Logan Ford, a former student of Titusville High School, will get the chance to send a science experiment up into space to orbit the Earth aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Ford along with one partner, will present their project to scientists and other officials of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) at Cape Canaveral, … Continue reading Former Titusville student Logan Ford shoots project into the stars

High Schooler ran business “Dreamboat crystals,” takes off

While starting a business is hard enough let alone being in high school with school work, clubs, and much more, makes the task even more difficult to accomplish. However, this is exactly what young businessman Greg Beightol has endured and accomplished.  His business includes crystals for healing, and aesthetics, as well as creating bracelets out … Continue reading High Schooler ran business “Dreamboat crystals,” takes off

THS Stands Tall Against Smokeless Tobacco

February 16th through the 22nd was national Through With Chew Week. This week is all about saying no to smokeless tobacco products. This event happened at the same time as The Great American Spit Out, or GASpO. This event has similar motives to Through With Chew Week as it is also advocating against smokeless tobacco … Continue reading THS Stands Tall Against Smokeless Tobacco

Spanish teacher pushes for upcoming Cultures Club

At Titusville High School there are a variety of clubs. From drama and art clubs to sports and university clubs, students here have many options to choose from. But among these choices a club on culture was not available. Until two language teachers teamed up to make a Culture’s club. They wanted students to learn … Continue reading Spanish teacher pushes for upcoming Cultures Club

The #Broomstick Challenge is a hoax

The broomstick challenge is “sweeping” over the internet, specifically facebook. Yesterday there was a so-called “perfect tilt,” of the Earth supposedly making it so one has the ability to stand on its own. However you can make it stand any day of the year, making this fad an utter hoax.  The trend all started with … Continue reading The #Broomstick Challenge is a hoax

NBA Legend Kobe Bryant passes in a Helicopter Crash

NBA legend Kobe Bryant has tragically passed in a helicopter accident along with his daughter, thirteen year old Gianna. The others that passed in the crash were Payton Chester, 13, Sarah Chester, 45, Alyssa Altobelli, 14, Keri Altobelli, 46, John Altobelli, 56, Christina Mauser, 38, and Ara Zobayan, 50. The group was on their way … Continue reading NBA Legend Kobe Bryant passes in a Helicopter Crash

High School Student’s Car Detailing Business Races to Success

While some students spend their free time studying, senior Xavian Sider spends his weekends cleaning cars to turn a buck. And he doesn’t work for just anyone- he works for himself. You heard that right, Sider has single-handedly started his own business as a high school student.  It all started in August, when Sider did … Continue reading High School Student’s Car Detailing Business Races to Success

THS production of The Little Mermaid cast interview

Almost every school has some type of sport option, whether it be football or swimming. But at Titusville we have more than just sports. Theater production is also an option at THS. This year the chosen musical was The Little Mermaid, the students have been working hard and in just a month they will be … Continue reading THS production of The Little Mermaid cast interview