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Southworth takes a bow

Southworth takes a bow

June 7, 2018

He started as a maternity leave substitute, and as a full term teacher, he took over the program in the middle of the school year. It may not seem like the ideal start for a teacher. But  for theater director Trevor Southworth, it was. Southworth s...

Teamwork test

Teamwork test

June 5, 2018

Most students spend the last few half days of school either taking exams, at home on their phone or watching Television, but not these 24 JROTC cadets, who spent May 23-25 at Camp La No Chee, a Boy Scout camp, located in the middle of nowhere with no r...

Summer shift has teachers on the move

Katarina Harrison, Opinions Editor

May 25, 2018

Filed under Features

Preparations for the new school year have begun for students and teachers campuswide. While for students this may mean getting an early start on their summer assignments, many teachers have had to make a different plan entirely--redecorating. Over the summer, the classrooms in building 6 will be repainted. Last year's beautification projects included the painting of pillars and outer structures but this year the interiors of classrooms will be painted. To prepare for ...

Looking outside his comfort zone

Looking outside his comfort zone

May 18, 2018

High school is meant to be a time for change and transition. Looking back on his past four years, senior Matthew Whittemore would say it was just that. “Freshman year I was a very quiet and antisocial kid and this continued all the way through the...

Finding a new outlet

Finding a new outlet

May 18, 2018

Two concussions, the loss of a sport he loves, and a $46,530 ROTC scholarship. Senior Anthony Del Rosario’s time in high school has been filled with highs and lows, it all started when he had to give up football, a sport he had played for seven years...

Spinning to the top

Spinning to the top

May 17, 2018

On Friday, April 6, everything that could have gone wrong, did. The winterguard team waited outside the school, filled with excitement and nerves, but it was not the routine they had to fear, it was getting to the competition. The vans to take the team...

Breakfast on the go

Breakfast on the go

April 23, 2018

Junior Jennifer Mustafa wakes up for school at 5:30 a.m. She goes the pantry to find Goldfish and crackers, and other non-breakfast related items. She then opens the fridge, to find a gallon of milk and leftovers from dinner. Still nothing good for breakfast....

College Vibes

College Vibes

April 16, 2018

Spring break: normally a time for the beach and catching up on sleep missed from all the stress of third quarter. For junior Kayla Whisneant, however, it was a time for college tours. During spring break, Whisneant toured eight colleges: Lynn University,...

‘Addams Family impresses crowd

‘Addams Family impresses crowd

April 16, 2018

The theater department entertained the crowd during of “The Addams Family” on March 29-31, the last production of the school year. The ensemble played the theme song, and the audience was introduced to the Addams family during the first song. The...

Track runs into districts

Track runs into districts

April 16, 2018

This year was supposed to be a rebuilding year. The athletes of girls and boys track and field knew they were going to have to step up. They did just that; putting new faces on the top of leaderboards every week, the boys and girls track and field...

Doing it all

Doing it all

March 22, 2018

Leadership, SGA, and dance - just a few of the activities senior Abby Smith participates in. However, while she excels in all her activities, Smith still finds time to enjoy being a senior. Smith has been dancing since she was 5, and is currently a...

The victory lap

Sarah Dreyer, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2018

Filed under Features

An Eagle Scout, track & field star and an AP student, senior Jacob Strickle is finishing strong in high school. "I make sure I have time for after school activities such as track & field and hanging out with friends," Strickle said. "I make sure I balance: homework, track, friends and family." Strickle has been in track since ninth grade. He started track and cross country in middle school, but stopped cross country at the end of eighth grade, to focus on track....

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