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Chemistry classes continue tie dye tradition

Chemistry classes continue tie dye tradition

April 19, 2019

Starting Monday, April 1, chemistry classes started their annual tie-dying throughout the course of the following weeks, in both the science labs and in the courtyard. Science teachers Kim Dansereau, Romina Jannotti, Alyse Manning, Tawni Small and Angela...

Senior earns perfect score in AP Research

Senior earns perfect score in AP Research

April 18, 2019

AP Research, like other Advanced Placement classes, has a final exam at the end of the year. However this exam entails a 5,000-word research paper about a topic of the student’s choice and a 10-15-minute presentation regarding their paper, emulating...

School Shooting Threat Defused

School Shooting Threat Defused

April 3, 2019

Over spring break, allegations of a school shooting threat were made by an anonymous student. Questionable Instagram pictures posted on another student’s account alarmed parents, faculty and students. Images of weapons with threatening captions were ...

Theater has Superior time at states

Theater has Superior time at states

March 30, 2019

Juniors Madison Walker and Brenna McCafferty stood in front of the judges. They had practiced their act from King Henry V so many times, perfecting their French, and in the end it paid off, because the judges announced that they won a superior. “I...

Student Government Holds Elections

Charlotte Mansur

March 25, 2019

Filed under News

Monday, April 1 marks the start of the 2019-2020 student government elections which consist of future class and executive presidents, vice presidents, historians, secretaries and treasurers all ready to make their mark on the community. With over 20 positions to fill and only 25 people running excluding senators, many candidates will be running unopposed. In order to run, students have to have a good academic and disciplinary standing, as well as prepare a speech to recite...

Unleashed dance team finishes the season off strong

Unleashed dance team finishes the season off strong

March 13, 2019

Another season down and the Unleashed Dance Team finished with a flourish in regionals and nationals.     On Saturday, March 9, the varsity dance team traveled to Seminole High School to compete in the regional championships, placing third out of ...

Model UN hosts tournament

Model UN hosts tournament

March 13, 2019

On Saturday, March 9 the students were able to hosted a tournament at the school. A week before the tournament students are given a packet that tells them what country they will represent and the issue they are covering. They collect information about ...

Winterguard competition showcases Project Semicolon

Winterguard competition showcases Project Semicolon

March 13, 2019

The Winterguard team will take ot the stage, showcasing their talent and skill in a competitive performance at Freedom High School, on Saturday, March 16. This competition will closely follow their immense success in their most recent competition,...

To trip or not to trip

To trip or not to trip

March 12, 2019

On March 5 and March 7,  the English department took seniors to the Orlando Shakespeare Theater to watch Hamlet. Seniors covered Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the 3rd quarter, and the play served as a way to allow students to see a visual representation of what the...

Mu Alpha Theta holds Pi Day bake sale

Mu Alpha Theta holds Pi Day bake sale

March 6, 2019

Blueberry, apple dutch and peach cobbler - iconic pie flavors available to those who participated in the school’s annual pie sale in commemoration of Pi Day, March 14. The Pi Day sale was hosted by the Mu Alpha Theta club, which is an honor society...

UCF students’ future at stake amidst scandal

UCF students’ future at stake amidst scandal

March 6, 2019

As graduation is quickly approaching, many students are looking forward to moving off to college to begin their adult life, while others are looking forward to staying home and going to Seminole State College or UCF…which may turn out to be more complicated...

DECA business club competes at states

DECA business club competes at states

March 6, 2019

Sophomore Laura Darty did not expect much. Her only prior experience was a mock competition at UCF, so Darty went into her first state competition not thinking about awards. But as the weekend concluded, and it was time for the awards ceremony, Darty ...

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