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  • Tomorrow night is the FHC Fine Arts Festival form 6 to 9pm in the Spartan Cafe. It's free to all. Come support your visual, vocal, instrumental, and performing artists. 3/31

  • Monday will be FHC Cardinal Day. Let’s turn our blue and silver, red for a day! Administrators will be giving away tickets to participating students during passing periods for prizes!

  • On May 10th, YA authors Julie Buxbaum and Jeff Zentner will be at FHC during seminar.

  • A mother’s love
  • The crushing end
  • Making a difference
  • Super Schott
  • Creative Crain
  • Boisterous Beckmann
  • A mother’s love

    A mother’s love

    Elaine Mallon, Discover Editor

    Seven months after giving birth to her son Jude, Senior Amy C READ MORE »»

    A little over 24 hours after giving birth, Cato holds Jude for the first time. As she fed him a bottle, all of the troubles of Cato's pregnancies faded away.

    courtesy of Amy Cato

  • The crushing end

    The crushing end

    Garrett Allen, Staff reporter

    A shocking 9-5 upset defeat against Fort Zumwalt North marked the end of the season for the players of the varsity baseball team last Monday, the 15th of May. The class five, district seven game was meant to be another win on the road to the state championships, but was thwarted by several critical e...

    An unidentified player readies the bat for his swing and hopeful hit. The varsity team finished this year with a record of 15 wins against 12 losses.

    Mackenzie Craven

  • Making a difference

    Making a difference

    Elisa Swanson, Web Executive Editor

    The past year FHC has raised money, donated shoes, given their time to the people in our local and global community

    Some NHS members gather around at Kahoot Night. Kahoot night raised money for two NHS scholarships.

    Hunter Rodgers

  • Super Schott

    Super Schott

    Emily Mann, Print Executive Editor

    Thank you for being you and letting me be me. Your room has become a home and I can't imagine high school without publications or you or this room. You have had a bigger impact on me than you will ever know. I appreciate all the time you put in and all the days you let us stay after to work on things...

  • Creative Crain

    Creative Crain

    Emily Mann, Print Executive Editor

    CC rain thank you for being a wonderful person and an amazing friend. you have been a extremely big influence on me and have impacted me in so many ways. thank you for exemplifying happiness every day in and out of your classroom and reminding me to smile! thank you for always believing in me and pu...

    Senora Crain laughs with her spanish students. Senora Crain has participated with International Club and Central Outreach.

  • Boisterous Beckmann

    Boisterous Beckmann

    Elaine Mallon and Garrett Allen

    When I first walked into your classroom, I was very intimidated by you. I don’t know how I could have been afraid of a suburban dad who really cared about his lawn, but I was.  I was looking forward to taking your class.  Unlike your typical teenager, I’ve always had a passion for politics and...

    Mr. Beckmann smiles as he tells a joke to his class. He teaches both AP Government and Contemporary Issues.

Volleyball Victorious

Volleyball Victorious

Liz Baker, staff reporter

The team started the games slow but eventually were motivated and picked up the pace to win the games according to seniors Cameron Zelei and Nathan Goestenkors. “...

May 16, 2017No Comments

Relay team heads into sectionals undefeated

Relay team heads into sectionals undefeated

Mackenzie Craven, Staff photographer

The 4x1 Relay stayed undefeated during the regular season and are headed to sectionals with placing fourth in districts this past weekend.

May 16, 2017No Comments

The Home Stretch

The Home Stretch

Abbie Bartell, Staff Reporter

As the school year comes to an end, many students look forward to summer break but then are faced with another year of highschool in a few short months. However for senio...

May 12, 2017No Comments

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Break the Silence

Break the Silence

Taylor Amlong, Staff Photographer

For most players, their pre-game can affect the way they perform in a game. I am one of those players. For soccer, we always play a CD that the captains made for all the home...

April 27, 2017

Books vs. movies

Books vs. movies

April 18, 2017

Labels are for soup cans

Labels are for soup cans

March 6, 2017

Crying out

Crying out

February 7, 2017

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Pies and Presidents

Pies and Presidents

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

This past week has been an eventful one for the members of Epsilon Beta. After holding elections, the group has decided on a new set of officers, but took the leadership in a ne...

April 27, 2017

Standing Ovation

Standing Ovation

April 27, 2017

Song of the week: “Ordinary” by Ricky Dillon

April 21, 2017

Song of the week: “Hold on” by Chord Overstreet

Song of the week: “Hold on” by Chord Overstreet

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