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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.

Senior Award Night 2017

Senior Award Night 2017

Connor Crites, Staff Photographer
May 19, 2017
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Dr. Arnel spoke at Senior Awards Night, on Thursday, May 11. The seniors have worked hard the past four years to be recognized at this ceremony. Thousands of dollars in awards were given out, and many students recognized for their excellence.

The season of pep

The season of pep

Gracie Kruep, Staff Photographer
May 2, 2017
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 During an extremely interactive Spartan spring pep assembly, the pep club had allowed many of the spring sports to showcase just exactly what people would need to be successful while playing. A couple sports even had their own little games they played; lacrosse showed the school just how difficult ...

Fine Arts Festival Festivities

Ashley Gault, Photographer
April 10, 2017
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The FHC Fine Arts Festival is an annual event that choir, band, art and theatre come together for to show all the projects they've worked on throughout the school year. The art department puts their works of art on display, while theatre, band and choir have a variety of live performances throughou...

Students get psyched out

Students get psyched out

Abram Cutshall, Staff Photographer
March 29, 2017
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On Tuesday, Mar 28, students who took a psych course, were visited by hypnotist, Steve Bohning, in order to learn more about other states of mind. Some students took in being hypnotized in order to gain first hand experience. They performed tasks such as giving birth to shoes who they thought were...

I am WE

I am WE

Molly Ebert, Staff photographer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Clubs, Discover, Discover, Galleries

  Three cars of students and chaperones hit the road and headed toward Chicago on March 28 after school. The club, Central Outreach, earned its tickets to We Day 2017 through service projects here in our community and across the globe. They took part in the We Are Love campaign by writing unique let...

The power of hands

The power of hands

Laura Weiss, photographer
February 1, 2017
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"'The hand' is but another name for human skill, power, and usefulness, and for the studied adaptation of means to ends." - Bible Hub Us humans use our hands for unbelievable purposes. We use hands  to create, show affection, take lives, save lives, convey emotion, hurt others, help others, and an...

Test review made fun

Test review made fun

December 10, 2016
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On Oct. 24, Mrs. Scott’s Pre-AP Biology class had 50-Point Monday. The point of the day was to review the concepts of cellular respiration and photosynthesis before the chapter test. Some of the activities include making a diagram of the stages of photosynthesis, answering questions from the book, and ma...

Central outreach makes the “holly day” bright

Central outreach makes the “holly day” bright

Molly Ebert, Photographer
December 9, 2016
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On Dec. 3 a handful of members of Central Outreach headed to T.A.S.K. in Fenton to volunteer at their Holly Day Camp for the majority of the day. About 60 campers with various mental disabilities of all different ages came to have a day full of Christmas fun. From making Christmas ornaments to pett...

Encouraging critical thinking

Encouraging critical thinking

Veronica Zieman, Staff photographer
December 2, 2016
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After students complete a homework assignment, physics teacher Ryan McCoy sometimes likes to have his students think more critically about the problems that they have solved. Rather than collecting the homework and grading it for completion, Mr. McCoy assigns students to different problems from the ...

Sorting through the trash

Sorting through the trash

Mackenzie Craven, Staff photographer
December 1, 2016
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On Oct. 27, Mrs. Paula Pettig’s fifth hour Environmental Studies class did a trash dissection lab. Most of the students were very shocked by the smell of the room as they entered. There was a huge pile of trash bags in front of the room stacked about three feet high and nine feet wide. “I on...

Unraveling a mystery

Unraveling a mystery

Gracie Kruep, Staff photographer
November 30, 2016
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At the beginning of the class hour, biology teacher Mrs. Luanne Scott told a story about the haunted home she lived in for not even a year. She told her students about all the events that happened at the home before she took over residency and she told the students what had happened to her in the hou...

‘Don’t eat anything you find!’

‘Don’t eat anything you find!’

Ciara Bell, Staff photographer
November 29, 2016
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On Oct. 27 during fourth hour, Mrs. Paula Pettig’s Environmental Studies class went elbows deep into trash. All of Mrs. Pettig’s Environmental Studies classes participated in a lab where the students had to sort through trash, categorize it and recycle the items that were able to be recycled. “D...

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