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Pitching progress

Pitching progress

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter

April 23, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Move, Showcase, Spring Sports

Insta-worthy Prom

Insta-worthy Prom

Jennifer Ferry, Staff Reporter

April 23, 2018


Filed under Showcase

Art Museum/ Forest Park- The Art Museum and Forest Park are great places for pictures and boast attractions such as art hill, the museum’s grand staircase, natural trees, a lake, and the jewel box. The wide variety of locations make this area great for pictures; however, keep in mind it is a crowded ar...

Basketball beast

Basketball beast

Justin Hedrick, Staff reporter

April 16, 2018


Filed under 2017-18, Girls Basketball, Move, Showcase, Winter

Being a varsity athlete and taking the responsibility of being a starter is an extremely successful and difficult task. Doing it as an underclassman is almost unheard of, save for some sophomores. Yet some of the most elite athletes you’ll ever find started on varsity as a freshman. This means that ...

Outdated and underappreciated

Outdated and underappreciated

Whitney Klein, Voice Editor

April 9, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Voice

The current generation of taxpayers never ceases to appall me with their selfish choices. Another crushing event has proven that people care more about money than education; the education of those who will soon be in charge of this country. Proposition Learn, the 48-cent tax levy on the April 3 ballot,...

Dear “Prop Learn” voters

Dear “Prop Learn” voters

Skylar Laird, Co-editor in chief

April 9, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase, Uncategorized

Dear everyone who voted “no” on Prop Learn,   I don’t think you’re all horrible people. I’m sure, when you walked into that voting booth, you didn’t think, “how can I make life a little more difficult for every high school in the area?” There are lots of valid reasons to v...

Protests for peace

Protests for peace

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Uncategorized

One of the most powerful tools students across the country have is the ability to use their voice. People have positively changed our history through sit-ins and marches, for example, and now more than ever teens are voicing their opinions to change the world. While having strong opinions and voicing you...

Pointed in the right direction

Pointed in the right direction

Emily Hall, Staff photographer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase, Video

Smart. Athletic. Dedicated. Kind. These are all words that describe Senior thrower Abigail Green. One of her latest achievements is getting accepted into the United States Military Academy, otherwise known as West Point. It is a long and rigorous process, and only a select few get a nomination into the...

Becoming normal

Becoming normal

Skylar Laird, Co-editor in chief

March 16, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Showcase

My friends’ laughter began to fade with the dimming of the lights around us. We all settled back into our seats in anticipation for our movie as the previews began. They were the same as they always were: trailer after trailer for superhero movies (in which the leading man falls in love with the ...

Putting yourself first

Putting yourself first

Emily Mann, CO-Editor in Chief

March 16, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase, The process, Voice

March 10, 2016. The room is filled with 99 other students who are “just like me.” A cold, blurry, dark auditorium to me was a lively, happy, celebratory gathering for everyone else. Shaking, dizzy, exhausted, and migraine ridden, I sat with as much attention I could muster on Dr. Arnel’s voice d...

Inspirational Adeyemi

Inspirational Adeyemi

Skylar Laird, Co-editor in chief

March 16, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

“IF YOU WANT IT YOU CAN DO IT,” large red words read against a black screen behind 24-year-old author Tomi Adeyemi, who smiles broadly as she speaks into a microphone, encouraging the library full of students watching her to pursue their dreams, regardless of how difficult it may be. Her bright ...

Mr. FHC raises funds

Mr. FHC raises funds

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Events, Feature, Galleries, Showcase

The annual Mr. FHC fundraiser took place last week, this year raising money for Five Acres Animal Shelter. Through the combined ticket sales and “Miracle Minute” segment, over $2,000 was raised. Carl Swanson was crowned Mr. Sophomore, Eion Jones received Mr. Junior, and Aleks Kisselhoff won Mr. S...

Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire

Garrett Allen, Discover editor

March 16, 2018


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Fall. The overcast Monday sky at the crack of dawn casts a shadow over his face as he closes the side door to his small house. Another one. He lets out a breath. One half of an hour later, he walks briskly into his first classroom of the day; by the end, after four AP sessions, he is in the most challeng...

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