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Preparing for AP exams

Preparing for AP exams

Georgia Miller, Editor in Chief

May 7, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA

AP exams are just around the corner for students and the time to get serious about studying is here. Students get high school credit by passing the class, but the college credit is determined by how they score on the AP exams in May. Studying for exams, especially those as rigorous as AP, can be...

AP course statistics

AP course statistics

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, Showcase

Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college level classes given at a high school. The classes are overseen by the College Board, who provides the curriculum for the course.  In order to receive college credit, students must pass the 3 hour, multi-sectioned test given by the College Board. Most tests...

2019 Spring Exams Schedule and Information

2019 Spring Exams Schedule and Information

Rhiannon Belcher, Multimedia Director

May 6, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, STUDENTS

Spring Schedule Final Exams Friday, May 17th Regular schedule 1-7th Senior Exams Monday, May 20th Odd block 1, 3, 5, 7  Lunch -1st block (5th period) 1st period exams, 3rd period exams, 5th class review, 7th class review Tuesday, May 21st Even block 2, 4, 6, ELT Lunch d...

A guide for the class of 2020

A guide for the class of 2020

Mackenzie Rosa, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, VIEWPOINTS

Being a senior is a big deal for high school students. It is the light at the end of the road and the final stretch for everyone's high school careers, but there are some things that no one will tell you about senior year. Here are some tips for all upcoming seniors. Take the SAT/ACT early in the school year...

Behind the Scenes of Allied Health

Behind the Scenes of Allied Health

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, CTAE, Showcase

Allied Health and Medicine is offered to students who want to learn topics like Employability, Respiratory Care, Imaging Services, Surgical Services, Rehabilitation Services, Pharmacy Services, Dietary Services, Mental Health Services, Alternative Therapies, Cardiology Services, Medical Office Assistant,...

Forensic footprints

Forensic footprints

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, STUDENTS

In Mrs. Watson’s class, there is an experiment being done to demonstrate how footprints are being taken up. This lab helps show how the process is followed through, and the process of how forensic scientist do take up footprints from a crime scene. “This lab helps me see how the process i...

Governor’s Honors Program Semi-Finalists

Governor’s Honors Program Semi-Finalists

Amber Greenhill, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, STUDENTS

The Governor’s Honors program is an honor to be selected to join. The program is an academic summer program that challenges the participants. Students are nominated by faculty members and are required to send in an application to apply for the semi-finalist round. Then they have to write an essa...

Regional Technology Fair

Regional Technology Fair

Carlin Garey, Shorts Editor

January 31, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS

Multiple students attended the regional technology fair in hopes of placing first in their categories. A few of these categories consisted of robotics, video production, audio production, and just about anything related to technology. By partaking in this competition, the students could possibly...

2019-20 Course Registration

2019-20 Course Registration

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS, STUDENTS

It’s that time of year again! 2019-2020 class registration starts February 1st for upcoming 9th-12th graders. There has been multiple classes added for the new school year including; AP Psychology for juniors and seniors with Mrs. Kathleen Rowan, AP Research for a science credit for juniors ...

BTS of a NJROTC competition

BTS of a NJROTC competition

Hannah Elliott, Co - Editor

January 15, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, CLUBS, NJROTC, STUDENTS

*EDIT* This competition was canceled* As their competition season comes close to an end, the cadets of the Armed and Unarmed drill teams spend the last few practice days perfecting their routines and teamwork. Their last competition will be on January 12 at John. D Nease High School in Jacksonville, Fl...

Go 2 Teach

Go 2 Teach

Emily Weiss, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, STUDENTS

Go 2 Teach is an opportunity for a group of either 4 students or a pair of 2 students to create a mini lesson for a 4th grade class. The students will present the lesson at the school and should be recommended in order to present it to a panel of preliminary judges at Columbus State University. Abby Wilson ...

How to prepare for college applications

How to prepare for college applications

Mackenzie Rosa, Head Photographer

January 13, 2019


Filed under ACADEMIA, STUDENTS

For seniors in high school the college application process can be extremely stressful. From SAT scores to sending transcripts it can be very overwhelming. For a lot of students applying to multiple schools is the best option. That way students can have more than one option when and can find which would b...

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