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AP Scores: Results May Vary

AP Scores: Results May Vary

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, Showcase

For most kids, school work gets left behind in May, but for AP students, summer means sitting around waiting for their test scores. Scores from the test usually come out in early July, after school is already out for summer vacation. There are many AP courses available for the upper campus, and ev...

How to prepare for AP exams

How to prepare for AP exams

Jackson Carlstrom

May 8, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, Showcase

AP testing is right around the corner, and there are currently two types of AP students at this moment. There are those students who are studying and taking final notes, already prepared for what the exams hold from previous experience. And then there are the students who have no experience with the...

EOC and Exam Dates

April 30, 2018


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EOC Dates End of Course Tests will be administered according to the following schedule: ELA- April 25 - Section 1 ELA - April 26 - Section 2 ELA- April 27 - Section 3 Math- April 30 - Section 1 Math- May 1 - Section 2 US History May 2 - Section 1 US History May 3 - Section 2 *Economics May 4 Se...

ROTC Area Manager’s Inspection

ROTC Area Manager’s Inspection

Hannah Elliott

November 15, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA, CLUBS, Showcase, STUDENTS

Every year ROTC has an inspection (the Area Manager's Inspection) to test their knowledge on ROTC related information, such as uniform measurements, the Navy Chain of Command, and basic commands. By order of the Commander Naval Service Training Command (CNSTC), the Area 12 manager, Commander Rustie Hibbard,...

Beta Club sports new sponsor: John Jack

Beta Club sports new sponsor: John Jack

Rhiannon Belcher

November 14, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS, STUDENTS

  This year, Lee County introduced a new teacher and club sponsor into Lee County and his name is Mr. John Jack (Faculty).  Jack is the new Beta Club sponsor for Lee County but this is not his first experience with beta club before,"I was the Beta club sponsor at both Tift County and Ben Hill ...

Lee County Most Common Student Names

Rhiannon Belcher

October 24, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS, STUDENTS

There are over 150,000 different names in the United States. Many of these names are used more than once due to popularity. The school population was tested to get an idea of how many names were used more than once, and which ones were the most popular. (Also, keep in mind some names are both male...

ROTC Drill Teams Preparing for Competition

ROTC Drill Teams Preparing for Competition

Hannah Elliott

October 5, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA

The ROTC Cross Creek Drill Meet will be held in Augusta, GA on Saturday, October 28th. There are 3 drill teams, the Armed drill team, the Unarmed drill team, and the Color Guard drill team. These teams spend time after school perfecting their routines for competitions. Each team does different things...

Art I Classes’ New Project

Art I Classes’ New Project

Hannah Elliott

October 2, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA, FINE ARTS

The art I students are currently working with oil pastels to improve their art skills. They are working on a project that includes studying leaves and drawing them in full detail with the pastels. Previously, art I has done a zentangle project and a color wheel painting. Olivia Apperson, in Mrs. Beshear’s 7th per...

Early Childhood Class

Early Childhood Class

Jackson Carlstrom

September 26, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA

Early Childhood is one of the many CTAE classes offered at the high school, and with the school season just starting earlier this month, the course is just beginning to kick into gear. Since Early Childhood is a CTAE class, the class has learned a lot about different job skills, such as resume b...

How Reconstruction Has Affected the Learning Environment

How Reconstruction Has Affected the Learning Environment

Hannah Elliot

September 21, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA

Starting during the summer break of 2017, the main high school campus has been getting a makeover. Part of the reconstruction was completed over the summer, but that leaves a majority of the work to be done during the school year. This means that classes have been moving all over the school to provide...

ROTC Cadets Rehearsing Sword Detail

ROTC Cadets Rehearsing Sword Detail

Hannah Elliot

August 29, 2017


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With both the homecoming game and the homecoming dance coming up in the next few weeks, the Cadets of the ROTC are practicing their Sword Detail routine. Most people don’t think twice about the Sword Detail, but it takes weeks to perfect the routine. It is very important for the Cadets to do the routi...

Keeping up with homework challenges students

Keeping up with homework challenges students

Georgia Miller

August 22, 2017


Filed under ACADEMIA, PHOTO OF THE DAY

Many students struggle to keep up with the homework from multiple different teachers. Tyler Geter (10) finishes work for one teacher during another teacher’s class in an effort to get his homework done. Geter said, "I just think it's too much homework because we just started school."

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