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Forensic students step into investigator’s “shoes”

Creating shoe print molds in class, students learn more about collecting forensic evidence.  Students learned how to identify class and individual characteristics in shoe prints just like investigators do in real life.

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

A new day, a new lesson plan and a new lab.  Forensic students get the opportunity to turn classroom learning objectives into real-world experiences.  This week, students' knowledge took a step forward when doing their shoe print and impression investigation lab.   Throughout the year, labs are presented a...

Senior dates to look forward to

With graduation on the way, Mckenzie Tidwell (12) prepares by getting senior pictures.  Tidwell plans on furthering her education at Georgia Southwestern.  “I’m looking forward to graduating and choosing my future,” Tidwell said.

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2020

Senioritis grows inside almost all seniors with the arrival of the second semester. One day every senior looks forward to is May 22, graduation day. However, there are many important dates in between now and then.   “I’m looking forward to making as many memories as possible before I gradua...

Andrew College academic competition

The participants in the academic competition are relieved after finishing all of the activities the school had to offer. During the tests and time writings, the students faced quite a bit of stress and were not sure if they would place. Sam Ferrell (11) said

Victoria Drury, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2020

A few select students from Lee County High School participated in Andrew College's yearly academic competition on Wednesday January 22, 2020. This competition allows students to compete in a variety of subjects; including math, science, social studies, writing, and art. During the competition, students...

Prepping for exam week

Ashton Denning (10) finishes his World History study guide. The World History unit 5b  test is approaching and Denning was working on his study guide. Denning said

Nicholas Natoli, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2019

Midterm exams are coming up, and students are starting to get stressed about them. There is no reason to stress however, because if they study they should be fine. Studying will help students do well on the exam, and every student should have good study habits. Shannon Glass (10) said "I don't st...

College applications: how to waive fees

Getting accepted to Valdosta State University is another milestone accomplishment for Ace Miller (12).  However, the money used to apply could have been put to better use.

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

It has never been a secret that college is expensive.  One of the costs students and parents face in the early most stages is the cost to send in their application. Most students do not have a specific college or even a degree they have their heart set on.  This means students will send their applic...

Double dose of college for dual enrolled students

Students work hard to keep grades up while applying for college. This week students have been given advice from faculty on how they can best prepare for college and their future. “The benefits of what comes afterwards [like] some schools have programs designed to help you after college and that’s what I look for,” Victoria Crickmar (12) said, “anything that will give me a boost in my career after college.”

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

November 20, 2019

During college week, students are encouraged to look into, apply, and research various colleges. Teachers are also encouraged to tell their students about the many opportunities that are just past high school graduation. In looking for a college every student is different. Each one will value differen...

AP Psychology “egg”speriment cracks students up

With just a few minutes and a Sharpie, a once bare egg transforms into a child with it's own personality. Each student's egg was completely different, just like people in real life.

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

November 20, 2019

Kate Rowan (Faculty)’s AP Psychology classes were assigned a project in which they were to carry around an egg, plastic or real, for a week. The egg was to be treated like a child in order to apply knowledge of developmental patterns in humans.  Each day of the week represented a different stage ...

2019-2020 AP Seminar students receive help from former students

AP Seminar students write an in class essay. The students had only an hour instead of the usual hour and a half.

Jacob Montgomery, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2019

Coming back for a second year, AP Seminar is given to students once again, as an opportunity to take another AP class. It was given to the now junior class as a test run, in order to see if Seminar would continue to be offered. It was declared successful and was extended towards incoming Sophomores. AP...

Learning more about the AP Capstone

The students in 5th period AP Research are working on their outline to form the basis of their introductions. Students have been working on their research topic and finding how exactly they want to format their paper. Sophia Lin (11) said

Victoria Drury, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2019

Just last year, the high school began to offer the class AP Seminar to rising sophomores that wanted a rigorous class incorporating both literature and research. At the beginning of the second semester, students began the different parts of the AP exam, which consists of a team project and presentation...

Up and at em’

In the midst of a crowd of boys, Karlee Back (12) proves herself to be equal by participating in the pull ups challenge. Back did five pull ups, which is more than some people can say they did.

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

August 25, 2019

Sergeant Matthew Mcgowan, a Marine Corps Recruiter, was in the cafeteria to represent the Recruiting Sub-Station Albany to spread awareness of the opportunities available to students following graduation. This includes scholarships, tech schools, colleges/universities, career options, and even joining the m...

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