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What Lee County is thankful for

What Lee County is thankful for

Jessica King

December 1, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

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Challenges of duel enrollment signup

Challenges of duel enrollment signup

Hannah Elliot

December 1, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

Duel enrollment is when you take college courses when you are still in high school. The courses are fully paid for by the school, as long as you are eligible. Eligibility is different based on the schools, but for our school you must take the SAT, ACT, or Accuplacer before you begin applying for schools....

The Panoptic Online ascends to top school newspaper in the state of Georgia for Fall

The Panoptic Online ascends to top school newspaper in the state of Georgia for Fall

Jim Klein

November 30, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FEATURES, Showcase

The Panoptic Online News publication, Advised by Mrs. Grebel (Faculty), has received the honor of number one high school publication in the state by the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia. The team along with yearbook staff traveled to Athens, Georgia for the GSPA (Georgia Schola...

The Life of a Military Brat

The Life of a Military Brat

Jessica King

November 15, 2017


Filed under FEATURES

My dad was in the Marine Corps for twenty years. He retired in April of 2016. Since the day I was born I was a military brat. My dad decided to leave college at the age of 20 and enlist in the Marine Corps. My parents got married after he came back from boot camp. After boot camp my dad was stationed...

A look behind the marching bands stand music

A look behind the marching bands stand music

Jackson Carlstrom

November 15, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, FINE ARTS

The marching band has definitely been through many changes with new band director Mr. Hill (faculty). Many adjustments have been made to help improve the band both at football games and at competition. One of the many changes was the catalog of music in the football stands. In past seasons, the ma...

Stereotypes of Honors Students

Stereotypes of Honors Students

Hannah Elliot

November 14, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, STUDENTS

Hours of homework, studying for exams, and leadership clubs are common things that are associated with honors students. These students are often portrayed or thought of as "nerds," or neat, organized kids who always have their noses in a book.  Sometimes, honors kids don't exactly look or seem like...

Expectations vs. Reality of the SAT: an Editorial

Expectations vs. Reality of the SAT: an Editorial

Jackson Carlstrom

November 10, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, NEWS FROM OUTSIDE

This past Saturday November 4th, I took the SAT test at Albany State University. I signed up for the SAT because I knew that I had to do either that or the ACT to get into a college or university, and choosing the ACT would mean that I’d have to take the test in December. And being a band member, my Dec...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Seth Wright

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Seth Wright

Rhiannon Belcher

November 10, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, HUMANS OF LEE, Showcase

"The Engine is the heart of the airplane, but the pilot is its soul," ~The Fresh Quotes There are only around 590,039 active certificated pilots in the United States today, but this continues to decrease over the years. However, there is one student in Lee County who is a certified pilot at o...

Eat more fish!

Eat more fish!

Byron Reid

November 9, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, HUMANS OF LEE, STUDENTS

This past Thursday the school’s AMDM students hosted the annual AMDM Carnival. This carnival will be remembered by many not because of how fun the event was, but because of something odd that happened during the event. During the carnival, like many others, Elijah Carnes (12) played a carnival game ...

Five Georgia colleges for music majors

Five Georgia colleges for music majors

Elizabeth Hunter

November 8, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, FINE ARTS

Armstrong State University Armstrong State University is a public university located in Savannah, Georgia. The tuition is $5,266 without all the other fees. Armstrong offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music, a Bachelor of Music Education, a Post-Baccalaureate Certification in Music, and a Minor in Music. The co...

Siblings creating a stronger bond through sports

Siblings creating a stronger bond through sports

Tiyance Dewberry

November 8, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SPORTS

People may say "Blood couldn't make us any closer" but playing sports with your siblings definitely beats out odds. Sports have built relationships that can not be broken between siblings. It gives siblings an external connection and not just an internal connection which they already have. Sports create...

Musician without a band

Musician without a band

Mason Montgerard

November 6, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, HUMANS OF LEE, Showcase, STUDENTS

There are many students who enjoy music, but many students play an instrument that don't play with the school band. Kyle Grimsley(12) plays guitar on top of wrestling and working. Grimsley said "Guitar is such an important aspect of my life. Some of my biggest inspirations are blink-182, Angels...

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