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Band program makes another big change

Band program makes another big change

Byron Reid

May 8, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS, Showcase

Now that it is May, usually around this time the band would have had their annual Prism concert and now preparing for their annual Awards Night, but that is not the case this year. Instead, this year things have changed. Mr. Ronald Hill II (faculty) made the decision to merge the two events in to on...

Car Graveyard and Anne Eubanks

Car Graveyard and Anne Eubanks

Rhiannon Belcher

April 25, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, STUDENTS

Today students from both the upper campus and the ninth grade attended the annual Car Reactment put on by the SADD Chapter, but this year was a very different experience. Instead of the normal car reenactments and other activities, this year was something called a car graveyard. In a line crossed...

2018 Prom king and queen

2018 Prom king and queen

Mackenzie Rosa

April 25, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

The 2018 prom theme was masquerade party. Not only did people show up masked, but also dressed to impress. Walking into prom everyone cased their votes for prom king and queen. As the dance carried on the suspense of the crowning increased. When the announcement was beginning everyone parted dow...

Student Government Elections 2018-19

Student Government Elections 2018-19

Hannah Elliot

April 19, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS

Every year, SGA allows people to sign up to run for their many offices. The candidates for 2018-2019 school year have just been released. Voting started on April 18th at 8 a.m and ends April 19th at 8 p.m. Here are this year’s candidates. Student Body President: Bhavya Gupta (11): “For next year, organizatio...

Security changes as results of the Florida school shooting

Security changes as results of the Florida school shooting

Rhiannon Belcher

March 5, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, NEWS FROM OUTSIDE, STUDENTS

Last week, SADD (students against destructive decisions) leaders attended a press conference with Mrs. Hancock. A huge part of the conference was dedicated to the actual future of SADD. This being things such as: the educating of students about drugs, the car wreck reenactment junkyard, back to...

Yearbook day approaches

Yearbook day approaches

Mackenzie Rosa

March 5, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

Ever since students were in elementary school it was always an exciting day when the yearbooks were given out, and nothing has changed now that students are in high school. Every year the yearbook staff spends relentless hours working on spreads and making sure that every student has their place ...

Band students participate in 68th annual Janfest

Band students participate in 68th annual Janfest

Jackson Carlstrom

January 26, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS, Showcase

Every January, the Hugh Hodgson School of Music at the University of Georgia hosts Janfest, a band festival where hundreds of high school band students from across Georgia who are selected travel to Athens to participate. At the festival, students audition for a spot in the many different bands at Jan...

Lunch Time Trivia

Lunch Time Trivia

Landon Melvin

January 26, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

Question: How did you spend your snow day?   Chancellor Smith Grade: 10 Answer: “I Stayed inside” Davis Corley Grade: 10 Answer: “I had a snowball fight” Christian Walker Grade: 12 Answer: “Sleep” Aniya Holles Grade: 10 Answer: “Watched Net...

Lee by the 100’s

Lee by the 100’s

Rhiannon Belcher

January 25, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS

Tuesday marked the 100th day of school for Lee County students. Listed below are a few fun facts regarding both the upper and ninth grade schools. These facts have also been requested by seniors such as how many days until graduation, and so forth. The number of students in each grade: Sop...

Leesburg Christmas Festival 2017 is a success

Leesburg Christmas Festival 2017 is a success

Jackson Carlstrom

December 6, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, NEWS FROM OUTSIDE, Showcase

Every year around Christmas, Leesburg hosts an annual Christmas festival. The festival, held on Starksville Avenue North, provides the community a chance to interact with each other and have fun while enjoying local food, arts and crafts, and various activities. The 2017 festival was held last Saturday...

Gaining school spirit from the basketball fundraiser

Gaining school spirit from the basketball fundraiser

Kayla Early

December 4, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

The boys basketball team has put on a fundraiser to sell Lee County shirts. It began the week before Thanksgiving break and will continue until Christmas break.   The fundraiser is for earning money for the boys basketball's team. Students and teachers are all welcome to buy them for $15 sizes small ...

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...

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