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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...

An overview of Football’s semi-final competition: Glynn Academy

An overview of Football’s semi-final competition: Glynn Academy

Rhiannon Belcher

November 30, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FOOTBALL, Showcase, SPORTS

The Lee County Trojans battle the Glynn Academy Terrors this Friday, December 1st, at 7:30 EST at Trojan field. If the Trojans win this game, they will play the championship game next Friday at Mercedes Benz stadium, for the first time in Trojan history. Now, Lets take a look at this weeks semifinal...

The story behind D.S.G.B

The story behind D.S.G.B

Mackenzie Rosa

November 30, 2017


Filed under FOOTBALL, Investigative Reporting

At Friday night's football game, the first round of play for state playoffs, every player repped a  new shirt during warmups -- one that sported the acronym "DSGB" and the explanation "Down South Georgia Boys" underneath.  Since then, the DSGB letters seemed to explode across campus. To most fans, th...

Regional fall sports champions and Athletic Cup qualifications

Regional fall sports champions and Athletic Cup qualifications

Rhiannon Belcher

November 16, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CROSS COUNTRY, SOFTBALL, SPORTS, STUDENTS, VOLLEYBALL

Regional Trophies/Winners for Fall Sports: Football Regional Champs Softball Regional Champs One Act Regional Champs Girls Cross Country Champs Qualifications for the Athletic Cup: Lee County has 5 teams in their region. In order to win the Athletic Cup, you must score the most p...

You are invited

You are invited

Georgia Miller

November 15, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS

The fellowship of Christian Athletes has a a lot that is going on this week from Chick-fil-a to Fields of Faith and they want you to attend. The Chick-fil-a they are going to is the one off highway 19, it will start at 6:45 but you are welcome to come later as well. Fields of Faith is going to be occurri...

Chours attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day

Chours attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day

Elizabeth Hunter

November 15, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS

On Thursday, the chorus was able to attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day. This was the third year in a row that they have participated and it was wonderful. If you don’t know what “choral day” means, basically choirs from Georgia all meet in the ABAC auditorium to sing songs with the compose...

Production runs six minutes over on state one act show

Production runs six minutes over on state one act show

Taylor Gill

November 15, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS

So when is applause and audience laughter a bad thing? Perhaps this year's one-act cast and crew can best answer that. Following their earning first place region honors in one-act competition, the  theatre department traveled to Veterans High School in Warner Robins in hopes of claiming the stat...

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 ...

Student body causes commotion against Coffee: what really happened

Student body causes commotion against Coffee: what really happened

Byron Reid

November 13, 2017


Filed under FOOTBALL, Investigative Reporting

At this past Friday’s region  1-AAAAAA championship game, the football team took home a win, but the student body took home a loss. Of course, it was not as much of a loss as social media posts might have led one to believe, but the Lee student communittee was far from innocent in some off-the-...

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 ...

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