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...

A guide for the class of 2020

Karen Hancock (faculty) stands with the class of 2019 in their caps and gowns.

Mackenzie Rosa, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2019

Being a senior is a big deal for high school students. It is the light at the end of the road and the final stretch for everyone's high school careers, but there are some things that no one will tell you about senior year. Here are some tips for all upcoming seniors. Take the SAT/ACT early in the school year...

Senior year independent year!

Raven Brown has a credit card and she plans on paying for all of her responsibilities. She plan on paying for her college expenses and fees.

CorNeesia Taylor, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2019

There are 100 of books, movies, and TV shows that portray senior year as a time of independence and growth. It is true that once you hit your senior year you are no longer a small fish in a pond. As a senior, you are a campus leader-it is your responsibility to show underclassmen the ropes. Three years of high ...

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