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Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal With Kelly Kennedy

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal With Kelly Kennedy

Jacob Montgomery, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2020

Kelly Kennedy (10) is involved in many things around the school such as the Theater Arts Guild, Chorus, and Advanced/Honors classes. "Kelly is one of those students we (teachers) wish we could teach all three of the years that are spent at LCHS," Dr. Deborah Baltenburger (Faculty) said. "She's excep...

2019-2020 AP Seminar students receive help from former students

2019-2020 AP Seminar students receive help from former students

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

Learning more about the AP Capstone

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...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Hunter Hammond

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Hunter Hammond

Tyson Baker, Dyamond Davis, and Landria Rollins

October 15, 2019

Here at this school, there are many students involved in honors or AP (advanced placement) courses. Among the students, is Hunter Hammond (10), a student with a full load of AP/advanced classes. He has been a student in the Lee County School System his whole life, and began taking advanced classes as soon ...

Preparing for AP exams

Preparing for AP exams

Georgia Miller, Editor in Chief

May 7, 2019

AP exams are just around the corner for students and the time to get serious about studying is here. Students get high school credit by passing the class, but the college credit is determined by how they score on the AP exams in May. Studying for exams, especially those as rigorous as AP, can be...

AP course statistics

AP course statistics

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

May 7, 2019

Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college level classes given at a high school. The classes are overseen by the College Board, who provides the curriculum for the course.  In order to receive college credit, students must pass the 3 hour, multi-sectioned test given by the College Board. Most tests...

2019 Spring Exams Schedule and Information

2019 Spring Exams Schedule and Information

Rhiannon Belcher, Multimedia Director

May 6, 2019

Spring Schedule Final Exams Friday, May 17th Regular schedule 1-7th Senior Exams Monday, May 20th Odd block 1, 3, 5, 7  Lunch -1st block (5th period) 1st period exams, 3rd period exams, 5th class review, 7th class review Tuesday, May 21st Even block 2, 4, 6, ELT Lunch d...

The “s” in APES stands for spooky

The “s” in APES stands for spooky

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

September 25, 2018

On block days September 19 and 20, AP environmental science teacher  Whitney Fulford (faculty) took her  class across the street from their school to the Leesburg Cemetery. The purpose of the cemetery visit was to calculate death rates and survivorship using real people’s graves. The class has been...

Continental Congress comes to campus

Continental Congress comes to campus

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

September 14, 2018

April Trussell's (faculty) second period AP U.S. History class reenacts the second Continental Congress. The class divided into the original colonies to learn about the Virginia Plan, the New Jersey Plan, and the Great Compromise.  The activity was interactive and let students get an idea of what really h...

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