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What awaits for the class of 2020?

Ellie Gervero (12) plans on pursuing a career in the healthcare industry. specifically majoring in nursing.

Rachel Ward, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2020

After the tassels have been turned, the infamous question remains for the recent graduates; what does the future hold? For many, this question will remain unanswered until college hits. Mainly because they were unable to find their true passion throughout high school, which is totally normal. Fortun...

National signing day

Sixteen students are standing on stage. After they just signed their letter of intent. Jammie Robinson said,

Eric Tabor, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2020

Signing day occurs two times per year for football. There is an early signing period and the national signing day. The early signing is usually the third week in December, while the national day is the first Wednesday of February. This is when a high school senior can sign a binding national letter ...

Teacher’s decorative doors

Overstreet's door stands tall, fully decorated. Overstreet decorated her door for the Valdosta State Blazers.

Tyson Baker, staff reporter

December 10, 2019

This week several colleges waived their admission fees and many seniors were given advice from counselors. As a way to bring more attention, teachers were encouraged to decorate their classroom doors here at the school to support their favorite college. They were given until Friday, November 22 to complete...

College applications: how to waive fees

Getting accepted to Valdosta State University is another milestone accomplishment for Ace Miller (12).  However, the money used to apply could have been put to better use.

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

It has never been a secret that college is expensive.  One of the costs students and parents face in the early most stages is the cost to send in their application. Most students do not have a specific college or even a degree they have their heart set on.  This means students will send their applic...

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...

4 Lee County Trojans Commit to Play at The Next Level

Throwing the ball to a wide open receiver. Kyle Toole releases a dart.

Eric Tabor

September 10, 2019

Abby Hughes (12) is a senior softball player. She is the varsity pitcher for the Lady Trojans. Hughes is committed to play at Georgia Tech. When asked about playing with the highest level of competition, she said, “I think I can play at the division one level because I have a good work ethic and am very d...

You’re In!

The two sisters pose for a picture in their future college's wear. The two plan to attend Georiga Southern in the Fall.

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2019

Getting into college is a very exciting time for anyone who is attending. It comes with many emotions, but ultimately it makes seniors feel as if they have worked very hard and accomplished something. The school campus came up with a “You’re In Day” to help celebrate all students who have b...

What’s to come for seniors after graduation

The class of 2018 walk down the middle school hallways to the clapping and cheering of the students and their former teachers.

Emily Weiss, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2019

Graduation is one of the most anticipated events in high school. Some apply for colleges early and start a plan for after graduation. Others have no idea what they want to do, or if they even want to go to college. Moving into a dorm and touring campus is amazing. Finding out what clubs there are...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Abby Mcnany

College bound! Soccer player Abby Mcnany (12) celebrates with her team as she signs to WCC.

Haley Owens, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019

Many students around the school have many talents. There is chorus, cheerleading, football, basketball, and so much more. One particular athlete that is well-known around the school is Abby Mcnany (12). Mcnany is on the varsity soccer team, and she plays goalkeeper and center or right back. She h...

College Admissions Scandal

The college admissions process can be complicated, and it has recently been a part of several controversies.

Mackenzie Rosa, Head Photographer

March 15, 2019

All high school students that want to further their academics have to go through some sort of college admissions process. Whether a student is going to a community college or an Ivy League university, all students submit an application which is reviewed for an admissions decision, but what if that proc...

The summer before everything changes

The countdown begins! The class of 2019 is counting down their last days of school to prepare for their last Summer together before college.

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2019

It is almost here. The last Summer before college. Only a couple of more months left until everyone moves off and starts their new lives. Everyone has ideas of what to do before they leave, and some create a bucket list. A lot of seniors want to make this the best summer ever and do as much as possible...

How far they will go; college applications

You did it! Deaunna Tillman (12) graduated from Albany State University on December 8, 2018. Tillman is a senior at Lee County High School with an associate's degree.

Haley Owens, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018

Applying for college can be a very stressful time in a teen’s life. Many emotions are thrown their way, along with nerves, more schoolwork, and loads of paperwork. Many students around campus have been applying for college for some time now. Kady Riddle (12) and her sister, Anna Harrell (12), pla...

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