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The Story of Lee County High School

Students at LCHS have been mindful for many generations due to their time and hard work they take each day. It is a treasure to be around people who have one thing in common: a passion for Lee County.

Ella Faircloth, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

"Nestled in the fields of Georgia, 'Neath the skies so blue, Stands our noble Alma Mater, Known to all but few" These words have been sung by students of Lee County High School for so many years, yet in three different locations. While many of our traditions have remained the same for the...

High school headcount

As seniors prepare to graduate and incoming students come to this campus, each year is expected to hold something different. Potter says,

Haley Lokey, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2020

In the Lee County school system, there are over 1,345 enrolled students. That number seems to grow each year as seniors leave and new freshman come in. Because the ninth grade campus and the high school are separated, it is more difficult to see the amount of incoming sophomores into the high school...

Digging into Halloween history

On Halloween afternoon , Victoria Drury (11), Chloe Poole (11), Reese Hamsley (11), Nic Gowdy (11), Ashley James (11) and Austin Sconyers (11) dressed up. The trick-or-treaters enjoyed the holiday together having fun doing many popular festivities.

Donovan Robertson, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

Halloween: a time when children play merrily, disguised in creepy or cute costumes, with buckets in hand and candy-craving hunger. A day where many adults celebrate a night of thrills and horror. People all around the US get festive and let their inner Halloween-loving spirit loose to get down and bo...

60 days in the stockade

Dr. Shirley Reese is one of the stockade girls.

Georgia Miller, Editor in Chief

February 14, 2019

It was the summer of 1963 and the girls were a part of a group of people that marched down to the segregated movie theater in Americas, Georgia. Fifteen girls, all of them fighting for their rights in the form of a peaceful protest. They ranged in age from 12 to 15. The theater was known for the Af...

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