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2019-2020 AP Seminar students receive help from former students

AP Seminar students write an in class essay. The students had only an hour instead of the usual hour and a half.

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...

Conformity: The games of the mind

Leaving the first class meeting of the year, Chauncey Magwood (11) and Smith Pinson (11)  talk about the meeting lightheartedly.

Kirey Simmons, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2019

People are inclined to stick with a group; to be with others and avoid being different. There have been many experiments on the reason and regularity of conformity.  One of the more largely known experiments was performed by Solomon Asch. In these trials, there is a group of actors which are told to give a cer...

Learning more about the AP Capstone

The students in 5th period AP Research are working on their outline to form the basis of their introductions. Students have been working on their research topic and finding how exactly they want to format their paper. Sophia Lin (11) said

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...

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...

The effectiveness of cramming

Time management is key to studying, and it is all about how you manage your time. The best time to study is night time, and is most effective for a good grade. To be successful in life you need to have a plan to succeed.

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

January 2, 2019

Everyone has done it. You forget you have a test last minute, or you just waited till test day then BOOM; the day we all dread is here. You try to cram in as much as possible in those last few minutes before you put what little knowledge you know to the test. It is stressful, and makes you want to scream, b...

Half day due to state championship game

Lee County High School students pose for a picture at the GHSA State Football Championship.

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018

There was much excitement for the half- day that was announced last week. The football team was able to play in the State Championship, and because of this we had early release Tuesday, and Wednesday. School was released from school early on Tuesday, and then students were allowed to come in lat...

Flags Flying High

Honoring Those who have served. Students Zizi Ohamadike (12), Ravi Patel (12), Blaine Strickland (12), Kamryn Lane (12), Daniela Meza (11), Jack Nguyen (10) placed flags honoring veterans. 
“Placing the flags made me feel thankful for their service,” Ohamadike said.

Amber Greenhill, Staff Reporter

November 29, 2018

The past weekend was Veterans Day weekend, as well as the Marine Corps’ 242 birthday. Mackenzie Rosa (12) and Mitchell Rosa (12)’s family celebrated this event with a birthday cake. This day was very impactful for the Rosa family because the twins’ father retired after 20 years of service with th...

Scholarship searching

Found on 200 hall, guidance is here and has an open door for anyone looking for help with scholarships. For any who needs help with scholarships, they could go see any one of the guidance counselors they have been assigned. “The guidance office was very helpful for me when applying for colleges and scholarships’ Kady Riddle (12).

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

The race is on to scramble and find all available scholarships possible. Scholarships help in aid of college, and you can get them from athletic achievements or excelling in the academic field. There are a wide variety of options to choose from, and all you have to do is sign up for them, and some in...

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