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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...

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...

Painting in a new year

Painting in a new year

Erin Epperson, Staff Reporter

September 6, 2019

With one hundred spots sold, seniors gain the creativity to paint their own parking spot.  This is the second year seniors have earned access to express their creativity in painting a spot. Along with being a fun opportunity, the money also goes directly back to students by offsetting the yearbook pric...

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...

Finally walking as a senior

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

Aniya Gardner, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

Every senior looks forward to this day. From staying up many nights studying for important tests to walking up and down the hallways of their old primary, elementary, middle, and high schools making their old teachers proud of everything they have accomplished. Finally getting to walk as a senior in ...

From class of 2019 to 2020

From class of 2019 to 2020

Aniya Gardner, Staff reporter

May 3, 2019

Every senior has their own way of describing their senior year and ways that they can help upcoming seniors with any problems that they have. Seniors have tips for juniors for many different things such as college admissions, choosing senior classes, friends, etc. Seniors just want to make sure that jun...

Changes made for 2019

After the choice was made to change the pathway completion cords the teachers got to pick out their colors.

Jessica Palmer, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

For the class of 2019, there is some very exciting news going around the high school campus this year. The school is changing the cord for pathway completion. This year, instead of just having the plain black cord that encompasses all of the pathways, they are allowing each pathway to have their own ...

Guidelines for the class of 2020

Katie Burch (12), Mackenzie Briggs (12), Chloe Hayes (12), Cody Reeves (12), Amberly Kimbrel (12), and Lea Hatcher (12) capturing senior picture day.

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

As the class of 2019 end their journey through high school, they leave a list of guidelines and tips for the class of 2020.  This will be your busiest year, so be ready. Be prepared to work hard and stay focused and: Get involved, whether it is  through clubs,  sports,  school trips, etc. Ge...

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’s plans for after graduation

The beach is a popular destination for those traveling during the summer.

Jabahri Asbury

April 26, 2019

Graduation is coming soon, and there are usually a lot of celebrations around this time because graduation is a very joyful event. A high school graduate usually does something special after graduation, like holding a party or a vacation with family or friends. After interviewing some students, here are t...

Advice from a senior to upcoming seniors

Celebrating senior year, Aubrey Garrett (12), Grace Faucheux (12), and Carlee Norman (12) smile proudly in their grad caps. The girls had cap and gown pictures before leaving for grad bash.

Grace Faucheux, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

High school happens so fast. Four years really do fly by. One day, a student is 15 and entering the doors of a high school for the first time, and then the next, they are walking out at 18 with their cap and gown. Senior year is such a bittersweet year. It is a year that students have to make some big ...

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...

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