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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...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Breanna Pollock

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Breanna Pollock

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

February 4, 2020

There are many ways to be involved on campus. There are many sports and clubs available to students depending on their interests. Breanna Pollock (12) has spent all of her high school years dedicated to her favorite hobbies. Dancing has always caught the attention of Pollock; she started dancing at the young age o...

An excursion for advocacy- SADD’s Callaway Trip

An excursion for advocacy- SADD's Callaway Trip

Kirey Simmons, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2020

The schools student-lead advocacy group SADD works to communicate the importance of pressing issues such as distracted driving, student mental health, drug and tobacco use, and more. The group is led by Haley Mims (Faculty), Patsy Shirley (Faculty), and Rhiannon Belcher (12). The trio works together ...

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...

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...

Students play around during halftime for prizes

Students cheer on their peers at the football game, dressed in their tiki attire. The theme for this game was tiki.

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

September 9, 2019

Student Government Association has already been hard at work this year in many new and exciting ways. One of these such ways was an out of the box homecoming theme. Another such way has been the halftime games open to the student section. At every football game this year, SGA has hosted a game during h...

Varsity football wins against Life Christian Academy

Christian Frazier (12), a running back, catches the ball after electing to receive for winning the coin toss. He ran the ball down the field making it as far as he could before being stopped by Life Christian Academy’s defensive line.

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

September 2, 2019

With the sun headed down and the stands filling up, the Varsity football team took the field. The captains winning the coin toss elected to receive the ball as the game versus Virginia’s Life Christian Academy Eagles begins. LCA’s Eagles put up a strong defense throughout the game but the Trojans bro...

Waving Goodbye to Golf

Practice makes perfect! Jacob Owens (10), spends most of

Haley Owens, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

On Monday April 29, the golf team had their last tournament of the season. They had their region match to see if they would qualify for state, but sadly they barely missed the mark. One golfer, Kayson Cowart (12), was returning from some time off in her golf career. Cowart suffered from a shoulder injury that cause...

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...

To text or not to text: That is the question

To text or not to text: That is the question

Loronza Collier, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2019

Texting can be good and bad. Plenty people prefer texting over calling, but a lot of people do not like texting. Texting is the way to go because a lot of adults and teenagers have jobs and can get in contact through a text instead of calling. Without texting you wouldn't be able to build a relationship wit...

Is Life 360 Too Controlling?

Haley Owens (12), holds her cellphone with the Life360  app open.

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

These days technology runs everything and most people can not live without it. Some people use it for social media and some use it for a business, but now many parents are using an app called Life360 where they can track their kids and even see how fast they are driving. Some students feel as if this is a...

Cellphones

Cor Neesia Taylor, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019

It is difficult to imagine a time without cell phones connecting people across the city, country, and world. The mobile phone is now a part of popular customs. New customs, rituals and routines are developing around what is being used everyday. Cell phones have changed how we communicate. Earlier stu...

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