Getting Around the Cost of College

Vin Nguyen, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Opinion

High school is a usually a very amusing, interesting, and life-developing experience. Every year, new students come and old students go. And those old students are on the verge of becoming adults and beginning their lives by going... Read more »

Senioritis Season Has Begun

Fathima Baig, Staff Writer

April 11, 2014

Filed under Academics, News

At the end of the year when everything just feels like it’s dragging on and on, high school seniors come across a made up disease known as Senioritis. This usually occurs the last couple of months of their second semester. Senioritis... Read more »

AP Testing

Mia Williams, Editor

April 8, 2014

Filed under Academics, News

The MISD Board of Education had a meeting on April 1 to discuss a new system for taking the AP tests. Prior to this meeting, any student who took the AP test was exempt from the final corresponding with it. Now, the district has... Read more »

Algebra 2 No Longer Required to Graduate

Mia Williams, Staff Writer

March 27, 2014

Filed under Academics, News

For the past 14 years, Algebra 2 has been part of the recommended graduation plan for high school students. Starting with the class of 2018, it will no longer be a requirement. Although this may seem like good news to those... Read more »

Nine Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

April 26, 2013

Filed under News, Sports, Sports, Top Stories

A culmination of time, effort, and hard work paid off for nine senior athletes as they signed their national letters of intent on April 17. “From a coach’s standpoint, you are mostly proud of the student athletes,” head... Read more »

College Comeback

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

April 26, 2013

Filed under Features, Sports, Top Stories

With a broken hip and pelvic bone, Lykia Harper knew that the chances of finding a college that would take her were slim to none. She was wrong. “I was talking to schools before my accident happened,” Harper said. “After... Read more »

Hallway Runway

Paige Baselice, Staff Writer

March 26, 2013

Filed under Fashion, Opinion, Opinion, Top Stories

Trying to look the best we can in high school can potentially prepare us for the future that lies ahead. By caring about our appearance, we may gain respect of others. However, some may argue that looking our best now should not... Read more »

Lady Jags Look to Repeat History

Chelcee Bester, Staff Writer

January 22, 2013

Filed under Sports, Sports, Top Stories

Ending off the year by winning the 2011-12 State Championship, the Lady Jags are at it once again. By recruiting new members such as Britney Breedlove, Kenna Kelly, Taylor Jones, Stylz Sanders, and Janeen Johnson, the Jags look... Read more »

Skyward or Infinite Campus?

Allyson Hibdon, Staff writer

October 25, 2012

Filed under Opinion, Opinion

As if all the new changes made to Summit High School were not enough to take in, a new grading system called Skyward, was recently introduced to students. The problem is that the introduction of Skyward was incredibly late.... Read more »

Football vs. Burleson

Football vs. Burleson

September 30, 2011