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Fast Food and Furious Students

Vin Nguyen, Staff Writer

May 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

During school, going off-campus for lunch is prohibited. As a way to raise money for their prom, the seniors are selling Chick-Fil-A on May 7 and 14.  But instead of just doing this as a fundraiser, the school should consider...

Preparing for the Real World

Teressa Leffall, Staff Writer

April 30, 2014

Filed under Opinion

As school comes to its final six weeks, students are beginning to have a summer mindset. There’s more slacking off than usual during this time, which is understandable. However, for most students college is inevitable, so college...

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...

Is Class Rank Really Important?

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Class ranking is when schools take each individual students' GPA, or grade point average, and rank them on where they are in relation to other students in their grade. Our school does a weighted GPA, which means the Pre-AP, AP,...

Out to Lunch

Jovi Munoz, Staff Writer

February 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Everyday, when students come to school, they are provided with the school’s lunch. But instead of skipping lunch or paying $2.40 for a meal that wouldn’t even fill them up, students should be able to go to local fast food...

Valentine’s Day is for Everyone

Teressa Leffall, Staff Writer

February 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Valentine’s Day is such a wonderful time for couples with all the bears, chocolate, and cheesy romance movies. It’s also the best time to show affection towards that special someone, however many don’t seem to believe that...

Blurred Lines

Angelo Chiarello, Staff Writer

January 15, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Take a look around the game center of your house what do you see? Do you see games like Call of Duty, Battlefield, or maybe Grand Theft Auto? These are a few of many games that actively include violence in their gameplay. The...

Nap Time in High School?

Geoffrey Mochama, Staff Writer

January 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion

When I was a freshman in high school I fell asleep in a math class. It was last period. The teacher decided to prank me and make everyone get out of the room. He switched off all the lights and put the clock to 5:30. When I woke...

Race Against the Clock

Kristen Tran, Staff Writer

January 14, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The bell rings, and my friend bolts out the door of the portable. Her next class is on the other side of the building, and one more tardy means a detention. She’s typically a courteous and polite person, but today, she pushes...

Losing Respect

Sidney Eddington, Staff Writer

January 10, 2014

Filed under Opinion

I hear it from adult family, I hear it from teachers and I hear it come out of my own mouth. “If I had said that to my mother, I would’ve gotten smacked. If I had said that to my teacher, I would have gotten paddled.” Times...

Till Death Do Us Part

Sidney Eddington, Staff Writer

January 10, 2014

Filed under Opinion

We often take things for granted when it seems like something has always been there and will always be there, but this is not the case. Nothing is for certain and we often forget that everything that we can gain we can also lose. My...

EOC Post-Testing Schedule

Bethany Darwin, Co-Editor

May 6, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

EOC and AP testing will be held the week of May 6 – May 10.  After testing, all students are to report to classes. Having us attend classes after we have been testing an doing tutorials all day is useless. Our brains...

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