Weekly Events 1/13

Monday – 01/13 (A-Day Schedule)Herff Jones Senior Graduation Orders – Main Foyer – 9:00 am-4:00 pmGolf (Boys Gold) @ Lost Creek – All DayCheer Booster Meeting – Lecture Hall – 6:00 pmSoccer Booster Club Meeting – Old Field House Classroom – 6:30 pm Tuesday-01/14 (B-Day Schedule)Video Production Club – Room C103 – 8:00 amNational Honor Society Meeting – Lecture Hall – 8:15 amYouth & Government … Continue reading Weekly Events 1/13

POETRY: Want Poem

Want, A cruel mistress of suffering and joy. It’s allure captivates and pulls the mind, An endless cycle of pain and fleeting happiness.  A scale of want and need tipping, How could this unstoppable juggernaut stop? We’ll always to move till our grasp is meaningless, By Clay Patterson, Contributor Patterson writes, “I’ve always had a knack for writing and the short and quick format of … Continue reading POETRY: Want Poem

Fighting for College: Jackie Compean on How She Achieved Higher Education

During her senior year, Jackie Compean had a difficult decision to make – her parents, or college. It was such a point of contention that her father promised to give her a car, all expenses paid, just to stay home.  “In my mind, being bribed out of an education opportunity is really hurtful,” Compean said. “And some of it, I still deal with it today, … Continue reading Fighting for College: Jackie Compean on How She Achieved Higher Education

All I Want For Christmas is to Get Into College

Ah yes, it’s that time of year again; a season full of Christmas cookies, lighting the menorah, family drama, and college applications. Although we should be enjoying our time off, hanging out with the people we love, and getting in the holiday spirit, the majority of us will have nothing but college decisions on our minds. Applications are due, decisions are approaching, and the future … Continue reading All I Want For Christmas is to Get Into College

Creative Minds: Student’s Discover Identity of Creative Writing Program

The Creative Writing program was started in 2016 by Katy Eyberg, and continues to grow and has become a larger part of this school “A lot of schools offer a creative writing programs, and literary magazines are pretty common amongst high schools of this size.” Katy Eyberg, creative writing teacher, said, “I think with the size that we were growing to at the time and … Continue reading Creative Minds: Student’s Discover Identity of Creative Writing Program