• January 15Start of second semester is Tuesday 1/19/21 So get ready!
  • January 15We will not have school Monday 1/18/21 because of Martin Luther King, Jr Day
  • January 15End of semester is coming to a close after 1/15/21


Turn procrastination into motivation

Turn procrastination into motivation
December 9, 2020

I am about as productive as someone trying to herd cats when it comes to online school. You might think that is an exaggeration, and boy, do I wish it was.  Now, I have always had a struggle with time...

Not every mental illness is visible

March 6, 2020

5 a.m. - My alarm demands me to start the day after only 5 hours of sleep. 5:20 a.m. - My energy kicks in as I look for breakfast, so my mom hands me my long acting Concerta. 5:50 a.m. - Thoughts...

Close–knit communities need closer places for teens to work

March 5, 2020

Imagine you spend eight hours in school, one or two hours for extra curricular, and then have to drive for the same amount of time to get to work. This is the life of a rural student—students who have...

5G, the new necessity connecting cities to rural wasteland

March 4, 2020

Latency. Bandwidth. Coverage. Capacity. Density. These are the promises of 5G. While these serve as a nice commodity for many, they are crucial for rural areas. As technology has become more prominent...

Raise Your Voice

February 1, 2020

School is designed to make us hate it. I know this because when I enter the building each morning, it’s quiet with people scattered throughout the cafeteria and booths. This may sound calming, but...

Assault weapons are too powerful for civilians

January 31, 2020

Assault weapons, a class of semi-automatic firearm specifically designed to kill humans, do so quickly and efficiently according to Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, the nation’s leading policy...

Unnecessary build up to Senior Portfolio

Senior portfolios and presentations.
January 29, 2020

Being a studious person during the school years is an important step that can help you get into college. You’ll want to have this attitude to gain new opportunities in your favor. Senior Adam Twining...

Everyone should be able to have health care

January 22, 2020

As the 2020 election draws near, so does the deadline for candidates to solidify their stance on the topics that are dividing the nation. One of these topics is health care.  This is not some new liberal...

Raise Your Voice

January 18, 2020

I have cried over homework. I have spent countless nights taking my math homework out of my bag and working through a few problems only to find myself stuck. I search through my notes, search online...

Meditation Is Key

Meditation Is Key
December 18, 2019

There is a way to reduce your stress, anxiety, and improve brain function. It’s meditation, and you can do it right now. Meditation has gained popularity for helping lowering metabolism, improving...

Give us the right to learn: Bible literacy classes

Dark Red states symbolize the states that have Bible Literacy classes.
The lighter red states symbolizes the states that are trying to get Bible Literacy classes. 
The lightest red state symbolizes the state that offers school credit for taking off campus classes.
November 28, 2019

When I was in fifth grade, this big blue bus would come to the school and pick up some kids who were interested in leaving the school to learn about the Bible. I would sit in Ms. Snyir’s class anxiously...


November 14, 2019

We don’t get a say.  We don’t have a voice.  As a student, I feel overlooked and left out of the decisions that directly affect me. Don’t you? This year, I’ll be tackling the issues,...

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