Student Story: Learning Japanese Culture as a High School Diplomat

  Emily Carder Featured Writer Poster clutched in hand, I self-consciously awaited the opening of the bus’s doors, surrounded by friendly yet unfamiliar faces as I wondered what the “best 10 days of my life” would hold. As the charter bus finally allowed the Japanese students packed within to come cascading out, I was carried … Continue reading Student Story: Learning Japanese Culture as a High School Diplomat

What I’ve Learned Along the Way – Helpful Advice for Students

Greer Peacock Sports Editor Tips for Underclassmen: Always do all your homework the night before it is due. It is too stressful to save work to do the day of. Make your own Quizlets/note cards/study sheets instead of using someone else's. You will retain the information better and you'll create a great habit of doing … Continue reading What I’ve Learned Along the Way – Helpful Advice for Students

Mr. Inman’s Therapy Dog ‘Gus’ Helps Relieve Stress

Caitlin McSorley Editor-in-Chief “Sign up now!” echoed through the classrooms on Tuesday Oct. 2 when Renee Ferrell, Director of School Counseling, posted a Schoology message offering a link to a therapy dog session for students feeling stressed. The session had a limit space of ten students and filled up within minutes. Starting at 4:15 on … Continue reading Mr. Inman’s Therapy Dog ‘Gus’ Helps Relieve Stress