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Dance students perform at the dance showcase: Photo of the Day 5/21/19

Dancers incorporated props to make their dances fun and exciting.

by Lindsey Russo, Editor

May 21, 2019

On May 20, dance students held their annual showcase. The theme was "Louder than Words." All of the dances were choreographed by the student choreographers who are in intermediate and advanced classes. They had auditions to choose who they wanted in their dance. The types of dances performed were...

Promposal Pandemonium: If the Shoe fits? … Ask her to Prom

Kojo Benefo and Ave-Boghossian James posing for a cute picture with their unique promposal sign.

by Ashley Martin, Editor

May 1, 2019

With only 12 days until prom Kojo Benefo asked his best friend Avé Boghossian-James to prom using a pair of yellow Vans and a cute sign saying “ Avé, prom would be off the wall with you!” Benefo collaborated with Boghossian-James's friends, Lizzie Hall and Katie Johnson in order to pick out...

Poms prepare dance for Pep Rally: Photo of the Day 9/28/18

Avé Boghossian-James and the pom team practice for pep rally.

by Ashley Nash, Reporter

September 28, 2018

The Pom and Dance team gets ready for the school’s pep rally in one week. They are very excited to perform. Although pep rally is very fun, it can also be very stressful on the team and the coach. The team had one performance on September 21. Even though half-time performances are important, the mos...

The halfway mark is time for reflection and anticipation

Mrs. Rebetsky's 9th grade English class poses for an end-of-semester selfie.

by Emily Webb, Reporter

January 28, 2018

With Semester 1 coming to a close, students were both excited and reflective. What was your favorite class this semester? Byrd: “I enjoyed journalism because it wasn’t stressful and it was a nice break from my other classes.” Class of 2020 member Ave Boghossian-James said, “I liked spo...

Ani Boghossian-James increases profile of African Americans with new club

The African American Culture Club poses for their yearbook photo.

by Kelsey Ward, Reporter

February 3, 2017

With less than three percent African American students on campus, it's easy to disappear in the crowd. An opposite problem is in a mostly white school, as a subgroup, African Americans can get unwanted attention. The African America Culture Club is a solution to both of these problems. Class of 2018 member, Ani...

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