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Edwin Koester talks about videography and personal experience with Lancer Media Staff: Photo of the day 11/21/19

Edwin Koester takes a selfie with Lancer Media students.

by Ashley Martin, Managing Editor

November 21, 2019

On November 15, local videographer, Edwin Koester visited Lancer Media and talked to students about his background and gave advice on how to create effective videos. Koester graduated from Waynesboro High School and continued his passion and joined the videography program at Penn State University. He later...

Is that #27 on the football field and . . .in the marching band?

Football player Ethan Blache plays the marimba during the band's half-time performance.

by Braden Weinel, Managing editor

October 10, 2019

Look out onto the field during the marching band performance, and it's a sea of matching black and red with tall plumed hats. Except the marimba player in the front row of the percussion ensemble. He is wearing football pads and a number 27 jersey. Being both musically talented and athletically gifte...

Registrar Reggio, keeper of student records, joins staff

Reggio is the keeper of all LHS student records, a position that she loves.

by Kat Taylor, Reporter

September 26, 2019

In any movie production, most people focus on the actors rather than the script writers. This concept is similar to the  students knowing who the principal and teachers are and not the registrar. The registrar is the mastermind behind the accuracy of the records and transcripts. Ms. Kirstin Reggio began ...

Dual enrollment astronomy course would be an out-of-this-world opportunity

Could astronomy be the science of the future for FCPS?

by Dana Kullgren, Reporter

December 17, 2018

Hawking's ideas about the study of astronomy apply to Frederick County Public Schools. There are three science course requirements that every high school student in Frederick County must fulfill: physics, biology, and chemistry. These three science courses all center around terrestrial matters...

News for November 8

by Lancer Media

November 8, 2018

Be sure to stop by the learning commons this month and add what you're thankful for to the window display to show your attitude of gratitude. If you're a female fall athlete with a team locker, be sure to have it cleared out by tomorrow. See coach Poff or coach Easterday with any questions. Re...

News for November 7

by Lancer Media

November 7, 2018

During this month when we celebrate World Kindness Day and Thanksgiving, we’re choosing to focus on our blessings. Stop by the Learning Commons and add what you are thankful for to the window display. Juniors and Seniors, are you trying to decide which college is right for you? Then you're in lu...

College and career fair at lunch helps students plan for future: Photo of the Day 10/4/18

Hunter Wolf visits the Shenandoah University table.

by Lily Weaver, Managing Editor

October 4, 2018

On October 3 a total of 19 colleges and post-high school career representatives came to Main Street for the annual college fair during all lunch shifts. These colleges included Shippensburg University, Dickinson College, Hood College, Allegheny College of Maryland, Shenandoah University, Frederick Commun...

Maryland Community College Promise Scholarships Bill creates hope for future of higher education

Maryland Community College Promise Scholarships Bill creates hope for future of higher education

by Ethan Hart, Editor

May 24, 2018

In Maryland, about 64% of high school graduates directly move on to college or university education. Out of this 64%, only 14.5% will graduate a 2-year college on time. Thanks to a new bill signed by Governor Larry Hogan, those students who aren’t able to finish college on time due to finances wil...

Class of 2018: Mr. Linganore contestants are ex(XL)tra excited to have 20 days left

Mr. Linganore contestants strike a pose for 20 days left.

by Allison King, Reporter

April 25, 2018

Mr. Linganore XXL contestants smile for the camera and show their excitement to have 20 days left of school! This year's Mr. Linganore competition was a hit. Lots of preparation, hard work and dedication went into planning this event. The show's co-hosts, Mr. Jeremy Brown and Mrs. Natalie Rebetsky,...

Class of 2018: With 23 days to go, these drama department seniors are excited for graduation

Drama department seniors gather around a variety of shoes featured in the spring musical, to celebrate 23 days until graduation.

by Mackenzie Berry, Reporter

April 20, 2018

With 23 days until the senior graduation, these drama department Footloose cast members are reflecting upon their years involved in the department and remembering all of the friendships that they've made over the course of their high school careers. Some of the seniors have been involved in all eight pro...

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