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Two of the AP classes offered at Linganore High School are AP World History and AP Psychology, which both have hefty textbooks.

Exam crunch time: Do fall AP classes disadvantage students under FCPS block schedule?

May 30, 2023

As students approach the end of the school year, they also approach the chaotic, 30-day period of school-wide testing that is more commonly referred to as May. One group of tests the most anxiously...

The entrance to the Frederick County Courthouse (photography is not allowed inside the building).

Lancer Spotlight: LHS Students Visit The Frederick County Courthouse for Law Day

by Ellowyn Ojeda, Reporter May 30, 2023

On May 1, Jamie Hendi, a social studies teacher at Linganore High School (LHS), took her Law and Society class to the Frederick County Courthouse for Law Day.  Law Day is a day meant to recognize the...

Netflixs new password sharing policy is upsetting many and could lead to the company losing subscriptions.

Netflix’s new password-sharing policy could take TV from millions

by Izabella Manning, Editor-in-Chief April 24, 2023

Six years ago Netflix tweeted, “Love is sharing a password.” Apparently, the streaming service has since changed their mind on what love truly is. In February, Netflix released a new password...

Linganore students giving love to Juno the yellow lab.

Lancer Spotlight 3/17/23: Therapy dogs visit Linganore High School to lighten the mood

by Eddie Slavin, Reporter March 17, 2023

Man’s best friend, the canine, is prevalent in the homes of many Americans, with more than 48 million households having at least one dog. This includes Linganore social studies teacher Jamie Hendi,...

Zack Davis meeting the county council at the Covid-19 memorial

Linganore student opens door to new government internships for highschool students

by Gabe Erb and Daniel Gelhard October 13, 2022

There are new opportunities opening up for high schoolers who want to get involved in government work. The positions once dominated by college students are now available to high school students, giving...

Mrs. Jamie Hendi presents information about The Golden State Killer to the club.

Lancer Spotlight 2/14/22: True crime and murder–Law and Criminal Justice Club begins at LHS

by Lizzy Miller and Belen Romero February 15, 2022

The Golden State Killer has gone by many names over the years, such as the East Area Rapist and the Original Nightstalker. He broke into homes, stole, threatened, and raped the victims even before his...

Molly Granger folds origami roses for teacher appreciation Valentines.

Class council applauds staff with paper rose Valentines

by Molly Granger, Guest Reporter March 1, 2021

A bouquet of red roses for Valentine’s Day can cost up to $80.  The Class Council would have paid $528 to buy one for each staff member. Instead, they created a shower of origami paper roses. Using...

On January 19, 2021, the Mock Trial team won their first virtual competition against PG county school Potomac High.

Mock Trial team prevails in virtual court: Art thieves will come to justice

by Jessica Young, Editor January 24, 2021

Each year, Mock Trial cases rotate between civil and criminal cases. This year the case is a criminal case and deals with theft of artwork from the Walters Art Museum. The defendant is charged with felony...

Amelia Jansen hold up her letter saying that she got into the Maryland General Assembly Student Page Program.

Lancer Spotlight: Amelia Jansen chosen for the MD General Assembly Program

by Rachel McCoy, Managing Editor December 22, 2020

Each year, 105 students and 36 alternates are selected by the state's local school systems to participate in the Maryland General Assembly Student Page Program. This year five Frederick County students...

The Electoral College, give the vote back to the people.

Undemocratic, Outdated, Useless: The Electoral College must go

by Emily McNally, Managing Editor November 26, 2020

If you are old enough to vote in the presidential election, you probably think that you’re voting for the president directly. Heads up: the people don’t elect the president: it’s the Electoral College...

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