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Middle School Honor Societies: Does the benefit of membership outweigh the pressure?

Middle School Honor Societies: Does the benefit of membership outweigh the pressure?

by Elizabeth Rajnik, Reporter

April 5, 2019

Being a sophomore, I find myself constantly analyzing my involvement in school thus far and the crushing importance of my next two years. With junior year comes the college application process, SATs and honor society applications. My friends all freak out about honor society acceptance, but I was curious. ...

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

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

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...

Class of 2017: Girls lacrosse sticks it with 7 days of school left

Class of 2017: Girls lacrosse sticks it with 7 days of school left

by Grace Weaver, Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2017

Seniors have seven days left and the senior lacrosse girls are ready to stick it. After the loss to Middletown in the quarterfinals, the girls celebrated their season May 15, 2017, with a banquet at Dutches Daughter. This year there was three seniors, Emily Daly defender, Grace Weaver a midfielder, and...

News for January 31, 2017

by Lancer Media

January 31, 2017

Attention all students who have taken or are taking an Advanced Placement course this year: Please remember to provide your AP exam registration form and payment to Mrs. Smith in the Assistant Principals’ office no later than Friday, February 17th.  You don’t want to miss out on the opportunity ...

News for May 23, 2016

by Lancer Media

May 23, 2016

Those of you participating in the Honor Society Soccer Tournament today, please don't forget to bring canned food goods to support the Libertytown Food Bank. Check your email for more information. All art students from the first semester should pick up your artwork from your teacher, or it will...

Class of 2016: Girls basketball makes a fast break toward graduation – 5 days

Class of 2016: Girls basketball makes a fast break toward graduation – 5 days

by Olivia DuBro, Editor-In-Chief

May 18, 2016

Seniors Tanner Ridgely, Karly Johnson, and Sarah Roerty are crossing over from 'ball is life' to 'this is real life' as they journey into a world outside of high school. Johnson is dribbling toward Towson University to major in nursing. She says she will miss joking around with her coach, Rachel E...

LHSsees2020: Sarah Roerty gallops her way up to Stevenson University

LHSsees2020: Sarah Roerty gallops her way up to Stevenson University

by Grace Weaver, Editor

May 5, 2016

Sarah Roerty will be galloping her way to Stevenson Univeristy next year. She plans to major in Biochemistry and would like to become a doctor or physical therapist one day. Roerty has realized that as biochemistry major, she will have loads of homework. With this she has decided that she doesn't...

LHSsees2020: Tanner Ridgely and Kayleigh Day ride the Mustang to Stevenson University

LHSsees2020: Tanner Ridgely and Kayleigh Day ride the Mustang to Stevenson University

by Tory Spruill, Reporter

May 4, 2016

Kayleigh Day and Tanner Ridgley are to attend Stevenson University in Owing Mills this fall. Day plans to study medical laboratory science and get her doctorate in the future to become a certified forensic pathologist. Ridgley is to major in pre-physical therapy. "I loved Stevenson after the first time I w...

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