While the pandemic may make it difficult to keep a strong mental health, a new club, Supporting Others Arise Radiantly (S.O.A.R.), seeks to make it easier for students to do just that. “I wanted to start this club because I think it’s very important to bring awareness to mental health and the reality of it. It also serves as a support group to those who need it,” senior Cassidy Hamilton said.

New club helps students S.O.A.R.

Danielle M Carlisi, Social Media Manager
January 12, 2021
 As exams near, junior Sofia Hemingway studies. “[I think the exams will be] harder this year because I feel unorganized and lost with so many of my classes online,” Hemingway said. She and her family plan to travel west during exam week.

Exams approach

Danielle M Carlisi, Social Media Manager
December 5, 2020

Spread cheer, not Covid-19

Justice Seay, Editor
December 2, 2020

Music unites students

Danielle M Carlisi, Social Media Manager
December 1, 2020

Breaking SAD

Justice Seay, Editor
November 13, 2020
As the presidential election approaches on Nov. 3, many 18 year olds decide to register to vote for the first time. “I’m really big on politics and stand behind my beliefs and I’m super excited to vote in the presidential election because this will be my first voting experience,” senior Bella Cole said. She registered back in June.

Last chance to register

Danielle M Carlisi, Social Media Manager
October 18, 2020
Principal Jared McEvoy sent posters promoting the yearbook via email to parents. “We offer the best price the earlier in the year that you buy,” publications adviser Erica Kincannon said. Buying a yearbook earlier guarantees students receive one and allows staff to plan out pages.

Buy a yearbook

Lauren Devereux, Staff Writer
October 9, 2020
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