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Technology Takes Over Classroom

Missed days, missed assignments and lost time are just a few issues faced by high school students. However the advent of new technology helps to combat these issues. Social studies teacher Tony Garrison incorporates technology into all of his lessons. His incorporation of technology is used to reinforce what he teaches daily. Between the actual […]

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Tennis Courts, Facilities Finished

The tennis courts have been completely redone and resurfaced after the summer construction.

  This year’s tennis team can be looking forward to the opportunity to play and practice on the new tennis courts. After construction of the courts began in the Fall of 2011, their completion, in the Spring of 2012, seemed to mark a new era of Trojan tennis. Mrs. Chelsie Mansell, oversaw the construction of […]

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Construction Brings New Facilities to Choir Classes

The sixth phase, which began with the development of plans near the end of the past school year, led to the renovation of the band and choir rooms. The construction entailed creating a new dance studio, a larger band room, and a larger choir room. Mrs. Chelsie Mansell, the School Administrative Manager oversaw many aspects […]

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Softball looks to tournament after district wins

Nearing the end of the season, the softball is preparing for the District tournament. Consecutively playing every team in the district in a row will offer insight that will be necessary in the near approaching tournament. Afterwards, four regions will be played with the season culminating at in the tournament. After losing to E-town for […]

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Mrs. Lirot retires after 28 years

Nearing the end of this year, Mrs. Patty Lirot knows that retirement is only a new chapter in her life. Being in the profession 28 years, Mrs. Lirot has had the opportunity to share her love of business through an application which she felt was her calling. With a degree in education and an emphasis […]

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Austin Campbell

Everyday Austin Campbell (’13) normally runs a pretty average schedule. School, work, sometimes downtime, normally spent with friends. All these come back to one though. An inspiration, being classically defined as anything that spurs interest or ideas, takes upon a new meaning, with Campbell regarding it has his father. While many others say this to […]

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Softball team finds success in Florida and District Play

                  Riding on a four-game winning streak the softball team has carved out their place in the district.                 With two district wins over Elizabethtown and John Hardin High Schools, along with two wins over North Bullitt and Adair County, the team has won four and lost four since their home opener                   Florida […]

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Spring Testing Schedule

  Tuesday, May 1   Test: K-PREP   Explanation: On Demand Testing for sophomores and juniors. Test is broken into two parts – A & B. All students, including seniors and freshman will report to testing sites for this day.   Testing Time Block: 8:50-11:05*       Monday, May 7   Test: Biology End […]

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Young softball teams looks forward to success

Ball is pitched to Meade Co. as the game ensues.

  With the spring season already here, the softball team has been the epitome of pre-season hard work.                 With changes scheduling due to KHSAA, the team had to begin preparing earlier in the pre-season. Head Coach Donnie Baker stressed the need for more practice in the offseason.                 “We have a great bunch of […]

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Arts and Humanties Requirements Change

With the adoption of new standards, new course requirements are to be put in place concerning the Arts and Humanities subject area. With the adoption of a new state wide curriculum, the Arts and Humanities standards in our school and our district will change in the upcoming years. The change in standards now states that […]

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