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National Honor Society and Student Council partake in shopping for the needy and wrapping presents

National Honor Society and Student Council members partook in “Shop for the needy” on Thursday, December 13. “Shop for the needy” is an annual event that National Honor Society and Student Council participate in. Every year they bring a group of children to Wal-Mart to purchase items for the event. It is one of the […]

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Art club paints windows

On Tuesday December 3, the art club painted the McDonald’s Play Place windows. To show Christmas spirit, the school’s art club went to the McDonald’s Play Place and painted many different shapes and figures on all of the windows. That Tuesday the students combined all their art skills and painted murals on the windows. These […]

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Team ends season with great results

The Academic Team ends their regular season with great results and high hopes. The team ends on a good note with varsity leaving a record of 7-1 and junior varsity with a record of 5-3. They have improved tremendously since last season, as they did not compete in nearly as much last season as they […]

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Freshmen go on ice skating trip

Freshmen went on an ice skating trip to Alpine Ice Arena and Mr. Gatti’s in Louisville on Saturday, December 8 and Mr. Dennis allows upper classmen to go on the trip too. Every student looked forward to hanging out with their friends on fun school related activities, so this year the annual ice skating trip […]

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Students attend annual KYA

Students participated in the annual Kentucky Youth Assembly November 17 through the 19 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville. This year there were more people involved than there were last year. People also took on a different roles than what they normally have taken in the past. Noah Stevens ’15 has participated in KYA […]

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Students participate in Bell Ringing at Walmart

Students in National Honor Society take part in the bell ringing for the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army goes around the world and raises money for families all around the world. They do not just raise money; they also hold charities where people can donate water and non perishable foods. Every year students from the […]

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Students work on Black Friday

Students describe how their jobs were crazy on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Everywhere around the country, students are working at their regular jobs. They see violence and fights over the smallest of things and talk about how they experienced their day. On Black Friday, most major retailers open extremely early and offer promotional sales to […]

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Freshman class holds Holiday dinner

The freshmen class held its annual holiday dinner in the cafeteria for over 200 attendees. Mr. Glenn McKissic, the freshman class sponsor, felt that the event was a success. “It was a little chaotic at first, but overall, I think it was pretty successful,” McKissic said. As per usual, the freshman service committee staffed the […]

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Band reflects on season, gets ready for next

The band ended its season at the Bands of America Grand Nationals. The band finished in twenty-second place overall out of 90 total bands and went undefeated for the entire season. Band director Brian Froedge felt the season was a success. “It was a fantastic year, the students worked hard and we were more successful […]

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Choir Performs Wicked

The choir performed on October 18, singing various songs from the musical Wicked. The Men’s Choir performed Hey Soul Sister by Train, In the Still of the Night by Boyz II Men, and Dancing Through Life which originated from Wicked. Donte Murrell ’15 is a part of the men’s choir, his favorite song they performed […]

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