Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding fines cannot be exempt.
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The search for the 2014 Fair Queen is now underway. Contestants interested in participating in this year's competition have until July 27, 2014 to register. See below for a complete set of rules and entry form.
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The 2014 Stripes yearbook will be distributed today during all lunches.
Students who have pre-ordered copies of the book should report to the line with the letter of their last name to pick up their book. They should also bring a photo... READ MORE »»
Katrina Foster, Bailee Bruce, Aleeza Butler, Bria Kelley and Jenna Moye show off the 2014 book.
Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding... Read More »
1.What was your most memorable moment this season with the team?
-”I can’t really choose one I appreciate every moment i had with my teammates this season.”
2. What is your you and your teammates mind set going into next season?
-”We’re... Read More »
The issue of Insta-fame is one that goes highly unnoticed. Just imagine for a moment having the population of a small town following you on social media. Sergio Lopez, a sophomore at Santaluces, undergoes the constant burden of having to please some 16,000 people. “I do feel pressure to act a certain way,” said Sergio, […]
As an average everyday high schooler, the phrase “real world experience” is one loaded with a heaping plate of mixed emotions with ambiguity and uncertainty being at the forefront. However, with the launch of the Spark! program, Parkway has now created a chance for entrepreneurship amongst its students. “Parkway students should take advantage of the […]
A member of the Maccabeats — the famous Yeshiva University singing group — is working part-time at Shalhevet this year while he creates his own solo music album in Los Angeles. Noah Jacobson — known to many as the “astronaut” in the Maccabeats’ breakout video “Candlelight” — will teach an 11th-grade Tanach class, work on […]
After six years, loved ones of sisters and former LHS students Sarah and Amina Said have helped in the telling of a story in search of justice. Sarah and Amina were murdered in the back of a taxi cab in Irving on Jan. 1, 2008. Their father, Yaser, was quickly suspected for the crime and […]
It happened while she was at school. A’Driana Beaver laughed with friends and conversed over lunch while firefighters smothered the flames that had engulfed her home, unknowingly to her. Completing a normal day at school, A’Driana hopped into her father’s car. It smelled of smoke. She thought her father had been working on their car […]
Our generation loves to “do it for the Vine.” We are obsessed with sharing and documenting everything that happens to us. Through Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and more, teens incessantly post pictures and moments of their lives for the world to see. Although this level of sharing can truly bring people together, wasting precious moments during […]