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PHOTO GALLERY: 2024 Signing Day

PHOTO GALLERY: 2024 Signing Day

Natalie Garwood, Photography Editor April 30, 2024

Wednesday April 24, 2024, 19 seniors gathered in the media center for signing day where they celebrated their commitment to continuing their athletics at the college level. Mason Brodi signed to Albion...

PHOTO GALLERY: Signing Day

PHOTO GALLERY: Signing Day

Natalie Garwood, Photographer March 4, 2022

On Tuesday, March 1, seniors Bryce Koteles, Jayden Slaughter, Darren Welch and Gavin Zbytowski participated in Signing Day, committing to play football in college. Bryce Koteles signed to Valparaiso...

After receiving a congratulatory email that sprouted graphic confetti upon opening it, accepted seniors from Wayne State University received a letter in the mail.

Seniors begin receiving college acceptance letters

Nur Awkal, Editor December 18, 2019

For many seniors, there is nothing better then getting your first college acceptance letter in the mail. Many seniors are very anxious and scared when they first apply to college, worrying about whether...

Student athletes commit to colleges

Nina Andrianos, Online Reporter December 16, 2019

Football, basketball, soccer, volleyball. A handful of students have committed to colleges where they will continue to be student athletes. Committing to a college in high school simplifies the recruiting...

FAFSA opens

Selina Rivera, Online Reporter October 8, 2019

Oct. 1 was a very important day for seniors. FAFSA or the Free Application for Federal Student aid opened up the opportunity for college financial support. "Don't let the name mislead you," principal...

AP exam registration begins

Piper Halbhuber, Online Reporter October 2, 2019

Registration has begun for Advanced Placement exams, and students this year are facing the decision about whether or not to take the exam earlier than ever. "It's different, completely different from...

Rollin’ away with the tide.

Mackenzie Malone, Social Media Editor June 4, 2019

For the past eight months, almost every conversation I have had has revolved around college and my plans for the future. It’s surreal that I have come to the phase of my life where I need to make a decision...

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College Fair Night ahead at Jimmy John’s Stadium

Haley Grooms, Editor May 14, 2019

Free baseball and an opportunity to check out local colleges is a two-in-one deal for high school students everywhere. United Shore Professional Baseball League is hosting an event that allows baseball...

A big heart for the big house

A big heart for the big house

Alyssa Ali, Guest Reporter May 6, 2019

In the process of fulfilling the desire of a passion, a natural affection seems to be found in its existence. Those who love what they do, in most cases, wish to carry on with it. Within the process of...

Superintendent Scholarship

Colleen Roberts, Guest Reporter April 18, 2019

When it comes to paying for college, scholarships are one of the many tools students can use. Each year the Superintendent's Scholarship is awarded to a select group of seniors. The scholarship was awarded...

SAT testing

SAT testing

Shelby Carlson, Online Reporter April 15, 2019

The SAT, what some students consider to be the most important test of their high school career, is coming up in the next few weeks. The test scores are most frequently looked at by colleges looking...

Moving past the stigma of community colleges

Moving past the stigma of community colleges

Courtney Pullman, Guest Reporter May 17, 2018

Since we were in elementary school, adults have been pressing the idea of going off and doing something great with our lives, and surely that has to start somewhere. 2 syllables, 7 letters- college. Being...

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