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The Path Less Chosen

Annie Caswell, News Editor May 2, 2022

For many, picking a college major is one of the most crucial decisions one can make. For some, a major might fall under medical or business, but what happens when a major takes place in a plane as a pilot...

The Chill Factor

Annie Caswell, News Editor February 23, 2022

While there’s no better feeling as a student than a snow day, for teachers it may not be the same case. Lesson planning is one of the most crucial parts of teaching, but snow days can make consistent...

Drivers ed costs so much money it could keep you from driving.

Drivers ed should be more affordable

Katie Hiebl, 21st Century Journalism November 21, 2017

Today, most people drive their own car as their main way of transportation. So why in today’s world is drivers ed so expensive. I think that drivers ed should be cheaper so that everyone can do it....

How Much Do We Need Math?

How Much Do We Need Math?

Hayden Zeller November 19, 2017

What if I said most Americans never use complex math during their job. You might say that is crazy and there is no way that is true, but for most Americans it is. According to about 86...

A students cello is being stored in the instrument room in the Orchestra class. During most other hours this instrument would have been out and playing beautiful music.

Pep Rallies for the Arts

November 17, 2017

Pep rallies are meant to inspire enthusiasm. But sports are not the only groups that deserve pep rallies. An all arts pep rally would be an exciting and fun new thing to try here at South. Before and after...

If you need any extra information on colleges, then take a trip down the counseling halls. There is a board with many different colleges and college information on it. It gives students scholarships possibilities, ACT and college visit times. Next time youre walking down the counseling hall take a look at the board.

Students preparing for college throughout high school

By Olivia Riley, 21st Century Journalism November 16, 2017

Freshman year and senior year may seem far away from each other, but it is never too early to start preparing for college. There is always something students can do to help themselves prepare for that...

What you can do to help pay for college

What you can do to help pay for college

Juliana Martin , 21st Century Journalist November 16, 2017

College adviser Jasmine Morgan’s job is to help seniors figure out the next step or secondary plans in their lives.. Morgan expands their options. She also gives out resources to scholarships and grants,...

First Generation College Students vs. Second Generation College Students

First Generation College Students vs. Second Generation College Students

Hayden Zeller November 16, 2017

Which one is more beneficial, being a first generation college student or being a second generation college student, both of these can have their benefits, both of these can have their disadvantages, so...

An ad for college help featured in a school brochure.

Applying to College

Chloe Beiriger, 21st Century Journalism November 15, 2017

Students across the world are applying for college. Whether it’s finding the right time to apply, making sure you have all the requirements, getting credits or writing the actual application, all can...

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