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College Credit Plus, CareerQuest, and Honors Diplomas all add more to a student’s high school career than the normal college prep.
Student Perspective on Non-Traditional Learning
Alyssa Martin, News Editor • April 6, 2021

College Credit Plus (CCP), CareerQuest, and Honors Diplomas shape the progress students make in high school, including earning early college credits, planning for their desired career, and improving college...

The class of 2019 celebrate during their graduation ceremony with confetti.
Graduation ceremony returns with limited seating
Lexi Hackney, Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 6, 2021

An in person graduation ceremony will take place on May 16 at 2:00pm, but graduates will have a limited number of invitations due to Covid restrictions.  “Each graduate gets four tickets right now....

Shopping for dresses before prom is an event most girls look forward to.
Pandemic brings a new meaning to prom alterations
Lexi Hackney, Arts & Entertainment editor • March 19, 2021

Prom will take place in an altered form this spring and the Student council has had a difficult time making decisions.    Eliza King, head advisor on the Student Council, has faced difficult decisions...

Anthony Bach, participates in the “Walk of Champions” to commemorate over 31 years spent with the district and to celebrate his retirement.
Thank you Tony for never sitting still
Kayla Estrada, Editor in chief • April 8, 2021

Does this man ever sit still?  I’m on a wildgoose chase, desperately searching for the man of the hour, trying to set up an interview with him. I check every classroom, turn every corner, knock on...

Angela Zlatic reads a novel with her students while they sit separated by clear shower curtains.
Special education teachers adapt to guidelines
Isabelle Nunn, Features Editor • November 18, 2020
Rivers Crossing Celebrate ministry hands out coins to celebrate members progress in the program.
Keeping faith in the pandemic
Ansley Taylor, Staff Writer • May 21, 2020
The Ohio Department of Education requires 5 elective credits, but the ambiguity of the requirement means many students go their whole high school career without taking a music class.
Music deserves more credit
Abby MacNeil, Managing Editor • February 3, 2021

My Mondays begin at 6:15 in the morning. Begrudgingly, I crawl out of bed with barely enough time to get dressed and eat before driving to school. It may only be 7:00 AM, but I’m already dreading my...

Taylor Swift has dominated the music industry for over a decade, subjecting her to criticism and backlash.
My apology letter to Taylor Swift
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • December 21, 2020
Stacey Duckworth takes incoming phone calls from the nurse
Everything feels temporary
Kayla Estrada, Editor in Chief • November 23, 2020
Being told to smile is a micro aggression used to invalidate the anger that many women around the world are entitled to.
Stop telling girls to smile
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • October 13, 2020
BTS received a nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song “Dynamite,” which topped the Billboard charts in August of 2020. The award went to Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga for “Rain on Me.”
Students react to the Grammys
Abby MacNeil, Managing Editor • March 25, 2021

The 2021 Grammy Awards upset music enthusiasts over the choice of nominations and award winners. The award show, which took place on March 12th, featured performances from Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion,...

Cassandra Reeves and Brett Roebuck, seniors, follow state regulations while rehearsing Romeo and Juliet.
Theatre and COVID-19: rehearsing in a pandemic
Lexi Hackney, Arts & Entertainment Editor • November 13, 2020
The Knight Times wins as a solo imposter during a match of Among Us.
“Among Us” game offers distraction during pandemic
Lexi Hackney, Arts & Entertainment Editor • November 12, 2020
Ian Meeker
Ian Meeker
April 16, 2021

"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." - Pablo Picasso Love Mom & Dad

Jillian Middleton
Jillian Middleton
April 14, 2021
Ryan Dalton
Ryan Dalton
April 14, 2021
Brooke Keller
Brooke Keller
April 9, 2021
Increase in quarantines has the freshman basketball team grappling with the potential of a season shut down.
Freshman basketball team faces loss of season due to quarantines
Peyton Sucher, Sports Editor • November 13, 2020

After a basketball player tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, October 22nd, 27 players have been quarantined. The football team had...

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Basketball Rundown
February 25, 2020
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