• Facts on Funding

    Facts on Funding

    Ellie Grecul, Co Editor-in-Chief

    Around campus, money is a popular topic. One can easily stumble across fundraisers, requests for donations, conversations about why one department seems to get more money than the other, and complaints about the high cost of the school. A question that many may have, regards where funding for the...

    Funding of academic programs is driven largely by need.

  • AP Research allows students to explore interests

    AP Research allows students to explore interests

    Zachary McManus, Staff Reporter

    While AP Research is a challenging and demanding course, it has inspired many juniors and seniors to seek new knowledge about topics and issues that pertain to their individual interests. It also prepares them for the essential aspects of college. Juniors Christy Chadwick and Sajan Gutta are utilizing...

    Junior Sjan Gutta demonstrates a product designed to improve posture.

    Zachary McManus

  • Living with Overlap

    Living with Overlap

    Julia McCarthy, Staff Reporter

    Freshman Lauryn Gayles faces the challenge of balancing two sports, schoolwork, friends, and family. It can be stressful, but Gayles knows how to manage her time. Some student athletes, like Gayles, play more than one sport. For Gayles, it’s soccer and track. These sports can last year-round and...

    Freshman Lauryn Gayles is almost always in season with the sports she competes in. This time of year, her focus is on track.

    Alexandra Ippolito

  • Independent Artists

    Independent Artists

    Charlie George, Co-Editor-in-Chief

    As the teacher is rambling on and on and students frantically write down every word she says, a few students start drifting outside the margin. The shapes, creatures, and whatever else the mind thinks of during history class, are usually done out of boredom and without much skill. But some students...

    Savannah Olivas enjoys drawing in anime style.

Facts on Funding

Facts on Funding

Ellie Grecul, Co Editor-in-Chief

Around campus, money is a popular topic. One can easily stumble across fundraisers, requests for donations, conversations about why one department seems to get more money than the other, and complaints about the high cost...

March 1, 2017No Comments

Students recall their pre-tech days

Students recall their pre-tech days

Zachary McManus, Staff Reporter

Whether it’s a smartphone, computer, tablet, or any other device, most students have some form of technology that they use on an everyday basis. Although these devices pose benefits for students, they have also changed...

January 10, 2017No Comments

HT acting troop receives superior at district competition

HT acting troop receives superior at district competition

Growl staff report

Polyface, a play written by HT senior Gabo Perez, won a superior rating at the One Act District Competition at Merritt Island High School, Saturday, December 3. The Advanced Acting Class’s performance of Polyface is the first supe...

December 6, 20161 Comment

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Show Me the Money!

Anaya Lopez, Staff Reporter

Some athletes and coaches have been wondering why more money is spent on one sport versus another, and if that is fair. “Each sport has a set budget at the beginning of the year for equipment and uniforms, depending...

March 1, 2017No Comments

  • Living with Overlap February 28, 2017
  • Victory off the field December 5, 2016
  • Folio Out Front October 19, 2016
  • Sweeney continues golf success at Ole Miss September 29, 2016

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AP Research allows students to explore interests

AP Research allows students to explore interests

Zachary McManus, Staff Reporter

While AP Research is a challenging and demanding course, it has inspired many juniors and seniors to seek new knowledge about topics and issues that pertain to their individual interests. It also prepares...

March 1, 2017No Comments

Independent Artists

Independent Artists

January 10, 2017

A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart

January 10, 2017

Stock Market Club on the Rise

Stock Market Club on the Rise

November 3, 2016

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