Category: News

Most Influential Teachers

Most Influential Teachers

Several students have had a certain teacher or person in their life that has helped them get through the “hardest time of their life,” high school. Whether it’s because they taught them everything they know about a certain subject or they have helped them to get through a hard time, that teacher has influenced their students greatly. For junior Brianna […]

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Freshmen First Year

Freshmen First Year

As the 2017-2018 school year comes to an end, the freshman class has survived their first year of high school. With overcoming new obstacles, meeting new faces from other schools, learning time management and facing harder courses, freshmen have almost come to the end of one out of four years. Freshman Hayden Barefoot’s first year has treated him well because […]

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Featured: Junior Kaitlyn Pendergraph

Free Audiobooks Are Back

As summer vacation rolls around and students are released from school, two groups work together to provide a new take on reading. Each spring, around the end of April and beginning of May, SYNC Audio Books for Teens and Audiofile team up to provided free audiobooks to youth. “SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13 and up,” […]

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Juggling School, Work and Social Life

Juggling School, Work and Social Life

Students around the school struggle juggling their personal schedule’s when it comes to making plans to hang out with friends or family and completing school assignments, all the while having a job. Although the school year is quickly coming to an end, school students still have to worry about studying for exams, doing homework, and getting volunteer hours in for […]

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Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 12

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 12

This week on Wildcat News we attend the production of Cinderella, we sit down with the teacher of the year, we follow the band to the Strawberry Festival, and we discover a rising star.

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Class of 2021 Freshman Canvas

Class of 2021 Freshman Canvas

Sydney Beasley Class of 2021 Freshman Canvas Each year, the freshman class creates a canvas in order to leave their lasting mark on the school. The freshman canvas committee, consisting of freshmen Sophie Beasley, Josephine Calderone, and Joshua Sledge, with the help of English teacher Brenda Woolard, will create the canvas for the class of 2021. “We all have different […]

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Future Paths

Future Paths

With graduation lurking just around the corner, seniors begin solidifying their future after high school. The one question almost all students face throughout their high school career is what they plan to do after graduating. In most cases this question does not refer to what they want to do in life, but what they want to do in the years […]

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I Peeped a Diorama

I Peeped a Diorama

In a month of sweets and literature, some prefer to combine the two into a work of art. Combining the month of Peeps, the colorful, duck- and bunny- shaped, sugar coated marshmallows with small dabs of chocolate, a treat most often associated with Easter, and literature, the Peep diorama competition was born. A challenge frequently held by libraries and media […]

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Today’s Students Are Tomorrow’s Leaders

Today’s Students Are Tomorrow’s Leaders

The number one factor of being a good student is to teach someone something that they are interested in and that they believe is relevant to their educational goals. Senior Nick Moston believes that students should be able to learn about what they want to learn about and be able to say what they believe. “A good student is open […]

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AP Exam Preparation

AP Exam Preparation

With AP exams less than a month away, students and teachers start cracking down on preparations. “I have been preparing for the exam since the class started by making sure I have good notes to read over them if I don’t understand them,” junior Brianna Murphy said. In order to prepare their students for the exams in early May, teachers […]

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