Category: What’s Your Story?

Changing the Lives of Sharks

Changing the Lives of Sharks

She is running around the house being chased by her sister. Freshman Abby Hall runs into the bathroom to get away from one of her worst fears. Sharks went from terrifying to her strongest passion. “My sister used to chase me around the house with shark pictures. I would run into the bathroom and cry because I was scared,” Hall […]

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Saving Animals One Day at a Time

Saving Animals One Day at a Time

Beaten… burning… ditched. Everyday there is an animal that faces this abuse. Senior Laura Pennachio sees the effect of abuse first hand and does all that she can to make a difference. She works with the assistance of her mom to help find the animals homes and nurse them back to health. While other people may shy away when they see […]

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A Punishment With An Unexpected Result

A Punishment With An Unexpected Result

Junior Bryana Konig has known she has a passion for dance ever since her 2-year old self walked into her first dance class at a local studio. Though she would uncover her small, but growing, passion for photography 14 years later while in desperate need for entertainment. “I was declared grounded for a month after having an argument with my […]

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Pursuing Journalism

Pursuing Journalism

She stands behind the camera and also in front of it, writing and filming the world around her. Her love for journalism was unexpected, but it is now taking her to new heights as she travels for her passion. Junior Hannah Creech is attending the 2017 Washington Journalism and Media Conference which is for students across the country to come […]

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Overseas Traveler

Overseas Traveler

Every year there are always new students seen around school. Some students, come from other countries as part of the Study Abroad Program. From Taiwan to North Carolina, junior YuChing Lee came here to study. Coming to the United States was not always in her plans, until her mom told her about the Study Abroad Program. “After she told me […]

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Importance of family

Importance of family

Walking in the front door, welcomed by the breeze of home freshman Eryn Ishler knew she was happy. Ishler is greeted by both of her parents and she was thankful for her family. Being around the people she loves has always been a key factor in her life. Growing up, Ishler had a great family that always supported her in […]

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Barber’s Positivity

Barber’s Positivity

Although a sophomore, Zoe Barber has her life set for positivity. She has been influenced by both her family and friends. Her McDonald’s manager has also pushed her to search for her own happiness, as well as other’s. They have helped her realize what she wants to do as she gets older, and that involves bringing joy to ones who […]

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Migrating to America

Migrating to America

Senior Xena Mae Davis was born in the Southern part of the Philippines. When she turned 13 years old she moved to Bahrain in the Middle East which is close to Saudi Arabia. “I was born and raised in the Southern part of the Phillippines,” Davis said. After a year Davis had to move from Bahrain. There were a lot […]

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Family Is Everything

Family Is Everything

The laughter of Junior Anna Gillespie fills the air as she and her family are having a nice family meal. Gillespie and her family have a close bond that will never be broken. But two people have been special role models in her life. Her mom and dad have made her the special person that she is inside and out. […]

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Baseball Enthusiast Giangreco

Baseball Enthusiast Giangreco

Freshman Ethan Giangreco was squatting behind the batter waiting for him to get a strike. The pitcher throws the ball and he calls out strike. The batter stands ready as the pitcher throws the ball. He watches the batter swing and hit the ball. The ball goes flying into the air above him. He throws his mask off and looks […]

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