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A Year of Memories

A Year of Memories

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(From L to R) Seniors Suki 
Pannu, Riley Andrews and Shelbey Sparrow pose in a model Cameroonian helicopter.

The Senior Class Visits the NC Zoo

Lions, otters and bears, oh my! The senior class visited the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, N.C. on May 18 for their “Senior Trip,” a special field trip for graduating seniors who paid their class dues to celebrate successfully completing four years of high school. Senior trips are a traditional rite of passage for twelfth graders across the nation. AP […]

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Surviving Senioritis

Sen·ior·i·tis: a supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. This “savage disease” plagues seniors as they try to balance advanced homework, college applications, adequate extracurriculars, dorm shopping and social interaction. Its symptoms include laziness, lack of work ethic and decreased interest in grades. Students, teachers and parents alike […]

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The Blue team, “Blue’s Clues,” poses to spell out “Caswell.” (From L to R: Paige Simons, Shelbey Sparrow, Kaitlyn Misinonile, Justin Denning, Hailee Clark, Victoria Guy, Scott Chesnutt, Cody Rutherford, Jowann Holder, Ben Meshaw, Mercedes Wynn-Walker, Andre Wilson, Mallory Cheek, Jacob Higgins.) Photo submitted by Shelbey Sparrow.

The Caswell Experience

School field trips typically include a crowded bus ride, angry chaperones and long reports to write. Leadership retreats entail long seminars and ancient guest speakers. The Caswell trip manages to leave all those elements behind, favoring laughter, friendships and activities instead– while being held on the sandy North Carolina coast. The annual Caswell Leadership Retreat was held from Jan. 17 […]

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The tuba section plays in a 2013 4th of July parade. Photo courtesy of Youtube user Kodiakchick.

Tuba Genius?

Sweat drips from faces as the bright stadium lights shine down. Nearly 100 students stand in formation, feeling pulses of adrenaline as they flex their toned muscles. The crowd watches in anticipation. The Marching Band begins their intense half time show, and one particular student’s face breaks into a huge smile as he picks up his unusually large instrument. Constant […]

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