Lunch breaks or summer break: students with jobs
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First is the worst, second is the best… or is it?
Students give new grading scale an A+

Students give new grading scale an A+

September 13, 2022

Some knew it as the scourge of the earth, others as the final straw; the horror that haunts every overachiever’s dreams: the infamous 90 —...

From one senior to another…

April 5, 2022

Hey rising senior, It’s almost time for you to tackle the infamous, mythical beast: senior year. All your hard work has led to this moment....

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David Donlon (12) is captured playing a gig at Cincinnati with joy on his face from finally being photographed as a professional performing artist. The School of Rock tour spent time and energy making their setup appealing to spotlight their artists.
Spartans on School of Rock summer tour
Elias Clements, Writer • September 28, 2022
"We're not playing at super huge venues. But, if you have a bunch of people at the front, you see that they're really having a good time and appreciating the music you're making. It makes me feel like I'm doing something right,” -David Donlon (12) said
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Yang charges across the field with the ball watching carefully for any obstacles enacted by the competition. As an attacker, Yang is vital to the Team Tennessee offense and scoring points for the team.
Yang represents Spartans at Lacrosse Team Tennessee
Sari Richmond, Managing Editor • September 11, 2022

Emmy Yang (11) barrels down the field alongside the other elite lacrosse players from across Tennessee. Team Tennessee is a competitive team requiring tryouts that narrow...

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Freshmen eCYBERMISSION team reaches the national science competition

Kirana Richmond, Writer | September 28, 2022

This past summer, Garrett Chaudron (9), Amy Yu (9), Daniel Lam (9) and Pragna Rajashekar received the chance to take their eCYBERMISSION team to Nationals in Washington, D.C. The group’s project consisted of researching the possible negative effects and stress levels of social media usage among students and young adults. “Our experiment was designed to help middle schoolers reduce their levels...

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Learning through internships local and abroad

Sophia Turner, Online Editor | September 10, 2022

A summer engrossed in conducting research eight hours a day in a St. Jude lab lined with beakers and test tubes, a summer spent shadowing various medical departments in a Richmond hospital and a summer of escaping into the foreign streets of Taiwan: Dahlia Townley-Bakewell (12), Morgan Johnson (12) and Aditi Mishra (12) seized the absence of school to fully immerse themselves into these advantageous...

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