A publication by the students, about the students, and for the students of White Station High School

White Station Scroll

A publication by the students, about the students, and for the students of White Station High School

White Station Scroll

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The Honor Guard lines up to present the Homecoming Court during the Homecoming pep rally on October 6. Later that day, the Honor Guard performed the same routine to present the court at the Homecoming football game.

Honor Guard prepares for homecoming

Jill Allert, Writer November 13, 2023

The football team, the cheerleaders, the marching band, the E-Board and others all come together to make the homecoming pep rally and football game happen. However, one other important group often goes...

 President Ramyla Dahmer (12) (left) and vice president Thomas Riley (12) (right).

The 2022-2023 class presidents and class vice presidents

Sophia Turner, Online Editor October 4, 2022

The class of 2023 will be led by Ramyla Dahmer (12) as their senior class president this year. Dahmer has a passion for leadership and is working hard to fulfill her position’s demands. She has one main...

Annie Wilford (11) (left) serves as the deputy commanding officer of the Spartan Battalion. Through JROTC and other clubs, Wilford has discovered an interest in politics and law which she hopes to work in after serving.

Spartans choose military path after high school

Hannah Lam, Writer April 26, 2021

Drums flourish and trumpets blare as the future soldiers of this country march line by line on the fields of the United States Military Academy. For many high schoolers joining the military and serving...

 Spartans participate in the homecoming dress-up day by wearing costumes of their favorite Disney characters. Students who participated in dress-up days were featured on the E-board Instagram for the chance to win a gift card.

Lights, camera, action: spartan homecoming video

Jackie Ann Crislip, Online Editor December 11, 2020

Crowded football game. Electrified pep rally. Crowned royalty. This year, the traditions of homecoming that allow the White Station community to come together were threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic....

JROTC team travels to Washington, D.C. for national competition

Maadhu Krishnan November 19, 2019

Eight students from White Station’s Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Leadership and Academic teams traveled to Washington, D.C. over the summer to participate in the JROTC Leadership and...

White Station’s raider team huddles up before an event.

JROTC National Raider Tournament

Sophia Campbell, Writer November 10, 2019

For the first time ever, White Station’s JROTC raider team went to Molena, GA to compete in the United States Army National Raider Championship. After qualifying at Battalion level, Brigade level and...

White Station High School students board military helicopters to hear from pilots and learn about military aviation firsthand.

Spartans attend Naval Aviation Orientation field trip

Sophia Aiello October 11, 2019

White Station High School students walked from one military aircraft to the next last Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Wilson Air Center.  Navy League Memphis invited hundreds of Memphis-area students to attend...

Full bellies, good times, and perks for the Spartans

Frankie Barczak, Writer March 19, 2019

On February 26, many students’ mouths watered as they pulled up to the Chipotle parking lot, eager to taste the delicious food they were about to order. Not only did many people get a tasty treat, but...

In the prone position, Michelle Bond, Ethan King, and Nathan Tucker compete at the SGM Paul. C Gray JROTC Invitational Marksmanship Competition at John Hardin High School in Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Consistent shooter Michelle Bond leads marksmanship team to success

Isabella Shaw May 30, 2018

Marksmanship team captain Michelle Bond (12) did not want to be in JROTC. As a freshman, she was placed in the class mistakenly, but after a few days of attending, Bond realized she loved the unconventional...

The ROTC Marksmanship Team took 3rd Place in the City Finals - Gus Gottlieb (11) earned 4th in the individual competition - Also pictured, Joshua McKinney (10)

Shoot for the moon

Elissa Todd, Sports Copy Editor February 2, 2014

 Most people don’t think of marksmanship as a high school sport. One of White Station’s lesser-known teams is the rifle team. Junior Gus Gottlieb has been a member of the rifle team since his freshman...

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