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

Cayenne Stephens (12) as Fleance is embraced by Lady Macbeth during the coronation party scene in Macbeth. The role of Fleance required many hours of practice to remember lines and stage direction, and to build chemistry with actors.

Cayenne Stephens’s journey through theater

Chase Pittman, Arts and Entertainment Team Leader May 19, 2023

The curtains go up, bright lights beat down on painted faces and Cayenne Stephens (12), prepares for another show. Theater has been a key passion of hers for a long time, and over the years, she’s had...

Kimora McGee (12) craftily styles her client’s hair into soft locs. Her business, kashdoesmyhair, has steadily grown in popularity over the past year and a half.

McGee’s balance of hair and fame

Hannia Antunez, News and Feature Team Leader May 19, 2022

A fashion influencer, hairstylist and entrepreneur, Kimora McGee (12) goes above and beyond to chase her passions and make a name for herself. With 99,000 followers on her personal Instagram page, McGee...

From one senior to another…

Alice Willard, Head of Layout 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. You are finally the big-dog on campus, and it’s your turn...

Dahlia Townley-Bakewell uses Google Translate to help an Arabic-speaking student with his work. Since the beginning of the year, this student, who asked not to be photographed, has required the help of student-translators to understand complex math which can be difficult to translate.

Lost in translation: how a student is google-translating his way to academic success

Chase Pittman, Writer January 26, 2022

The student who is being tutored by Dahlia Townley-Bakewell opted to remain anonymous.   School is difficult enough for English-speaking students, but for those who are less proficient in English...

Senior Highlights

Katie Lamm, Editor-in-Chief June 11, 2021

What’s some advice you would give to underclassmen? “Have fun and live in the moment. Before you even realize, it'll be over!” Eli Cruthirds said. What’s one big thing you have learned...

Will Smith (12) stands on a street corner holding up a sign to promote a White Station food drive. As head of the school’s service committee, this is just one of many drives he has organized.

Smith uses his voice to inspire change in his community

Chase Pittman, Writer June 8, 2021

Some students see making a change as an impossible feat. Will Smith (12), however, has made serving his community and changing it for the better a priority in his life. As the founder of the Black Poetry...

Both Instagram thrift accounts that students Kim Le (left) and Ben Nganga (right) own are focusing on selling highly demanded college apparel. They each incorporated their own unique skills into building a small thrifting business through social media.

Le and Nganga open their own small business through Instagram

Renata Bayazitova, Writer June 8, 2021

Everyone loves to thrift, but does everyone always have the time for it? Driving to and from different thrift stores and taking hours out of your day rummaging through racks with a hundred clothes on them...

Though he is no longer in office, Donald Trump’s impeachment trial took place on Feb. 9, 2021.There, he faced charges surrounding the raid at the Capitol, while setting a few historical precedents.

President sets precedent: Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial

Alice Willard, Writer February 19, 2021

Former president Donald Trump has made history, facing charges of inciting an insurrection after his supporters raided and broke into the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6. Earlier that day, Trump gave a...

The digital rendering of phase two of courtyard renovations shows the planners’ intents to make this a communal space for students. The bricks bought by donors will be placed inside the circular pods in the center of the image.

Courtyard donations honor seniors

Grant Baxter, Business Manager December 17, 2020

Recognizing the Class of 2021’s disappointing senior year, planners for White Station’s courtyard renovations found a unique way to simultaneously celebrate graduating students and fundraise for the...

Bayley Jones (12), dressed in her green cap and gown, poses in front of White Station High School. The Spartan Class of 2020 received their caps and gowns on their designated locker clean out day.

SCS senior plan

Jackie Ann Crislip May 29, 2020

Graduation. Prom. The last day of high school. These are all things that COVID-19 has taken from the Class of 2020- at least in the traditional sense.  However, Shelby County Schools has created a plan...

White Station seniors pose and celebrate during a football game this fall. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, seniors across the country will have to face an unusual end to their final year of high school.

Undaunted: A letter to the Class of 2020 from Mrs. Holland

Carrye Holland, Principal April 26, 2020

Dedicated to the Class of 2020, My First Graduating Class as Principal of White Station High School, You guys didn’t ask for much.  You were surely expecting what tradition has allowed for so many...

Dear Rising Senior

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief April 8, 2020

Dear Rising Senior,  Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of the road. The hard work is almost done; you just have to make it through one more year. Your life is about to change. Everything...

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