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

Gabrielle Shirley (12) participates in the annual Frank Horton “Night” Classic. This race featured cross country runners from all over the Mid-South region to run in honor of the late Coach Frank Horton, a beloved Memphis coach.

Cross country runners dedicate summers to their sport

Chitkala Alli, Managing Editor December 14, 2023

‘Twas a warm summer morning, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. Well, except for Eleanor Boswell (9). Boswell is a cross country runner, a sport that calls for...

On the first night of Nashville’s Eras Tour shows, Taylor Swift announced “Speak Now” (Taylors version). Since then, Swift also announced “1989” (Taylors version) on Aug. 9th.

Concerts of the summer

Maya Zelinski, Social Media Lead December 12, 2023

Both the air conditioning and music were blasting this scorching summer as many artists went on tour. Along with the classic summertime music festivals, well-known stars such as Beyoncé and Taylor Swift...

Bobby Burnett (12) (second from left) is surrounded by some of his supportive football coaches: (left to right) Mason Rolland, Terrell Ruben and Edgar Williams. These coaches visited Burnett on one of his summer shifts after football practice.

Lunch breaks or summer break: students with jobs

Shania Moore, Layout Lead September 28, 2022

For most students, summer break is a time where they can relish staying out late at night, hanging out with friends and even going on vacation without having to stress about homework, upcoming tests, etc....

White Station choir students explore Germany

White Station choir students explore Germany

Ricki Le September 18, 2018

Traveling abroad is a rare opportunity for most high school students. With hectic schoolwork, daily commitments and no time for self-care, traveling is not even on the radar of many students. Nevertheless,...

Spartans attend summer journalism camp at the University of Memphis

Spartans attend summer journalism camp at the University of Memphis

Graham Ross September 18, 2018

With pens and cameras in hand, high schoolers from across the mid-south assembled for the Accelerated Media Project workshop at the University of Memphis this summer. Justin Kouch (11), Caitlin Tate (11)...

Summer pre-college program provides valuable experience

Summer pre-college program provides valuable experience

Lydia Williams September 18, 2018

Summer vacation—a time for taking trips, relaxing and forgetting about the piles of summer work. But that’s not true for everyone. Some students are still hard at work, even when school is out. Isabel...

Kathryn Haynes (12) enjoys the view in Budapest.

A summer of faith: traveling through Eurasia

Annie Leow September 18, 2018

While summer is often a time to sit back, relax and enjoy a much-needed break, some students chose a different route. Kathryn Haynes (12), Harper Lazarov (12) and Sarah Unowsky (12) attended religious...

To celebrate scoring a point during a tight match, Gigi Ford (12) cheers on her volleyball team who took the fourth set, winning the overall game.

Student athletes attend sports camps for offseason training

Kathryn Todd September 18, 2018

A successful play. A powerful spike. Sweet, sweet victory. These are the moments that student-athletes Gigi Ford (12) and Travis Lewis (11) spent a large part of their summer training for at colleges across...

Kaitlin Mottley (11) smiles for a picture with students from Itoman Prefectural

Spartans spend summer making new memories

Summer. Many students’ favorite time of year. A time when students can leave behind worries and relax. But not all students spend this time lounging by the pool. This summer, many Spartans embarked on...

All around the world

Camryn Corbin, Student Life November 30, 2016

This past summer, the majority of teens were out chasing Pokémon or binge watching Netflix., but, a few of our Spartans ventured out into the world, impacting the lives of others as well as changing their...

Getting paid in the summer rays

Jeremy Leake, Social Media Editor May 11, 2015

During summer vacation, there are family vacations, summer camps and trips with your friends. But there are also weeks you sit at home in front of the TV for hours at a time.  However, you could...

Math teacher Lauren Caldwell kisses a giraffe in Africa

Making the most of Summer

Rachel Tanenbaum September 30, 2013

Senior Rechel Geiger traveled to Israel this summer through a leadership program. She prayed at the Western Wall, rafted on the Jordan River, and swam in the dead sea. Geiger appreciated learning about...

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