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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Class of 2021 White Station students Caitlyn Catron (left) and Jeremy Boyland (right) are two of several successful student athletes currently at the University of Memphis. Their ability to adapt and grow within their respective sports was a major factor in their commitment to the Tigers.

Alumni transition from Spartans to Tigers

Alice Willard and Clara Thompson November 5, 2021

Fans roar. Cheerleaders rev up the crowd, pom-poms in hand. Eleven men donned in blue hustle down the field. Fans raise their arms in a U-shape above their heads. Touchdown. In football and cheerleading,...

Jasper Liles (11) prepares to record himself at home. Liles voice acts and currently is the voice for the University of Memphis’s “Wellness Wednesday” program.

Liles finds his voice through voice acting

Charlie Huebner, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2021

We all have a voice, and we all use it differently. Some use their voice as a political platform. Others, to create music. Jasper Liles (11) uses his for voice acting. For years, Liles has been told that...

Students in the Abriendo Puertas program took a trip to the University of Memphis on February 27th, 2020. The goal of this program is to help give latino students an opportunity to explore places to go after high school.

Latino students take a trip to tour colleges

Lydia Williams, Online Editor March 11, 2020

Making the decision about where to go after high school is very stressful. It often helps to be able to visit colleges and get a first hand experience beforehand. The Abriendo Puertas (Opening Doors) College...

Jacob Campos, director of bands at Franklin High School, conducts the Gray Band for their final performance. Campos was one of two guest conductors who were invited to participate in the U of M Honor Band this year.

The U of M honor band experience

Molly Yuan March 6, 2020

There’s a sizable disparity between the musical experience offered in a standard school ensemble and one offered in an auditioned honor band setting. Not only is the overall level of playing higher,...

 Cameron Leith(12) takes a comprehensive, 60 question survey conducted by U of M graduate principal graduate researchers Xu Jiang and Allyson Topps. The survey is being used to find how psychological strengths predict better social-emotional well being in adolescents.

U of M conducts study on the emotional well being of White Station students

Caitlin Tate February 13, 2020

On Jan. 17, White Station participated in a University of Memphis study, which was partially developed by White Station’s own alum Allyson Topps. The main goal of the study according to Psychology ...

Stephenson educates his AP U.S. History class on the battles of the Civil War. His perfected method of teaching includes powerpoints and interactive questions to engage students in the subject.

History of the History Teacher

Grant Baxter December 18, 2019

Michael Stephenson never planned to become an Advanced Placement History teacher at White Station High School, but his love for history, teaching and our school has made him an integral part of the Spartan...

Orchestra trip opens eyes of students

Michelle Le November 12, 2019

Members of the White Station orchestra rushed to the University of Memphis and watched college students sing, perform and play instruments on Oct. 30.For students Shawn Meng (10) and Ainsley Grant (10),...

The White Station Orchstras gained a new student teacher this year, Matthew Finley. A not-so-distant graduate of Overton High School, he is earning his education degree at the University of Memphis.

Orchestra gets a helping hand

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief October 23, 2019

Serving as a student teacher is typically a great way for college students looking to get a degree in education to hone in on their teaching skills and test the water with actual students. The White Station...

White Station jazz students showcase their talents on the corner of Patterson and Central at the University of Memphis. This was their first out-of-school performance of the semester.

The Rhythm of Success: How the WSHS Jazz Band Prepares for the Real World

Molly Yuan October 21, 2019

The White Station Jazz Band took the spotlight in a community arts showcase held at the University of Memphis on Saturday, Oct. 5. The event included performances by the different fine arts programs...

Financial Officer Matt Rhodes came to share scholarship information specifically for the University of Memphis. He then went on to explain the process of applying for FAFSA and what students should be doing to prepare for all college applications.

Seniors! Money! Learn all about it!

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader September 22, 2019

The moment most students look forward to is slowly approaching: the end of high school. However, they must first decide what they want to do after graduating.  For those that seek to pursue a higher...

 Staffers explain the format of a crisis committee to members of the War of the Roses. The brief training session ensured that all delegates were aware of how a crisis committee runs.

Model UN holds Annual Conference

Graham Ross October 2, 2018

The White Station Model UN club held their fourth annual WSHSMUN conference on Saturday, Sept. 22. Ahmed Motiwala (12) and Arjun Raj (12), the co secretary generals of the club, ran the conference. The...

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)...

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