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Senior Jonathan Morris Takes Action for Stafford Family

Senior Jonathan Morris Takes Action for Stafford Family

February 24, 2018

On Wednesday, Jan. 24th, tragedy struck for freshmen Coal Stafford’s family. While at church,  Stafford’s family of eight learned that their house...

Carlton Kilpatrick wins FMEA secondary teacher of the year

Carlton Kilpatrick wins FMEA secondary teacher of the year

February 12, 2018

For more than 30 years, chorus director Carlton Kilpatrick has been either singing with choirs or teaching them. Originally from Leesburg, Kilpatrick started...

Don’t Stress the Test

Don’t Stress the Test

January 19, 2018

It is almost that dreaded time of year again for many students across the state. FSA testing is coming up in a few months, and it is true students are...

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Lady Lifters Compete to Take Down Stereotypes
Profile: Caleb Elferink
Baseball Conditioning
Lake Brantley Cheer Gets Competitive
Students Lift to States

Students Lift to States

February 15, 2018

Despite Loss, Girls Basketball has Bright Future

Despite Loss, Girls Basketball has Bright Future

February 11, 2018

The Importance of Practices

The Importance of Practices

January 31, 2018

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Madison Harris, Staff Reporter
May 22, 2018

On opening night of April 20, Lake Brantley’s Drama Troupe 2888 performed the production ‘Godspell’. A production full of energy, positive messages and unique music, this production is unlike any other performed by the drama department. The play has a cast of about 15 students but, only three students play a starring role. These main characters will be portraying popular Bible characters such as Jesus, Judas and John the baptist. While the play is telling common parables throughout the...

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“Avengers: Infinity War” breaks records

Joelle Wittig, Staff Reporter
May 10, 2018

After its release on April 27, “Avengers: Infinity War” broke box office records with the biggest worldwide opening ever. During its opening weekend, the film made about $641 million worldwide. “My dad was really into comic books, so I really grew up with marvel,” sophomore Aubrey Dettman said. “I think the first marvel movie I ever saw was ‘Captain America: the First Avenger’ back...

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi review

Joelle Wittig, Staff Reporter
March 18, 2018

“Star Wars”, the memorable science fiction series, has stirred the cinematic world for decades. On Dec. 15, Lucasfilm released the second movie of the sequel trilogy, “The Last Jedi”, which was written and directed by Rian Johnson. The story follows a young girl, Rey (Daisy Ridley), who is strong with the force, a power to control the energy surrounding all things, while on her quest to destroy...

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In Defense of Drivers Education

Desiree Martinez, Journalism 1 Reporter
March 19, 2018

Dress for Success

Angelina Jonkaitis, Journalism 1 Reporter
March 17, 2018

Need for Creative Writing to Combat FSA

Corey Bleakley, Journalism 1 Reporter
March 16, 2018

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