Demon Barber of Fleet Street

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Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
May 15, 2015

Music. Mayhem. Murder. All of this could only mean one thing. The musical “Sweeney Todd” is coming to Leonardtown High School. Nothing says excitement like a Demon Barber of Fleet Street. There will be suspense, horror, and lots of blood all over the place. Fake blood, of course. This play is going... Read more »

How to Prepare for College

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Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer
May 14, 2015

Preparing for college can be stressful and everyone knows that. Many students wait until the last minute to decide to where to go or what to do. It is better to start preparing as early as possible. The earlier you start, the better. If you want to know, here are seventeen steps on how to prepare for... Read more »

Imagination Contemplation: Creative Writing Club

May 10, 2015

In Leonardtown High School, there’s a club where students who like to write can meet up with other students like them. This is a club where students express their imagination through writing . Students can also do fun writing activities as well in this club. That club is the Creative Writing club. Ms.... Read more »

AP Classes vs. Dual Enrollment Classes

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer
May 7, 2015

Every year, more high school students take AP or dual enrollment classes. Both classes will help you earn college credit so you do not have to take certain classes when you go to a four year college. AP and dual enrollment classes both have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to preparing for... Read more »

Senioritis – What Is It Like at LHS?

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer
April 14, 2015

We are already in the second semester of senior year at LHS people. Many seniors are suffering from a disease called “senioritis.” If you do not know what senioritis is already, then you should know right now. Senioritis is a crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Signs and symptoms... Read more »

There’s Never Enough Time to Do All the Nothing You Want – or, Is There?

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Casey Bacon, Junior Staff Editor
April 14, 2015

Well, okay, we admit: maybe not. But, there are ways to combat the daily stresses that begin to pile up and can begin to bog down your successes, goals, happiness, and general sanity. From a California Sutter Health study conducted on over a hundred adolescents, a whopping 55% report that they receive... Read more »

15 Facts You Didn’t Know about LHS

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Allison Guy, Sophomore Staff Writer
April 14, 2015

  How much do you know about our school? You hopefully know its colors, blue and white, and that its mascot is the raider. But do you know what year the school was founded? Do you know if there are any famous alumni from Leonardtown High School, or what changes the school has gone through since... Read more »

A Gift for LTV

Marcus Williams, Senior Staff Writer
April 14, 2015

When students enter the LTV room, they immediately get started on their morning rituals. First, the script has to be written, including the weather, the lunch menu, any Raider sports’ activities, and any other happenings at Leonardtown High. Next, the camera and mics are set up and the anchors bring... Read more »

Essentials for Driving That Every Teen Should Know

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Allison Guy, Sophomore Staff Writer
March 14, 2015

Well, fellow high schoolers, the time in your life has come… to learn how to drive. If you’re a freshman or sophomore, you’ll be a full-fledged driver in no time… well, after you get your permit,go through a driver’s education course, log in your practice driving hours, get your provisional... Read more »

Spread the Word to End the Word

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
March 8, 2015

March 4th was the anniversary of the campaign of “Spread the word to end the word”.  It’s about ending the ‘r’ word because it’s a very rude word. Since people with disabilities are more alike than different to us, we need to treat them with respect.   Maggie Emmerich, who’s the president... Read more »

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