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10 things to do this summer to avoid boredom

10 things to do this summer to avoid boredom

Delaney Bryson, News Editor

July 3, 2019

As July begins, the first month of summer is over—the days have become longer and hotter and entertainment opportunities seem to be dwindling. Some students may be feeling the boredom of long, hot summer days starting to creep in. From exercising and spending time in nature to staying in bed; below...

Opinion: Students’ statistics should not define them

Tyler Soule, Print Editor in Chief

May 23, 2019

They start off as simple questions like, “hey, what’d you get on your SAT?” or “what’s your GPA?”, but all of these questions, while they may seem innocent, are an added stress that some high school students don’t need. There are many other things a high school student may have weighin...

Teachers deserve more acknowledgment for everything they do

Teachers deserve more acknowledgment for everything they do

Madi Wheeler, Online Editor

April 25, 2018

In a student’s entire school career, they spend approximately 15,000 hours in school. That is about that many hours spent with a teacher, thus a student spending more of their day-to-day time with a teacher rather than their parent. Teachers are educating the next generation and teaching the future...

Dual enrollemnt through Mott Community College available

Regina Pauly, Writer

April 24, 2018

When scheduling comes around and it’s time to do course selections for next year, juniors and seniors have the option to do dual enrollment options with U of M Flint but there is also Mott Community College. This can offer credits in both high school and college. “Mott has college classes that...

In A Minute: College

In A Minute: College

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief

January 26, 2018

In a minute, something can change your mind. An idea, a person, or a statement has the power to alter your understanding. In a minute you can learn the good, the bad, and the ugly about college. From our graduated Tigers, take a peek into their lives as college students to see what they think about their...

Underclassmen students commit to colleges with sports scholarships

Underclassmen students commit to colleges with sports scholarships

Hannah Young, Writer

December 19, 2017

Perfecting their sport for a college scholarship is on some athlete's mind throughout their high school career. Underclassman being offered a scholarship is a rare occurrence, yet junior Logan Welch and sophomore Emma Hiscock have been offered scholarships from colleges for their athletic achievements...

Community members visit SRTs to discuss career options

Community members visit SRTs to discuss career options

Gracie Warda, Online Editor

October 27, 2017

With so many job opportunities available, and so many different paths to achieve those careers, many students can feel overwhelmed or uncertain about the choices presented to them after high school. In an attempt to combat these feelings and guide students, SRT teachers and FHS administration have organized...

Love, Riley | A letter to my 18 year old self

Riley Wilson, Print Editor in Chief

April 30, 2017

Rejection sucks. In the bluntest way possible, rejection is horrible. Especially the type of rejection that acts as a crane, knocking down future plans, causing an earthquake that shatters how you view your life. 18 year old you dreamed of attending John Hopkins University. You worked hard in high...

NCAA Division One changes requirements for eligibility

NCAA Division One changes requirements for eligibility

Michael Pearce, Sports Editor

September 10, 2016

Previous to now, Division One hopeful athletes were able to “cheat the system” a bit and avoid core classes that would sink their GPA, making them ineligible. The National College Athletic Association (NCAA) has made this tactic impossible now, requiring ten core classes to be completed before the ath...

Student athletes continue onto the next level of athletics

Student athletes continue onto the next level of athletics

McKenzie Lookebill, Writer

February 19, 2016

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Paying for college night advises parents, students on paying for college

Kelsie Lane, Writer

November 16, 2015

A special parent advisory council meeting was held on Nov. 4, to inform parents and students interested in applying for college of ways to make higher education more affordable. A representative from Mott Community College, Ellen McGowan, walked everyone through processes such as the FAFSA, Pell Grants,...

Students gain direct information from visiting colleges

Students gain direct information from visiting colleges

Alexis Megdanoff, Online Editor

October 19, 2014

Over the past few weeks, admission counselors from colleges across Michigan have been visiting students during SRT answering questions about what they’re looking for in a student, what life at college is like, programs and majors they offer, and any other questions students come up with. These opportunities...