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Opinion: pros and cons of virtual college visits

Opinion: pros and cons of virtual college visits

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor in Chief

July 31, 2020

While the option of in-person interaction is extremely limited, universities have offered up virtual tours for prospective students to learn about the school from home and ease the decision making process.  Very few people would choose watching a video of Hawaii over physically going to Hawaii, and...

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

FHS seniors who will continue athletics into college

Anna Weigle, Writer

April 21, 2020

As the year comes to a close, seniors are starting to prepare for the years ahead. Some are planning on continuing their athletic journey into college. FHS is sending these students out to further their athletic and academic careers at the college they have committed to.  Senior Emma Hiscock will be attending the Un...

Current college students share advice for incoming freshmen

Current college students share advice for incoming freshmen

Hannah Young, Online Editor

March 20, 2020

Attending college as a freshman is full of different things from a new environment to a new lifestyle. The days approaching graduation can be nerve-racking for current high school seniors, but consulting current college students and preparing for the transition can help make the changes go smoother. ...

Opinion: Out-of-state college is better than in-state college

Opinion: Out-of-state college is better than in-state college

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief

December 5, 2019

Last year, a Fenton InPrint poll found that only 18 out of about 200 seniors in the class of 2019 decided to go out-of-state for college. This statistic is close to the national average, according to Niche, which estimated that 72 percent of seniors choose to stay in-state for college. The 18 students, d...

Opinion: Out of state college is not the best choice for students

Opinion: Out of state college is not the best choice for students

Bree Soule, Writer

December 5, 2019

The thought of traveling to a different state may sound fun at first, especially for those who love to travel, but attending college out of state has numerous disadvantages. According to The College Solution, 52 percent of students stay within 100 miles from their home when attending college and 73 p...

Pros and Cons of taking IB exams

Pros and Cons of taking IB exams

Taron Masi, Online Editor

November 20, 2019

Fenton High School is different from many schools in the district in that they offer students interested in classes that promise more rigor, demand and provide new challenges in their academic careers and alternative to regular education classes. These classes are known as International Baccalaureate,...

College is becoming expensive, here’s some resources to ease the costs

College is becoming expensive, here’s some resources to ease the costs

Grahm Staib, Writer

November 14, 2019

If you’re going to college, you’re most likely going to find yourself in a pile of debt. According to the Federal Reserve, 62 percent of adults aged 18-29 have took on some debt after attending a four year institution. This trend will continue as college tuitions continue to increase year-by-year. Here ...

How to sign up for college campus visits

Delaney Bryson, News Editor

September 17, 2019

College campus visits allow students interested in certain colleges to see what the campus looks like and get a preview of what it might be like to be a student there. Signing up for college visits is also a way to show interest in that school.  ...

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...