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Ambassadors perform Back by Popular Demand concert

Ambassadors perform Back by Popular Demand concert

Bree Soule, Writer

March 1, 2019

As the curtains opened and the music began, the Ambassadors started their Back By Popular Demand concert of the year. With a total of 31 songs, 10 being in the “rockapella” medley, the concert took place Feb. 22 and Feb. 23. “This was my first Back By Popular Demand show,” junior Emily Wright...

Former Fenton student Annie Hayes performs at Carnegie Hall

Dylan Dockins, Writer

February 22, 2019

When Annie Hayes left Fenton High last June and applied to Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, Michigan, she never could have predicted that she and her Percussion Ensemble group would perform at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan, New York. “A group asked us to play from Baldwin Wallace Conservatory...

Playing sports at a young age leads to beneficial outcomes

On the run with the football freshman quarterback , Dylan Davidson  gains yards hoping to get a first down for his team. JV Fenton football team won their first game against Brandon.

Lukas Zywicki, Sports Columnist

June 6, 2018

Playing sports in the pros has been most young kids dream for years and years, yet most of them fail to get there. They give up and stop trying. But if one plays sports at a young age it can give them a drive and passion for it. It has beneficial entities also. It can teach countless lessons and bring...

Underclassmen students commit to colleges with sports scholarships

On Monday night's game, sophomore Logan Welch one of the teams players pitched during that nights game. The jv boys baseball team played two games against Linden winning both with the scores of 6-3 and 3-0.

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...

Alma mater is preformed by choir program during homecoming events

Along with her fellow choir members, junior Emily Hayes, who belongs to the Ambassadors, sings the school song.

Regina Pauly, Writer

October 12, 2017

Alumni and current choir members gathered on the track at the homecoming game to sing the Alma Mater. The Fenton Alma Mater is the official school song created to bring out school spirit through the choir while also including alumni. “Typically a lot of students don’t know what the Alma Mater...

Fenton Bands preform together to raise money for new marching band uniforms

Fenton Bands preform together to raise money for new marching band uniforms

Anna Ebert, Writer

October 11, 2017

As the band plays you hear the variety in music from the stands. All the Fenton bands, marching band, wind ensemble, jazz band and symphonic band, will come together to raise money for new marching band uniforms. The Fenton Tigers Band-o-Rama concert fundraiser is in hopes of a new look for the marching ...

Choir Fall Informance begins series of concerts

Choir Fall Informance begins series of concerts

Emma Coffey, Writer

October 26, 2015

The stage is illuminated and a group full of people look out into a sea of darkness, however, they know the seats are filled. The entire auditorium sings together, united. The Fall Informance is the first choir concert of the year organized by choir director Brad Wright. “The purpose of the Fall...

‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ revamped, set in the 1930s

Samantha Smith, Content Editor

October 9, 2014

The story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is one widely known. A poor boy gets the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour the legendary chocolate factory of Willy Wonka. While at the same time, encountering strange oddities like a hot cocoa river, chewing-gum meals, miniature squirrels and candy...