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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...

In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

In-state colleges that provide an affordable education

Grahm Staib, Writer

April 15, 2020

According to Michigan Radio, the average college graduate in Michigan finishes with over $30,000 in student loan debts. For students that are worried about finishing school in debt, there are options for high school students in Michigan to reduce these costs through in-state community colleges and universi...

Fenton High building embarks on 50th anniversary

Andrea Elsholz, Features Editor

September 18, 2019

Fifty years ago, the last set of graduates were handed their diploma at the Ellen Street campus and a new building was christened Fenton High. As the new building embarks on its fiftieth anniversary, community members are coming together to celebrate. “A lot of visitors come to the building; they can’t believe ...

Students dress as Latino gang members, teacher on administrative leave

Superintendent Adam Hartley speaks with a reporter on Friday, May 17.

Gracie Warda and Tyler Soule

May 21, 2019

Taking inspiration from a “Key and Peele” episode, some members of the class of 2019 dressed as Latino gang members, often called “Cholos,” on May 16. These students, along with one teacher (whose identifying information is not being released), are now under investigation by the administrati...