Does A Size Matter?

So I was assigned to do a project that meant something to me or something interesting. I wanted to find the answer to the question, “Does a size matter?” Does being a size zero matter? Does it matter if you are short or tall? I went around to find different people and ask what is... Continue Reading →

The Vietnam War: What was it?

By: Glen McGuire and James Chiles The Vietnam War was a very brutal and horrible war that lasted for a very long time. It lasted for 19 years and ended on April 30th, 1975 just as the cold war started to heat up. The Vietnam war was fought between North Vietnam and South Vietnam with... Continue Reading →

Golden Nights

Music boomed and some smooth dance moves were attempted on Friday, September 28th, when the 7th and 8th Graders held their fall dance. The dance was located in Melech from 7:00-9:30. Sponsored and run by NJHS, the profits of the dance were raised to support the Children's Oncology Group. The Children's Oncology Group works to... Continue Reading →

What Teachers Do For Us!

In the feature image above, 9th grader Kaitlyn Riordan studies hard, but with a smile on her face!   Teachers do many things for us that we take for granted. So, next time your about to give sass to a teacher, remember they're here because they choose to teach the young minds of the future,... Continue Reading →

Insider Report: Homecoming Week

Good Afternoon loyal readers! Our President, Ethan Lomio of the Student Council, recently spoke about future plans, council drama, and himself! Tune in next week for the report on those, but today we’ll be talking about Homecoming Week. Homecoming Week this year will include the following in chronological order by day: Meme Monday Twin Tuesday... Continue Reading →

Where Bonds Are Made…

Retreats, something very unique to Academy at the Lakes. Not many other schools have this, so what is it? Going on retreat, to Academy, is a time for students to bond with each other and make new friends. It’s like an “ice-breaker” for the beginning of the year. Abigail Wicker, a new 7th grader, says... Continue Reading →

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