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  • SwetFeatIm
    Insert clever column name here; Hello!
    Posted in: Columns, Miscellaneous, Views (Opinion)

    Robert Swetlic ’16 Editor-In-Chief When I flip through the pages of old Lancers, I am always impressed by the monthly columns that the Editors would write. I personally it difficult to write a column for The Lancer every semester! But I’m going to try, and I can’t promise that they’ll always be on time, but [...]

  • Big Shot: November 17-21
    Posted in: Big Shots, Media

    To encourage students to study and prepare for the ACT, Principal Carmen Kennedy held an assembly to recognize seniors who scored an 18 or higher on the ACT last year. Kennedy uses the assembly as an incentive for students to take the test seriously. Brianna Pope ‘15 was invited to the podium to share some [...]

  • NovCovWeb
    November Cover Story
    Posted in: Detail (Feature), Miscellaneous

    The cover story for November is so huge, we had to break it down into multiple parts! Click on any of the links below to be taken to one of the parts of this huge story! College programs at the high school encourage students to start earning credits now By Gillian Skiba ’18 | Staff [...]

  • District officials discuss bond roll out
    Posted in: Current (News)

    Students and community anxious to see projects begin  Alyssa McNamara ’16 Assistant Editor  Students, parents, and staff were beyond thrilled in late August when the bond proposal for South Lake Schools was passed. However since then a question many people have been asking is, when will we start to see improve- ments taking place? “We [...]

  • Editorial: More than a number
    Posted in: Editorials, Views (Opinion)

    ACT, SAT, MEAP, GPA, NWEA, WorkKeys, class rank, composite score, and Smarter Balance. All of these things are assessments that are used to give students a number. And each number signifies something slightly different on the scale of testable intelligence. But the problem is that students are more than just their scores. With the Class [...]

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