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Despite the prevalence of certain activities, some students are still unable to find their calling. These are classes approved to be taught in Texas public high schools that, if offered here, could encourage students to explore their hobbies and passions.

Expanding education

Story by Stephanie Jumper, feature editor January 20, 2021

If there’s one thing that separates our school from the many districts of Texarkana, it’s its undeniably intimidating size. However, as one grows more comfortable roaming these endless hallways, they...

Photo Illustration by Sophie Spakes

What I wish I knew before turning in my choice sheet

Story by Phoebe Neff, staff writer March 13, 2020

The academic advisors are, to say the least, incredible and helpful women dedicated to guiding you through your highschool career. Unfortunately though, students will occasionally find it difficult to...

Determining success outside of a class

Determining success outside of a class

Story by Jenny Gonzales, staff writer April 13, 2018

When my sister was about to start middle school, I remember telling her to be in all Pre-AP STEM classes because they were better than regular. At the moment I was in Stem Pre-AP. I remember telling her...

The students enrolled in the Holocaust and Human Rights class traveled in spring 2017 to the Little Rock Nine Monument to relive the infamous day when 1,200 members of the U.S. Armys 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell, Kentucky,escorted nine African-American students into Central High School in Little Rock, AR, on Sept. 24, 1957. Submitted photo

Knowledge is power

Story by Joseph Rodgers, news editor March 12, 2018

Lay your foot on Little Rock Central High School, where American soldiers escorted nine African-American students into an all-white high school as a test of Brown v. Board of Education in 1957. Meet one...

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