The Growl

Darling’s classroom vs the field

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

October 31, 2018

As soon as the bell rings, students are preparing for the next 90 minutes. With their materials in hand, they huddle to discuss the game plan, then practice both inside and outside of school. Constantly learning new things and strateg...

Hawkins’ goals for first year as AP

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

September 26, 2018

Freshman AP Vincent Hawkins went from working at the bank in his three piece suit to strolling down the hallway in his suit with a big smile, waiving to every student he sees. Hawkins is a new staff member who had a career change from banki...

AVID makes applying for college easier

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2018

Junior year is coming to a close and the college-orientated group, AVID is preparing its students for what’s to come in the upcoming year. The college application process is scary but the AVID students are being provided ...

Literature Club, space for minds to roam

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018

Flexible meetings are held every Tuesday for all students who love to read and write. Whether it be poetry short story, novel or biography, the Literature Club welcomes any new members willing to join. Originally, Literatur...

First year in theatre, wins Best Actor

May 7, 2018

Taking risks, trying new things and learning about your new interests, despite the fear of failure, is important. Instead of being afraid of doing something as time consuming as theatre, or hanging out with new people, one of our...

Inside LEO

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

May 3, 2018

Students walk through a metal detector into a threadbare building with off-white walls and harsh fluorescent lights. Nothing but the sound of footsteps is heard as students walk in stick straight lines with their heads down to ...

Mia Mohler’s nationals journey

Lily Villarreal, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2018

The room was filled with piercing eye contact from the crowd. Anticipation was building higher and higher waiting for the starting whistle-everyone on the edge of their seat-watching and waiting who will walk away with a win. ...

From first to third world living

Hannah Stedman, Editor

February 21, 2018

On a trip to Costa Rica with Young Life International, Spanish teacher Joe Haus learned a new language, found a passion in teaching and built a family. Haus applied to go to Russia with Young Life wanting to use his knowledge o...

Mackenzie James goes green

February 21, 2018

If someone looks at the list of clubs and extracurriculars at our school, chances are sophomore Makenzie James is in most of them. James is an extremely active student. She balances a shocking total of six clubs and all adv...

February is more than the month for love

Lizzy Nguyen, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

The Student Council dedicated the first week of February to heart month, coating the school in red and making the awareness known to students all around campus. Heart Month is the month of February, as said by the American He...

Sing until you scream

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2018

Last week, our first musical “Little Shop of Horrors” was brought to the stage. When the curtains opened to the unique set, the audience anxiously awaited the first note. The opening song began and the set came to life in a f...

A coach’s impact

Claribelle Yao, Staff Reporter

December 21, 2017

Sports don’t always rely on how you play the game. The coach-athlete support structure needs to be strong. For that to happen, a coach has to teach the students how to impact the world positively. Jordan Ramey, the hea...

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