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The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

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Junior Alena Pezzoli moves chairs around in the new safe space on campus. Ali’s Hope is a student-driven nonprofit organization which focuses on high school students’ mental wellness.
New safe space for students on-campus
Julia Sumpter, Print Editor | February 6, 2023

When junior Alena Pezzoli first heard about Ali’s Hope, a group working to improve teen mental health, she was eager to be a part.  “I liked the idea of giving students more opportunities for growth...

Best Buddies holds first kickball game
Best Buddies holds first kickball game
Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor | February 3, 2023

After months of scorching heat, stifling humidity and monstrous hurricanes, Best Buddies members are finally able to step foot outside, taking advantage of Florida’s mild winter weather.  On Dec. 28,...

Girl Up secretary Jazlyn Compton recieves the products donated for the menstrual drive. The donation box can be found in Mrs. Duncans room, 3-204, where any students can bring in tampons, pads or liners
Girl Up organizes menstrual drive
Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor | January 30, 2023

One in five girls miss school due to their periods. This is not because of major mood swings or period cramps—it is simply because they cannot afford menstrual products.  To combat “period poverty,”...

Senior Jasmyne Johnston, freshman Zenthani Wilson and frehsman Suriyah Ali work on an assignment during sixth period African American Studies class. The honors class was offered for the first time in 2022-23, and an AP level class was scheduled to be offered in all Seminole County high schools next year, but the state denied the course.
AP African American Studies rejected
Rachelle English, Staff Reporter | January 27, 2023

When senior Verona Hall first found out that African American Studies would be offered as an AP course, she was delighted. However, those hopes were dashed as the state of Florida rejected the AP African...

OASA Winter Ball connects Asian community
OASA Winter Ball connects Asian community
Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor | January 23, 2023

Glistening lights, a duck-filled pond and wisteria flowers marked the entrance of the ballroom. Students gathered around the outside area of the venue wearing various types of traditional clothing...

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