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The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

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Yay! a 200 square foot gift shop, carries local artisan products, as well as best sellers like Jellycat plushes. Yay is open from 11am-7pm Tuesday-Saturday with a maximum of 4 customers in the space at a time.

Setting Up Shop: Ivanhoe Village

Kailey Calvo, Staff Reporter | May 2, 2023

On my latest trek, I visited Ivanhoe Village, an area I am familiar with and didn’t think much of. However, I was pleasantly surprised with the number of unique shopping opportunities unlike any...

The prescription drug Accutane provides many with cleared skin but has its share of severe side effects. While many found the drug to be beneficial to their skin, side effects such as dry lips, nosebleeds and even anemia made it hard to outweigh the negatives.

Let me be clear

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor | April 25, 2023

Starting his morning routine, John* washes off his tretinoin cream from the night before with his salicylic acid cleanser. Walking out of the bathroom, he grabs a prescription box that contains red pills—the...

As the school is seeing a rising interest in Dual Enrollment classes, specially from rising freshman and sophomore. What have been the experiences of upperclassmen when taking DE or AP courses.

Duel it out

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor | April 12, 2023

Students searching for college credit and bumped up GPAs are faced with an important decision: should they choose AP or dual enrollment classes? In recent years, dual enrollment has become a more popular...

Getting pulled over can be a scary and frightening experience for young drivers, but with the right knowledge, it can be a smooth experience.

Panic mode

Ava West, Sports Editor | April 6, 2023

Sophomore Elena Hill was driving a golf cart when the brakes stopped working. She was coming up to a stop sign and had a decision to make: run the stop sign or get hit by a car. She chose the first option,...

In Seminole County, eight books have been pulled from shelves for themes of rape, sexual slavery and masturbation. Two are removed indefinitely while the rest are under review, awaiting the district offices permission to set up parental consent areas in the library.

House Bill 1467 sparks controversy over “book bans”

Janell Lim, Online Editor | March 30, 2023

In March 2022, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Florida House Bill 1467 into law, requiring school districts to be “transparent in the selection of instructional materials.” For Moms of Liberty Seminole Chapter...

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