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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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There are many new courses being introduced for the 2024-2025 school year. One of those courses is Photojournalism, which will give students the opportunity to practice their photography skills.

New photojournalism class scheduled for coming school year

Ava Strzalko, Staff Reporter | February 5, 2024

0.5 photos with friends. Perfectly posed senior portraits. Sports photos that capture the winning moment in a snapshot—photography is a part of our everyday lives, whether we realize it or not. If taking...

Parking reinforcement has been on the rise since the start of the semester. School security guard D.J. Harris checks for vehicles with fake or without parking passes.

School heightens parking reinforcement

Greta Carrasco, Online editor | January 24, 2024

Senior Ivy Browning had finished all her classes and was about to go home when she noticed a white note on her windshield: a warning from the school for unauthorized parking. “I saw [the warning]...

Leadership student Amya Waters holds a donut in the air during Club Carnival. The game was one of several sponsored by student government and clubs for the inaugural event.

Leadership organizes first club carnival

Lillie Overton, Staff Reporter | January 23, 2024

As senior Jalynn White and her friends walked through the courtyard, she felt surprised by the crowds of people in the usually open space. Upon closer inspection, she discovered the leadership-led club...

Junior Elleigh Ackerman poses as a Soccer Mom next to the Rivalry Week sign. She loved dressing up with her friends and coordinating her outfits.

Rivalry Week sets up for basketball versus Oviedo

Gabriella Navarro, Features Editor | January 23, 2024

Walking down the school hallways, costumes of magical fairies, fraternity guys, expectant mothers and grilling dads all headed to class. But why was everyone dressed so strangely? For the boys basketball...

Black Student Union social media manager Leah Chery answers a question during the Dr. King Celebrations scholar bowl. Hagertys BSU faced off with the Oviedo High School chapter, winning and taking home a prize of $300.

Dr. King celebration highlights black excellence in Oviedo community

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief | January 18, 2024

“Justice, Freedom, and Equality for All.” The City of Oviedo’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration showcased these qualities of life through food, fashion, history and community on Jan. 15....

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