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In early August, the AP Psychology ban in Florida caught nationwide attention, sparking conversations on censorship and education. The recent reinstatement has done little to stop the flow of voices from critics, spectators, and affected residents.

Psyched out

Josephine Lim, News Editor | August 17, 2023

When she received her school schedule on Aug. 1, junior Macy Drewry was ecstatic to see AP Psychology listed as her fourth period, a class she had been waiting to take since middle school. Two days later,...

The gender-neutral bathroom, located in the media center, is now open to all students. After the passing of Florida Senate Bill 1674, students may no longer use the bathroom which aligns with their gender identity, leaving transgender students with only one viable bathroom option.

Florida House targets transgender students in recent bills

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief | August 16, 2023

On the first day of school, teachers greet their incoming students with cheerful welcomes and hellos, but now a simple saying of “Good morning, Rob” could get a Florida teacher’s license revoked. On...

Fashion club members made bandanas for goats to showcase their fashion skills. This was their only event of the year.

Fashion club hosts goat fashion show at Alaska Farms

Kailey Calvo, Staff Reporter | May 25, 2023

While most would assume that Fashion Club would showcase their creations with models walking the runway during a traditional fashion show, club founder Emmalys Caamano had a different idea:  Goats.  After...

School threats have seen an increase in recent years, including Seminole County. Administration urges students to understand that these threats are not a joke and have harsh disciplinary consequences.

School threats leave Seminole County on edge

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor | May 18, 2023

School threats have seen a 60% increase nationwide since 2021, 6,000 which were reported to the FBI. This trend was recently seen in Lake Mary after they had an investigation of a school threat that was...

Seniors Alex Popovchi and Sarah Hinnant prepare a meal in Matthew Thompsons second period Culinary IV class. Any student can learn advanced cooking techniques in the summer camp offered by the culinary program this summer.

Culinary announces free summer camp

Sophia Canabal, Features Editor | May 11, 2023

While many students are accustomed to seeing ads for football, basketball or volleyball camps as summer approaches, sports camps will not be the only option  this June.  “Administration came to...

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