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The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

Areli Smith

Areli Smith, Staff Illustrator

Areli Smith is a senior at Hagerty High School and this is her fourth year in digital design. She has always been drawn to illustration which led her to getting involved in creating illustrations for HHS Blueprint. Her passions for art are shown with her membership in National Art Honor society and her involvement in multiple murals around the school.

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Afro

[Photo] Why black hair matters

Isaiah Macri, Staff Reporter
March 8, 2024
For many students, physical education credits are just another task on their to-do list for graduation. However, PE is a necessary class for students to encourage healthy habits for later in life.

[Photo] PE—pretty essential

Bushra Rashid, Journalism 1
February 14, 2024
This year, bill HB-1 intends to restrict social media use by preventing children under 16 from creating or maintaining accounts. Teens use social media for a considerable amount of their communication and information; taking it away would be extremely detrimental to the social interaction and productivity of younger generations.

[Photo] Social media is not Satan

Lia Miller, Opinions Editor
January 25, 2024
Girls across the U.S. get their periods, but those in Florida wont be able to learn about them. On Feb. 22, HB 1069 was filed, restricting health and sexual education for those under sixth grade, including period education.

[Photo] Menstrual education is necessary, period

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
April 13, 2023
In todays society, it girl culture has taken over the way people express themselves. Currently at the center of everyones attention is tiktoker Alix Earle.

[Photo] The royalty of social media

Madi Denizard, Staff Reporter
February 28, 2023
Many students think of Ivy Leagues as an out of reach dream only few can obtain. However, Hagerty alumni share that Ivy Leagues do not fit this perfect concept we imagine.

[Photo] Making it to the big leagues

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
February 22, 2023
Just Joshin is a humor column by staff reporter Joshua Krob that mocks aspects of school life.

[Photo] Just Joshin: Lot of headaches

Joshua Krob, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2022
purple hair

[Photo] A breath of fresh hair

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
February 18, 2022
As changes were made by the state and school, multiple honors classes have been cut. This leaves many students feeling as though the available options for next year are either too rigorous or not challenging enough.

[Photo] Running out of options

Nadia Knoblauch, Staff Reporter
February 4, 2022
With over 100 different types of cancer, many people are not aware of them. By creating more ways to recognize and support other cancers, we can spread awareness.

[Photo] Raising awareness

Angelica Mendez, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2021
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