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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

Nadia Knoblauch

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-chief

Nadia Knoblauch is a senior at Hagerty High School and this is her third year on staff. Nadia has strong passions for journalism and activism, serving as the Vice Chair of Communications for the Florida Scholastic Press Association and Florida Coalition Leader for the United Nations’ Girl Up Initiative. She was named FSPA's Emerging Young Journalist in 2022 and hopes to study Political Science and Journalism in college.
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Head coach David Attaway explains the next drill to the girls at tryouts. Focusing on the basics of the game, Attaway must teach the team proper plays and strategies before their game against Oviedo on Feb. 20.

Girls flag football kicks off

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief
February 2, 2024
Haibels military service flag, U.S. Verteran hat and a photo of him on a boat sit on the welcome table for his Celebration of Life service. Haibels memories with his family and friends were shared at the event through photos and storytelling.

Remembering Chuck Haibel

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief
February 1, 2024
Since its opening in 2005, Hagerty has had noticeable shifts in student demographics. Despite these changes, the most impactful development that staff have recognized is the increase in awareness and inclusion among students.

Changing times

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief
November 27, 2023
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[Photo] Christin Smith

November 7, 2023
Students celebrate at a 2022 pep rally. Due to poor weather and lost class-time, adminsitration decided to postpone the first pep rally of the year.

Pep rally canceled due to weather

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief
September 13, 2023
On Aug. 8, wildfires spread across the island of Maui, leaving at least 1,100 residents missing and 115 reported dead. Due to poor preparation and warnings from Mauis Emergency Management Agency, the casualties beg the question, How should our government better prevent environmental hazards?

Fired Up: Wildfires in Maui

Nadia Knoblauch, Editor-in-Chief
August 25, 2023
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
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.

Menstrual education is necessary, period

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
April 13, 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.

Making it to the big leagues

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
February 22, 2023
Junior Preston Rupert plays the trumpet during the All-State jazz band performance on Friday, Jan. 13. Rupert played first chair on trumpet and this was his fifth year in the band.

All-State band tunes student interest

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
January 17, 2023
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[Photo] Kailey Calvo

January 6, 2023

Winter Week

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
December 16, 2022
Freshman John Lee plays his clarinet at the annual Rhapsody show on Dec. 2. The clarinet section played a student arrangement of Running Up that Hill.

Annual Rhapsody tunes into holiday season

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
December 12, 2022
Mod and Sim students work in Maya to find the dimensions of an object.  The understanding of dimensions allows for an accurate model to be done on the program.

[Photo] With emphasis

Greta Carrasco, Opinions Editor
December 7, 2022

Listen to the music, not the man

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
November 2, 2022
Junior Joelle Jackson and senior Kylie Sheplan go over plans for rehearsal on Oct. 25. Theater students were able to join crews by signing up with direcotr Jamaal Solomon, or applying to be a crew leader.

Purebred Productions debuts “Pygmalion”

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
October 26, 2022
Hispanic-Latin Student Union president Stefany Rios speaks to the members. The union had its first meeting on Monday, Oct. 10 in the media center.

New Hispanic-Latin Student Union holds first meeting

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
October 12, 2022

[Video] Band Behind the Scenes: Short

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
October 5, 2022
Junior Dylan Severance takes a BeReal photo for junior William Carr. As the photo is taken, both the front and back cameras are used to capture both students in the post.

Let’s BeReal

Nadia Knoblauch, News & Multimedia Editor
September 23, 2022
Band is at practice.

Behind the Scenes: Band’s Beatles Show

Nadia Knoblauch, News and Multimedia Editor
September 15, 2022
Political signs for state representative and county commissioner candidates stand on the side of Lockwood Blvd. In order to show good faith and abide by state law, all candidates’ signs must be removed within 30 days of being elected to office, being eliminated from the race or withdrawing their candidacy.

Students get involved in Florida primaries

Nadia Knoblauch, News & Multimedia Editor
August 30, 2022
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