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Up and coming mathematician

Up and coming mathematician

Mia Pollock, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

In a sea full of seniors, one sophomore stands out. Carter Moses has found solace in the most complex of equations, which has led to him being the sole 10th grade student in AP Calculus. Moses’ advanced...

Slater soars to administration

Slater soars to administration

Olivia Wright, Editor September 13, 2021

Though many LPCSC staff members have retired or moved around this school year, there is one educator who teachers and students are glad to see in the hallways still- Mr. Slater. Formerly a history teacher...

The First Amendment and Its Effects on Students Inside Schools

The First Amendment and Its Effects on Students Inside Schools

Amelia Hall, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

According to the US Constitution, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or...

Hunt hikes up to assistant principal

Hunt hikes up to assistant principal

Olivia Wright, Editor September 1, 2021

Though LPHS is undergoing many changes regarding teachers and staff, there is one staff member who has remained constant throughout the years: Mrs. Jennifer Hunt.  After starting out as the newspaper...

Lute-Brown touches heart and minds

Lute-Brown touches heart and minds

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer June 7, 2021

La Porte schools have been fortunate to have a staff of amazing educators who genuinely care about and love their jobs. Mrs. Lute-Brown, English teacher at LPHS, has consistently shown her adoration for...

AP Literature survival guide

AP Literature survival guide

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

As the juniors begin their senior year, one class might already have them stressed out: AP Literature. I am here to assure them that everything will be alright. As an AP Literature survivor, here are my...

McGuire to leave LPHS

McGuire to leave LPHS

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

Beloved English teacher Mrs. McGuire is leaving LaPorte High School after six years to teach at Penn High School.  Wanting to spend more time with her daughter, McGuire made the tough decision to transfer...

Envirothon places fourth at state

Envirothon places fourth at state

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

LPHS’s Envirothon team placed fourth at the virtual state competition. This year has been unlike any other in terms of how the competitions are held, but the team persisted nonetheless.  The small...

LPHS names valedictorians, salutatorian

LPHS names valedictorians, salutatorian

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

LaPorte High School announced Sophie Sorg and Jill Maudlin as co-valedictorians and Laramie Lilly as salutatorian.  Being completely tied for the spot, Sorg and Maudlin both had 145 points for the...

Hardesty opens young eyes to science

Hardesty opens young eyes to science

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

Science is an interactive and immersive subject to learn about. The pandemic has brought challenges to students learning about the subject and even more roadblocks to the teachers educating and creating...

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