The Roar

Special education teacher Bill Cheney is grateful for the students in his classroom.

Theres a lot to be grateful for:

KennedyRose Stiver June 19, 2024

Dedicated to her work within the SCHS Wellness Center, Wellness Associate Lauri Masey has found an appreciation for her connections made with students as well as those in her personal life. “I’m...

With the help of various study techniques, many students find better success in learning new topics and preparing for tests.

Study smarter, not harder

Julia Daroczi May 28, 2024

Many students get anxious before and while taking tests. SCHS staff and students, however, suggested strategies, such as active recall, spaced repetition, organized study routines and asking friends for...

As one reporter nears the end of her senior year of high school, she reflects on moving on to the next stages of her life.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Natalie Smith May 6, 2024

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is the question I knew better when I was a kid than I do now. Back then, I wanted to be a veterinarian until I realized I had to see animals on the brink...

Despite low participation in the yearbook, some seniors value school events like BOTC for the class to come together.

Seniors lack class spirit as the year comes to an end

James Kepner April 17, 2024

Through rallies, dress-up days, homecoming and Battle of the Classes, seniors have the opportunity to embrace the epitome of high school: class spirit. Although these events produce fun memories, most...

For many students, off-campus relationships are a rewarding experience, despite the struggle to maintain them.

Students discuss their hardships with maintaining off-campus friendships

Eduardo Ramos April 13, 2024

Sharing classes and sharing a campus often calls for intimacy within friends. Being able to see each other everyday at school and after seems to keep friendships nourished. Students on campus who cannot...

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