Monthly Archives: April, 2016

GroupMe App Review

Inspired by a project conceived at the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon, GroupMe is now a well known app used by thousands. In 2010, founders Jarad...

Jungle Book Review

When I was little, one of the first movies I ever watched was Disney’s The Jungle Book. It was one of my favorite movies...

Leesville Panels Prep Parents for College

As the end of the year draws closer, seniors are beginning to feel the pressure of actually attending college. Finals and AP exams signify...

Sports Medicine and the importance of CPR

Sports Medicine Sports medicine teaches students life long skills. As they continue with the class, students appreciate and understand the importance of the teacher Susan...

Hidden Artist Felly Review

North Carolinians are not as exposed to the popular artist Felly because of is favoring popularity only being in upper New England and California...

Sworkit, the new fitness platform

Sworkit, made from the combination of the saying Simply WORK IT, is a new fitness platform that guarantees a more personalized exercise experience. Working...

Experiencing the Olympic Training Center

The Olympic Training Center is a multi-million dollar facility in a Colorado Spring, Colorado, geared toward promoting swimming at the Olympic level. It offers...

Leesville’s bathrooms are in terrible condition

Anyone attending Leesville Road High School has likely used a bathroom and can thereby attest to the fact that the bathrooms at Leesville are...

FCCLA member goes to Nationals

Soett-Luz Torres, a senior at Leesville Road high school, is an active Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) member. Since her sophomore year,...

Why Boycott School?

Recently I read in a book about the concept of how one must break down the ego in order to move closer to the...

Sophomore Year Too Early to Begin College Search?

As spring break draws to a close, students all over Wake County have made use of their time off. While many spent their time...

Mrs. Bryant employs relaxed teaching style

Mrs. Bryant, formerly Ms. Howard, is a math teacher at Leesville. She graduated from Meredith University in 2012. Her teaching style involves treating students...

The snack that smiles back-with little nutritional value or appeal

As high schoolers, we are still choosing Goldfish crackers over more adult snacks, such as fruit or granola. Ultimately, this is a choice between...

Mr. Terry Butler sets example in entrepreneurship and citizenship

If you have ever walked into the Chick-fil-A in Townridge Square, chances are you have seen Terry Butler, the owner/operator. Whether he is conversing...

Leesville Athletics Receives Facelift

Throughout many years of sporting events, Leesville’s fields and sports apparel have taken a lot cleats, balls, and tackles to the “face”. While we...

Benefits of Becoming Bilingual

“It’s a passion of mine to speak a language. When you have the ability to speak a language, it’s not only being able to...

Free & open learning for the future through Online Education

Throughout the history of the United States and the world, access to education has been limited, traditionally, to those with the money, time, and...

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LRHS Women’s Golf

Spirit Week

Bring SMART Lunch Back

Lights, Camera, Homecoming!

Exchange Students at Leesville

No More Indian Princesses

First Leesville Football Loss

 Model UN at Leesville

iOS Update

Hispanic Heritage Month

Pride Athletic Club Pass

Local Band: Sweet Dream

The Benefits of Music

Balancing a Job During School

The Banned Books Controversy

 Bringing Back Pep Rallies

Test Taking 

 Game Design Academy