Monthly Archives: January, 2017

Delays in Driver’s Ed Set Back Students

Drivers Education, provided by Jordan Driving School through Wake County, is experiencing more delays after recovering from the shutdown. Wake County Drivers Education was...

Pride finish off Wakefield with a strong second half

Leesville entered Friday night’s matchup against Wakefield with a 2-2 conference record looking to improve their place in the conference standings. The Pride were...

Passengers Review

Looking for a new life, 5,000 passengers go on a 120 year journey to another planet very similar to Earth called Home Base 2....

Hidden Figures Review

“Hidden Figures”, adapted from Margot Lee Shetterly’s true story, is an inspiring, hopeful, and uplifting movie about three African American women who help America...

Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking

As students begin to take harder classes throughout their high school career, they are faced with bigger expectations from teachers. This is includes having...

College Student Panel

Some seniors at Leesville have already begun to prepare for their upcoming college experience as this school year flies past the halfway point. To...

Pride Finish Off Wakefield With Strong Second Half

Leesville entered Friday night’s matchup against Wakefield with a 2-2 conference record looking to improve their place in the conference standings. The Pride were...

Acorn Drop — New Years, 2016

People throughout the United States celebrate New Year's differently, specific to Raleigh is the acorn drop. Between 50,000 and 75,000 people travel to...

The preparations and opinions of the upcoming exams

Wake County exams are set to start January 18, and teachers are feeling the pressure to get assignment grades into PowerSchool. The days leading...

Mainstage Takes On D.C.

Over the Christmas break, Mainstage, Leesville’s honor theatre class traveled to Washington D.C. Day 1 After arriving at the train station where we found out our...

Juniors Prepare for the SAT

  As the second semester of junior year starts, students begin to worry about the SAT, a part of the general college application process. The...

Apple Watch Review

Apple is constantly creating new products to make the lives of their customers more convenient and entertaining. Fortunately for the customers, that’s exactly what...

Pride women’s soccer spring into the season with beginning of workouts

After a long break filled with rest and relaxation, the Pride athletics department ring in the new year by jumping into work on the...

Students prepare for the musical with an audition workshop

With auditions for the spring musical, Bring it On, coming up soon, Katrina Tarson, director and theatre teacher, Tonya Dickens, musical director and chorus...

WCPSS Twitter Readies Itself for Another Winter Episode

In a tradition as timeless and predictable as the season itself, students turn their attention to the WCPSS Twitter account ahead of predictions of...

Local art supply store, out of business

Sitting humbly on South Glenwood Avenue is an art store named Askew-Taylor Paints. The store, after generations of providing Raleigh with art supplies and...

Food Friday: IHOP vs. Waffle House

With no school on the weekends, many Leesville students go out to breakfast with their friends, but the question is where? In the first...

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