Monthly Archives: September, 2018

The Importance of AP World History

LRHS offers a selection of classes with a variety of difficulty levels ranging from academic to honors to AP. Students choose classes that they...

2018 Spirit Week

Spirit Week is fast approaching for Leesville Road High School and is set to commence in the first week of October. Monday is designated...

Does Working During the School Year Affect Student Performance?

Being a high schooler has become relatively more expensive, as upperclassmen gain the privilege to eat off campus during lunch and have their own...

After 17 years, We Will Never Forget

Seventeen years after the tragedy, America is still shaken up from those planes that hit the Titan Towers and Pentagon. The amount of lives...

Pride rolls to victory vs Southeast Raleigh

On Monday, September 24, Leesville Men’s Soccer Team (6-4-1, 3-1 CAP-7) looked to continue their winning streak against Southeast Raleigh, coming off a win...

Leesville’s Orchestra

In a crowded room with forty students inside, beautiful harmonies come streaming into the hallway. The look of focus on the student’s faces show...

What is ‘Red4EdNC’?

‘Red4EdNC’ may just look like a jumble of letters and numbers; however, it represents a teacher organization in which teachers and supporters wear red...

Tardies: Should Students Be Excused for Morning Athletic Practices?

Students who play sports and have morning practices as a part of their athletic schedule are penalized for being late to school after their...

Senior Privileges

Senior year has begun for Leesville Road High School’s class of 2019. As the students kick off their final year at Leesville, they can...

Real ID in North Carolina

Throughout the school year at Leesville, many students make the horrid trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles to test for their driver’s permit...

Finding Christ Through the Rise Up Effect

Many times, when the words ‘Jesus’ and ‘camp’ are associated together, there are often more negative than positive connotations attached to the words. Some...

Following the class of 2021 into Sophomore year

One year ago the class of 2021 reflected on their first days of high school. With their freshman year under their belt, they are...

AP Summer Work: Why It Is Necessary

The bane of many student’s vacations, summer work is a staple for nearly half of all advanced placement (AP) courses at Leesville Road High....

James Bunton: Aspiring Medieval Blacksmith

Everyone has their hobbies. Some people like sports, some like knitting, and some people like to spend their weekend forging weapons. James Bunton, a...

Foreign Language Classes and the Future

Today, a total of 7,106 languages are spoken around the world. At Leesville, students have the opportunity to learn three of them. The two...

Yo, Vikings!: What is it?

School is back in session, and with it the theater department is getting ready to start their fall season. Similar to one of last...

Preparing for Florence

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Leesville Takes the Student Section Seriously

As summer comes to an end, football season at Leesville is beginning again. As the weather starts to cool off, the excitement from the...

Ciao from Italy and Spain!

Imagine a gorgeous landscape, with towering churches and open air markets along with endless cultural festivities and gorgeous beaches. Spain and Italy are the...

Chess Club In Action

Chess Club is a new organization to Leesville Road High School inspirited by Jonah Gronstein. Gronstein is the president of the club, trying to...

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