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Sophomore Shawn Chansipaeng displays two commonly owned calculators that are accepted by the College Board. On the left, Chansipaeng holds the TI-84 Plus CE calculator, and on the right, he has the TI-30XS Multiview in hand. Photo by Sarah Treusch

A One-Stop Shop for PSAT Information 2020

Sarah Treusch, News/Sports Editor September 17, 2020

Student registration for the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) opened Aug. 12 and closes Sept. 27. The exam will be held on Oct. 14, and for students not taking the PSAT, that day will be an online learning day....

Though she does not traditionally love Hallmark movies, Lilly Marker absolutely adores the Christmas season and spending time with her family. Her sister, Trinity Marker, evidently does as well!

New Hallmark Christmas Movie: A Snowy Christmas!

Sarah Treusch, Staff Writer December 12, 2019

The Hallmark Channel released its new Christmas original, “A Snowy Christmas!” which can be found on Wisney -, Netmix, Julu and various other streaming networks. The captivating film stars Janey...

Business degrees are currently the most sought after job in America currently, taking about 39% of the demand.

How To Choose Your College Major

Marvin Cruz, Staff Writer May 7, 2019

If you intend to earn a professional degree after High School, you will probably need certain courses or prerequisites Some colleges ask you to list your expected major on your college application--although...

The North Forsyth choir singers gear up for show night! They can’t wait for their chance to grace the stage.

Stars of NFHS Choir

Katie Harrill, Staff Writer April 23, 2019

Have you ever been to a choir concert here at NFHS? Maybe choral music isn’t your vibe? Well now there is a chance for you to view some of the school’s choral students as they perform all kinds of...

Students, when filling out an IE2 application, are allowed to pick a maximum of three classes to exempt senior year. They may choose 1st, 5th, 6th or 7th periods.

Why Seniors Should NOT Take IE2 Before College

Marvin Cruz, Staff Writer March 28, 2019

Senior year is the last hurdle before students go off to participate in college, and most students wish to take it easy for their last year of high school. One of the options that rising seniors have is...

It is time for Generation Z to take a stand and change our image. One person can make a difference, but together we can change the world.

Generation Z: Generation Z Faces A Dilemma; Stay the Same, or Change the World

Katie Harrill, Staff Writer February 28, 2019

Each generation has their own set of strengths and weaknesses that can be traced back to them. Somehow Generation Z, or our current generation,  has been linked to a larger list of weaknesses than past...

Phones and text messages have taken the place of conversation and face-to-face communication. We now speak through our phones, and confrontation has become something to fear.

The Art of Conversation

Katie Harrill, Staff Writer January 31, 2019

It is sad, really. It is sad that for us, the act of conversing with someone is a scary thought. Instead of actually speaking face to face, we would prefer cowering behind the safety of our screens. We...

Alliance Academy for Innovation Defeats North Forsyth In First JV Academic Team

Cassidee Jackson, Staff Writer November 1, 2018

Alliance Academy won against North Forsyth (350-110) on October 1 in the first Junior Varsity Academic Team match of the fall season. Both teams competed professionally during the hour-long competition...

September Students of the Month from left-right: Michal Gugliotta, Anna Schwaemmle, Tyler Hogan, Savannah Steele, Braden Randolph, James Howell, Raicheal Havins, and Will Murray.

September Raider Students of the Month Recognized

Holley Murray, Staff Writer September 16, 2016

Eight hard-working Raiders were honored during Instructional Focus this Wednesday as the September students of the month! One student was nominated by teachers for each department. Criteria for selection...

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