Lionsteppers have a long tradition in Searcy that for many years didn’t exist. But, when a former Lionstepper came back to teach here, the team returned. Lionsteppers have been re-established for two years now and continue to prosper and gain support from the community and other students. They practice frequently and relinquishRead More
From the first day of freshman year, high school students are constantly reminded that college is coming and how what they do now will effect their chances of getting into their dream college in four years. Students are fueled by perpetual reminders to join NHS, Student Council, and any other schoolRead More
This video podcast can be downloaded in Vimeo for later viewing. The podcast is a 3-part series prepared by Lion TV to help students with the hard choices and many questions in preparing for the next step after high school.
Ten of Searcy’s athletes went to the cafeteria last week for National Signing Day. Five of these students were from football, four from soccer, and the other was Rhett Raibley from track. “It’s important because it’s like saying I’ve achieved everything that I wanted to achieve in high school; itRead More
While riding around the streets of Sherwood, AR one night, Adam Pate and his cousin were under the influence of drugs, so shooting street signs seemed like a good idea. “I didn’t even know what I was saying,” Pate told his cousin, “I outta shoot myself.” Teenagers do not typically haveRead More
The Refuge youth group hosted a fundraiser for Searcy’s orchestra teacher, Megan Joyner, by working at Chick-Fil-A for “Spirit Night.” “Mrs. Joyner is a wonderful teacher; I just felt like we needed to do something good for her,” said sophomore orchestra member Ashley Pigg. “We cleaned tables, refilled drinks, swept,Read More
Last week’s senior night was a fun and exciting experience but most were surprised how the game ended. “Coming into the game tonight, I was kind of expecting them to lose. So it was exciting when we won,” said senior Molly Wheat. Junior Cassidy Stevens knew the Lions were goingRead More
On the outside, Logan Thomas looks like your everyday seventh grader, but he has a problem talking to his fellow peers to make friendships. One way he tries to overcome this is by making videos on YouTube. “He’s got a ton of videos posted on YouTube. He was telling meRead More