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Cyber-bulling affects students

Cyber-bulling affects students

About, Community, Features, News, Opinion and Blogs April 9, 2015 at 1:24 pm 0 comments

Teenagers spend and average of 31 hours a week online. Some teens spend there time researching things, playing online games and even chatting with friends and family. Then there are some teens who are putting the internet to a more negative use such as, cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is bullying thatRead More

Spanish students reach out to their community

Spanish students reach out to their community

A & E, About, Community, Features, News March 12, 2015 at 1:50 pm 0 comments

Learning a new language is said to be one of the toughest things a person can do. Advanced Spanish students are taking it one step further. Their teacher, Mrs. Nielsen, for the past ten years has asked her students to teach the language, and it is not to anyone inRead More

Yuda Bands

Yuda Bands

Community, News March 10, 2015 at 1:57 pm 0 comments

FCCLA, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, have been supporting a cause  to help provide teens in Guatemala pursue their dreams in education. Thanks to the generosity of Searcy High students, fifteen year old, Alejandra Estrada now has the opportunity to go to college and become a teacher forRead More

FCA’s First Meeting of the Year

FCA’s First Meeting of the Year

News, Sports September 11, 2014 at 2:04 pm 0 comments

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) had their first meeting on August 28. FCA has been in commission since 1954. Their mission is to volunteer in the community and help others. All of the new and old FCA members are looking forward to the upcoming year to see what all theyRead More

End of course testing signals end of school year

End of course testing signals end of school year

News May 22, 2014 at 1:39 pm 0 comments

While the end of the school year approaches, many students are working harder than ever on their final challenge of the year. End of Course testing is occurring in Searcy High School as the year draws to a close. “I am shooting for A’s on every test,” said sophomore ColtonRead More

Juniors finally become seniors, ‘Class of 2015′

Juniors finally become seniors, ‘Class of 2015′

News May 13, 2014 at 2:01 pm 0 comments

As the seniors have moved on, many juniors have different opinions on how they feel about moving up.  Some juniors aren’t really sure how they feel. “It’s kind of scary, because it’s reality setting in we only have one more year left,”said Sarah Thomas. The juniors are anxious yet cannotRead More

Substitute teacher finds positive influences

Substitute teacher finds positive influences

News May 7, 2014 at 1:30 pm 0 comments

There is one substitute teacher here who has been positively affected by her past teachers. “When I was in elementary school, my second, third, and fifth grade teachers pretty much treatedme like I was their grandkid and just were really caring and sweet and genuinely concerned with my education andRead More

FFA students participate, celebrate week of fun

FFA students participate, celebrate week of fun

News April 29, 2014 at 6:49 pm 0 comments

FFA Week is a national event that occurs in high schools across the country. “FFA Week is a week out of the year to celebrate the National FFA organization throughout the country,” said FFA teacher Addison Safley. “Every chapter from every state uses this week to recognize and celebrate ourRead More

Journalism, yearbook students win big at convention

Journalism, yearbook students win big at convention

News April 29, 2014 at 1:13 pm 0 comments

The Arkansas Scholastic Press Association (ASPA) holds a convention every year and schools from all over the state attend this event. The students left April 13 and came back to Searcy April 15. “This is an annual event for yearbook, newspaper, broadcast, literary magazines with contest and sessions,” said journalism andRead More

Students participate in prayer circle during lunch

Students participate in prayer circle during lunch

News April 12, 2014 at 1:49 pm 0 comments

For the last couple of weeks, a group of students in first lunch have been doing something you would not normally see in a high school. “Having a lot of people praying in front of everybody, showing that we love Jesus is what the prayer circle stands for,” said seniorRead More