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Jumpstart left with three as seniors move on

Jumpstart left with three as seniors move on

News April 30, 2012 at 1:12 PM 0 comments

The Jumpstart is going to be very short handed when the seniors leave this year but they have been working hard the past few to learn the tricks of the trade. “Well , we have been working in the control rooms and we’ve also been learning how to line edit, andRead More

Journalism students win big at convention

Journalism students win big at convention

News April 20, 2012 at 5:17 PM 0 comments

Lion TV and Lion Press earned top honors as All Arkansas schools at the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association convention for newspaper, broadcasting,and yearbook students in Rogers, AR. This year 28 Searcy High School students traveled to the convention. Emily Ladd was named Yearbook Editor of the year and Forrest DaleRead More

Watch Lion TV on U.S. Education TV!

Watch Lion TV on U.S. Education TV!

News April 17, 2012 at 11:14 AM 0 comments

All of our Jumpstart and Lion TV episodes are hosted by and available for viewing at this link and the links following. Lion TV Episodes Jumpstart Episodes  

Spanish, French students celebrate culture

Spanish, French students celebrate culture

News April 6, 2012 at 9:04 AM 0 comments

Each year the week before spring break is celebrated as “Foreign Language Week”  by Spanish and French students with many activities. “I learned a long time ago that whatever I teach in the week before spring break I have to reteach,” Lori Nielsen, Spanish teacher said. “So we decided toRead More

Juniors challenge last years’ exam scores

Juniors challenge last years’ exam scores

News April 5, 2012 at 1:56 PM 0 comments

Juniors had a big challenge this year to beat out the high scores of last year’s junior class on the literacy exam. So when the test was over in March, the students and teachers breathed a sigh of relief. English teacher, Darlene Stewart was pleased with their effort. “They did great,”Read More

Gentry takes non-traditional route to teaching

Gentry takes non-traditional route to teaching

News April 5, 2012 at 1:39 PM 0 comments

Ty Gentry is a student teacher for English teacher Sherri Farhat. “Ty Gentry is my student teacher this year from Harding University and right now he is teaching a novel called ‘Unwind’,” said Mrs. Farhat. Gentry is not a regular student who left high school to go right to college.Read More

Geometry students prep for end of course test

Geometry students prep for end of course test

News April 5, 2012 at 1:24 PM 0 comments

Toward the end of the every school year, geometry students are busy getting ready for the end of course test. “I try to give the students practice tests at least a month before the actual EOC tests,” says geometry teacher Diana Beaty. Students feel as of guidance it helps themRead More

Lion TV wins $10,000 at convention

Lion TV wins $10,000 at convention

News March 17, 2012 at 11:55 AM 0 comments

Lion TV took home two $5,000 checks as winners at the STN Convention that wrapped up March 24 in Dallas. The team won the awards in a contest sponsored by U.S. Education TV. “We are elated,” Jacki Romey, Lion TV adviser said. “This will make live production a reality forRead More

Lion TV can be viewed on new smart phone app

Lion TV can be viewed on new smart phone app

News March 17, 2012 at 11:44 AM 0 comments

Lion TV stories and shows can be seen on a new app that is available for iPhone and Android smart phones. U.S. Education TV, an online streaming service for high schools around the U.S. has developed the app that allows users to pick a school and view content. “We areRead More

Freshmen present science projects

Freshmen present science projects

News March 11, 2012 at 1:58 PM 0 comments

During the annual science night, that the physical science classes put on, parents and students came out to admire and learn about science projects. “Science night is basically whenever a bunch of people come together with partners and make a project and display of what they’ve studied to explain toRead More