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Burley recovers after serious accident

Burley recovers after serious accident

News October 14, 2011 at 1:45 PM 0 comments

Three teenagers from Searcy High School were involved  in a high impact car crash in August but, miraculously Emily Burley survived  along with everyone else. “We started spinning and swerving all over the road  and there was a  car that was coming and they didn’t  have time to stop soRead More

Band takes best in class at Cabot marching competition

Band takes best in class at Cabot marching competition

News October 13, 2011 at 2:09 PM 0 comments

 Searcy High School band throughout the year, represents the school in many competitions and contests. One of the first contest the band performs at each year is  the Cabot Invitational marching competitions. This year the band brought back  many awards.  Searcy band received first division in flags, drum majors,  percussion,Read More

Students meet before school for prayer

Students meet before school for prayer

News October 12, 2011 at 1:48 PM 0 comments

  Every year on the morning of Sept. 28, high school students across the world gather around their schools’ flagpoles for an international morning of prayer.  This event, known as “See You At The Pole,” was founded in 1990 “as a grassroots movement with ten students praying at their school”Read More

Foreign language students sell cookie dough to raise money

Foreign language students sell cookie dough to raise money

News October 11, 2011 at 9:33 AM 0 comments

Every year during the first nine weeks the foreign language classes do a fundraiser.  The foreign language classes have Mitch Wright from Tasty Batters come talk to Spanish and French students about selling cookie dough and magazines. “We sell cookie dough for many reasons,” Spanish teacher, Lori Nielson, said. “We helpRead More

Students get chance to order letterman jackets

Students get chance to order letterman jackets

News October 10, 2011 at 1:31 PM 0 comments

In just a few weeks you will see many more kids with letterman jackets swarming around in the hallway trying to get to class because the band is finally ordering their letterman jackets. “I am very excited, I think they are a part of the high school experience but theyRead More

New biology teacher welcomes change

New biology teacher welcomes change

News October 5, 2011 at 2:01 PM 0 comments

Rick Barnes, is new to Searcy High but not to teaching. He currently teaches biology, but he has also taught environmental science at Jacksonville High. “I taught environmental science at my old school, but I have taught biology before,” said Barnes. Barnes majored in science in college. “Biology is myRead More

Searcy firemen respond to cafeteria fire

Searcy firemen respond to cafeteria fire

News October 4, 2011 at 9:28 AM 0 comments

This past Monday the lunch ladies were doing their normal duties of preparing lunch for all of the students, when all of the sudden they began to smell smoke coming from the back of the cafeteria. They all split up and tried to find the source of the smoke.  OneRead More

Homecoming royalty gets ready for festivities

Homecoming royalty gets ready for festivities

News October 3, 2011 at 1:42 PM 0 comments

Every year before for the homecoming football game, the Searcy football team chooses the royalty, and the clubs choose the sweethearts.  The royalty and sweethearts then attend a homecoming assembly where they are presented to the student body, but before the assembly they must go to the rehearsal.  The homecomingRead More

Homecoming royalty, sweethearts continue tradition

Homecoming royalty, sweethearts continue tradition

News September 30, 2011 at 12:48 PM 0 comments

Homecoming is a traditional time for high school students to make memories with fellow classmates, past graduates, and family. One of those traditions is that the football team homecoming royalty and clubs choose sweethearts who are seniors. Homecoming Queen: Amber Breaux “I think I got picked for Homecoming Queen becauseRead More

Choir preparing for all-region tryouts

Choir preparing for all-region tryouts

News September 29, 2011 at 11:45 AM 0 comments

Every year Choir participates in All-Region tryouts in Cabot, and they spend weeks preparing for the competition. Tina Niederbrach, choir director said the choir spends many hours preparing music for the tryouts. “There are challenges every year,” Niederbrach said. “As far as difficulties, it’s just the act of the disciplineRead More