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  • November 21Student Musical Workshop on Nov. 21 at 7PM

McKenna Priebe Competes in State-wide Equestrian Competition

McKenna Priebe Competes in State-wide Equestrian Competition

Sophia Simmons

November 7, 2019

SONC Equestrian Story By: Sophia Simmons Senior McKenna Priebe is not only a student, but a competitive equestrian rider who competed at the Special Olympics North Carolina Equestrian competition in October, leaving with an extraordinary experience and many new memories. “I have been riding...

2019 Powder Puff Gallery

2019 Powder Puff Gallery

November 5, 2019

Students voice what they would dress up as if they could come to school in costume

Students voice what they would dress up as if they could come to school in costume

Rebekah Helms, Editor in Chief

October 31, 2019

Many students at our school can agree that dressing for Halloween at school would make the day even more special. So, we decided to find out what students would be if the opportunity was given. Some students would dress up as mentors or people that they look up to. “I would be Ferebee because...

Students reflect on past Halloween costumes

Students reflect on past Halloween costumes

Miranda Gonzalez, Audio Editor

October 31, 2019

With Halloween creeping around the corner, students pondered their past Halloween costumes and recounted the best ones from their youth. Most of us have had a plethora of different costumes. A variety of inspirations prompted each student’s favorite costumes. For freshman Lydia Keys, childhood films...

Students share their advice with underclassmen

Students share their advice with underclassmen

Maggie Smart, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2019

Transitioning into the chaotic world of high school can seem daunting to new freshmen. However, our upperclassmen stepped in and offered some advice to this year’s new high schoolers. Junior Rileigh Silber gives her suggestions on how to make freshman year fun. “I’d say not to take it for...

New Beginnings for Freshmen

Julia Conn, Managing Editor

September 26, 2019

Almost every up and coming ninth grader has all kinds of preconceived notions about high school. There’s nerves, anticipation and excitement. It’s a whole different world apart from middle and elementary school, and some of our freshmen shared their feelings regarding their new start. Depending...

Seniors Offer Advice to the Junior Class

Meghan Keith, Staff Reporter

September 6, 2019

Junior year has a stigma that it is the hardest year of high school. As the school year begins many juniors are taking harder classes than ever before. Seniors, who have been through the “junior slump,” offer their advice on how to get through the year successfully. Olivia Gonzalez believes junior...

Student Body Vice President Tara Wadford shares her Cougar memories

Student Body Vice President Tara Wadford shares her Cougar memories

Colby Brown, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2019

Our current Student Body Vice President, senior, Tara Wadford has had many challenges and accomplishments over the past four years of her high school career. With graduation right around the corner, she shared her feelings about graduating high school. “Graduation brings a whirlwind of emotions...

Senior Rhett Barlow reflects on his career as a Cougar

Senior Rhett Barlow reflects on his career as a Cougar

Runder Rains, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2019

“I’d like to think I left a good impact on the school,” senior Rhett Barlow said reflecting on his previous highschool years. “I’d like to think that everybody I’ve encountered, I’ve touched their life in some way. I’ve helped everybody that I’ve tried to.” Leaving this year to...

Q and A with Grace Debevec

Q and A with Grace Debevec

Catherine Vivongsy, Staff Reporter

June 3, 2019

Q: Since we profiled you last spring, which work of art created this school year are you the most proud of? A: I think, as a collection, my hand pieces from my overall Wicca collection for AP Art. I really like those a lot. Q: Why? A: They’re very simple, but I think that’s what captured my...

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