School construction takes a toll on student life and campus accessibility

By: Morgan Champion With North Forsyth High School’s extensive four-year construction project beginning to demolish, build, and pave the way for multiple new roads and buildings, both student life and the layout of campus have dramatically changed—sometimes for the worse. Construction on a new cafeteria and library as well as new classrooms have resulted in the former carpool entrance and main office being relocated to … Continue reading School construction takes a toll on student life and campus accessibility

Bus build up at school causes chaos

By: Santiago Rojas For the students enrolled at Meadowcreek High School, just getting into the building in the morning is the hardest part of the day. Most people will say that the classes should be the hardest part of the school day, and while though they are hard, that is not the case here. All the buses arrive at school around 6:40, yet no one … Continue reading Bus build up at school causes chaos

International students struggle to embrace American culture

By: Andi Breitowich A tough issue international students face is engaging in American culture, specifically in high school. Assimilating students, who do not speak English and have large cultural differences, is a challenging task to overcome. Students from similar backgrounds often stay together and choose to not fully commit to the American life of a “high schooler”. It is important to include these students into … Continue reading International students struggle to embrace American culture