Taylor Swift, who writes all of her own songs, is a global superstar, seven-time GRAMMY winner and the youngest winner in history of the music industry's highest honor, the GRAMMY Award for Album of the... READ MORE »»
A note to students from your faculty:
Tomorrow, April 30th, is Poem In Your Pocket Day! Celebrate with us!
The process is easy. Find a poem you can relate to and keep it in your pocket all day! Your... READ MORE »»
The two night event of “Star Spangled Spectrum”, April 23rd and 24th, presented by the Gaither High School Chorus, starts off opening night with a bang.
The concert consist of songs about America;... READ MORE »»
Star Spangled Spectrum taken by Sabrina Tam, Center Spread Editor
Back in January of this year, President Barack Obama proposed a plan for willing students to attend two years of community college absolutely free. Although criticized heavily by conservatives, the plan would help students obtain an associate’s degree and have better job opportunities, thus lowering the unemployment rate.
“I want to spread that... Read More »
Paying for college is an unavoidable topic that high school students have to face.
When most think about scholarships they think about free money that comes from private-funded agencies and organizations.
Earning scholarships is a gamble. One may be overly qualified for a scholarship, but may have a weak essay that in turn prevents them from... Read More »