The Pony Express

Going to Homecoming Alone has it’s Pros, Cons

Hannah Reasor, Entertainment Editor

October 7, 2015

Homecoming is known as a time students get asked on dates, dress up nice with friends, and party the night away at the Starlight Dance. However, homecoming is not exclusive to couples and groups of friends. Going alone is also...

New community college plan will be costly, under-valued

Michael Alpuin, Graphics Editor

April 21, 2015

President Obama has recently made a proposal which states that community college should be as free and universal in America as high school. Although this may sound extremely appealing to many students, the sacrifices that...

Dating dilemmas and cash flow

Michael Alpuin, Graphics Editor

February 11, 2015

With Valentine's Day around the corner, something on most lovers' minds is what to do with their special someone on the couple’s holiday. During high school it is difficult for some people to go on the dates in which they...

Relationships causing issues

Nicole Mason, Staff Writer

February 10, 2015

Relationships can be smooth sailing and blue skies but only if there no hurricanes and jagged rocks along the way. They can go just as bad as they can well. Everyone knows that they can be time consuming. Relationships require...

A.P. courses- help or hinder? (pro)

Sabrina Olivier, News/Features Editor

October 7, 2014

Every school year there comes a time where students will make their way to the guidance office and sign up for classes for the upcoming year. In doing so, some might come across a few A.P. courses and might think to themselves,...

A.P. courses- help or hinder? (con)

Darrin Davis, Sports Editor

October 7, 2014

Taking Advanced Placement courses may seem like a good idea at first, but there are a few things to consider before taking the leap. For years students have been taking on the monstrous challenge of A.P. While most succeeded in...

“Club week really reeks”

Julianne Chechanover, Graphics Team

October 24, 2012

The new club week schedule implemented at the beginning of this school year does more harm than good for students, teachers, and faculty. Teachers now have to rearrange their entire week's schedule in order to accommodate a...

Distracted driving epidemic sweeps the nation

Sahar Takshi, Centerspread Editor

May 22, 2012

I’ve seen the billboards and heard the public announcements all warning us about the dangers of distracted driving, but it wasn’t until I read an article in the Tampa Bay Times about two teenage girls who met their ends texting...

CON: freshmen should not be forced to take online classes

Grant Peeler, Wed Team

December 13, 2011

In this wonderful age of computers, interconnectivity, and social media, we have pushed the boundaries of technology to fantastic limits, but when it comes to online schooling, especially when it is required, our culture, has...

PRO: Freshmen are required to take online classes

Sahar Takshi, Opinions Editor

November 17, 2011

Incoming freshmen of 2011 are now required to take at least one online course with Florida Virtual School, and frankly, it’s about time. ­­­The new addition of online courses to graduation requirements is long overdue....

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