A Newly National Board Certified Teacher

A Newly National Board Certified Teacher

Celeste Brown, Staff Writer

On January 19th, Ms. Spence, along with Ms. Ignaszewski from the F.B. Gwynn Education Center, received certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Teachers with this certification...  Read More »

February 1, 2016

Charles County Schools Sued for a World History Lesson on Islam

Charles County Schools Sued for a World History Lesson on Islam

Ana Benitez, Staff Writer

John Wood is a parent of a teenage student who attends La Plata High School, who was allegedly required to participate in a World History lesson in which she had to profess and write out the Islamic Creed...  Read More »

February 1, 2016

Free College Money?

Free College Money?

Celeste Brown, Staff Writer

Now is the time for students to be filling out scholarship applications. Luckily, the Charles County Scholarship Fund, Inc. is now providing over 50 scholarships to eligible high school students within...  Read More »

February 1, 2016

Election Update: Where Does The Country Stand?

Election Update: Where Does The Country Stand?

Austun Reid, Staff Writer

Election Day is coming closer and closer. President Obama’s second and final term will come to an end, and that means a new leader has to take his place. There are three main candidates that stand out...  Read More »

January 27, 2016

#OscarSoWhite

#OscarSoWhite

Amani Jackson, Staff Writer

On January 14, the #OscarSoWhite was trending on Twitter after the nominations for the 88th Annual Academy awards were announced. It's almost like deja vu. For another consecutive year, no minorities were...  Read More »

January 19, 2016

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Recent Scores

  • Monday, February 8

    Boys Basketball

    NP 76 - Thomas Stone 66

  • Monday, February 8

    Girls Basketball

    NP 83 - Thomas Stone 49

  • Friday, February 5

    Girls Basketball

    NP 75 - McDonough 26

  • Monday, February 1

    Girls Basketball

    NP 67 - La Plata 25

  • Monday, February 1

    Boys Basketball

    NP 69 - La Plata 42

  • Friday, January 29

    Girls Basketball

    NP 87 - St. Charles 24

  • Friday, January 29

    Boys Basketball

    NP 59 - St. Charles 44

  • Thursday, January 28

    Wrestling

    NP 69 - Westlake 6

  • Wednesday, January 27

    Girls Basketball

    NP 70 - Westlake 58

  • Wednesday, January 27

    Boys Swimming

    NP 161 - Great Mills 109

  • Wednesday, January 27

    Girls Swimming

    NP 157 - Great Mills 116

  • Wednesday, January 27

    Boys Basketball

    NP 69 - Westlake 51

  • Tuesday, January 19

    Wrestling

    NP 21 - La Plata 37

  • Friday, January 15

    Boys Swimming

    NP 192 - St. Charles 24

  • Friday, January 15

    Girls Swimming

    NP 192 - St. Charles 32

From Eagle To Hawkeye

From Eagle To Hawkeye

Alex Huibsch, Editor-In-Chief

Some say that only talent and skill propel elite athletes to the next level, however, Devonte Young (16’) epitomizes not only those two attributes, but the most important one of all: work-ethic. On Wednesday,...  Read More »

February 4, 2016

The Team on a Mission

The Team on a Mission

Jonathan Salaver

Varsity Girls Basketball is one of this schools top performing sports. The season started officially with their first game in late November. So far this season, they have had 14 games in total. With a...  Read More »

February 1, 2016

New Student Eligibility Rule In Effect

New Student Eligibility Rule In Effect

Alex Huibsch, Editor-in-Chief

Thinking about playing a sport or joining an extracurricular activity? If so, be sure to acknowledge the new eligibility rule that fell into effect at the beginning of the second quarter of the 2015-16...  Read More »

January 28, 2016

Athletic Spotlight: Remington Ford

Athletic Spotlight: Remington Ford

Austun Reid, staff writer

Basketball is loved by millions of people worldwide, and sophomore Remington Ford wants to make a career “shooting buckets”. Remington Ford “Remmy” is a small forward on the J.V. Basketball team....  Read More »

January 27, 2016

The Transition from Prospect to Professional

The Transition from Prospect to Professional

Arianna Howard, Editor-in-Chief

With industries like the National Hockey League pulling most big-name players from countries such as Canada, Russia, Sweden, Finland, and the Czech Republic, what happens to the average American high school...  Read More »

January 27, 2016

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Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots

Jonathan Salaver

The band known as Twenty One Pilots is rising in popularity with their newest album Blurryface. Formed in 2009, Blurryface being their second signed album has brought them further into the spotlight. Released...  Read More »

February 1, 2016

Agent Carter Season 2 Premiere

Agent Carter Season 2 Premiere

Celeste Brown, Staff Writer

"Agent Carter" is a Marvel show with a strong female lead. Season 1 aired in 2015 and told the 1946 story of Peggy Carter, a secretary with the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). She was secretly recruited...  Read More »

January 29, 2016

The Stars Look Very Different Today

The Stars Look Very Different Today

Arianna Howard, Editor-in-Chief

On January 10, the world lost a long-time legend, David Bowie, to cancer, and to quote his song, Space Oddity, the stars look very different today. It is no secret that Bowie was a star, adored and di...  Read More »

January 27, 2016

Joy Movie Review

Joy Movie Review

Lauren Holmes, Staff Writer

“Joy” was excellent take on the typical “rags to riches” story. The story is a loose portrayal of Joy Mangano’s (inventor of the miracle mop and huggable hangers) life. The movie stars Jennifer...  Read More »

January 27, 2016

Anticipating a Civil War

Anticipating a Civil War

Arianna Howard, Editor-in-Chief

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been growing phenomenally, and their next step is Captain America; Civil War. This is the third installment of Captain America movies but it will feature a large number...  Read More »

January 20, 2016

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