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Cyan Kelley, seventh grade

Cyan Kelley, seventh grade

Ace Moen, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019

“If there’s something that I want to do, and my friends don’t have my back for it, then they’re not true friends. [True] friends would always support me in everything that I do and everything that I will do in the future.” –Cyan Kelley, seventh grade

Angela Blue, sophomore

Angela Blue, sophomore

Kennedy Brown, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

"I'm not in the worship leader group but I am in the choir and I feel...very loved, with the family that I have at my church and my youth group which is amazing, very supportive...I probably would [continue singing after high school], but it would be more in my church choir instead of outside. Maybe...

Micah Lawery, junior

Micah Lawery, junior

Kennedy Brown, Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

"It actually helped me gain confidence in my art I guess, because with so many of us being in the arts pathway even though they say its not a competition in some way it is. Like the art show, for instance, not everyone is going to get displayed, so in that way, it's kinda like competition, you're basica...

Dan Grimes, high school math teacher

Dan Grimes, high school math teacher

Makayla Dilport, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

"I would travel back to one of two places, one to stop the assassination of Abraham Lincoln or two to stop the assassination of Martin Luther King. After Abraham Lincoln was assassinated the country took a different path, he was more about bringing the southern states back into the fold with less pu...

Brooke Schuessler, senior

Brooke Schuessler, senior

Ace Moen, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

“I take criticism and use it to strive for more, but I want to avoid it. I do like getting praised, which is why I take the corrections, because I like being told that I’m finally accomplishing something and doing something good.” –Brooke Schuessler, senior...

Jaivon Lawson, seventh grade

Jaivon Lawson, seventh grade

Kennedy Brown, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

"My favorite moment at GCAA, is when it was last semester we was on the sixth floor and we were just playing we just ran around the hole sixth and seventh floor and we were just playing hide and seek and stuff like that. And the teachers I had some great moments with some teachers and some friends, I ha...

Joseph Miller, freshman

Joseph Miller, freshman

Christopher Corriveau, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019

"An event that changed my life was that one time that I got into massive trouble with my mom for lying. I lie less now. That'd be lying if I said I don't lie anymore though." -Joseph Miller, freshman.

Mark Ross, junior

Mark Ross, junior

Christopher Corriveau, Staff Writer

January 23, 2019

"[If I had a million dollars] I'd give it to my mom, because she always took care of my stuff, and she really deserves it." -Mark Ross, junior.

Lilliana Bremerkamp, sophomore

Lilliana Bremerkamp, sophomore

Christopher Corriveau, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

"If I were giving away a million dollars, I'd give it to the Dalai Lama, because he would know what to do with it. He would put it towards the best organization or he would use it for the best thing. Either that or find the best organization, because like you can buy animals for people who are starving...

Kayley Bryant-Vaughn, sixth grade

Kayley Bryant-Vaughn, sixth grade

Christopher Corriveau, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

"[If I had a million dollars] I would give it to the American Heart Association, because my mom has heart failure, and it would be a good thing to give to." -Kayley Bryant-Vaughn, sixth grade.

Xia Brown, junior

Xia Brown, junior

Nuri Broady, Staff Writer

January 2, 2019

“For me, my greatest inspiration would be my mom. She’s been a single mom for so long now and I’ve always looked up to her. We’re both also middle children, so we bond over having that in common a lot. She is definitely a big part of my life.” -Xia Brown, eleventh grade

Abriana Ambus, senior

Abriana Ambus, senior

Charles Pierson, Contributing Writer

December 26, 2018

“I’d rather have more control over our responses...because nowadays I just let people control how I respond to things I can’t really control, it’s just outbursts more so...If I could control my responses I’m pretty sure...my consequences wouldn't be as harsh, like things wouldn't be so bad....

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