• Dillon Rushes To The All-American Bowl

    Dillon Rushes To The All-American Bowl

    Joseph Schaffer

    November 16, 2018

    WCHS student athlete Tristan Dillon is getting the chance of a lifetime. Dillon will have the chance to play and showcase his skills in front of some of the top college scouts in the country in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Dallas, Texas. The Blue-Grey All-American game is a nationally televised bowl g...

    WCHS quarterback Tristan Dillon will play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Dallas, Texas on Dec. 17.

    courtesy of Mrs. Angela Shockley

  • WCHS Students Give Back for the Holidays

    WCHS Students Give Back for the Holidays

    November 16, 2018

    According to Feeding America’s website, there are 26,350 children in Montgomery County alone that are struggling to avoid hunger. WCHS students and staff are working hard to help as many families as possible by volunteering at churches and participating in We Can Help Serve for Thanksgiving. On N...

    Members of We Can Help Serve are giving back this holiday season.


  • WCHS New Breezeway

    WCHS New Breezeway

    Gary Buckner, Staff Writer

    November 2, 2018

    A new project is breezing its way through WCHS. JMD Architectural Products, with the help of Trademark Electric, has started construction on an enclosed breezeway with the approval of the district school board and safety committee. The breezeway will connect the main school building to the 400s buil...

    Brooklyn Dennis

  • Senior exam excemptions

    Senior exam excemptions

    Moniece Guerin, Staff Writer

    November 2, 2018

    The seniors face a more rigorous exam policy this year. Announced at the beginning of the school year, the Class of 2019 will be held to the same exam exemption policy as underclassmen. The senior requirement used to be that all seniors could exempt a semester exam simply by passing both quarters. Last...

    Moniece Guerin

  • NO Bookbags

    NO Bookbags

    Tempest Arnold, Staff Writer

    November 2, 2018

    It was announced suddenly on Oct. 9 that students are no longer allowed to have their book bags with them during the school day. WCHS principal, Mrs. Candice Haffner cited safety reasons for the change that was put into effect Monday, Oct. 15. Students were initially upset by this news. “They hav...

    Tempest Arnold

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The Pirate’s Crew
  • Dillon Rushes To The All-American Bowl November 16, 2018
  • WCHS Welcomes New Athletic Director November 2, 2018
  • WCHS Guard Captures First at State Championships! April 20, 2018
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Give Blood, Give Life

Give Blood, Give Life

November 16, 2018

NHS Christmas Party

NHS Christmas Party

November 16, 2018

WCHS Students Give Back for the Holidays

WCHS Students Give Back for the Holidays

November 16, 2018

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  • Joke of the year: FAFSA

    FAFSA is a government program that has been around for almost fifty years. Now it is 2018 and it is officially a joke. It is a program that gives fund...

  • Bullying. It’s not always so bad.

    Many people think more about psychological trauma left off by bullying in adolescents than the advantages of experiencing it. The experience can help ...

  • Does Pineapple Really Belong?

    Does Pineapple Really Belong?

  • The Dress Code

    The Dress Code

  • The Failure in our Federal Educational System

    Billions of dollars wasted. Education rates dropping. Why is the federal government still controlling our education? The Department of Education was c...

  • Headphone Policy Needs to Go

    As of the 2016-17 school year, students are not allowed to listen to music through headphones at all. If headphones are seen, students will be written...

  • Trump’s Wall

    POLITICAL COLUMN President Trump campaigned heavily for a border wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico to thwart illegal immigration. Tru...

  • Students should have the day of Prom off school

    Do you think upperclassmen should get the entire day off for Prom? If you’re going to Prom do you think that you will have enough time to get ready?...

  • Senior Field Trip Ideas

    Seniors, are you satisfied with all the memories you’ve accumulated with your fellow peers? If not, we’ve got a little over 9 weeks to create memo...

  • Cold days and delays

    How cold is too cold? When winter sets in, it seems that the student body and staff become more eager for delays and closings. So far this sch...

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