Foley High School hosted a career fair on Wednesday, Oct 3rd, in the gym. The fair was open for two hours during all the lunch waves. [Read more…]
By: Yecenia Enriquez
The Gulf Breeze Zoo is a fun and amazing place to visit. With so many animals like tigers, monkeys, and giraffes, I didn’t know where to begin looking. [Read more…]
Students and faculty had the opportunity to dress in camo for the first pep rally and game with Robertsdale. [Read more…]
I work at Pony Express. Have you ever heard of it? [Read more…]
By Sarah Harr
It seems like this year has gone by in the blink of an eye. Well, maybe not that fast. We can all admit to facing a few struggles throughout the year, whether it be racing the clocks to beat the tardy bell or staying up until 3 AM to finish a last-minute assignment. Finally, to the relief of students and teachers alike, school’s winding down for the year. After nine long, long months of gushing out blood, sweat, and tears in order to keep our grades above average, we’ve made it out alive.
We’re teenagers, so what better way to start summer than with some funny memes? [Read more…]
Montgomery, Alabama is a rich historical city. Men and women marched and protested for their civil rights in this very city. The first White House of the Confederate South was located in Montgomery. On a spur of the moment trip, my family drove to see the sights in the famous southern city. [Read more…]
Dogs…..wow, there are so many things to say about this subject. [Read more…]
Some people are just average when it comes to the Christmas tree decisions, and then there’s my mom. [Read more…]
Cave City, Kentucky, is home to Mammoth Cave National Park, the longest known cave system in the world. With a population of 1,869 people, the citizens of this small town have more than 400 miles of rocky turf beneath their feet. [Read more…]
Mrs. Goodwin and Mrs. Dossett’s 10th grade Pre-AP English classes were recently assigned an in-class project: to sketch and illustrate Julius Caesar’s Act IV through stick figures.