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Well Rounded or Overwhelmed?

Well Rounded or Overwhelmed?

Ryan M., Staff Writer
April 25, 2017
Filed under Campus News

Recently, the word "well rounded" has been heard throughout the halls in classrooms, from guidance counselors, and even seen on college websites.  It seems that every year their expectations get higher, and the acceptance percentage gets slimmer.  Everyone wants to go to the top schools but, as we've...

How to be the best teacher: Be Mrs. Davidson

How to be the best teacher: Be Mrs. Davidson

April 25, 2017
Filed under Campus News

Patricia Davidson has and always will be a renowned teacher at Lake Mary High School. Being a student in her AP English Literature and Composition class, it isn’t hard to tell that she has a deep-rooted passion and knack for teaching. She’s been a teacher for more than 40 years, teaching in various...

The Secret Aspirations of Teachers

The Secret Aspirations of Teachers

Zoya M.
March 16, 2017
Filed under Campus News

Many of your teachers have a secret side that nobody knows about. The Rampage went undercover and found out what each teacher would be doing if they weren't listening, explaining, and yelling (at some of us) all day. You'll be surprised at what some of them had to say. Mr. DeSanto says he would like...

The Memorial Park – Remembering to Seize the Day

The Memorial Park – Remembering to Seize the Day

Ana R., Feature Editor
March 16, 2017
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

This area commemorates fellow student athletes who have passed away while in school or soon after and we pass by it every day without a single thought.

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Underpaid, Overworked

Underpaid, Overworked

Caroline S., Editor in Chief
February 21, 2017
Filed under Campus News

Lake Mary just recently went through the accreditation process which happens only every 5 years, and passed with flying colors. However, the students brought up to the team one issue the school tends to overlook- access to the guidance department. Students planning on graduating have struggled to get...

Historically Brilliant Teachers

Historically Brilliant Teachers

Ana R.
January 23, 2017
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

As part of our core classes, history and social studies often get a bad reputation for being boring. Why focus on the past when we’ve got the present? However, the LMHS Social Studies department has managed to entertain and motivate students without fail, no matter what year or which class you find...

Parking Lot Etiquette 101

Parking Lot Etiquette 101

Avah M., Executive Editor
September 28, 2016
Filed under Campus News

Let's face it: the parking lot brings out the worst in everyone. At 2:20,  it becomes a conundrum of road rage and inexperienced drivers in a hostile race to get home. But the reality of the student parking lot is that everyone has the same goal: to get out. So instead of cursing someone who has the ...

$100 parking passes? Or maybe a new parking lot?

$100 parking passes? Or maybe a new parking lot?

Susana G., Opinion Editor
September 27, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

With almost 3000 students at Lake Mary high and nearly 800 parking spots it seems that we have a situation, a real situation. Every year we hear our school administration tell us "no parking pass= a towed car" and that is absolutely  fair when you have students paying $70 and not having a place to...

The To-Do List: Freshman Edition

The To-Do List: Freshman Edition

Avah M., Executive Editor
September 23, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

Freshman year offers once in a lifetime opportunities, many of which people are completely neglect. At first glance, freshman year can seem humiliating and pointless- it's a daunting task being the upperclassmen's muse. But in reality there's a silver lining to all of the comedic degradation, so why no...

Kirsten’s Korner: Dang Girl, That’s a Fine Shoulder

Kirsten’s Korner: Dang Girl, That’s a Fine Shoulder

Kirsten K., Campus Editor
September 23, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Top Stories

Many schools claim to have dress codes in place to reduce “distractions” in the classroom.  They don’t want a kid’s graphic tee with a “leaf” to cause disruption at a certain time during the day nor do they want students focusing on how sexy an outfit is instead of what the teacher is saying. ...

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