The Rampage

Were Your Solar Eclipse Glasses a Scam?

Were Your Solar Eclipse Glasses a Scam?

Ryan McGuire, Executive Editor

September 7, 2017

On August 21, 2017 everyone all around America gathered outside to look at the great solar eclipse.  It was the first one this decade, and a first for many of us here at Lake Mary as well.  Lucky for LMHS, our physics/astronomy department graciously purchased hundreds of NASA approved glasses so students...

New Rules, New Lake Mary?

New Rules, New Lake Mary?

Ryan McGuire, Executive Editor

September 6, 2017

Lake Mary High school has always had a enjoyable environment for students, teachers, and other staff members.  It provides many students with great friends and memories, and all the students here would like nothing more than for it to remain the same it always has been.  Unfortunately, change is inevitable;...

Well Rounded or Overwhelmed?

Well Rounded or Overwhelmed?

Ryan M., Executive Editor

April 25, 2017

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

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

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

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.

Is paper money going obsolete?

Is paper money going obsolete?

Julie Guevara

March 1, 2017

Your wallet is soon going to be more empty than it already is. Yes, physical money is now obsolete. Apple, Bitcoin, and Paypal are taking over the world using a cellular device. Most people aren't complaining either. Money is pretty germy if you think about it. According to a recent article published by t...

Extra, Extra! Get Your Free College Here!

Extra, Extra! Get Your Free College Here!

Lauren Reid, Feature Editor

March 1, 2017

The Land of the FREE (College) Free college has been wanted by many for the longest time. Finally, in the city of San Francisco, California, free college is offered starting next fall. San Francisco is the first city in the nation to make community college free. Any student who has resided in the city...

Underpaid, Overworked

Underpaid, Overworked

Caroline S., Editor In Chief

February 21, 2017

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

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...