Marshall Minds Matter members meet. “Our primary goal is to promote conversations about mental health,” president and senior Grace Chamberlain said.

With tests piling up and summer waving its smug fingers from two months away, the last quarter of the year is far from the easiest. Regardless, fourth quarter can be a time for reflection. For some students, like president of Marshall Minds Matter club and senior Grace Chamberlain, this schoolContinue Reading

Beware the financial aid scams: pointers with Gardener Humphreys Financial aid scams are an ongoing issue in high schools, but risks rise during the spring when students are looking to apply to colleges. There are many options for financial aid, or money students can earn for college, but some canContinue Reading

Financial aid scams are always an issue in high schools, but risks rise during spring when students are looking to apply to colleges. College and Career Center Specialist Gardener Humphreys said he’s working to provide students with resources to identify and avoid financial aid scams. “People just get stressed aboutContinue Reading

Miss school or miss an important religious holiday —this is a predicament students like freshman Rachel Ackerman are faced with every year. To increase religious inclusivity, FCPS implemented religious observance days, requiring teachers to not teach any new material, assign new work or have any testing on certain holidays. However,Continue Reading