The Spotlight

Healthy Living Expo Educates Students of the Lehigh Valley

Sarah Jacobson, Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

On November 20, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) hosted the club’s annual Healthy Living Expo in the high school gymnasium. The expo featured a variety of booths from student clubs, neighboring schools, and local organizations. For over 20 years, Le...

Education Should Expand Past Academics

Townsend Colley and Ben Baca

May 16, 2018

High school graduation is a time for celebration and excitement. It holds the promise of a future outside of the rigid school systems of a K-12 education. It’s a promise that students can pave their own path, a journey that ...

Does Homework Benefit Students?

Sarah Jacobson, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2016

The average high school student will do 17.5 hours worth of homework in just one week, according to a survey by the University of Phoenix. This equates to about 3.5 hours a night. I am no mathematician, but if a student gets home at 3 pm everyday, does their homework, and gets about an hour for ...

For the Sake of Music

Ashley Zamichielli, Features Editor

April 15, 2013

  Drastic budget cuts have scarred public school systems throughout the United States, and these cuts have caused dramatic changes to school curricula. One of the most significant changes has been the loss of music classe...

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