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Mrs. Switzer

Alex Layton

May 7, 2013

I remember my sophomore year, two years ago. I was confused and barely had any real direction or idea of who I was or who I wanted to be. Towards mid first quarter that all changed; I had taken an art class that would change my life forever. In this class I realized that art was an essential part in...

The Surveyor

February 21, 2013

Staff of The Surveyor, Hello! My name’s Alex and I write for FHCtoday.com, I was checking out The Surveyer and I have to say I really like how the website is put together with the different sections at the top of the page. It makes it really easy to navigate, which is a small thing, but it makes ...

That time of the year again

Alex Layton

January 24, 2013

Last year introduced online scheduling as an alternative to paper scheduling. Due to its success, the guidance office is continuing the online scheduling method from now to January 24th. According to Guidance Counselor Ms. Bargeon the online schedule change is due to preparing students for the future. “I think it...

Spraying into art

December 11, 2012

You’ve seen it on your way down to the city, on the side of a passing train, and now even in your very own school. Street art, more commonly known as Graffiti is a popular trend among artists for it allows them to create an identity for themselves while also broadcasting their artwork. Cody Collier is...

ACT preparations approaching soon.

Alex Layton

November 29, 2012

The ACT, a test that can determine what college you get accepted into has specified dates on which it can be taken and one of those dates happen to be next month, Dec.3rd. Students can apply by going to their counselor and speaking to them about the registration. That is not the only deadline approachi...

Students options open with new courses.

Alex Layton

November 9, 2012

Students in need of preparation for the ACT can find solace next year as the Guidance Office revealed a new ACT preparation course planned to be set in motion this upcoming year. This class will be a free, semester-long, half-credit class that for the first quarter will be an english preparation, followed ...

Art Club brightens the nurses’ office.

October 19, 2012

The nurses’ office, a place of rejuvenation and restoration, with its blank windowless white walls and dimly lit areas for students to lay down when they’re not feeling well, it is a place to either grab some much needed headache medicine or try to sleep off whatever ails them. The walls remain bl...

Art club takes a rest after a deserved victory.

October 7, 2012

Just two weeks ago, Art club stole the parade away with their float, winning first place. And according to Art Club Sponsor Ms. Amy Roesslein, they’re planning to keep the good work coming. “Right now we’re taking a break, but when we return from fall break we’ll get right back to work wit...

Art club comes out victorious

September 28, 2012

Last week was a nerve racking day for both the Theatre Department and the Art Club. Both clubs were anxiously awaiting to square off against each other in the homecoming float parade. “I was calm while waiting on the results. Honestly, I was pretty confident that we’d win this year due to all th...

Art Club prepares for war.

September 10, 2012

Art Club continues to work diligently on their float, making strong progress, according to the sponsor Amy Roesslein. “I’m very hopeful for a win this year,” said Roesslein. They have entered the second stage of making the float, moving from working at the school to a house somewhere off campus. ...

Art Club floats on

August 23, 2012

As the year begins, it is time once again for the Homecoming parade. This is known as a time when Art Club and Theatre go head-to-head in the float competition. The woman behind Art Club, Ms. Amy Roesslein, is planning for a win this year. After the break of their 12-year winning streak when Theatre...

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