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Senior Sarah Percy laughs as she receives the Curious George Award from Mrs. LaMartina.

Epsilon Beta’s Beautiful Banquet

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer June 2, 2022

The Epsilon Beta club held their end of year banquet for members and their families in the learning commons on Thursday, May 26th. Members gathered to celebrate the year, receive their awards and have...

Fred Venturini signs his book for a student.

Authorial Advice

Charlie Rosser and Samantha Castille May 20, 2022

On Wednesday, May 19, the learning commons hosted their very first author meet and greet with gateway nominee author Fred Venturini. Students had the opportunity to meet with the author and talk to him...

Junior Christian Padilla returns the ball.

Swinging into State

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer May 13, 2022

The varsity boys tennis team competed in districts at the tennis courts on Saturday, May 7. With multiple athletes qualifying for State, the team represented FHC well, as stated by Junior Adam Tucker. "I'm...

Navigating Nature

Charlie Rosser and Rebecca Hornberger May 5, 2022

“And then I have nature, art, and poetry, and if that’s not enough, what is?” -Vincent Van Gogh. We can often be so consumed in our own lives that we forget to notice what’s right in front of us....

Freshman McKenzie Myers touches the bar in her pole vault.

Clearing the Bar

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer May 1, 2022

The boys and girls track and field team raced on the track on April 6 against Fort Zumwalt West, Fort Zumwalt South, Troy, and others. But for people like sophomore pole vaulter Ava Schriber, the main...

Junior Rolen McDevitt leaps over the pole in his high jump.

Meeting in Memory

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer April 27, 2022

On April 1, the boys and girls track and field team competed against Fort Zumwalt South, Troy, Howell and others here on the track in the Todd Bizzell Memorial. Whether competing in the javelin throw or...

Freshman Hannah Halterman wrestles for the ball against a Washington member.

One Last Win

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer February 20, 2022

The C-Team Girls Basketball players won their final game of the season against Washington High School on Thursday, Feb. 10th. It was a very close match, but the Spartans managed to pull ahead of the competition...

Mrs. Baird directs the choir through the resort.

A Musical Adventure

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer February 2, 2022

The Women's Chorale group has been preparing tirelessly all year long for their prestigious performance at the Missouri Music Educators Association on Thursday, Jan. 27th at the Tan-Tar-A Resort. This...

Senior Spencer Klein keeps the beat on the drums.

Playing with Style

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer January 7, 2022

During the month of December, the jazz band performed in the hallways before school every Friday to spread school spirit to the passing students. As senior Tyler Kropp noted, this turned out to be a fun...

Senior Taylor Steinagel stretches out her arms for her dive.

Slicing Through the Surface

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer January 3, 2022

The Girls Swim and Dive team raced against Fort Zumwalt South on Wednesday, Dec. 15 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. Although the team lost the meet overall, the teamwork and connection felt within the team...

The team cheers together at the end of their practice.

Work Hard, Play Hard

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer December 23, 2021

The Special Olympics Basketball team held their weekly practice at Saeger Middle School on Tuesday, Dec. 14 to prepare for their upcoming tournament. This group of special needs students ages 8 and older...

Junior Allie Raines opens the door to begin the nature walk.

Piece by Piece

Charlie Rosser, Staff Photographer November 15, 2021

On Wednesday, Nov. 10, the skies were clear and the weather was beautiful, allowing the Environmental Club to go on its first nature walk of the year. The club has lost many of their monthly nature walks...

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