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Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

Senior Megan Percy is the Editor-In-Chief of Fhctoday.com and is enjoying her third year on staff. She enjoys playing her flutes, swimming on the girls swim team in the winter and playing with her dog, Lydia. She is excited to work with all of the talented members on staff and is looking forward to a great year.

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Megan Percy

Megan Percy

May 14, 2020
Matthew Schott

Matthew Schott

May 5, 2020
Technique: AS Derenski attempts a boulder problem, he must think about specific moves he must to do in order to not fall off of the wall.

The Climb

April 26, 2020
The email sent from Dr. Hendricks-Harris concerning the coming weeks.

In The Coming Weeks

March 22, 2020

March 16, 2020
Senior Sarah Matusofsky screams in delight after learning Ms. Caitlin Crain had awarded her a Silver Shield at the March 5 ceremony.

A Night To Shine

March 6, 2020
The boys huddle to discuss the game. Their teamwork and cooperation ultimately helped them win the game.

Valentine’s Day Victory

February 26, 2020
Sex Uncovered

Sex Uncovered

February 24, 2020
The story of the band behind hits such as

“Jersey Boys” Jives

February 7, 2020
This issue, we focus on eating disorders and their negative effects in our community.

Bound In A Body

November 18, 2019
Rooted In Reality

Rooted In Reality

October 22, 2019
A student walking past takes a picture of the plywood box blocking off the damage. The damage is extensive and  will not be completely fixed until the end of July, it is estimated.

In the aftermath

April 25, 2019
Junior Bryce Alberty allows his hand to be raised in victory by the referee. Like many others at district, Alberty performed well and represented FHC to the best of his ability.

Dominating districts

February 22, 2019
Austin Smith kneels, breathless after a hard-fought match. Outside the ring, wrestlers including Smith find difficulty in managing a hectic schedule with their responsibilities to academics and their responsibilities to their team.

Maintaining the balance

January 11, 2019
A boy sits and cries in despair over his loneliness. This accurately shows the depression felt when people cut off others in ignorance or an attempt to hurt them.

Separated from the pack

December 29, 2018
Many students struggle with completing their homework - both at home and school - after studying, working, and playing sports. Students' jobs often add a pile of stress to their everyday experience.

Weighed down

December 22, 2018
After a hard won match, Weston Klein has his fist raised in the air in victory by the referee. Victory was a common occurrence at the match on December 1, where two of the Spartan wrestlers came out undefeated.

Beginner’s luck

December 6, 2018
A student, after opening hours on their different devices everyday, finds themselves  exhausted

Relying on visual reality

November 17, 2018
Students and community members walk in the parade, an annual tradition of homecoming week. This is yet another example of Student Council’s marvelous work, as they organize the clubs, the floats, and all other members of  the community that participate.

Development of the dance

September 18, 2018
A stack of albums sits, the colors representing the different styles and timbre of the music inside. Megan Percy is an avid listener to music of all types and thoroughly enjoys the different places every melody can take her.

Top 5 albums

September 13, 2018
Mr. Donald Lober

Mr. Donald Lober

May 11, 2018
Tim Ewald throws a pitch during a game against Fort Zumwalt West. In the recent game against Lafayette on April 24th.

Coming back swinging

April 30, 2018
Lawrence sits at his usual spot outside Hunky's Diner at night, face illuminated by the red neon sign. He regualarly comes to this spot to play his music and take in the surroundings of the Bishop Arts District.

Rhythm of change

February 15, 2018

Suffering in silence

December 7, 2017
Achieving Arete

Achieving Arete

October 27, 2017

The dress to impress

September 25, 2017

A step in a new direction

September 7, 2017
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