Lake Howell Blackout

 On Friday November 10, 2017 a group of students got together and held an organized blackout at Lake Howell High School. A blackout is when a group of people wear all black to signify that they are against something that has happened or is happening; a blackout typically happens within the African American community. The blackout was not organized as a part of Lake Howell’s … Continue reading Lake Howell Blackout


Arthurian legend has been an influential part of literature throughout the years. It has inspired books, TV shows, movies, and even plays. A popular version of such legend, is the movie entitled Monty Python and the Holy Grail. This particular adaptation has been adapted one step further into a musical play entitled Spamalot. After speaking with Sean Tormey (senior), who will be playing King Arthur … Continue reading Spamalot

Gender Equality Club

Elizabeth Loschiavo (12th Grade) President For those who have never been to a meeting, how you describe GEC?  “I think that GEC is a safe, open diverse place where all students and community members can come and share their experiences in general. You don’t have to be a certain race or gender or anything to join the club, it is just a place where you can … Continue reading Gender Equality Club

National Honors Society

  Mr. Wedel (Sponsor) Students who meet the 3.7 GPA requirement, who are not members and meet those qualifications, will receive an application to apply, which of course has to be filled out. Wedel explains how with some effort and some demonstration of volunteer hours would help in the process. Wedel also explained how the factuality community, not the sponsor will determine who will be … Continue reading National Honors Society