Asian Club is an organization at Lake Howell that aims to educate the student body about Asian culture and society. As Asian culture is mostly overlooked in pop-culture and western society, this club attempts to showcase Asian countries and their culture. The current president is Hannah Tran, a senior at Lake Howell, and the sponsor is Mr. Agagnina. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of … Continue reading About Asian Club
NJROTC is a course at Lake Howell High School. NJROTC stands for Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. NJROTC offers a lot of various opportunities and activities where you can learn about the navy and its principles as well as receive training to be leaders and better members of our society. After school teams include armed basic, unarmed basic, armed expedition, unarmed expedition, color guard, academics, … Continue reading A Glimpse Inside NJROTC
By: Hannah Tran Continue reading Battle of the Brains- 8/23/18
By: Katie Groves Click here to see the previous edition! Continue reading Are You Smarter Than Wedel? (2nd Edition)
Mr. Wedel has taught a variety of courses at Lake Howell, some have been A.P. U.S. History, A.P. European History, A.P. Language and Composition, and A.P. Seminar. He is known for flannels and being incredibly smart, so let’s put it to the test! Each edition of “Are you Smarter than Wedel?” will feature five trivia questions in different categories. Some of the categories will include: … Continue reading Are You Smarter Than Wedel?
Lake Howell High School is changing their logo for the 2017/2018 school year due to a copyright violation. The school’s current logo, a side view of a blue hawk head, is pictured below: This logo will be changed to the new logo, an “LH” in the center of two wings, as pictured below: This new logo will replace the hawk head seen on shirts, murals, scoreboards, … Continue reading A Conversation About the Logo Change
I interviewed our new principal, Mr. Kotkin, for InFlight News about who he is and what his vision is for the new school year. Kassandra: How does it feel to be back at home at Lake Howell High School? Mr. Kotkin: It’s awesome. I love it. I’m so glad I’m here. It’s not the same school I went to many years ago, but it is still … Continue reading Interview with Mr. Kotkin