The Roar

Aldean leads AMC awards

Madhav Pamidimukkala, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

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The American Country Music Academy put on a show Sunday for its 53rd annual awards show. Country's elite stars delivered on their much-hyped performances, including veteran Luke Bryan, rising star Thomas Rhett, and the elusive...

State Cup soccer brings stress, exhilaration

April 16, 2018

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Several girls’ soccer team players also participate in travel league play in the Florida Youth Soccer Association which sanctions the Florida State Cup soccer tournament each year. During the tournament, which this year beg...

International Fiesta to move to Power Hour

April 16, 2018

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Spanish Honors Society will be hosting a fund-raiser in hopes of getting more students involved in the club.  “Usually for Spanish Honors Society, we do an International Fiesta which is after school,” club President...

Latin student prep for upcoming Rome trip

April 16, 2018

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With the fourth quarter now here and the summer break fast approaching, a number of Latin students are excitedly awaiting their excursion to Rome. These students will study basic Italian before the trip in June and their first...

Sophomores weigh in on price of rings

April 16, 2018

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Sophomores received their Josten’s packets for purchasing class rings Wednesday. Along with many style options and choices comes many different price ranges. In addition, Josten's has added even more types of rings, as well...

Girls’ tennis heads to districts

April 10, 2018

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The girls’ tennis team will participate in districts at the Fee Avenue courts Wednesday and Thursday. Looking back, sophomore Lasya Damaraju expressed her determination to finish strong. “The season was full of many...

Hatter experiences Bahama surprise

April 9, 2018

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During Spring Break, students traveled far and wide for the short time they had off school. Sophomore Lena Hatter had a pleasant surprise for her break. “Originally, my parents told my brother and I that we were going to Clearwater. So,...

Jewish community celebrates Passover

Alyssa Dumbra

April 9, 2018

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While many students munched on chocolate eggs and jelly beans during Spring Break, the school’s Jewish community of West Shore celebrated the eight days of Passover, which began on March 30 and ended Saturday. Passover is...

Cheerleaders get college tutoring

March 30, 2018

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Cheerleaders Max Kohlstedt (12), Alexia Potter (11), Josh Best (11), Bekah Crews (10), and Katelyn Curtis (10) attended a University of Central Florida cheer clinic for the second time this year on March 25 at the UCF gymnasiu...

Parents express views on campus safety

March 27, 2018

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Since the Parkland shooting Feb. 14, schools across the nation have made security a top priority.  While students and government officials have been very active in voicing their opinion, parents have their own opinions on camp...

Soccer travel has pros and cons

March 26, 2018

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Student-athletes affiliated with soccer often travel vast distances whether it be in Florida or all the way to North Carolina. Some find the traveling fun and exciting while others find it to be exhausting and in some cases an...

New Satellite track draws mixed reviews

March 26, 2018

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The track team accompanied by several other schools recently was able to officially break in Satellite High School's new track named after former Satellite athlete Reggie Johnson, who died in April of 1980. The Satellite track...

Chorus prepares for spring concert

Alyssa Dumbra

March 26, 2018

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Since the beginning of the semester, the chorus classes have been preparing for their May 4 spring concert. The concert will feature all chorus levels, and it will also feature a special performance by the seniors. Although...

AP Chemistry attracts students

March 26, 2018

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Freshman Loren Nienajadlo already has started to prepare for taking Advanced Placement Chemistry next year. “Chemistry is really interesting to me and what I want to do in college. I’ll need chemistry to do that,” Nienajaldo...

Space Coast Crew struggles against Pine Crest

March 26, 2018

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Space Coast Crew traveled to C-54 canal during the weekend to compete in its annual regatta against Pine Crest, which SCC expected to win. The regatta was a shirt race which means the boat that wins the race receives the other...

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