The Roar

Senior Class hopes to raise some dough

January 18, 2019

With the new year underway, the Senior Class is wasting no time by hosting a fund-raiser at Blaze Pizza in Viera on Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in order to collect money for various activities including Grad Bash and Senior...

District looks into new college-planning program

Justin Ho, Staff writer

January 17, 2019

For a school that has produced more than 2,800 graduates, it’s an important question where these graduates have ended up especially for a college prep school such as West Shore. During the past 20 years, alumni have landed at...

Research teachers eye Science Fair

December 19, 2018

As first semester comes to an end, students in science research are just starting the testing portion of their projects. Teachers Mary Schropp and Paula Ladd are helping their students prepare for the competition in February. ...

Faculty pitches in to score senior papers

December 18, 2018

For those in 12th grade, the senior paper represents a semester’s worth of research, writing and revision, and those who grade the papers must turn them around quickly and score them with integrity. “The senior papers were...

Sophomores kick it in homerooms

Catrina Narmore

December 18, 2018

The sophomore class recently started what it hopes will become a new tradition. Four homerooms were picked to battle it out in a kickball tournament while the rest of the classes watched. Linda Johnson's homeroom class lost to...

Dual-enrollment student face shorter Winter Break

December 14, 2018

Classes for Eastern Florida State College students ended Dec. 7, more than two weeks before public high schools release for Winter Break. While that might sound like good news for those enrolled full-time at the college, those...

Anti-vaping presentation scheduled for January

December 14, 2018

A guest speaker will be visiting campus early next semester to discuss the dangers of vaping. The speaker will be giving two presentations that will be held on Jan. 11 during home room in the gym. Student Government officers found out about ...

Eighth-graders tagged to play outside

December 7, 2018

The eighth-grade homerooms recently met outside the soccer field to play Blob Tag, a twist on the traditional children's game of tag. "Since we finished the required activities, we decided that we'd have a day where all...

Plans for International Fiesta in the works

December 3, 2018

Senior Molly Luu takes on many tasks in her daily life. She is vice president of Spanish Honor Society, co-editor in chief of the yearbook, class officer and an employee at Chipotle. “I think most of the clubs I do during sch...

Yearbook cover to commemorate 20th anniversary

December 3, 2018

The 2019 edition of “Arcadia” yearbook will be getting a special cover to celebrate the school’s 20th anniversary. “It’s very expensive, really, really cool cover,” said Isabella Serrano-Kuehnast, the yearbook’s...

Students split on early-release Fridays

November 15, 2018

Change was in the air for students coming back to class this school year. Homeroom moved from Wednesdays to Fridays because Brevard Public Schools moved early release Wednesdays to Fridays to accommodate dual-enrolled and early...

Apple abandons lightning port

November 13, 2018

Apple has recently announced the release of its iPad Pro with some special features, such as the edge to edge design, Face ID and the new Apple-designed seven-core GPU. But most surprisingly to many Apple consumers is the swi...

Academic team ends season in first place

November 13, 2018

The academics team ended the season with an undefeated record following its last regular-season match Monday. As a result of finishing in first place, the West Shore team heads into district competition with confidence. “I’m...

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