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Will Hargis teaches AP and on-level Psychology along with Melanie Shelnutt, who will retire later this year. In addition to advising multiple clubs, Hargis will take over the full AP psychology program beginning next school year. “I enjoy being a role model for the kids, and I have never regretted taking on so much in the school. I know that I am ready to take over the AP psych program,”Hargis said.

Now featuring: Will Hargis

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager
November 7, 2018
	Senior Turner Markwalter prepares to present his ASR project. Magnet students spent their junior years collecting data and doing research, culminating in the final ASR presentation during their senior years. “You can tell how much work they put into everything and even though it’s been a year, how well they know their information,” moderator and junior Chike Azuzu said.

From ASR to AP Research

Morgan Brown, Ad manager, Public relations manager
February 16, 2018
Folson with his teammates during the scrimmage. Senior Kenny Ume, pictured above, said “Bryce is one of my good friends, I’ve known him since seventh grade and he’s one of the best passers on the team. He is one of the most level-headed, chill dudes I know, both on and off the court.”

Folson scores on court and in classroom

Caroline Long, Reporter, Photographer
January 25, 2016
Teachers continually stress that AP Physics and Honors Physics involve minimal difference. The Chant investigates what each course involves.

Let’s get physical: AP vs. Honors Physics

Danielle Osakwe, Photographer, Artist/Cartoonist
November 6, 2015
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