The Chant

	Senior Rachel Maxwell looks in horror upon one of the typical AP style questions in AP Physics 1, dealing with rotational motion. The problem requires students to look at the situation conceptually, and only deal with variables and not numbers. This skill takes practice and shows up on the AP exam quite often.

Is AP Physics right for you?

Jacob Tutterow, Opinions Editor
April 24, 2019
End of Course Testing for math began on Monday, December 3. Students sharpen their pencils, put new batteries in their calculators, and fuel their brains as they prepare for the test day. “I’m nervous for this EOC, but I know my teacher prepared me and I studied a lot, ate a good breakfast, and got some sleep. I think I over prepared, but I know that this EOC is going to help not hurt me,” sophomore Prapti Tanti said.

Add, subtract, and multiply…

Naoshin Kaiser, Photographer
December 3, 2018
In honor of the Twin Day dress-up day for Red Ribbon Week, the math department all decided to dress up like Prinicpal Moody. With his signature suit and tie and slicked back hair, each teacher nailed his look perfectly.

Seeing double?

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief, Photo Editor
November 1, 2018
Eighth grader William Green, calculator and notebook in hand, walks to his Accelerated Pre Calculus class filled with juniors and seniors. This young scholar exceeds his middle school peer’s academic feats and moves on to tackling high school level rigor.

The little Einstein of NC

Esteban Alarcon, Opinions editor
January 28, 2018
Sophomores Shaquille Nicolas, Jack Wesselmann, and Robert Underwood celebrate Pi Day in Ms. Armstrong’s Geometry class. The class enjoyed desserts including, but not limited to: pie, donuts, cupcakes, and cookies. “Hopefully, we can learn more about the origin of the number pie and some other number that I don't know already. Obviously, because it's Pi Day, we are going to eat round food that's probably junk food,” Wesselman said.  Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day!

March 14, 2017
The art of mathematics

The art of mathematics

Jacob Tutterow, Reporter
March 8, 2017
Frederick Hybart's Advanced Mathematical Decision Making class made carnival games based on experimental probability over the weekend. Today, they simulated a carnival in their classroom as a creative twist on a regular math lesson.

Carnival games

October 12, 2016
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