• Sidewalk Art

    Sidewalk Art

    Abigail Elvira, Desk Writer

    April 27, 2016

    The third quarter is always the worst. Always. Teachers assign more homework, papers and projects, during this quarter. Students become more and more sleep deprived as they struggle to do this work, and on top of that, all motivation is practically gone. Not to say that there was much motivation at the... READ MORE »»

    sarah bigger/michal reed

  • North Augusta is Evolving

    North Augusta is Evolving

    Kate Wells, Desk Writer

    April 27, 2016

    Our school is making a few changes that are sure to shake the lives of students. The most widespread of these changes is the grading scale that will be utilized next school year. This scale is known as the ten point grading scale. Instead of worrying about making a 93 on a test in order to make an A,... READ MORE »»

  • Come and See.

    Come and See.

    Sam Wilkes, Desk Writer

    April 15, 2016

    A place of happiness, worship, a family atmosphere, and the joy of God, this place is also known as True North Church. Having a wonderful back ground, “True North Church exists to lead people into a passionate relationship with Jesus. Whether you have never had a relationship with Jesus Christ or are... READ MORE »»

  • Where Are They Going?

    Where Are They Going?

    Jordan Houston, Senior Correspondent

    March 29, 2016

    GRADUATION IS AMONG US!  The class of 2016 is about to finish their last few weeks of high school and take those memorable steps across the stage at the Aiken Convocation Center.  Our seniors are on their final leg and certain questions are being asked in people’s heads.  Are they ready, can they... READ MORE »»

  • North Augusta School of Pep-craft and Hype-idry

    North Augusta School of Pep-craft and Hype-idry

    Kate Wells, Desk Writer

    March 29, 2016

    The mark that this year's Senior class will leave is quite magical. North Augusta has always been known to have an outstanding Student Section and large fan base for all sports, but this year the focus was slightly shifted. Due to the immense creativity of our Senior class, instead of parents and athletes... READ MORE »»

Features

How to Cure Summer Boredom

Parker Blackburn, Desk Writer

We’ve all been there… mid June, slept in till 12 and have the rest of the day to do absolutely nothing. Ahhhh, the dog days of summer. Although very relaxing, summer days...  Read More »

April 19, 2016

North Augusta’s NJROTC Annual Military Inspection

On February 18th , North Augusta's NJROTC had its Annual Military Inspection (AMI).  This ceremony is held every two years.  During this ceremony, the...  Read More »

We Have Been Recognized as Being in South Carolina. Wow.

Tuesday, February 16, at the North Augusta Recreational Department, Trump made another local showing. Many people flocked to see the celebrity presidential...  Read More »

The Fellowship of the Class Rings

Now, it is a known fact that class rings have no secret powers and they definitely weren't forged in Middle Earth.  But, the question that eternally...  Read More »

Agenda Wars!

Agenda Wars!

Don't want to look at a lame agenda cover all next year? Vote for the design you want to see on your 2016-2017 agenda cover! Click image to see full cover ...  Read More

Opinions and Views

Enthusiasm for school is plummeting

Enthusiasm for school is plummeting

Jenna West, Desk Writer

It's the same routine everyday; we wake up extremely early, eat our breakfast on the way out the door, hop in the car and head to the place we dread the most. We have lost...  Read More »

March 3, 2016

Not-so “Crazy in Love”

Not-so “Crazy in Love”

Princess Daijah Kellogg, Slaying Peasants

If your relationship is failing and you have come to your final resort, try being a lunatic. Apparently, guys love "crazy girlfriends." According to the once trending topic...  Read More »

February 5, 2016