7 Things Parents Just Don’t Understand

one caucasian family father mother daughter dispute screaming  in silhouette studio isolated on white background

Kaitlin Flowers, Author

November 17, 2017

    As a high school student, you're in a time in which you're learning to know yourself. You're already stressed because high school is pretty much the definition of a cell block. It makes it even worse when you come home and talk to your parents about your problems and they think...

Lady Generals Run Out of the Season

Lady Generals after advancing to Regionals.

Jensen Wolfe, Author

November 15, 2017

The girls cross-country season finished their 2017 season at the regional championship on Saturday, October 28th. Anna Foster took second with a time of 18:49 at the meet, making her eligible to move on to the State meet at National Trail Raceway. The team had a great season, finishing fifth in the ...

Students of the Month: November

Students of the Month: November

Chevelle Cunningham, Author

November 14, 2017

Haley Bond has maintained a 3.8 GPA throughout her high school career. She is currently a member of the Student Council, National Honors Society, and holds the position of the class treasurer. Besides partaking in these activities, she is involved in Varsity Volleyball and Track. She has also receive...

Hannah Bowen: A True Photography Junkie

Hannah Bowen: A True Photography Junkie

Nicole Friel, Section Editor

November 1, 2017

When you have a passion as strong as Hannah does, it cannot be ignored. Hannah started photography at a very young age, therefore, she has known that photography was a persistent part of her life and would continue to be for many years. When Hannah was younger she would take pictures using an ol...

The Hero to This Story

At the Fairfield Union jamboree game, Webb, a varsity cheerleader, practices a hello cheer prior to the start of the game.

Camryn Wolfe, Section Editor

October 29, 2017

“The saddest moment of my life would’ve been on Oct. 12, 2016 when I was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Although it was a tragic moment, it brought out a lot of good things in my life. My greatest struggle right now would be regaining memory and learning all knowledge that I lost along with finding ...

Debt or School Spirit

Debt or School Spirit

Alyssa McCabe, Editor

October 26, 2017

For many teens, October means football season, Halloween and pumpkin patches. However, for high school seniors it means decisions, more specifically, college decisions. This year was the first year FAFSA was made available on Oct. 1 instead of Jan. 1 and for many students that meant even more pre...

Wilke’s Impressive Season

Wilke at the meet against John Glenn and Philo.

Jensen Wolfe, Author

October 12, 2017

The Generals cross coutnry team as been amazing this year. In particular, freshman William Wilke has had a great high school cross country season. Wilke has the fastest time for freshmen boys in the state for Division II and  broke 17 minutes early in the season at the McGowan Invitational at Watkins...

7 Comfort Foods to Eat when School Stresses you Out

Courtesy of Little Ceasars.

Jensen Wolfe, Author

October 5, 2017

Sometimes school can become very stressful, and many people can agree food can fix everything. Food definitely hits the spot when someone is in the need of comfort. From pie to ice cream, food can really change a bad mood to a great one. Here are seven comfort foods that are perfect when school stresse...

Students of the Month: September

Jena and Huter basking in the light of their awesomeness.

Murphy VanBalen, Author

September 26, 2017

Jena Wharton Jena has maintained a 4.15 GPA (weighted) throughout the course of her high school career. She is currently a member of the student council, the basketball team, the softball team, and the president of the National Honors Society. Throughout high school, Jena has been awarded letters in both ...

Marching Generals Take on the Sweet Corn Festival

Rachel Cook during her Sweet Corn Festival Queen Promenade.

Jensen Wolfe, Author

September 15, 2017

The Annual Sweet Corn Festival took place August 29th through September 2nd in Millersport, Ohio. Many of our own students attended the Sweet Corn Festival, some were marching in the band, but there were also many there just for the good times and food. Abbie Mills, a student at Sheridan High School, att...

Sen18r Bucket List

Kelly Sidwelll, Author

September 15, 2017

Senior year, a year of lasts and firsts. As we rush through this year remember to slow down and enjoy it while it lasts. In a blink of an eye it will be over and it will be time to start our own lives and go in different directions. Some of us will never see each other again. Here are some things you...

Running Wild With Walters

Running Wild With Walters

Alyssa Wheeler, Uuthor

September 12, 2017

It is that time of year everybody... Its Cross Country season, and I would like to introduce Mr. Walters, our Sheridan High School Head Boys' Cross Country coach. He's been coaching now for ten seasons. During the interview Mr. Walters provided some deep insight into his coaching career and 2017-2018...

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