The Community Helping Achieve Success with Deer Park Music Program

Jaden Bevins and Jadyn Steely, DECEMBER 2019 Deer Park’s music program whether it’s marching band, concert band, choir, show choir, or color guard it is always so supportive and the community has always been involved to positively benefit us. There are many reasons that Deer Park’s music program is better than other schools. “The Deer Park marching band is a good marching band not just … Continue reading The Community Helping Achieve Success with Deer Park Music Program

Deeper Perspective of High School Lunches

BY ELIZABETH WATSON, October 2019 56% of students in our country eat school lunch daily. That’s around 29.8 million students. Everyone has seen in movies and social media on how they usually portray school lunches: horrible, bad tasting, and sloppy. However, at Deer Park most students eat and enjoy school lunches. The school website even has a whole section dedicated to their weekly lunches and … Continue reading Deeper Perspective of High School Lunches

Walnut Hills (Part 2)

BY OLIVIA NOLAND AND CARA FINNEY Teenagers at Deer Park are often outspoken about the problems they face as high school students, and the overall challenging experience of high school life in a small community. Given Deer Park student’s feelings toward high school life, we wondered if the struggles Deer Park students face are a direct result of a small high school environment, or if … Continue reading Walnut Hills (Part 2)

Visiting Walnut Hills: An Introduction to Our Trip (Part 1 of 3)

On Thursday, February 7th, we travelled to Ohio’s top rated public high school, Walnut Hills, to expand our high school experience beyond Deer Park. We visited the large campus and interviewed various Walnut students with help from our mentor for the day,  Editor and Chief of the Yearbook, Grace Sublett. Although the school is just down the street from Deer Park, the inner city campus … Continue reading Visiting Walnut Hills: An Introduction to Our Trip (Part 1 of 3)

Teenagers in the Modern World: Battling Stress and Pressure (Part 1 of 3)

By OLIVIA NOLAND, January 2019 Today, teenagers often appear isolated in their own world full of high school shenanigans and social media posts. However, many young adults argue that the high school experience isn’t always as enjoyable as it’s made out to be. Students at Deer Park High School claim that trying to navigate the changes and responsibilities that come with growing up places tremendous … Continue reading Teenagers in the Modern World: Battling Stress and Pressure (Part 1 of 3)

Editorial: Phones? More Like Creepy Invasive Tiny Mobile Machines

BY CODY BENJAMIN DECEMBER, 2018 Ever heard of the Google Pixel 3? It’s one of the newest phones on the market. It’s got great storage, a fantastic screen, and absolutely zero consideration for privacy. Yeah you read that right. There is a commercial for the phone on TV, in which the guy in the commercial shows that this phone doesn’t just have a camera, but … Continue reading Editorial: Phones? More Like Creepy Invasive Tiny Mobile Machines

The Greatest Dispute Of All Time

By CODY BENJAMIN and TORIE ANGEL and HALEIGH GEKLE, November 2018 Our world has seen many historical disputes over time. Two world wars, the French-Indian war, America being “discovered,” Trump building a wall, and the most brutal of them all: The Office vs. Parks and Recreation. Both of these shows were created by the same guys, both are filmed in a mockumentary style, both are … Continue reading The Greatest Dispute Of All Time