FBLA takes over the state

Ava Grubb, Staff Writer and Copy Editor

February 22, 2018

  Lemont’s Future Business Leaders of America are taking over Illinois. 32 members of FBLA will be competing in 22 events at State 2018, in Springfield, Illinois. On April 6 and 7, students will be putting out their best ...

New courses to start off the new school year

Leena Alul, Staff Writer and Media Specialist

February 22, 2018

Lemont high school is a place of many opportunities. They have options for a plethora of different things. This includes a variety of different sports, clubs that benefit the school and the community, and much more. Next year th...

Sisters honored in ‘Voice of Democracy’ contest

Alec Adriatico, Staff Writer and Web-Editor

February 14, 2018

Lemont Veterans of Foreign War Post #5819 honored sisters Maggie and Genna Yavaraski with their entry for the “Voice of Democracy” contest on Dec. 4, 2017. The contest’s theme was “American History: Our Hope for the ...

Acknowledging the life of a school Counselor

Lauren Gallet, Staff Writer and Copy Editor

February 14, 2018

It seems that the main focal point when it comes to discussing school and academics is surrounded around students. While there is no doubt about the fact that the students play a vital role within the schooling system, officials...

The Science Department welcomes two new teachers

Natalie Palarz, Staff Writer and Business/PR Manager

February 12, 2018

Mrs. Bialek: Of quarks she loves physics With the introduction of the rigorous course of Advanced Placement Physics II, new teacher Mrs. Tina Bialek decided to take on the challenge of teaching this college-level class. Along w...

The English Department: A tale of epic proportions

Peyton Jay, Staff Writer and Co-Editor

November 21, 2017

Whether it be the standard four years of mandatory English courses or the various electives people can partake in, every student and alumni of Lemont High School has experienced the trials and tribulations of an English course at one poi...

Excited for the arts with Mrs. Idell

Emily Krivograd, Staff Writer and Web-Editor

November 17, 2017

Art teacher Mrs. Megan Idell has seen her fair share of students pulling off some hilarious things in class. “I had a student last year in photography, for whatever reason he had a costume in his bag and decided to put it o...

The life of an ELL student

Arthur Proskurinas, Staff Writer and Web-Editor

November 15, 2017

Many have heard something about the ELL program, but not everyone has the slightest idea of what exactly it is. The school’s ELL program helps students whose mother tongue is not English gain the knowledge that they will ne...

Novel Winger is an emotional rollercoaster

Alejandra Rodriguez, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016

I dove into “Parry’s March Madness” and read one of the bracket’s advancing book, Winger by Andrew A. Smith. I had read it a few months back but since it has been advancing along the Modern Fiction bracket, I decided t...

Spring into college planning

Siena Schuth, Staff Writer

March 30, 2016

Spring is always considered the time of new life, new beginnings, and new decisions. But few factor in the fact that spring is a crucial time for those preparing to attend college. Many seniors are anxiously awaiting their Ma...

Tutoring prepares students for finals

Christopher Konicki, Copy Editor

March 9, 2016

With the onset of the beginning of the end of the semester (and even some high school careers!), maintaining a strong GPA and stellar grades has become more important than ever. National Honor Society hosts tutoring every Wednesday ...