Sound to Sea

SGA implements new program for freshman students

Olivia Hines, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015

All freshmen are participating in a mentor program this year. The purpose of the program is to help freshmen adjust to high school life. By partnering them with an upperclassman, each freshman has somebody to guide them thro...

Select juniors, sophomores tour two state colleges

Dana Davenport and Cassie Toler

June 1, 2015

Selected sophomores and juniors had the opportunity to tour the campuses of North Carolina State University and North Carolina University at Chapel Hill May 18. The goal of the trip was to expose the students to college life...

CSI provides students with hands on opportunities, experiences

Cole Basnight, Staff Writer

May 29, 2015

The UNC Coastal Studies Institute was formed in 2003 as an inter-university research institute. Located in Skyco, the CSI set out from the beginning to offer educational opportunities and community outreach programs for those...

Golf team makes it to states for second year in a row

Lainy Malarney, Staff Writer

May 29, 2015

The beginning of the golf season got off to a late start due to foul weather. Coach Bud Hendrix returned to coach the team for another year. Seven seniors were lost after last season, but new faces took their place and for...

Major changes coming to the SAT in spring of 2016

Ginger Shackelford and Leann Saunders

May 29, 2015

By Ginger Shackelford & Leann Saunders Staff Writers For 67 years the SAT has been administered to future college applicants with minimal changes. This will change in the spring of 2016 when the test undergoes severa...

Netflix: coming to a screen near you

Katie Gruninger and Mackenzie Ulmer-Meekins

May 27, 2015

Netflix is an on-line streaming media available in many countries for various ages, but it is most popular for teenagers who love TV shows and movies. “Teens love Netflix because it’s a really good way to pass time when...

New grading system goes in effect next year

Lainy Malarney, Staff Writer

May 27, 2015

  High schools across the state will face a major change in the coming school year when a seven-point grading scale will no longer be used. Approved in October by the North Carolina legislature, a 10-point grading scale...

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