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The Passion of the Passion Project: The thoughts, creations, and ideas going into the Freshman’s Passion Project

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The Class of 2021 has been through their first semester in the turmoil of high school. While ninth grade is stressful with new classes, new rules, and more pressure, ninth grade English teacher Ms. Anni Knox thinks that students are doing well. “They are adjusting quite well, I think the eighth grade team did a…

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The family that plays together: Sister soccer legacy takes place at Ann Richards

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Balancing athletics and academics is an obstacle faced by countless high school students, but the Hruby sisters have got it down to an art form. Collectively, Sofia (class of 2015), Lucia (class of 2017), and Olivia (9) have been involved in almost every sport offered at Ann Richards. Olivia and her sisters have been playing…

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Curtsies for Cotillion: Students and faculty prepare for dance

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Melissa Merlin (9) with her mother at the 2016 Cotillion. Photo by Chloe Leline. On May 20th , many rising ninth graders will be nervous, along with very mixed emotions. The Class of 2021 will walk down a red carpet accompanied by a loved one, in front of hundreds of people in an event called…

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Just a taste: Students try three pathways in order to choose part of high school curriculum

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On Thursday, February 2,2017, the class of 2021 participated in the much anticipated Pathway Day, where they learned about the three pathways they will commit to for four years: Media Technology, Engineering, and Biomedical Science. The eighth grade students visited the Media and Technology Pathway, taught by Mr. Roger Soden, and learned about the film…

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Early bird gets the net: Student conducts man hunt for loose bird

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Seventh grader Paris Walker let a bird into the school yesterday morning, then proceeded to spend an estimated forty-five minutes chasing and catching said bird. Under the impression that a group of students were locked out of the school at the band hall entrance, Walker decided to let them in. When she opened the door,…

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