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Features

Eat Your Experiments

By : Matt Loby / Sophomore Writer BR science teacher Beth Vaccaro met with other science teachers, chefs, and Harvard researchers for a three-day training this past summer to explore how everyday cooking can reveal the basic principles in chemistry...

The Ultimate Ugly Sweater

By Emma Davis Editor-in-Chief Blue Ridge students celebrated the week before their holiday break with a daily theme, one of which was the the ugly sweater contest. Contest winner Lillian Edwards (freshman) says her sweater is particularly special. "My sweater is exceptional because my...

Krause Encourages Passion

By: Emma Davis/ Editor-in-Chief According to a recent Blue Ridge student survey, English teacher Aimee Krause is the teacher who encourages students to follow their passion. The student survey is a product on the school-wide social and emotional learning (SEL) program. Every...

Students’ Jobs Outside of School

By: Gehrig Dibble/Junior Writer Do you know the life of a typical high school student? Often, people just view students as students, athletes, or both. Sometimes the time and effort students put into their jobs outside of school goes unrecognized. ...

Bitner Encourages Students to Dream Big

By: Brooke Kelly/ Junior Writer According to the results of a student survey, Blue Ridge High School students feel social studies teacher Greg Bitner encourages his students to dream big and imagine anything is possible.   Junior Isabella Shea says of Bitner,...

The 11th Grade Entrepreneur

By Marissa Fiske/ Junior writer Have you ever wanted to start your own business? Junior Mason Christ started his own business and during the spring of 2023 Christ's lawn care business took off. He started promoting his business to people and he...

Piercings at Blue Ridge

By: Brooke Kelly/ Junior Writer Do you like piercings? The practice of piercing a part of the human body can be traced back thousands of years, according to Encyclopedia of Body Adornment Many students at Blue Ridge High School have piercings,...

Mrs. Krause’s Six Word Memoir Door

By: Emma Davis/Editor-in-Chief Walking throughout school hallways can be pretty dull but most teachers make it their goal to add a little color and inspiration for their students. Aimee Krause, a English teacher at Blue Ridge added a little twist creating...

How BR Students Pick a College

By: Jaydon Barile/Junior Writer For those who are going to college after high school, finding the perfect fit is important. There are more than 4,350 colleges across the United States, so making a decision can be daunting. Some Blue Ridge seniors...

More than a Mozzerella Stick

by: Rheanna Valentine/Senior Writer Lunch is most students’ favorite part of the day. Not only because of the break time, but because it’s the time when most refuel. There are many different lunches provided to us, but only one can...
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NHS elects new officers for the 2024-2025 school year

By: Emily McCarthy/Junior Writer and Editor NHS is a nation wide organization that represents the National Honers Society. The Blue...