The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The high school has not had a college and career counselor since 2019. These counselors can help students find their path, either continuing their education or joining the workforce.

Editorial: Reintroducing college and career counseling position

The Red Ledger Staff November 9, 2021

The high school terminated the role of college and career counselor in 2019. Since then, the school has rotated through multiple counselors in each school year, but none have held the spot. College and...

We dont say goodbye to it the day we turn eighteen and become legalized as adults. We say goodbye as we grow out of the carefree, pure people we used to know.

Candied Recollections

Sarah Hibberd, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

As children, adults would always tell us not to grow up too fast. Of course, when you're nine, twelve or even fifteen, that proposal means nearly nothing to you. However, it's not because it's a cliche...

On The Spots feature community members perspectives on relevant topics.

On The Spot: New staff

Anna Frost, Staff Writer September 1, 2021

The new school year brought new changes on staff, including administration and role changes and new transfers. 45% of the staff is new for the district. Six new staff share their reasons for joining the...

On The Spots feature community members perspectives on relevant topics.

On The Spot: Senior expectations

Mathias Alling, Section Editor August 19, 2021

During senior year, students face a variety of expectations and set goals regarding subjects from prom to varsity sports. Over the past two academic years, schools limited activities because of COVID-19;...

So Zoom, thank you for being the “savior” of the world, but your time in the spotlight is over.

Column: Zoomed out

Hannah Gonzalez, Graphic Designer May 18, 2021

Dear Zoom, They say that you only have one chance to make a good first impression. Well, I consider yours adequate. In less than a week, you became the savior of the world; the “messiah” to our...

On The Spots feature community members perspectives on relevant topics.

On The Spot: Graduation plans

Audrey McCaffity , Staff Writer May 17, 2021

As the school year comes to an end, seniors celebrate their time in high school through a variety of activities. With COVID-19 regulations changing, seniors share how they plan to celebrate with family...

TRLs Maddi Linsteadt and Hannah Cole share their thoughts on staying home or leaving for college.

Difference in diplomas

May 14, 2021

Moving on after high school imparts different feelings among each student. TRL’s Hannah Cole and Maddi Linsteadt share their perspectives on life after graduation.

Now, if you know me, you know that the idea of getting into a good college was important to me throughout the course of high school. But after applying to my long list of schools, and undergoing one of the most mentally and emotionally draining courses of eight months during my senior year, I finally understood what my time in high school truly did for me.

Senior Goodbye: Unforgettable experiences

Arushi Gupta, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

I would be lying if I said that I knew what I wanted to write about for this column, which is surprising because I’ve been looking forward to graduating since freshman year. After saying goodbye to three...

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