By Raamalaxmi Thiagarajan and Cyrah Emile Fort Lauderdale High School welcomed back Mrs. Lisa Quinn as a Theater 1 and English teacher. Quinn left FLHS when she became pregnant in 2006 and returned with her daughter, who is a ninth-grade student at FLHS. “I really am enjoying being […]
The Fort Lauderdale High School Pre-Law and Public Affairs Magnet Program announced its first-quarter magnet student award winners. FLHS staff who teach a law course were asked to nominate a student from each grade level, and Magnet Coordinator Mrs. Jennifer Muha made the final selections. “I wanted to […]
A new rookie K-pop girl group, “Kep1er”, debuted their first mini-album, ‘First Impact’ on Jan. 3, 2022. The album consisted of 6 songs, with “Wa Da Da” serving as the album’s title track. Their debut was an instant hit. Kep1er’s debut was highly anticipated among K-pop fans. The […]
Six weeks ago, the world collapsed. Angels invaded. Yes, angels as in the biblical flying men who are said to serve God. However, these angels are not at all like the virtuous servants of gods we know from before. These angels are destructive, cold-hearted, selfish, and even murderous. […]
Teachers of hands-on electives at Fort Lauderdale High School are enthusiastic for students to be engaged in their active courses. Chief Daniel Tyson was among those eager to get back into his campus routine and stop teaching on screen. He leads the Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) […]
The Fort Lauderdale High School Pre-Law Magnet Program held its first LawTalk of the 2021-2022 school year on Wednesday, September 15. “It was so nice that community members continued our LAWTalk program virtually last year, but it is so much better in person!” said Pre-Law Magnet Coordinator Ms. Jennifer Muha. […]
Dead Poets Society, previously known as Write The Waves, is a creative writing club at Fort Lauderdale High School. Rebranding the club was the idea of Club President, Joaquina Ortuno (12). “[The movie Dead Poets Society] made the idea of getting together to focus on poetry seem fun […]
The football team played to a 42-20 loss against perennial rivals Dillard in the season opener at the new Lockhart Stadium.