The FLHS Navigator team is introducing a new weekly article feature! These articles will highlight students’ individuality and uniqueness by sharing some of the best outfits seen through the week. Additionally, it will reveal the common fashion trends while exploring the thought process behind these choices. This week […]
In January 2020, Kasim Liburd received the opportunity to reform Fort Lauderdale High School’s Chess Club. The club was originally formed in the 2016-2017 school year and experienced a slow yet steady intake of students until the Covid-19 pandemic hit in March 2020. For the remainder of the […]
Fort Lauderdale High School started off its second week of the 2022-2023 school year with a Welcome Week. Monday began with Tye Dye Day, bringing all the classes together before the students dressed in their dividing class colors later in the week. “The tye-dye shirt with the Flying […]
Fort Lauderdale High School started off the 2022-2023 school year receiving two prestigious honors. The school earned an “A” grade from the state of Florida for the 2021-2022 school year and is currently ranked in the top five percent of United States high schools. “I’m extremely proud of […]
The Navigator presents the senior updates for the first quarter.
Originally approved July 28, 2021, Broward County Public Schools has instituted a mask mandate for the 2021-2022 school year. With the COVID-19 pandemic showing few signs of stopping, the decision was made to prioritize the safety of the Fort Lauderdale High School community. There was apprehension among all […]
Approximately 70 Fort Lauderdale High School seniors gathered at the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park this past Saturday, August 21, to celebrate the beginning of their fourth and final year as FLHS students with a Senior Sunset. The informal event, which was held outdoors, consisted of various games and […]
The beginning of the school year has been a rocky one for the class of 2021. The pressure of college applications, taking entrance exams, and planning for the future are important to many seniors. Fortunately, we are here to keep you updated on the important events that are on the horizon as we enter the second quarter.
From the typical issues that come with online school to SAT cancellations, with this year’s transition to a digital platform and the pressure of college admissions, Fort Lauderdale High School’s seniors have many concerns. Seniors are having trouble grappling with this year’s changes. “Honestly, this is not what […]
Now that classes have shifted to home-based, distance learning models, students across the United States most likely have many despondent feelings to deal with. It is tough on both teachers and students to figure out how to efficiently have an online class. Aside from the schooling aspect, kids […]