THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

Touchdown scored by 14, Tyrone Williams Jr., during the 2nd quarter. Seminole high school beats Lyman 62-0 on 9/10/2021

The Seminoles Outrun the Greyhounds, 62-0

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief September 11, 2021

While Seminole High was widely predicted to beat Lyman,  62-0 was an outstanding score. With this being the first game of the season against a familiar team it was a great morale boost for both the team,...

Author and Teacher at Seminole High School, Richardson McGhee, is pictured here holding one of her books. The book she holds now is her first publish, titled “A Harlet’s Heart.”

AN AUTHOR AMONG US

Phoebe Sousa, Reporter September 7, 2021

Walking down the halls, did you ever think that one of our teachers is a bestselling author? From lecturing a few thousand students, to selling a few hundred novels, Brenda Richardson-McGhee has become...

At Seminole High School there are so many sports and activities that are available to our students. If you like to run, swim, dive, or even golf there is a club for you.

2021-2022 CLUBS AND SPORTS AT SHS

Ava Flaute, Reporter September 7, 2021

As the school year  kicks off, we are beginning to be introduced to many new clubs and sports. Being part of  extracurricular activities is a great  way to get involved in your school. Not only that,...

Go Noles!

Football Frenzy

Isabel Gomez, Reporter September 7, 2021

Our Seminole Noles faced off against Riverview Sarasota and brought home another victory! The game ended with a score of Seminoles 35- Riverview Sarasota 6. The game had a rocky start , according to football...

Seminole High School Senior and Varsity volleyball setter Haley Elbert pictured above.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: HALEY EBBERT

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter September 7, 2021

Senior, Haley Ebbert, is a varsity volleyball player and a new student to Seminole High School (SHS). For her first three years of highschool she attended University High School and played club volleyball...

Go Noles!

A Bright Light Under a Stormy Sky

Mahalla Hynes, Editor-in-Chief September 4, 2021

Last night the Seminole High School varsity dominated the field defeating North Miami Beach 38 to 0. The team worked so hard to be able to dominate the field like this. It was an exciting experience for...

Students can volunteer to help their communities. You can earn extra credit hours and many scholarship opportunities.

Volunteering Tips and Ideas

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter April 29, 2021

There are many reasons students participate in volunteering ranging from scholarships to a feeling of moral obligation. Service often brings people joy because it is exciting to know you have helped someone...

Due to Covid-19, Seminole High School Seniors did not get their usual prom. Fortunately, SHS decided to throw a Golden Noles Gala, a safer alternative to prom.

Seminole Hosts First Ever Golden Noles Gala

Sejal Mohan, Reporter April 28, 2021

On April 10, the seniors at Seminole High School attended the Golden Noles Gala. Since this school year has had many activities altered or removed due to COVID-19, the seniors are considering this as their...

High school can be tough to navigate, especially for underclassmen who are new to the whole concept. Though the high school experience is unique for every individual, here is some advice that seniors would give to help those who are new!

Dear Underclassmen: A Letter From A Senior

Christina Davenport, Reporter April 27, 2021

Dear underclassmen, Some of the most common phrases you will hear a senior say is “I can’t wait to leave,” “I can’t wait to graduate,” or “I can’t wait to get out of this town.” But...

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA is a form used to seek students eligibility for student aid.

FAFSA Requirements

Samhitha Katuru, Reporter April 26, 2021

With graduation approaching closely, the senior class of 2021 now has the option of enrolling for The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA is a form filled out by current and eventual...

The time for the class of 2021 to depart is approaching. Though many senior events have been cancelled due to Covid-19, arrangements to say our goodbyes are in production. The graduation ceremony is expected to take place at UCF’s Football Stadium.

Senior Graduation Plans: 2021

Christina Davenport, Reporter April 19, 2021

Undoubtedly,  the graduating classes of both 2020 and 2021 have truly had a freakshow of a “high school experience” due to the effects of the pandemic. Students have missed out on lifelong dreams...

Bright Futures is a scholarship program offered to students in the state of Florida with certain SAT/ACT scores, but this year there is talk of changing that.

Bright Futures May Not Be So Bright

Samhitha Katuru, Reporter April 16, 2021

For generations, the Florida Bright Futures scholarship program has provided thousands of students with the ability to attend college, awarding those with potential with grants and funds to receive higher-level...

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