Knight Life

LHHS Has You Covered in Music, Audio Department

LHHS Has You Covered in Music, Audio Department

Reyna Arellanes, Reporter

March 10, 2020

One of the many CTE classes available is Music and Audio lead by teacher Sam Brindis. This class provides incoming students with the training necessary to secure employment in either the digital audio and/or video fields, with an emphasis on digital audio recording, mixing and editing. As well as video f...

Social Media Icons Speak About Body Positivity

Social Media Icons Speak About Body Positivity

Samantha Martin, Business/Social Media Manager

March 5, 2020

Body positivity is in and body shaming is out; Kourtney Kardashian and Demi Lovato have all spoken out about loving the body you’re in. After Kardashian posted an unorthodox picture of her in a bathing suit, highlighting her stretch marks on Instagram, support and positivity was everywhere in her comment s...

Tension Rises as ACT Comes Fast

Tension Rises as ACT Comes Fast

Maddisyn Gonzales, Reporter

March 2, 2020

The ACT is an important test that has a significant effect on your future. All Juniors take the ACT on March 24 for free at Lake Havasu High School. If you get a high enough score, you will be able to qualify for an array of scholarships and raise your chances of going to your dream college. With th...

Students of Sustainability: Small Changes, Large Impacts

Students of Sustainability: Small Changes, Large Impacts

Eboni Boyd, Reporter

February 26, 2020

Picking up after oneself will remain an important aspect of life until the end of time. Not only does it make things more appealing to the eye, but it also decreases the spread of diseases, protects the wildlife and keeps communities clean. Science teacher Alisha Porosky started a new club on campus call...

Thanksgiving Break Recap

Thanksgiving Break Recap

Jacob Magdaleno, Reporter

December 4, 2019

 Students return from a five day Thanksgiving break, ready for the oncoming winter season. While the break lasted shortly, the events and family greetings were long lasting. Here’s what's been going on with LHHS students over Thanksgiving break. ...

Got An Interview? Here Is How To Dress For The Job!

Got An Interview? Here Is How To Dress For The Job!

Abby Lovell, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Don’t stress when it comes from having to dress for the job. We have the perfect thing for you! With this infographic you can learn how to dress for the job. You’re going to feel better knowing that you can wear that beautiful dress or nice suit you’ve been saving! ...

Goodbye Fall Sports, Hello Winter Sports

Goodbye Fall Sports, Hello Winter Sports

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

November 14, 2019

 As the Fall season comes to an end and we say goodbye to the fall players, involved in football to volleyball. Furthermore, we anticipate that all of the players will enjoy the season as much as those in the stands enjoy watching them play. Many memories have been created during the fall season from the...

Thrilling Facts About the Spooky Month

Thrilling Facts About the Spooky Month

Jacob Magdaleno, Reporter

October 23, 2019

The month of October is an exciting and spooky time for all. The most infamous holiday of the month, Halloween is right around the corner. People are thrilled for October as the scares and the thrills start rolling in. However, there are many more interesting and less scary facts about the scariest ...

JUUL Sending Teens to Hospital

JUUL Sending Teens to Hospital

Eboni Boyd, Proofreader

September 26, 2019

Since its debut in 2017, the JUUL vaporizer has become a staple for high school students. JUULs were designed to help former smokers get a hit of nicotine without having to smoke real cigarettes. Even though it’s massively popular, the side effects of nicotine are beginning to show up and it’s sending d...

Affordable Ways to Dress Up for Spirit Days

Affordable Ways to Dress Up for Spirit Days

Ashley Bucknum, Managing Editor

September 24, 2019

It’s that time of year again: Homecoming Spirit Week! This is one of our few chances, as students, to wear whatever we want to school (within the school dress code, of course). Even though we are given the option to wear our own clothing, there are still several people who don’t dress up. Maybe it...

Save Money, Get Scholarships

Save Money, Get Scholarships

Judy Ann Quang, Reporter

September 3, 2019

Every student gets a step closer to graduating from high school and endless opportunities lay ahead.  After graduating, students attend a community college, trade school, four year university or join the military. Although a majority of people choose to attend college, they don't always realize the c...

Teen Pregnancy: Prevention or Preparation

Teen Pregnancy: Prevention or Preparation

Kelly Fee, Reporter

May 6, 2019

The two faint lines on the light colored stick inform her that for the next nine months she’ll be eating for two. Teenage pregnancy is an epidemic that has been affecting thousands of young girls every year since the 1970’s. While teen pregnancy rates have dropped dramatically in last 28 years, ...

Seniors Take Day Off School

Seniors Take Day Off School

Trinity Vessells, Copy Editor

May 2, 2019

Every year, there is one day where LHHS is missing approximately one-fourth of its student body. Senior classes are full of nothing but teachers and the sound of the AC, and the parking lot is desolate. This day is known as Senior Ditch Day, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. Instead of goi...

College Credits all Come Down to One Test: Is it Worth It? 

College Credits all Come Down to One Test: Is it Worth It? 

Ashley Bucknum, Reporter

May 1, 2019

You sign up for an Advanced Placement (AP) class. Two semesters and nearly one hundred dollars later, the day comes that will decide whether you receive college credits for the course you completed. One day, one test, one chance. AP is a program that offers college-level courses on our high school camp...

The Student News Site of Lake Havasu High School
Infographics