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  • November 30Auditions for Spring Musical on Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec 14.
  • November 30SPIRIT WEEK IS COMING! Mon, Dec. 12: Pajama Day! Tues, Dec. 13: Holiday Movie Day! Wed, Dec. 14: White Out! Thurs, Dec. 15: Ugly Sweater Day! Fri, Dec. 16: Flannel Friday!
  • November 30Wednesday, December 7 is a late start!
  • November 30Our first Girls Basketball game at home is this Tuesday, December 6!
  • November 9The Eagle Project needs your help! Click here to learn more.
The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

The Student News Site of Frederick High School

Frederick Lantern

How Can Hair Mean So Much and So Little?

How Can Hair Mean So Much and So Little?

Ryley Anderson, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2022

Hair meant everything to me when my aunt had lost all hers to chemo two years ago. She had beautiful, long, thick, black hair.  I remember the week we flew back up to North Dakota sitting on the gray...

The Sweet Taste of Dirt

The Sweet Taste of Dirt

Bella Neiberger , Student Contributor October 20, 2022

The sides of my cheeks pulled my lips into a tight smile as I stood in a circle around the grooming area. It was the first day of horse camp. The sun shone through the big doors just down the hall, filling...

We had no idea why those owls fell out of the tree.

We had no idea that two days later, bombs would be falling on our heads instead of owls.

Owls: A Memoir of Fear

Scout Editors February 25, 2022
We had no idea why those owls fell out of the tree. We had no idea that two days later, bombs would be falling on our heads instead of owls.
Adoption, or Something Like That

Adoption, or Something Like That

Maddie Chambers March 4, 2021

I pull a California stop at the next red octagon I encounter, which earns a slight eye roll from myself at my own driving and a smart comment from Rachel in the passenger seat. “Nice stop,” Rachel...

Loose Lip Slips

Loose Lip Slips

Camry Brown February 25, 2021

The sun blazed on our roof, turning the house into a scorching hot convection oven. August was not a kind month for our 100-year-old house. Any cold air produced by our pathetic AC unit would leak out...

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