Through Kai’s Eyes

Kai Stevenson

December 14, 2018

Filed under Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues

What is school for? I ask all of those who are graduating with 3.5-4.0 grade point averages, but barely know how to cook for themselves. For those who could excel at certain subjects, or work better hands on, rather than...

Kynan’s Story

J Henry

December 12, 2018

Filed under Student Life/Teen Issues

Back in the old days the challenged kids were kept away during school. They had their own lunch, different buldings for classes and were treated differently. However at Westside High School these interesting young adults are being...

From home schooled to high school; A teen mom transfer student shares her story

Jayda Gear

December 3, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues

  Westside is very different from what I'm used to. The high schools where I used to live weren’t the best, most students dropped out. Being home-schooled was lonely so I enjoy being around others. It’s so much better to hav...

Idiotic Excuses Struggling Artist Like To Make (Editorial)

Hamunaptra Hills and Savanna Stinchcomb

April 18, 2018

Filed under Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, Uncategorized, We Are Wolverines

  Now, many of you reading this arent artist and couldn't care less about art but stick with me, i' going to make this as interesting as possible.   As we all know, drawing is difficult and it requires a lot...

Was It really a day of rememberance? EDITORIAL

Savanna Stinchcomb, Editor/ News Reporter.

March 26, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Showcase, Spotlight, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, We Are Wolverines

One editor's opinion   Our nation dedicated a day to remember the 17 lives that were taken during a shooting in Parkland. Students particapated in a 17-minute walk out on March 14. Each minute was for each life lost,...

THE DEN

Savanna Stinchcomb and Bryanna Kameka

March 12, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, Uncategorized, We Are Wolverines

More than 160 students have been helped in our schools donation center. The Den was initially started by our 2-year SGA  teacher Ms.   Hendrix. " If our students aren't worrying about what they are   wearing...

For WAKANDA!

For WAKANDA!

February 28, 2018

Ms.Westside Pageant

February 26, 2018

Filed under Listen Up, NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

1.Bria Ellison Mercedes Fournellier Akayla Otis Raven Countryman Milasantia Robinson Brianna Davis 2.Saturday, April 14th @ 6:30 Auditorium 3.Entrance fee of $25. 4.Scholarships & the title of Ms.Westside ...

The ESE Wing Of Happiness

The ESE Wing Of Happiness

February 21, 2018

Lunch PromPosal

Sheik and Chey, Editor in Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues

A prom posal was held recently during third lunch in the cafeteria.  Student Jarell Wise being the proposer set up an interesting performance. Making David White, one of his closest friends, to play music over the microphone. Suspense rises. ...

Insight on the Struggling Transgender

Sheik and Chey, Editor in Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

Having gone through so much as a transgender for more than 6 years opens up to share their view with us. Saying "Being trans you change your body parts but being female to male you change overall." A way to overpass the comments...

Special Needs

Reagan stoker, Editor-in-cheif

February 12, 2018

Filed under Academics, NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

About a third of students have special needs such as deafness,speech problems, and learning  disabilities here at Westside. Mrs Davis is a support facilitation teacher helps 40-50 kids with disabilities in their classes. Her b...

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