WHSMB: Sailing to a Stadium Near You!

Staff Writer: Emily Hammond Woodstock High School’s Marching Band has been working all summer long to bring a pirate themed halftime show to football stadiums. They’ve worked more than eight hours a week over the past three and a half months leading up to preforming on the football field in front of an audience. With […]

The Life Behind the Scenes of Emily Jacobs 

Staff Writer: Ximena Rojas   Emily Jacobs was born in Woodstock, Georgia, on November 16, 2007. She is enrolled here at Woodstock High and is currently taking all Honors courses. Emily is in her freshman year, class of 2026.  Her favorite subjects are Math and English Literature. She is very organized and always on top […]

Local Woodstock Talent Releases Astounding EP 

Staff Writer: Danika Audrey Beaton  Five Piece Kit, an alternative/indie rock band made up of current and former Woodstock High School students released their first EP on August 20th. The members of this band consist of current Woodstock High School student Austin Kramer and former Woodstock High School students Michael Gentile, Josh Hair, and Jared […]

Woodstock Boys Lacrosse Ready to Build on Sweet Sixteen Run

Staff Writer: Peyton Schroeder The Woodstock Boys Lacrosse team is about to start their 2022 season following last season’s Sweet Sixteen playoff run. There are many stars returning this season to hopefully make an even deeper playoff run, several players have changed positions to help better the team, and this season will also be the […]

Weather and Sports: Mother Nature Does Not Like Softball

Staff Writer: Hannah Stickle Woodstock softball season is here! The softball season started this month, and we could not be happier! After scorching summer training and rained out practices, the games have officially started. Despite the weather complications this year our season is off to a great start!   Summer Weather  We have had remarkably interesting weather this year! Ranging from 98 degrees all the way down to the […]

A New Opportunity

Staff Writer: Emme Ganster From a small farming community in South Dakota to Friday night lights in Atlanta, Coach Hoff’s life has been a journey fueled by his passion for life and for the game of football. Last spring, this journey led Hoff to accept a position as Woodstock High School’s new football coach. Troy Hoff […]

Woodstock is here to help

Staff Writer: Abbey Skouras   Due to the Covid-19 pandemic people across the U.S. had to quarantine and disconnect from work, friends, sports, and social gatherings, with such a big disconnect depression and anxiety starts to linger.   With this pandemic we are out of place and our entire routine has been thrown off, causing depression rates to be higher than we have seen in years.  A study done by the CDC reported, “To assess mental health, substance use, […]

The Diversity Club: A New Chapter of Woodstock High School

Staff Writer: Grace Cohen Woodstock High School has added several new after school programs for students in recent years, all with unique and interesting missions, but one this year stands out: The Diversity Club. The idea was hatched at the beginning of this school year,after revolutionary conversations and thoughts were shared over the summer about diversity at Woodstock; and the world as a whole.  The creation of the club was a group effort of teachers, and now club […]

Woodstock High School’s Band Program: How They’re Dealing with Online Learning

Staff Writer: Connor McPhillips As of the beginning of August, Woodstock High School of Cherokee county signed up for the 2020-2021 school year. However, halfway through the month of August, Woodstock once again had to shut its doors due to the infamous COVID-19. School continued, though, as an online learning routine for the following two […]

Our New “Classrooms”

Staff Writer: Molly McWethy This year started off with what we thought would only be a few changes, but after about a week and a half there was one Jurassic change. Everyone had to switch to online school. We did this for the last three months of school and we basically had to teach ourselves […]