What color do you see?

Staff Writer: Selene Gomez First it was the dress now it’s the shoe!  Social media has gone crazy trying to figure out if this image of a shoe is pink with white outlines or gray and blue outlines, and it all started with a post on Facebook made by Nicole Coulthard. She argued that she saw the shoe a whole different color than her […]

Preparing to Dive into the Lost City of Atlantis

Staff Writer: Hannah Suh If you haven’t already done so, mark your calendars students of Woodstock High School because prom is around the corner! As spring break leads us into April, prom becomes the topic of many conversations. People are in search of dates, dresses, suits, rides, dinner reservations, and so much more. While many […]

Get Paid to Leave School

Staff Writer: Mayson Cambron It is no secret that countless students are tired of the long school days, the overwhelming amount of homework, and the lack of “free” time between class, work and extracurriculars. There is some good news though! Woodstock High School offers a program called Work-Based Learning that many students take full advantage […]

Gathering all Thespians

Section writer: Hannah Suh Hundreds of thespians all around Georgia traveled across town to be a part of one big convention: Thescon. Thescon is a conference that brings together many of the students from the Drama program from high schools all over Georgia, allowing them to watch one another perform, take part in workshops led […]

The Orchestra at WHS

Staff Writer: Selene Gomez   Jazlyn Saucedo, sophomore, says. “I’ve been in Orchestra for five years and I play the violin. I joined Orchestra because it’s a fun activity to get away from school work and relax. My favorite part about it is playing at concerts and going to LGPE, which is Large Group Performance Evaluation.   LGPE […]

It’s Just Choosing Your Future, No Pressure!

Section Writer: Hannah Suh It is that time of the year again! Time to start thinking about next year before this semester has even started. Time to start asking all of the upperclassmen which class is better on college applications or which ones are easiest. Time to start meeting with counselors, planning out schedules and […]

Giving Children Hope

Staff Writer: Mayson Cambron Throughout Woodstock High School, there are so many different clubs and opportunities for students to get involved with their community and be a part of something bigger than just themselves. One of the newest clubs, Giving Children Hope (GCH) was founded in 2017 by senior Katherine Relick, and this club is […]