Discussing the events and activities here at Seven Lakes High School.
In this episode of the podcast we spoke with the upcoming musical's lead actress, assistant director and stage manager.
We sit down to visit with a couple of our varsity girls players.
We visited with our captains of this year's wrestling team. They shared what it's like to be a high school wrestler and much more.
Today we visited with some of the athletes that have signed with Division 1 schools for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year.
Learn more about marching band and color guard from some of the student leaders.
Joining us to discuss student resilience, stamina in academics, and other mental health issues is our campus certified school psychologist, Ms. Piccolo.
We visit with Student Council officers about this year's homecoming events.
We visit with Career and Technical Education department chair Mrs. Longoria about the wide variety of CTE classes available to Seven Lakes students.
We visit with cast and crew of the fall production "Shakespeare in Hollywood", produced by the Studio VII Theatre Company.
Listen to our Varsity volleyball captains share what they have learned from team sports, their current season, future plans and more.
Today we visit with the crowd captains of our Spartan Crazies, a spirited group of students who's energy definitely helps our athletic teams win.
In our first episode we sit down with our head principal Ms. Finnesand and discuss Covid, school security and the upcoming school year.
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