Calling all seniors! [Read more…]
I took a field trip for art to West Florida University recently. This collection of works really interested me and shows incredible works from the artist Aubrey Beardsley. [Read more…]
I want to do a lot of fun and interesting stuff this summer. It has been a long school year but it went by fast, and now it’s time to enjoy my break. [Read more…]
Lydia Harvey is a sophomore at Foley High School. She’s a part of Foley’s color guard and winter guard. She likes to hang out with her friends (Zoe, Tyler, Ariel, and McKenzie) or scroll through social media during her free time. Her friends describe her as a small nuclear ball of energy. One thing she wants to do is learn a foreign language. [Read more…]
By: Heriberto Leal
Junior year, thank you for the amazing memories. As most people say, “Junior year is very stressful.” That is very true, but it depends what you make out of it. I can say that I survived, and that I have another year left at Foley High School. I still cannot believe that I am about to be a senior. I close my eyes, and think about kindergarten; how I wanted to grow up already. Time flies in just a blink of an eye.
Upcoming freshmen, sophomores, and juniors; please do not rush anything. I promise you, you will get to a point in life where you will wonder where time went. I am fully aware of what my future holds. I know what I want to do in college. I know where I want to go for medical school, but there are days where I am not ready for this new step in life. Please take everything slow, do not procrastinate, and do not let anything distract you.
This year, I have gained so much knowledge of my future that I am ready to get into it. I do not want to leave my house already, but I do want to go to college. It is a journey that will be so long. I am very grateful for all my teachers. I can never forget each of them because they have taught me a lot. They truly have passion for teaching and enjoy what they do.
Every service event I participated in this year conveyed a message of the importance of serving the community. Every conference I attended for leadership has impacted my life in numerous ways. In the future, I want my children to do the same. Actually, I know for a fact that they will do an even a better job. I know for a fact that I had the ability to help numerous people, and that is something I would never change. For my senior year, I hope to do show gratitude in serving the community because I enjoy the feeling of giving back. I am aware that in the future, I will receive that help in return.
This year, I built so many friendships that I can still see maintaining in the future. I am very thankful for all the great people I met this year because they have shown what a true friendship is. I am not a person who enjoys drama or being mean. I am always willing to start new friendships, and that is the way I am. I know there were so many times this year where I felt very stressed and like I did not know what to do. Luckily, that is now over and I can take a vacation to relax. Senior year, you might be stressful too because of AP Biology, AP Calculus, and all the other AP classes plus EMT, but I am ready!
I cannot thank everyone my friends enough for being supportive, and I hope that will continue. You guys have impacted my life in many positive ways. I hope we continue being friends forever. I really want to see your success throughout my life. I cannot believe junior year is over and that I am about to be a senior. It is unbelievable.
I wish I could live childhood memories again. I miss a lot of things from when I was a child, but hey… I am about to start my future career soon. I will be the best doctor and I know that for a fact. I want to be fully dedicated to my career and all the years of college. I am going to miss junior year!
My brother at his tournament ; they got second place.
By McKenzie Stiles
Junior year, you really tested me. This has been an eventful year for me, to say the least. I have made new friends, tried new things, and of course found another little piece of me that I did not know was there. You really did give me tears; I cried for family members who passed, friends that I’ve lost, grades that dropped for five seconds, and so many more things. [Read more…]
Kayla Stringer is a junior at Foley High School. She enjoys painting and doing creative things outside of school. She is in Junior Ambassadors, FEC, and Colorguard in the band. She is very indecisive and mostly quiet, but when you get to know her, she’s still quiet. [Read more…]
The Foley Girls’ Athletics recently held the 2018-19 Lady Lions Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 16, 2019. [Read more…]
Amber Bennett is a junior at Foley High School in the graduating class of 2020. After school, Amber works at a fast food restaurant the days she does not have practice. Amber is in the winterguard for her high school and plans to do colorguard and winterguard at the University of South Alabama after she graduates. She is also in clubs such as National Honor Society and Junior Ambassadors, which she enjoys being in. Her personality is quiet but friendly, and she also loves to read.
This is my second Cars & Coffee article, which are my favorite articles to write. I went to last months Cars & Coffee event with a couple of my friends: Dawson, Robert, Dylan, Brett, Alyssa, and Evan. We all met up at the Alabama Point pass under the bridge and drove along the beach to Gander Outdoors of Pensacola to the event, which takes place every fourth Saturday of the month at 8 am-10 am. [Read more…]