THE HIGH TIDE

News Catch Up: What is the Power of Student Voice?

Ava Devine, Art's Editor

January 7, 2019

Filed under Features, Global & Local

As a teenager, it can be difficult to maintain interest in the political and social issues that are prominent within the United States, especially when young people's opinions are so often looked down upon by older adults. However, even if our voices may not always feel heard, it is incredibly important to recognize that they are not irrelevant or powerless.

Fall Lookbook

Fall Lookbook

November 4, 2018

Teacher Profile: Ryan Arciero

Carly Achinapura, Reporter

October 20, 2018

Filed under Academics, Issue One

Arciero has a unique teaching style, one filled with kindness and optimism.

Teacher Profile: Ms. Scott

Maria Tjongdrah, Reporter

October 20, 2018

Filed under Academics, Issue One

The back-to-school season can be both frightening and exciting, especially for new students or teachers. There is a sense of individuality and originality in every teacher, and Ms. Scott’s is quite apparent. When in doubt, reference Beyonce.

No Tricks, Just Treats: October Beauty Favorites

Saskia Bejar Diaz, Reporter

October 20, 2018

Filed under Issue One, Student Life

Finding budget-friendly products is difficult. Especially great quality ones; sometimes it is okay to spend a little more pocket money on certain necessities. Here is our feedback on the products we have been loving this month....

Fall Activities Arrive in Fort Myers

Stephanie Zhao, Student Life Staff

October 20, 2018

Filed under Issue One, Student Life

In case Twitter hasn't told you yet, it's Spooky season Greenies. The High Tide has got all of your fall stops.

The Art of Letters: An Account of a PenPal Experience

October 20, 2018

Filed under Global & Local, Issue One, Student Life

Most people have a certain activity they like to do because it engages every aspect of them. The world’s volume is lowered and attention is fixed on one thing. For some, this is a sport; a bowler focuses entirely on the ball ro...

Spirit Levels Soar This Season

October 20, 2018

Filed under Issue One, Sports, Student Life

Shades of green and white have been displayed throughout the school this season. Whether students wear them or they are presented in posters filling the halls, spirit is everywhere. School spirit encourages a sense of belongin...

Kavanaugh Catch Up

Kavanaugh Catch Up

October 19, 2018

No Sparing Success: The FMHS Bowling Team

Gabriel Acosta, Sports Staff

October 19, 2018

Filed under Features, Issue One, Sports

Bowling has long gone unrecognized at FMHS. However, a trip to a bowling alley shows the intensity of the game and an extreme talent.

Teacher Profile: Tran

Brooke Turner, Reporter

October 19, 2018

Filed under Academics, Features, Issue One

Mr. Tran, the new choir teacher (who dabbles in DJing and is a theme park connoisseur), ironically claimed that he never saw himself as a teacher; he hated his music teacher growing up so he shied away from educating. “I went ...

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