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Feature Week in Pictures

Week in Pictures | August 27-30, 2018

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Feature In the Classroom

Popcorn & Movie

Ms. Kelley’s Career Education course invested the last few days to learning about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. To reinforce core concepts, students viewed Disney’s The Lion King during class prior to the Labor Day holiday. And just to add some theater magic to the experience, popcorn was, indeed, popped.

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Dear Abby Opinion

Friendly New Girl

DEAR ABBY: I’m new to the school, and I don’t know anyone. How do I make friends? — FRIENDLY NEW GIRL DEAR FRIENDLY NEW GIRL: Welcome to Ascension Christian! I hope you will enjoy your time here and will have many fond memories of your high school career.  In order to have friends, you need to […]

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High School News

Homecoming Proposals Begin…

Homecoming proposals are already happening! Reminder: ACH HOCO is October 6, 2018. Now, the first person on our list who asked for a date was Elijah Huber. When he asked Michelle Juban with a poster and flowers, the gym was packed. They were talking and hanging out like any other morning then Elijah approached her […]

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Editorials Opinion

The Homecoming Dress Craze!

Other than maybe graduation and Prom, the most talked about event of any high school student career is HOMECOMING! No matter which school or which decade you experience HOCO, there are always two big questions that every girl talks about: who is asking who and what color is your dress? As far as who is […]

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Dear Abby Opinion

HOCO MAKES ME NERVO!

DEAR ABBY: Help! I need advice asking a certain girl to homecoming. I am a fairly shy guy, and she is usually quiet too. I’ve known her forever. I really really don’t want to ask anything too specific. But I really could use some help! Maybe even lots of help. Thanks! — ONE NERVOUS DUDE […]

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Feature In the Classroom Junior High

Coastal Roots Program | Louisiana History PBL Course

Mrs. Kleinpeter’s Louisiana history PBL (Project Based Learning) course presented a proposal to administration earlier this week. For their first project, several students pitched the Coastal Roots Program to administration. This program educates and su pports tree planting along the Louisiana coastline and is aligned with engineering standards associated with LSU’s Engineering Program. Administration listened to […]

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Feature Weekly Video Bulletins

Weekly Bulletin | August 29, 2018

Lion Nation News Weekly Bulletin covering campus life, sports, and features from August 23 through August 29, 2018.

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Lion Nation News

The Comeback

Sports Reporter Derrick Varnado: What does it mean to be one of the top 10 players in Ascension Parish to want to come out and watch? Kylie Jones: Well to me it means a lot, because I’ve been working on volleyball for a very long time. I’ve always wanted to be recognized for something and this […]

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Feature In the Classroom

Drones in the Sky

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Feature Pop Culture Top Tens

Top Ten Female Empowered Super Heroes/Villians

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Lion Nation News

2018-2019 Volleyball Team

2018-2019 Volleyball Team Last name                                       First name Grade Anderson Kate 10 Buckles Olivia 10 Cancienne Camille 11 Chenevert Macee 12 Varsity Crifasi Amy 10 Fontenot Amanda 8 Jones Kylie 12 Varsity Jones Melanie 8 Lerille Stevie 11 Lewis Grace 10 Marcello Savannah 12 Varsity Millet Elise 10 Perise Sydney 10 Raven Christiana 9 Swanson […]

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2018-2019 Cheer Roster

Varsity Roster Last name First name Grade Bosworth   Brynn 9 Chenevert Macee 12 Dawson Dakota 7 Glaze Rhaylee 10 Hebert Madison 11 Klienpeter Emma 10 Lambert Ella 7 McDaniel Mackenze 9 Rattler Skylar 7 Roussel Sophie 9 Schmidt Lauren 8 Sylvester Madeline 11 Head Coach: Rachel Lambert Asst Coach: Noell Balzier

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Lion Spotlight 2018: Vol. 3  

What is Lion Spotlight, and how are students chosen? Click here. Lion Spotlight 2018: Vol. 3 What are some of your favorite activities outside of school? Haven Simoneaux: Basketball, Football, and other sports. Riley Fearheiley: Fortnite. Jordan Johnson: Basketball and video games. Gianni Taylor: Shopping and sewing. Derrick Varnado: Basketball, football, and Fortnite. What is your favorite subject in school? Why? […]

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Feature In the Classroom

Self Portraits | Art I & II

Ms. Ramogos’ Art I & Art II course Self Portraits on a Grey Scale Students were only given black and white paint that they had to mix to create a variety of colors. I think each one came out great and unique to the artist. -Ms. Ramogos

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High School News

ALUMNI COLLEGE PANEL 2018

During the first week of school, Ascension Christian High’s alumni returned to share some wisdom and practical advice with the senior class about choosing a college. We had a variety of alumni with a mix of career plans and academic fields reflected. Each offered great advice to our seniors. Discussion mostly centered around future career […]

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ACH Football Roster

ACH FOOTBALL ROSTER Name and Number Height Weight Position 1. Andrew Ritchie  5’10 150 RB/LB 2. Jaden Barton  5’7 145   WR/DB 4. Nathan Bledsoe  5’10 130 WR/DB 7. Derrick Varnado  5’10 165 WR/S 8. Zachary Diez  5’9 135 QB/DB 10. Hunter Jacobs  5’9 150 WR/DB 12. Adin Carter          5’7 140 […]

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…DRUM LINE Season Begins!

  Football DRUM LINE Season by Daniel Weimer Beyond the bleachers, Marching to the new beat… In my experience, drum line has always been a roller coaster of ups and downs, but this year we’ve grown more and faster than ever before. I am happy to announce that we have twelve members on our team! […]

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Feature Make Me Laugh

Yearbook Shananigans

Just when you think that you know what you’re doing…

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Feature In the Classroom Junior High

Honey, I Shrunk the Solar System!

by Amanda Fontenot, Melanie Jones & Victoria Turner Last week Mrs. Cameron’s middle school science classes did a project where they created a scale model of our solar system. To represent the Sun, they used a basketball. They put the “Sun” as deep in the woods as they could, then the students went to the […]