The Patriot

  • The Spring Literary Tea will be held beginning at 9:10 on Tuesday, April 9.
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  • The induction for the Quill and Scroll: The National Honorary Society for High School Journalists will take place on Thursday, April 11.
Paige Alban, In-Focus Editor 2016-17

Paige Alban, In-Focus Editor 2016-17, In-Focus Editor

Junior Paige Alban is both a Managing and In-Depth Editor for The Patriot and This is her first year on staff and second year taking journalism. Alban also participates in cross country and track and field. She is a member of the Service Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes as well. Outside JC, Alban enjoys eating pizza and taking lengthy naps. She can also can be seen making specialty coffee drinks at Coffee Coffee in Bel Air. Paige Alban can be reached for comments at [email protected].

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Students may find themselves struggling to balance their job, social life, and academics. However, the stressful situations that come along with having a job in high school are outweighed by the benefits.

Jobs bring new perspective to high school

Paige Alban, Co-Editor in Chief
November 3, 2017
Senior Ashlee Kothenbeutel holds homemade medals awarded to top finishers in the 5k. The race was held on Oct. 21 and raised almost $800 to help refurbish the track.

Senior fundraises to resurface track

Paige Alban, co-Editor in Chief
October 30, 2017
Junior Laura Amhrein passes an opponent on her way to the finish line at the Mustang Invite on Sept. 2. The womens cross country team finished with a 2-5 record in-conference this year.

[PHOTO] Women’s Cross Country

Daniel Robinson, Sports Editor
November 29, 2016
Fashion trends fall upon us

Fashion trends “fall” upon us

Paige Alban, In-Focus Editor
November 18, 2016
What fall activity should you try?

What fall activity should you try?

Paige Alban, In-Focus Editor
October 17, 2016
The administration has recently modified the womens dress code policy to require skirts to reach the top of the knee. This is a change from the previous policy, which stated that skirts could be, at most, three inches above the knee.

New women’s dress code introduced

Paige Alban, In-Focus Editor
September 15, 2016
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