Ladue Lead

Excuses, Excuses, Excuses: Part I

Yoav Kadan, Web Editor

September 24, 2013

Filed under Features, Recent Stories

At Ladue High School, students and teachers alike have their “busy days.” During these days, as we all know, work is virtually impossible to achieve, what with sports, club meetings, family events, and distracting technology. Yet, there are ample responsibilities to fulfill: students have homewor...

AP World: The Hardest Class at Ladue?

AP World: The Hardest Class at Ladue?

Hannah Frankel, Features Writer

September 12, 2013

Filed under Features, Opinions, Top Stories

Ladue High School offers a wide variety of classes. If students want, they can take anything from Painting I to Calculus III. Of course, some classes are far more difficult than others. Those tougher classes force students to work incredibly hard to maintain a solid grade. In the eyes of many students,...

Ladue Stream Clean a Huge Success

Hayden Hunt, Features Writer

September 10, 2013

Filed under Features, News

The Stream Clean that took place Saturday, Sep. 7 was a huge success according to senior Elyse Mack, president of the Student Sustainability Initiative. The SSI is a new group that Mack started whose goal is to make the school greener. Mack felt inspired by the actions that took place at various Pa...

Top Five Things Not to Do on the First Day of School

Yoav Kadan, Web Editor

August 13, 2013

Filed under Features

First impressions: we all get them and we all make them. And what better time to make one than the time you meet new people? Unfortunately, that's the only time there is. Every single person at school, including students, teachers and administrators, has one shot at determining the way others first see hi...

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