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Ladue Curriculum Appeals to a Wide Variety of Student Interests

Ladue Curriculum Appeals to a Wide Variety of Student Interests

Journey Smith, Features Writer

March 13, 2014


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Animating voices, drawing delicately and stroking a paint brush dipped in bright red acrylic are all examples of activities done in classes available at Ladue High School. Acting 1-3, Drawing 1-2, Painting 1-2 and more are all available to help students hone their non-core study skills. In Acting 1, a clas...

Freshmen: Fresh out of First Semester

Julia Biest, Web Writer

February 21, 2014


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Despite the common notion that only seniors have an “easier” second semester, freshmen, too, tend to have an easier time in the second half of the year. Once second semester rolls around, freshmen have adjusted to the chaotic lifestyle that comes with high school. Freshman Ben Connally agrees. “I’...

Laduettes Take Disney World

Laduettes Take Disney World

Julia Biest, Web Writer

February 5, 2014


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Over the weekend, the Laduettes traveled to Disney World to compete in the National Dance Team Championship. According to http://uda.varsity.com/nationals.aspx, about 330 dance teams performed last year. Every year, about 10,000 people attend the event, explaining why the competition is shown on E...

Resolutions: One Month Later

Resolutions: One Month Later

Julia Biest, Web Writer

January 30, 2014


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At the onset of every new year, America follows various age-old traditions, such as the ball dropping in New York City. One tradition that has become especially prevalent over time is the New Year’s Resolutions. According to statisticbrain.com, about 45 percent of Americans usually make New Year...

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