Crusaders start mentoring group to help youth Making A Difference By: Jade Brookins and Tatiana McAfee A group of male seniors at King have come together in a positive way to help inspire and mentor middle school boys and break the negative cycles that plague inner-city youth. These eight seniors in Making A Difference (M.A.D.) are Don Barnes, Desjuan Davis, Desmond Foster-Carter, Jamal Hairston, Kamari McHenry, Lorenzo Scott, DeMarcus Taylor, and Jalin Willis.
Living with autism: Please don’t ridicule nor humiliate By Mya Garland Some students may not think that their peers with autism can be typical teens, but many of them are.
“I’m ready to win” Crusader commits to Michigan By: Daimanique Stinson When all the college offers were coming at senior Ambry Thomas he was overwhelmed. As a Crusader, Thomas has played receiver, corner, safety, punt-returner, and kick-returner which culminated into 41 offers.
Coach Michele Lewis-Watts and the Crusaders’ volleyball team are working hard to have a successful season. Lewis has been coaching and producing leaders for 10 years. “I believe that sports is an excellent way for girls in particular to learn a lot of things whether that’s leadership or how strong they can be,” said Lewis. “The goal is always to help each player get better on and off the court.” The team has many wins this season because of the talent on the team. Their current record is 7-1.
Across the nation, it isn't uncommon for students to graduate early. Students graduate a year or more earlier than expected because they’ve earned all their credits.
The Michigan Office Solutions, a Xerox Co., sponsored the Detroit Red Wings Annual High School Journalism Day at Joe Louis Arena.