Some kids and some teachers feel that the school day should be adjusted.
King’s theme for Spirit Week, held the week of Oct. 2, was “There’s no place like King,” a remix from The Wizard of Oz’s “There’s no place like home.” Teachers and senior advisors Marnett Bentley and Leslie Spain came up with the idea.
Every Tuesday after school in the Renaissance High School media center, six students discuss Bible scriptures and politics in a Christian faith group.
Renaissance High School band plans on heading to Canada this fall to perform in the Santa Claus Parade. RHS is participating in the parade for its third year. The parades take place in cities such as Windsor, Amherstburg, Kingsville, and Essex.
By the time a student becomes a senior, he or she has very important decisions to make. Students have to get their priorities in order to make sure they walk across the stage this summer. “It’s a lot more work being a senior. You have to crack down on your work and make sure you have all your credits,” said senior Raquon Walker. Being a senior can be very challenging and very exciting.
Class of 2017...... We are leaving this school on the road of success. The memories that we take with us will be the things that keep us motivated.
King has many clubs and organizations but one that does not get a lot of recognition is Crusaders for Christ. This faith-based group allows students to express their religious beliefs and focuses on sharing the word of God with other students. “Crusaders for Christ started before I got here at King," said math teacher Dwayne Harvey.
Alvin Ailey Theatre Welcomes East English Village Dance Team by Travae Davis and Zarieah Davis From April 6th – 9th, East English Village’s Dance Team visited the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre in New York accompanied by their Dance Teacher, Rosalind Leath.
Future Project Host Workshops Focusing On Teen Dating Violence Prevention by Iyana Hardy Healthy relationship consists of several factors: trust, respect, communication, and honesty.
The Class of 2017 are ending their time at University Preparatory High School with a month packed full of activities. To kick off the activities UPrep held the senior pinning ceremony at Burton Manor on March 17.
The Eye of the Hurricane staff interviewed Frederick Douglass principal Berry Greer so students could learn a little more about him. Question: What aspect of your job do you enjoy the most? Seeing the boys grow from boys to young men because most of them have been here since sixth grade. Answer: What are your hobbies? My hobbies are model rockets and I also play in a big band [Ben's Friends]. Q: What was your position before being principal? A: I came up through the ranks, I was a dean of students and assistant principal. Q: What inspired you to be a principal? A: I [was] never really inspired to be a principal.