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Career and Technical Education classes can be taken at Rennaissance High or Owyhee High. These classes are offered to all West Ada students and include EMT, firefighter, construction, police, culinary, CNA, medical terminology and computer technology I & II.

CTE Courses are Available to All Students Looking for Hands-on Experience

Azriel Bennett, Reporter February 23, 2024

At Eagle High, plenty of students want to do their best, and try and get an associate’s degree before they graduate. One way to accomplish that is taking a CTE, or Career and Technical Education, path...

February News Briefs

February News Briefs

Sydnee Seeley, Copy Editor February 23, 2024

Academic Decathlon The Aca Deca Club competed in the Academic Decathlon Regional Competition the weekend of Feb. 9 through Feb.11. The club had several students medal individually, and they all did...

Students are Able to Take College and AP Classes to Earn College Credit While in High School

Students are Able to Take College and AP Classes to Earn College Credit While in High School

Claire Rasmussen, Reporter February 23, 2024

While in high school, it is important for students to take into consideration the college they want to attend while choosing classes. Eagle High offers many great classes at a higher level. College and...

Nampa School District Changes to Four-Day Week Amidst Budget-Cutting Decisions

Nampa School District Changes to Four-Day Week Amidst Budget-Cutting Decisions

Cole McAdams, Copy Editor February 23, 2024

The nearby Nampa School District announced on Dec. 18 that it would close three elementary schools, with a middle school later joining that list. On Jan. 26, The district containing around 4,000 high school...

This year for the Battle of the Bolt, the fundraiser was for six-year-old Lily. Lily’s dream is to go to a petting zoo in Tennessee, and a friendly competition between Owyhee High and Eagle High raised money for the cause.

Eagle High Rallies Behind Fundraiser for a Six-Year-Old Battling Leukemia

Grace Merrill, Copy Editor February 1, 2024

In a heartwarming act, Eagle High has undertaken a special project to raise funds for Lily, a brave 6-year-old girl battling acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Lily who loves animals, dancing and being a big...

The murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were extremely devastating for family members of the victims and students at University of Idaho. Pictured above is the Hello Walk located on the University of Idaho campus, leading to the administration building. Students are trying to heal since the tragedy happened.

New Information Arises Concerning the Murders in Moscow, Idaho

Aren Monk, Reporter January 30, 2024

One of the most tragic events that happened in Idaho, just over a year ago. On Nov. 13, 2022, four college students at the University of Idaho were tragically, allegedly by Bryan Kohberger. This event...

January Newspaper Briefs

January Newspaper Briefs

Sydnee Seeley, Copy Editor January 30, 2024

Advanced Acting The Eagle High Theatre Department is preparing for the play, “The Yellow Boat” written by David Saar that will be performed on Feb. 21-24. This play will stray from the comedic farces...

In N Out Has finally opened in Meridian, Idaho. Idahoans can now enjoy a good burger in the Gem State.

In-N-Out Has Officially Opened

Karlee Patterson, Photographer January 30, 2024

In-N-Out has officially opened on Dec. 14, 2023, At the Village in Meridian, Idaho. This marks the 400th store that the In-N-Out restaurant has opened. Idaho has been waiting a long time for In-N-Out to...

The library can be a productive and quiet study environment, but it can also be a fun environment with great events such as the Wii bowling tournament, candy count and five days of Christmas crafts.

The Library Holds a Gaming Event and Gets an Unexpected Turnout

Aiden Goodell, Copy Editor December 14, 2023

The library will be hosting a large array of events in December and onward. From the popular Wii Bowling Tournament, arts, and crafts, guess the amount of candy and the Literary Games Reading Challenge,...

Senior Dustin Todd, senior Thomas Stevens and junior Elizabeth Baruch hold presents next to a Christmas tree. Many students at Eagle High will share the Christmas spirit by giving gifts to their friends and family members this year.

Eagle High Welcomes Christmas in These Chilly Weeks Leading up to Break

Valerie Chaves, Reporter December 14, 2023

Eagle High's hallways are starting to feel festive because of the decorations and the occasional snowfalls. People tend more to be charitable, loving and caring during the Christmas season because their...

The Idaho ski and snowboard season is in full swing. Ski resorts all over Idaho are open for business as winter slowly approaches. Tamarack, Bogus Basin and Brundage have been working on cat tracks, terrain parks and maintaining runs.

Skiers Slide Into Local Ski Resorts

Caleb Zawadzki, Reporter December 14, 2023

Local ski slopes are opening soon. With three resorts including Brundage, Tamarack and Bogus Basin within two and a half hours from each other and the heart of Boise. These three mountains can be great...

December News Briefs

December News Briefs

Sydnee Seely, Copy Editor December 14, 2023

Advanced Acting  Auditions for the upcoming Spring play, “The Yellow Boat,” was held in acting teacher and director Tracy Harrison’s room, E101, on Dec. 12. The Advanced Acting class participated...

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