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Schleger practices with her tennis team after school. “I got so much out of trying for basketball and tennis, so all the hard work really does pay off,” Schleger said.

Schleger is living her American Dream to the fullest

Alesia Stingu, Ranger Review Reporter April 21, 2022

Maya Schleger 11 is a German exchange student who came to study at Lewis-Palmer High School after receiving a scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year. Before coming to America, Maya was nervous to leave...

Sydney Tahmindjis 10 receives first place in an Irish Step Dancing Competition in 2018. She no longer competes as a dancer, and instead focuses her time on the JV softball team.

Tahmindjis balances all the different areas in her life

Alesia Stingu, Ranger Review Reporter April 21, 2022

Sydney Tahmindjis 10 is in her second year at Lewis-Palmer High School, after moving from Highlands Ranch a couple of years ago. Her passion for sports and construction, as well as keeping up with school...

Owen Pike 12 gives instructions to the troop leaders, as they prepare for the participants of the National Youth Leadership Training to come. Pike is enjoying his remaining time as a Senior Patrol Leader, having worked his way up to the position after five years.

Pike Assists In National Youth Leadership Program

Riley Smith, Editor In Chief April 8, 2022

Owen Pike 12 started as a cub scout in the 1st grade, then graduated up to boy scout in the 8th. Now, he is the Senior Patrol Leader (SPL) of the National Youth Leadership Training program, which is a...

Gearhart 11 studies in French class before rehearsals and band practice. Gearheart has played many characters throughout his acting career, his favorite being Nigel, an excited seven year old boy, from the musical, “Matilda.”

Gearhart makes the most out of his high school years

Alesia Stingu, Ranger Review Reporter March 28, 2022

Cameron Gearhart 11 keeps up with band practice, theater rehearsals and school at the same time. Whether acting on stage or playing percussion alongside the Pep Band and Wind Symphony, Gearhart doesn’t...

Dajana Rakar practicing writing her Mandarin Chinese. In total around the world around 1.119 Billion people can speak Mandarin Chinese, but only 200 million of those people are not native speakers of the language

Dajana Rakar continues hobbies while overseas

Gryffin Mauss, Ranger Review Reporter March 28, 2022

Dajana Rakar 11 is a foreign exchange student from Bosnia, new here to the United States. Not only is she adjusting to the school and cultural environment she is still continuing her hobbies from back...

McGrath shows off the streamlined and consistent Loose Change kit, which is available for sale in his shop.
A typical rule is to have the plane fly for two minutes for a number of times throughout the day. If you can get a two minute flight, thats impressive for a rubber powered model, McGrath said. Because it cant be done just with the motor, you have to catch a thermal, which can be so powerful it can cause your plane to fly away, so we need a way to get models out of the sky.

McGrath runs model plane business

Anthony Steffens, Ranger Review Reporter March 8, 2022

Math teacher John McGrath runs Laser-Cut Planes, a business where he designs, makes and sells model plane kits online based on a lifelong hobby. He came into aero-modeling at a young age and has participated...

Students take advantage of new dress code allowance of hats before first period. Restrictions have been reduced due to popular opinion, although hoods remain banned from school.

Pilot dress code revision steps toward fairer guidelines

Anthony Steffens, Ranger Review Reporter March 8, 2022

The Lewis-Palmer Dress Code Committee has amended the dress code after deliberating over winter break to better represent student interests based on the student survey before winter break. Alyssa Murphy...

Ewin Flores 12 reads a book to his peers in his free time. Flores likes to help his friends with their work if he has an opportunity to.

A Shift in the Lewis-Palmer Enviroment

Lily Savage, Ranger Review Reporter February 25, 2022

It is evident that the average American school atmosphere has changed over the past few years. Many schools have become more inclusive in regards to minorities while some schools still struggle. “Together,...

Skorick sits talking to two of his friends, attempting to upkeep his social life despite everything else going on. Theres your social circle, your social life, your friends, you have to make sure that youre not neglecting them, and spending plenty of time with them.”

Skorick balances the “gardens” of his life

Riley Smith , Editor February 7, 2022

Niko Skorick 11 has many areas in his life that he needs to uphold. Finding ways to balance is never an easy task, but he continues working at it every day. Skorick likes to refer to these different...

Ashten Gerk playing during a game against the Terrors. Ashten’s position is attacker on the team.

Balancing School and Sports

Cole Rountree, Ranger Review Reporter November 4, 2021

Ashten Gerk, senior, enjoys dedicating some of his free time to be a part of Lewis-Palmer high school's Lacrosse team. “I play lacrosse for Lewis-Palmer high school, I would say I am involved in lacrosse...

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