The Cherokee Scout

A Night of Honor at Cherokee’s Language Honor Society Induction

A Night of Honor at Cherokee’s Language Honor Society Induction

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

March 20, 2019


Filed under School News

The annual World Languages Honor Society Induction took place on March 14, 2019, in Cherokee's Performing Arts Center. Students from languages such as Spanish, Latin, Russian, Italian, French, and German were inducted into their language's national honor society chapter and relinquished in the great...

New Class Creates New Vibe In Music Department

New Class Creates New Vibe In Music Department

Natasha Watts, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 27, 2017


Filed under School News, Showcase

For this current school year, Cherokee added a new music class to its repertoire of course offerings: Piano Lab. One class is taught by Cherokee Choral Director, Mrs. Nicole Snodgrass, while the other three are taught by Cherokee's new music teacher, Mrs. Laurie Flynn. Although both present an identical...

Cherokee’s NHS Induction Standards Could Be Too Inclusive

Cherokee’s NHS Induction Standards Could Be Too Inclusive

Clarisa Moreno-Middleberg, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

On November 17, 2016, the largest amount of students in Cherokee history was inducted into the National Honors Society.  This sparked the question among inductees and teachers: Are the NHS standards too low, and what does this extreme inclusivity mean for the program? The purpose of National Honor...

Head to Med for Students Considering Medical Professions

Head to Med for Students Considering Medical Professions

Dayna Schubert, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017


Filed under School News, Showcase

The Head to Med Club offers Cherokee students the opportunity to explore careers in the medical field. Once a month, various medical professionals, invited by the club, talk to students at Cherokee after school about their journey to success. They share their struggles and stories of what brought them to t...

Math Team is an Equation for Fun

Math Team is an Equation for Fun

Sam Schepps, Sports Editor

April 5, 2017


Filed under School News, Showcase

While it may not be the most glamorous club in Cherokee, the Math Team has proven capable of providing rigorous, yet satisfying challenges and opportunities for its members. Indeed, throughout the year-long season, members of the team compete in meets facing ten other schools, at most, from the surr...

Is Summer Work Beneficial?

Is Summer Work Beneficial?

Natasha Watts, Reviews Editor

April 5, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Every summer students are eager for relaxation and the time to refresh before the next school year, but for many, these dreams are not possible. AP and honors classes often assign work for the break, and usually those who take these classes don’t just take one. All this work is actually harming students. Many...

Is One Book One School Working?

Is One Book One School Working?

Sam Schepps, Sports Editor

April 4, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Although established rather recently, the One Book One School program has become a mainstay in the district, across all grade levels and classes, to an oftentimes mixed reception among students. However, the pressing issue about the program is not whether students enjoy it; rather, it is whether the...

Are CAP Credits Worth It?

Are CAP Credits Worth It?

Grace Henderson, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As soon as a student enters Freshman year, their college and future career plans are immediately questioned. But, as Sophomore year rolls around, students can earn college credits by just enrolling in normal Cherokee courses. The College Acceleration Program (CAP) at RCBC includes normal high school...

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