LHS News Friday, February 23, 2018
Talented Orchestra student plays his way into Symphonic Band
Senior Garrett Rogers shares the story of his fellow band classmate Joel Hsieh, who switched from orchestra, into band, and was able to audition on both clarinet and saxophone.
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Last week's poll question asked, "How many U.S. states are named after a president?" The correct answer was 1, Washington.
Photo of the Week
Ladue High School teachers and students celebrated International Week February 12-16. Each day the Modern and Classical Language Department offered activities and involvement for all to celebrate that "Languages Open Doors."
Photo by Haydee Taylor-Arnold
Ladue Student Story is Featured on HEC-TV
Junior Broadcast Technology student Marilyn Lercel's story about the eclipse at Ladue High School was featured on the professional show “Behind the Minds” on Higher Education Channel TV (HEC-TV). Marilyn's story begins at the 1 minute and 40 second mark of the show. Click here to see the show or click on the image above to watch.
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Welcome to Ladue High School's Broadcast Technology media production. This publication offers a compilation of multimedia student productions, including blogs, and many different genres of videos and news.
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