Our Lady Jaguars have won the 4a state championship title and the first ever basketball championship in Flowers HS history. Congratulations Ladies!
I have the power to build a dream. Power to make a goal and many other powers I just haven’t looked inside myself power in crunch time with that power comes a consequence some of the consequences won’t be as bad as the others. A […]
My name is Maile’Janessa Hughes, I attend Charles Herbert Flowers high school. I am currently a senior, and I believe that furthering my education can contribute to my immediate and long-term goals. I have noticed first hand, young people of my generation saying things like […]
It’s interview season! Do you have a job interview coming up? Do you have a college interview? Do you have a phone interview? If so, I have some tips on how to prepare for a interview. First and most importantly, you should have some knowledge […]
Trust is like a sheet of paper; once it’s crumpled up, it could never be straight again. Most people in this world either trust people too quickly or don’t trust people at all. I believe that it’s better not to have faith in people at […]
Since there were a series of fights and threats at Charles Herbert Flowers, the school is on lock down by the security staff. Right now, our school has been running a “No Pass” policy to limit the students going into the hallways. The administration has put […]
Dr.Ojunta’s Environmental class will be going on a field trip tomorrow, March 20,2019. The field trip was originally supposed to be at the beginning of the school year, but was postponed. One of her very own students was denied a permission slip to go to […]
Due to SAT testing that took place on Wednesday, March 6th for juniors, freshmen were in the auditorium, sophomores in the cafeteria and seniors in the gym until testing was over.
Ever since we had nearly ten fights, as well as a threat, there has been an extensive amount of security on students by prohibiting them from going to bathrooms or any other location in the school without a security guard escorting them. For students to leave […]
Phillis Wheatley was the first African American woman to publish a poetry book. She was born in West Africa on May 9th, and was sold into slavery at the age of seven and transported to North America. She was purchased by the Wheatley family of […]