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Inside the Classroom

Overloaded Class of 2022

September 11, 2018 4:38pm | Vanessa Roache`

As we start the 2018-19 school year, we welcome all incoming freshmen. However, I feel as though Flowers administrators were too welcoming. The freshman class of 2022 has a total of around 400 students. Making classes around the school even more overcrowded. Overcrowded to the […]

Mr. Hamilton’s Final Exam

June 7, 2018 6:09pm | Evan Eubanks

Mr. Hamilton has decided that his Foundations of Technology final will be given on Wednesday, June 13th. His final exam will have 53 multiple choice questions that have been on previous assessments throughout the school year. Students are asked to see Mr. Hamilton with any […]

Ms. Starobin’s Final Exam

June 7, 2018 6:07pm | Evan Eubanks

Friday, June 8th is the last day for students in Ms. Starobin’s geometry class to turn in their final exam. The format is to achieve 40 points total with a variety of tasks that are optional to complete. Regardless of the tasks chosen, as long […]

Ms. Blake’s Finals Are Beginning

June 7, 2018 6:06pm | Evan Eubanks

Friday, June 1st wraps up one of the last weeks at Charles Herbert Flowers High School. This means that finals are starting. Ms. Blake, head of the social studies department and LSN government teacher, has given a project for her final exam. The task is […]

Tips to Pass Finals

June 6, 2018 5:25pm | Cynthia Ofoegbu

The school year is ending, which means students will have to take final exams. These are some tips that will ensure that you’ll pass. 1. Create your own study guide. 2. Ask questions. 3. Study things not on the study guide. 4. Stay well-rested. 5. Quiz yourself. […]

Nature vs Nurture

June 1, 2018 5:31pm | Langmia Annan

  The nature versus nurture is a debate that is common around the elements of bringing up and the capabilities passed to the children and what they end up becoming in the future. Talents and precepts that people may have growing up are largely attributed […]

HSA Government/Biology

May 29, 2018 8:29pm | Langmia Junior

We all know it is a tradition in Prince George’s County Public School that it is necessary to pass the HSA Government and HSA Biology in order to graduate High School. In order to take this tests you must be enrolled in either Biology or […]

Dr. Gail P. Bingham

May 23, 2018 6:01pm | Jessica Osuchukwu

On May 23, 2018, Dr. Gail P. Bingham came to speak to Journalism 4B about the importance of writing, having a voice, and expressing your gift. During her presentation, she was very insightful and showed that she had important advice to give to the students. […]

Testing Has Begun

May 23, 2018 5:26pm | Evan Eubanks

On Monday, April 16th, students currently enrolled in Algebra 1 began standardized testing. Algebra 1 will continue standardized testing until the 17th, and Algebra 2 will begin on the 18th. Testing will continue throughout the rest of April and will not end until the end […]

Artwork by Elijah Smith

May 17, 2018 6:02pm | Darius White