• World Geography Capstone Project

    World Geography Capstone Project

    Maddie Blackstone, Staff Writer

    February 22, 2017

    Just a week ago, Coach Jill's 3rd and 4th period world geography classes started off their long awaited capstone projects. The purpose of the project is for the students to find and research a issue affecting the earth globally and pose a possible solution. To start off, everyone had to ge... READ MORE »»

    Hannah Dees is researching the effects of plastic bags on the ocean and the environment and is looking at possible biodegradable options.

  • 2017 Art Rally Results

    2017 Art Rally Results

    Anna-Cayton Womble, Staff Writer

    February 22, 2017

    Art Rally is the Visual Arts side of the Literary Rally. Each school participating in this contest is allowed to choose five art pieces to compete against other schools from all over the district. The contest is held by the Arts Department at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. There are various categories... READ MORE »»

  • International Day

    International Day

    Greer Leleux, Staff Writer

    February 16, 2017

    One of the unique things about Ascension is that one day each year, we all gather in the gym, play fun games, and eat great food originating from all over the world. This day is International Day. Every student who takes a foreign language is required to bring in a dish from a chosen country, create... READ MORE »»

  • Girls Soccer Playoffs!

    Girls Soccer Playoffs!

    Laurel Guidry, Staff Writer

    February 9, 2017

    In the second round of playoffs on February 6, the Ascension Blue Gators took the win against Lafayette Christian Academy. The final score of the game was a whooping 7-0 for the gators! This was the first round of the playoffs played by the Lady Gators due to a bye from the first round. Ascension is... READ MORE »»

  • Music Reform ?

    Music Reform ?

    Meghan Hartman, Staff Writer

    February 8, 2017

    Our school does something unique by using music instead of bells in between classes. This is something that used to be well-loved by the students, but for the past couple of years, it has been dreaded by many. Last year, it was decided that one prefect would be in charge of the transition music, and... READ MORE »»

World Geography Capstone Project

World Geography Capstone Project

Maddie Blackstone, Staff Writer

Just a week ago, Coach Jill's 3rd and 4th period world geography classes started off their long awaited capstone project...  Read More »

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Music Reform ?

Music Reform ?

Meghan Hartman, Staff Writer

Our school does something unique by using music instead of bells in between classes. This is something that used to be well-loved by...  Read More »

Feb 8 • No Comments

Junior Class Takes On College

Junior Class Takes On College

Olivia Matherne, Co-Editor

Last week, January 24th - 27th, the junior class took a trip through the state to Texas with goals of preparing for the rapidly ap...  Read More »

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Changes Coming to America

Changes Coming to America

Kirsten Landry, Staff Writer

President Donald Trump. The world would never have thought that they would be hearing that name, especially for an outspoken American...  Read More »

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iLab: A Semester In Review

iLab: A Semester In Review

Grace Hill, Staff Writer

This year, Ascension offered a class called MakerSpace for Juniors and Seniors that takes place in our new iLab. The iLab has always...  Read More »

Jan 20 • No Comments

Gators Go to the Dome

Gators Go to the Dome

Meghan Hartman, Staff Writer

This past Friday, December 2nd, the Ascension Episcopal football team played an amazing game against the Southern Lab Kittens. This...  Read More »

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2017 Art Rally Results

2017 Art Rally Results

Anna-Cayton Womble, Staff Writer

Art Rally is the Visual Arts side of the Literary Rally. Each school participating in this contest is allowed to choose five art pieces to compete against other schools from a...  Read More »

Feb 22 • No Comments

International Day

International Day

February 16, 2017

One of the unique things about Ascension is that one day each year, we all gather in the gym, play fun games, and eat great food originating...  Read More »

How to: Christmas Dessert

How to: Christmas Dessert

December 9, 2016

Need an easy holiday dessert that taste really good? Try Oreo balls this holiday season! Ingredients: Normal sized package of Oreo balls Normal...  Read More »

5 Inside Facts about the “The Real Inspector Hound”

5 Inside Facts about the “The Real Inspector Hound”

November 10, 2016

Over the past weekend, November 3rd - 6th, the drama department production put on a one act play called The Real Inspector Hound. The cast put...  Read More »

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Ascension Hates Facial Hair, Loves Single Blade Razors

Taylor Doss, Staff Writer

To begin this controversial discussion, does the presence of facial hair on males affect the professionalism or ability to learn here at Ascension? I think I speak for the...  Read More »

Feb 9 • No Comments

The ACT (death of high school)

The ACT (death of high school)

February 8, 2017

High school is all fun and games until it is time to start preparing for college. Ascension prepares us well for the academics we need to ge...  Read More »

Going out with a Dub (Win)

Going out with a Dub (Win)

January 31, 2017

Even though the results of the season weren't what most would call successful, members of the boy's soccer team would say differently. Yes, it's...  Read More »

Career Connections

Career Connections

January 31, 2017

On January 25, the tenth grade class attended the Lafayette Economic Development Authority’s annual Career Connections expo. This expo was...  Read More »

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