Kings' Courier

High School Tears

High School Tears

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

September 16, 2017


Filed under Student Life

As a high school student we’re expected to encounter stress at least once in our high school career. I never thought I would encounter this much stress in a school year. I really didn’t even think I’d encounter any stress during my junior year. I’d always been told in past years that my juni...

An Open Letter to my Sibilings

An Open Letter to my Sibilings

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer

September 14, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Dear William, Maddie, Savannah, Lily, I would like to say thanks for being born before me and teaching mom and dad how to be good parents. Benjamin, thanks for giving me the opportunity to be an older brother. You guys are so much older than me I only remember a few things from each of you from ...

Impatiently Waiting

Impatiently Waiting

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under Student Life

In our world the smallest of things are most humble to us. Whether that humble thing is a bracelet, or a book that means a lot, very small things can be important. For me, a small letter can mean the world to me. The wait for the letters I get just makes my day when the letter arrives. My whole family...

Family trips down South

Family trips down South

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

September 8, 2017


Filed under Student Life

We spent a long dreadful six hours just strolling down the roads this past weekend. We were headed to Tennessee with all six of us packed in one truck. We took off Saturday morning at 6 a.m. We all slept most the way there, besides the driver, of course. This six hours felt like a breeze on the way t...

The Life of a Freedman

The Life of a Freedman

Lanie Miller, Junior Writer

September 8, 2017


Filed under Student Life

I was finally free, but what was I to do with this so called “freedom”? What COULD I do? Was I now allowed leave? Was it actually freedom? I had been wandering for days not knowing what to do with this newly found freedom. I wanted to go North, but I didn’t know how. I had no horse. I had no b...

The Adventurous Barn in a Small Town

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

September 6, 2017


Filed under Student Life

     Have you ever thought what your favorite thing to do is or what makes you happy? Many people throughout the world find many different adventurous activities or anything to make them happy. According to time.com, people whose income is $50,000 to $74,999 are happier than people whose income is $75,00...

The Peak of The Year

The Peak of The Year

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

September 5, 2017


Filed under Student Life

There are many reasons why I like the last four months of the year the most. Right now is the time of the year when the leaves change colors and people start wearing heavier clothing more often. Football, and basketball start their seasons. The temperature starts to drop around the nation, and we start...

I Wish My Teachers Knew

I Wish My Teachers Knew

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

September 2, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Finally my junior year of high school. This means that things are changing faster than I expected. This major event doesn’t just affect my school life but also the life I have outside of school that involves my family and my friends. So teachers, this one is for you. I wish my teachers knew tha...

Smarter than you think

Smarter than you think

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

September 1, 2017


Filed under Student Life

      Sitting in the back of a class listening as the kids all say their answers, they get a problem on the board and not even three seconds later their hands shoots up screaming the answer before they get called on. They get their homework back and they are all smiling because they only missed a few....

Rushing Into 2020

Rushing Into 2020

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

August 25, 2017


Filed under Student Life

We all have heard of the case of “senioritis” and how it affects our seniors. Every year we have about one hundred people that graduate in May. Coming into high school, I think we’ve all thought about graduating at one point in our years here at Cass. My friends and I look forward to the year 202...

Open Letter to My Anxiety

Open Letter to My Anxiety

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

August 23, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Dear Anxiety,   Our relationship is seriously killing me. We’ve been together for as long as I can remember, but I think it is time to part our ways. Yes, I know I have said this before, but you keep running back as if you were a disease, my disease. I try to sit in class and focus on ...

Why Community Service Is A Great Thing

Why Community Service Is A Great Thing

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer

August 15, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Whether you’re a nervous freshman or a relaxed senior, high school is a great time to try new things - this includes volunteering. Some people think that doing community service doesn’t benefit them because it doesn’t pay as a job would. Even though most volunteering options are for free, they offe...

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