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Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

The student news site of Lake Stevens High School

Valhalla

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Recognize DECA’s significant contributions and future plans

Kamila Almaz, Staff Reporter October 24, 2019

Marketing? Business? Strategies? Your destination is room number 301, where teacher Karen Morton is helping students to achieve their goals and provide a lot of opportunities if you have a desire to be...

Your Future Now: Local colleges of Washington state accept college credit that students obtain when attending high school classes. Students who attended the High School and Beyond Night were able to pick up information about College in the High School. “Most all colleges accept the credit, but how they accept the credit can be different, like you could get elective credit instead of a social studies credit or elective credit,” Counselor Angela Riebli said.

College Credit Offered in High School

Talen Anderson, Staff Reporter October 23, 2019

As the school year begins, students are already looking towards their futures beyond graduation. A prime step in many kids’ near future is college. Luckily for them, Lake Stevens High School through...

Sophomore Akilah Degrant reviews her biology notes before going into class. She only had two school days left before her final and wanted to make sure she could get all of her questions answered. “Finals are really important to me, I want to do good on them,” Degrant said.

Get through finals week

Maddy MacWatters, Staff Reporter June 18, 2019

The dreaded week is upon us: finals. With the last final exams of the year, students are all very stressed. Here are a few tips and tricks to be the most successful this coming week without having an aneurysm. Know...

Juniors Cheyenne Kreide, Kylie Foutch, Mackenzie Delgado, and seniors Josie Fritzler and Kelsey Brace compete in the WESCO competition. The girls spent the day at Everett High School with 12 other schools. “I had a lot of fun. I’m sad that we didn’t move forward, but it was still a fun experience,” Foutch said.

Five Sports Med girls compete at WESCO

Emma Crumley, Copy Editor June 10, 2019

On May 17, 2019, the Advanced Sports Medicine class and students that signed up for the second year of sports medicine traveled to the WESCO Sports Medicine competition on Friday at Everett High School....

Vikings pack the Seattle Aquarium for prom

Vikings pack the Seattle Aquarium for prom

Sebastian Otness, Staff Reporter June 10, 2019

Prom 2019 was one for the books. It was a night to remember, and there were so many memories made, filled with good times, dancing and having a blast. Getting to see all your friends dancing having a good...

Getting Lost in the Music: Sophomore Taylor McAllister looks  at the crowd, playing alongside sophomores Rory Cannon and Eli Gamage during the annual talent show at the Lake Stevens High School gym on April 17. The group, known as “Cassie and the Cockroaches”, hope to perform in the near future due to the availability of the band members.

Lake Stevens’ Got Talent

For one night a year, students at Lake Stevens High School get to show off their talents at the annual LSHS talent show, which was held on April 17 at the Lake Stevens gym. While the contestants varied...

Gabby Watts wins 2nd place in culinary competition

Gabby Watts wins 2nd place in culinary competition

Julia Pinheiro De Oliveira, Copy Editor May 3, 2019

The weekend before spring break began, the LSHS Culinary Team drove to a competition in Coos Bay. It’s purpose was not only to win scholarships, but also to compete and cook together. These student chefs...

(Left to right) Senior Josie Fritzler, juniors Emma Crumley, Cheyenne Kreide, Kylie Foutch, Regan Galovic, and senior Kelsey Brace pose in front of the Anatomage Table poster after competing in the Anatomage competition.  The LSHS team placed 10th, but in the second round Wenatchee High School beat them by 20 points [or 5 questions], kicking them out of the Anatomage table competition. “It was really fun to try out the table (see article for details) and see all the specifics to the parts of the body,” Fritzler said.

Sports Med Girls Make it to State

Emma Crumley, Copy Editor May 1, 2019

Six advanced Sports Medicine students were selected to compete in the Sports Medicine competition for the 2018-2019 school year. Juniors Kylie Foutch, Regan Galovic, Cheyenne Kreide, Emma Crumley, and...

May upcoming events

May upcoming events

Marin Nielsen, Staff Reporter & Design Editor April 26, 2018

May 2-5 — Almost, Maine performance - 6:30-7:30 at the Lake Stevens High School Performing Arts Center   May 7-11 — Prom spirit week   May 7 — Spanish/Chemistry/Psychology...

Majority minors: During tour, Executive Director Lori Vanderburg shows an exam room within Dawson Place. Though they offer services to any age of individual, the staff the staff Dawson Place see a majority of kids aged 7-12. After their exams, patients are invited to throw a sticky hand onto the ceiling of the exam room, creating an impactful visual showing them they are not alone. “90-95% of sexual violence happens with someone you know. Somebody at your Thanksgiving table, somebody at your Hanukkah celebration, whatever it is,” Vanderburg said in reference to their largest largest demographic.

Sexual assault on the rise

Marin Nielsen, Staff Reporter & Design Editor January 16, 2018

  With the numerous high profile cases surrounding sexual assault, the topic is becoming more widely spoken of than ever before. What we aren't talking about, though, is the continued existence...

Upcoming events

Upcoming events

Audrey Kristofferson, Online editor January 9, 2018

January 12 MLK Assembly   January 15 No school Martin Luther King Junior Day   January 24 First and second period finals   January 25 Third and fourth period...

Before the overhaul: This is our school’s layout as of today but once summer 2018 hits the school is going to undergo a drastic change.

The future of Lake Stevens

Dawsen Hudson, Head photographer and news editor October 30, 2017

LSHS is going to begin reconstruction on the last day of school, June 15, 2017. This high school was built in 1979 and is falling apart. The construction is supposed to take two school years and three...