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Battlefield students painting in the enclosed cafeteria
Photo by Emma Swain

Paint it forward

March 1, 2020

On Friday February 22, Mini-THON and National Art Honor Society (NAHS) collaborated together and hosted a painting night called ‘Paint It Forward” at Battlefield. The setup is similar to that of Mus...

Two Black Student Union members presenting to the Buddy Club at their February meeting.

Photo Courtesy of Zoe Goehrig via Private Collection

Black Student Union

March 1, 2020

In honor of February being Black History Month, let's take an inside look on what  Battlefield’s Black Student Union (BSU) is really about. February is dedicated to recognizing past achievements of African Am...

SCA President Aden Beyene and Vice President Candace Osei with their fellow officers.

Photo Courtesy of Candace Osei

Hooray for the girls of SCA

March 1, 2020

The Student Council Association (SCA) is one of the biggest clubs at Battlefield and continues to contribute to the school in beneficial and uniting ways. The student led organization focuses on the bet...

An inside look at Inside15000

Camille Owen

March 1, 2020

With the start of a new semester, the Battlefield Journalism program is changing the way they deliver news to the student body. From the relaunched website to the fresh magazine, the new program has something for everyone to enjoy. Senior Rylee Pledger is Editor-in-Chief of the Battlefield magazine, Inside1500. "I would describe the journalism program as beautiful chaos," says Pledger, "From the outside what we do seems k...

Preparation for Battlefield's Prom

Preparation for Battlefield’s Prom

March 8, 2018

This year, Battlefield’s prom will take place on May 12, a date that causes lots of controversy because the date falls right in the middle of AP testing. Even though it has caused controversy, people ...

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Homeschool vs. Public School

March 20, 2017

Not all students deal with crowded halls, faulty light fixtures, and teachers who hate their guts. While this may sound like heaven for any high schooler, this idea of a perfect school exists in people...

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