Choir’s Choral Christmas

Natalie, Taylor

December 11, 2017

Filed under Choir, News

Under the direction of Audra Turner and DaOn Hinton, more than five choir groups performed at their winter show Friday night. Choir President Allison Cole said she enjoyed the variety of music that was sang; it kept the concert interesting and engaging. "The concert was amazing and every single ch...

Lakeview’s Unique Hip Hop Fundraiser

Aaron, Cubillos

December 11, 2017

Filed under LTAB, News

Louder Than A Bomb (LTAB) and Shake The Silence held their annual hip hop concert on November 17, with special guest Bobby Sessions, in the school's auditorium. Students were given the chance to attend a hip hop concert here on campus with the purchase of a $3 ticket. “The tickets weren't ex...

Jump into the Jungle!

Jump into the Jungle!

Natalie Taylor, Copy Editor

November 3, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, News, Showcase, Theatre

Schools from all across GISD are coming to watch Lakeview’s theatre department perform the classic Disney musical “The Jungle Book.” Lakeview has been practicing this play since the first month of school. “The [extra] time definitely gives our actors more time for characterization,” se...


Khivani Young, Writer

September 29, 2017

Filed under LTAB, Student Life

Louder Than A Bomb is arriving very soon! Beginning October 2, students will be able to attend during their lunch periods on the first A Day of the week to begin their poetry experiences. LTAB is a poetry program that is part of the Young DFW Writers organization. The LTAB program was brought he...

Cabaret Show

Madison Plunk, Reporter

May 19, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, News, Theatre

Lakeview’s theatre production class presented a musical cabaret show for their semester final exam. The class has been learning and rehearsing musical numbers since January in preparation for their show. They performed six shows, both in class and after school. “[My favorite song to be a part of was] de...

Freedom Sings Their Hearts Out

Madison Plunk, Reporter

May 19, 2017

Filed under Choir, Entertainment, News

Spring is the prime time for show choirs to begin to announce their spring shows, showcasing their talents that they work on throughout the year. Freedom, Lakeview’s Pop Show Choir, had their show last Friday and Saturday in the auditorium. Their show, appropriately titled “Something Old, Someth...

Talent Show

Madison Plunk, Reporter

April 25, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Events, News

Lakeview’s Choir department held the annual Talent Show last Thursday in the Auditorium after school. Students of all grade levels auditioned over 2 days to make it into an hour of talent. The performances showcased Lakeview’s best talents whether it was singing, dancing, or jamming out. ...

“Fate of the Furious” Review

Hannah Wilson, Editor-in-Chief

April 21, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews

This review contains spoilers! The movie was action packed! That's what everyone loves about the series of “Fast and Furious” movies aside from the jaw-dropping street cars. The film cast stars Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Jordana Brewster, Kurt Russell, El...

Storming the Stage

Storming the Stage

Madison Plunk, Photo Editor

March 29, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Theatre

One of the most stressful things for a stage manager and fellow techies is standing in the booth and your director is still on stage at 6 minutes and 55 seconds during setup and there are only 5 seconds left before you get disqualified. Constantly checking your stop watch as the show progresses, pleadin...

Lakeview Goes Viral

Madison Plunk, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, News, Student Life

Two Lakeview Centennial High School students are becoming popular on a national level. On Friday, February 3rd, junior Sam Major, wore LED light up Yeezy shoes to school, which his two junior friends, Rafin Parvez and Ken Dixon, could not stop laughing at. A video surfaced on sophomore Alexis (Lexi) Comp...

Black History Month Program Auditions

Madison Plunk, Photo Editor

January 23, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Events, News, Student Life

Auditions for the Black History Month Program were held after school on January 19th for anyone to come join the show. Many anticipate this event throughout the year, so students were eager to audition. Auditions went smoothly and without a hitch. “The audition was quick and easy and the ju...

AQR Carnival

Ma'Kalah Haire-Edwards, Reporter

December 13, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Events, News, Student Life

Advanced Quantitative Reasoning is a class that pertains to juniors and seniors. These students have came up with their own versions of carnival games that's based on probability and profits. The students have gotten really creative with creating their own games. “The name of our game is called ‘Toil...