Ladue High School's student news site

Ladue Publications

Ladue High School's student news site

Ladue Publications

Ladue High School's student news site

Ladue Publications

Years after diagnosis, Drew is officially cancer-free, but some effects live on. Its just your new normal, Drew said. You kind of live with it forever.
Rise Above
Frank Chen, Staff • May 2, 2024
Social studies teacher Conner Katsev wears his medal, commemorating his achievement of winning the James Madison Fellowship Award. For Katsev, this medal represented everything he worked towards throughout his career. “Some advice would be, don’t get discouraged if you apply once and you don’t get [the fellowship],” Katsev said. “The [effort] to get [it] makes it that much more rewarding when you do get it.”
Made for Madison
Ira Rodrigues, Staff • May 1, 2024
Adaeze Loynd (10), Khamari Davis (10), Kate Sheley (11) and Emma Bangert (11) warm up during their weekly rehearsal to prepare for their show. The show took place May 4 and the Viva Voce seniors took their final bow. “Every concert is always so fun because I get to do what I love, with people I love,” Loynd said. “But this show will be extra special since it’s our last spring concert with our seniors.”
News To Know
Cindy Liu, Staff • May 1, 2024
Debate team members pose together holding their medals. Each of the four juniors contributed to their overall fourth-place finish in state speech. “Every [Ladue student] who competed in speech made the podium, Bohan Pan  (11) said.
In It to Win It
Sylvia Hanes, Staff • April 29, 2024
Students and families from different backgrounds come together to showcase their identity and talent. After getting the food from different countries, many families and students enjoy the performances made by people from different cultural backgrounds. “Rams around the world gives me an opportunity to show my identity and who I am as a person,” Emaan Waheed (11) said.
Rams Around the World
Nitya Nara, Staff • April 29, 2024
Learning Evolution
Learning Evolution
Celina Zhou, Staff • April 22, 2024
Latest Issue
Social studies teacher Conner Katsev wears his medal, commemorating his achievement of winning the James Madison Fellowship Award. For Katsev, this medal represented everything he worked towards throughout his career. “Some advice would be, don’t get discouraged if you apply once and you don’t get [the fellowship],” Katsev said. “The [effort] to get [it] makes it that much more rewarding when you do get it.”
Made for Madison
Ira Rodrigues, Staff
As politicians try to crush TikTok, will it survive?
TikTok on the Clock
Frank Chen, Staff
Say Yes to the College
Say Yes to the College
Nyla Weathersby, Staff
Support Us
$0
$1000
Contributed
Our Goal

Please donate to support the publication program of Ladue High School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment, print issues and cover our annual website hosting costs.

Donate to Ladue Publications
$0
$1000
Contributed
Our Goal

Activate Search
Ladue High School's student news site
Ladue High School's student news site