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Ladue High School's student news site

Ladue Publications

Ladue High School's student news site

Ladue Publications

Class of 2024 Senior Destinations
Class of 2024 Senior Destinations
Josh Devine, Staff
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
Brad Griffith, Riley Keltner, and Christopher Saxton stand with their medals. Each teacher was awarded the James Madison Fellowship.
Ladue James Madison Fellows
Ira Rodrigues, Staff
Sophie Miller (12) and Claire Malone (12) interlock their arms as they glide over the ice. Miller and Malone showed have been skating together for years. “Ive been skating with her [Malone] since I moved here,” Miller said.
In-Sync
Mason Eastman and Ryan Snyder
Ella Hamlin (12) observes her production of Much Ado About Nothing. Hamlin greatly appreciated the opportunity she was given to direct the show. “I feel like [directing is] one of those things where each time is better than the last,” Hamlin said.
The Director's Cut
Marie Demkovitch and Maya Mathew
Sawyer Bland (12) celebrates a point after a hard rally. He played against one of his friends in a practice game. Pickle ball is great, Bland said. Anyone can play against almost anyone regardless of their skill level and have a decent game.
Passion for Pickle
Luke Lochmoeller, Associate Editor
A look at the timeline of Ladue School District, located in the front hallway of the high school.
A Look Through Ladue
Josh Devine, Staff
Costs of the Classroom
Costs of the Classroom
Laura Shareshian, Features Editor
Eric Fan (11) checks his stocks on the
stock market game. This is a common ritual. “I started the game in sixth grade with my brothers,” Fan said.
Making Money Moves
Luke Lochmoeller, Associate Editor
Joe Kaminski stands next to a recently detailed car in his dad’s dealership. Joe K’s Used Cars has been in business for over 10 years. “My dad broke off from my grandpa and began the dealership because he knew how to do it and wanted to start something of his own,” Kaminski (12) said.
Trash to Treasure
Will Kodner and Grace Huewe
“You can definitely buy stuff that makes you happy. Happiness as a feeling isn’t really something you can pay for though.”
Students Stances
Alzhraa Mahmoud, Staff
Justin Ragland, the physics teacher
Classroom Curios
Laura Shareshian, Features Editor
Budget Breakdown
Budget Breakdown
Josh Devine, Staff
LEADS history teacher Matthew Horn works with Kyle Kennedy (11). Horn began teaching at LEADS three years ago. “[LEADS has] taught me that
you have to adapt to your student and meet them on their level,” Horn said.
LEAD the Way
Maya Mathew, Staff
Gianna Francis (12) holds up her Congressional Award Gold Medal in her home Feb. 5. Francis won the award in January after four years of hard work and determination. “I finally got it,” Francis said. “Everything submitted. Everything’s in order. It was just a big sigh of relief.”
Going for Gold
Ira Rodrigues, Staff
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