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Eagle River utility manager Patrick Weber presented the $1,000 Eagle River Light & Water Scholarship, Shared Strength Though WPPI Energy, to Northland Pines senior Emily Paul.              —STAFF PHOTO
Tuesday, June 04, 2013 5:33 PM | Updated ( Tuesday, June 04, 2013 5:38 PM )
 
High school students receive college credit through Nicolet

Nicolet College has recently reported that North Woods high school students are increasingly taking advantage of Nicolet’s transcripted credit classes to earn college credits while still in high school.
By taking transcripted credit classes, students can shorten the amount of time they are in college. This allows them to enter the workforce sooner and also typically save money on what they pay for a college education.
Credits earned count toward both high school diploma and college degrees. These college-level courses are taught in high schools by instructors who meet specific certification requirements.

Tuesday, June 04, 2013 5:32 PM
 
High-school students are going green

By Ella Baltus

Going green is a popular trend in today’s society, whether it’s making the effort to recycle or as basic as printing papers back-to-back.

We have been given one Earth and we need to conserve it to the best of our ability.

Spreading awareness and helping the Earth is an important issue with juniors, Jessica and Rebecca Anderson of Northland Pines High School (NPHS).  The sisters have been putting in hours left and right, to pull together Northland Pines’ first ever Green Week.

Northland Pines has contributed to our planet with

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 6:31 PM
 
Pines choir, band students get honors at State Solo/Ensemble competition
Northland Pines High School band and choir students who competed at the State solo/ensemble competition were front row from left, Luke Simons, Walker Levan, Tim Ebert, Morgan Tomczyk, Lindsey Tienhaara, Morgan Munnik, Zach Kluever and Dillan Schneider; middle row, Yvonne Polack, Jessica Anderson, Samantha Hytry, Morgan Gurka, Heather Klein, Lauren Gonitzke, Chelsea Allendorf, Victoria Schwenn and Jessica Roach; and back row, Sam Puffer, Pamela Hartwig, Rebecca Anderson, Marcus Clure, Angelique Gaffny, Kirsten Klessig, Taylor Haugen, Katie Piper, Amanda Curtis and Kellie Radue. Not pictured are Allison Hartwig, Hannah Bochek, Eddie Stevens, Aisha Calix, Victoria Sleeman and Billie Jo Seidl.                 —Contributed Photo

Northland Pines High School choir and band members attended the State Solo/Ensemble competition at UW-Stevens Point last Saturday, with 11 groups and individuals bringing home first ratings.

The students were under the direction of choir instructor Kate Janssen and band instructor Forrest Mann.

The results follow:

 

First rating

Madrigal singers: Allison

Tuesday, May 07, 2013 5:48 PM
 
Pines begins trap-shooting club

By Ella Baltus

Basketball, soccer, football and hockey are all uniform organizations that almost every school has. However, some high school students have different interests and that’s why teachers, Tim Lehman and Nick Stemper, started the Northland Pines Trap Shooting Club this year.

Having forests and a plethora of outdoor activities around every corner makes the trap

Tuesday, April 02, 2013 3:24 PM
 
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