2015 Faculty

2015 Faculty

September 1, 2015

Stop Hunger Now

Stop Hunger Now

March 9, 2015

On Friday, March 6, Broughton packaged at total of 100,000 meals to go to underdeveloped countries around the world. The total cost of the endeavor is $29,000. We are still raising money to pay off the...

Tech giant promises to bring fast internet to the Triangle

Ford Hester, Reporter

March 5, 2015

Coming soon to the Triangle is Google Fiber, a new internet provider which aims to challenge such as Time Warner Cable. The company’s goal is to provide internet services 10 times faster than companies today and possible Triangle-wide free wifi. Google Fiber’s main service is a television service, which will include 150 channels as well as movies and shows on demand. It says it will provide the fastes...


February 23, 2015

Wade Edwards Learning Lab makes WELL-rounded students

Frances Hoggard, Reporter

January 6, 2015

The Wade Edwards Learning Lab occupies an old building directly across from Broughton. To many students, the WELL is an after school place of study providing a computer lab, tutors and classes. To others, the WELL plays a tribute to Wade Edwards, a well-loved individual who charmed teachers, friends, family and even Hilary Clinton back in 1996 when he was only sixteen. Edwards, a Broughton student who was also ...

Alice in Wonderland senior QOH choice

Jack Krueger, Sports Editor

January 6, 2015

Queen of Hearts Abby Bugger will rule over the Alice in Wonderland-themed Queen of Hearts Feb. 6-7. Bugger was voted QOH by the student body in a December election. The theme was decided at the Senior Breakfast in October. “The senior breakfast is important because it allows us to get together as a senior class and take care of handing out t-shirts, voting for the QOH themes, and making sure all seniors...

Senior breakfast kickstarts successful year

Jack Krueger, Sports Editor

November 19, 2014

The senior class council, with significant help from a large group of volunteer parents, hosted the annual senior breakfast. The breakfast is important for giving out senior t-shirts, taking the senior picture, and deciding the Queen of Hearts theme. “The senior breakfast is important because it allows us to get together as a senior class and take care of handing out t-shirts, voting for the QOH themes, and making sure...

Art show for Aziza's Place

Art show for Aziza’s Place

October 27, 2014

Preparing the artwork knowing that it would be in an art show made it really fun to make

Mystery drama

Jack Nickens, Reporter

October 21, 2014

  ”The Westing Game,” a mystery by drama teacher Julie Florin opens Thursday, Oct. 23, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 25, in the Diane Payne Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults. The play’s plot centers on the murder of a millionaire who leaves his entire estate to whomever finds the killer. “These people don’t know each other. They have been pitted against each other in a chess...

NC turns to 10 point scale

Ella Webster, Reporter

October 9, 2014

Last week, the North Carolina Board of Education approved a new ten-point grading scale for high schools. This will go into effect for the upcoming freshman class of the 2015-2016 school year. Previously, the grading scale used by NC high schools was a seven-point scale. The implementation of the new ten-point scale will allow high schoolers applying to college to be more competitive compared to other states that already...

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