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#1StudentNWI: Discovery Charter School Dance and Spotlight


The Spring Dance
Discovery Charter School’s Spring Dance was held May fifth from 6:00 - 8:30 PM. It was the first dance the new cafeteria, and it was also the first time that the students from the fifth grade were invited to a dance.

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#1StudentNWI: Whiting High School with the 2017 Senior Send-off and Sports


And just like that, another year is at a wrap. Nine long months of studying, working, acting, singing, playing ball, and living eventful lives. This final month was no exception to that.

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#1StudentNWI: Keeping Success and Serenity at Kouts


While hosting the Kouts Invite, the Fillies finished in second place.

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#1StudentNWI: Student and Sports Spotlight and a Sparkling City of Lake Station


Lake Station’s Finest
Students who work the hardest in the present tend to be the the ones who make it the furthest in the future. Among those restless students lies Robert “Rock” Ashby. Robert is one of the most involved students at Thomas Edison Jr. Sr. High School.

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#1StudentNWI: Hobart High School with TEDx ‘Generation Z’ and a Prom Recap


TEDx Hobart High School
Hobart High School’s TEDx club has been in the process of making something amazing happen: their very own TEDx Talk event. The HHS TEDx event will feature a combination of TEDTalks videos and live speakers meant to spark deep discussion and connection in an intimate group setting.

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#1StudentNWI: Chesterton High School May 2017


What’s Happening
With eleven days of school left and only seven days of classes before finals, everyone at Chesterton High School is prepared for summer. But first, the end of the year festivities must commence. Almost every other day is an awards banquet or some other special event, keeping students from feeling burnt out.

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#1StudentNWI: La Crosse and an End of the Year Recap


Post Prom Recap
As April ends and May begins, many students have started to look back on this year’s education.

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#1StudentNWI: La Porte High School with an Elevating Month of Success


Learn Today to Excel Tomorrow Banquet
The top 10 percent of the LPHS Class of 2017 and their educator of choice gathered at the Silver Palace on May 1st to celebrate all of their success throughout their time in school.

This occasion was kindly sponsored by the Rotary Club, so everyone at the event was able to just enjoy the night and the incredible food. The night consisted of inducting three new members into the Learn Today to Excel tomorrow Hall of Fame, honoring the two students from every grade who won the Most Outstanding Student award, and hearing speeches from the top senior students about why they chose their most influential educator.

“The banquet was so much fun! I’m so proud of all the students and teachers for their success stories. It was inspirational to...

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#1StudentNWI: The Many May Flowers at Boone Grove


What's Happening: Softball
Softball is at Boone Grove's top five favorite sports, and is finally here for the season. For years past, the team has done exceptionally well. The team made it to state last year, unfortunately losing 1 - 0. If everything goes well, we may win state this year. All of the women on the team are incredibly efficient when it comes to any job on the field, and they all have the will to win.

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#1StudentNWI: River Forest on the Rise this Spring


Ingot Baseball On The Rise in Record Breaking Season
After two back to back appearances in the sectional championship game, the Ingots are coming into this season with high expectations. With early success and plenty of games left in the regular season, this should be quite a year for the guys in the postseason.

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#1StudentNWI: Lake Central “May” Be the Most Prideful


For Lake Central students, the countdown to summer has begun. Some students think it cannot come soon enough, while others dread the end of an exciting year. Regardless of where students stand on that view, there is no debate that many things have been accomplished at Lake Central this year. From the court to the field, the classroom to the stage and much more in between, LC students have made the 2016-17 school year one to remember.

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