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Theyre Here! 2021 Yearbook Distribution
Humans of IT: Luke Hogan
Theyre Here! 2021 Yearbook Distribution
They're Here! 2021 Yearbook Distribution
August 6, 2021

Let’s Talk About the 2020-21 Yearbook Distribution! The yearbooks are here and we are so excited for you to get yours!! Distribution is going to look a little different...

2021 Yearbook Distribution Update
2021 Yearbook Distribution Update
May 25, 2021

Yearbook distribution will be late summer or fall due to the late start of the school year this year. Please follow The Blaze on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @theblazeithsa...

2020 Blaze staff is awarded first place in annual KEMPA publication awards
2020 Blaze staff is awarded first place in annual KEMPA publication awards
October 23, 2020

The 2020 Blaze yearbook staff was awarded first place in the annual KEMPA publication awards. Congratulations to last year's students on this accomplishment! https://kempajournalism.org/8281/awards-contests-and-critiques/critiques/2020vkempa-publication-awards-announced/

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Humans of IT: Luke Hogan
Humans of IT: Luke Hogan
Arianna Moore, Editor-in-Chief/ Reporter • April 23, 2020

Being a wrestler and a football player, Luke Hogan (9) transitioned from middle school to high school sports. Hogan already made a mark on the programs by being a JV Football...

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Humans of IT: Isaac Harmening
Humans of IT: Isaac Harmening
Karen Sancha, Reporter/Copy Editor • April 23, 2020

Issac Harmening (9), new to high school and the Business Academy, was unphased by the pressures of being the third member of his family in the academy. “I don’t feel...

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Humans of IT: Lucas Jundt
Humans of IT: Lucas Jundt
Ashley Garcia, Reporter • April 20, 2020

Born in China, Inner Mongolia, Lucas Jundt (10) was abandoned at five days old. Although he went through a hard time at a very young age, Lucas was determined to continue...

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Capturing Memories | Documenting History
Capturing Memories | Documenting History