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An LHS Personal Growth Story

April 10, 2015

by Alyceah Landis Lowell,Ma- Maria Landis evolved as a person while a student at Lowell High School (LHS). During her time at LHS she tried different activities, sports teams and different styles. She chose the different interests “just to do something to pass the time.” “Freshman year I was...

An LHS Mom Meets her British Idol in Boston

An LHS Mom Meets her British Idol in Boston

April 10, 2015

One LHS student's mom recounts the night of her life when she meets her teen idol, songwriter Sir Elton John. By Brittany Sollinger [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/200183296" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450"...

LHS Student Aspires to Make a Difference

April 9, 2015

By Joe Foley Lowell, MA-The halls of Lowell General Hospital come to life in 1999 with the cry of a newborn girl. Her proud parents Arthur and Elaine Em cradle their darling infant in their arms. She is named Darlene Sothea Em, the middle child of 3 daughters, and she will grow up to become the ver...

Sincere Sophomore Loves Writing and Travel

April 8, 2015

By Ricardo Pulido Lowell, MA- Brittany Sollinger is a 16-year-old Lowell High School sophomore with an ambition for writing but little desire to taste new foods. “My favorite meal is chicken and broccoli with white rice,” she says with a plain tone. For Brittany, writing is the spice of life. Brittany...

Lesson Learned by LHS Senior

April 8, 2015

By Chyanne Keo Lowell, MA- Although Charly Rathanak Em, a Lowell High School student, does n’t remember much from his childhood, his most cherished memory is also his most embarrassing one.  It involved spilled milk. As the saying goes, “Don’t cry over spilled milk.”  One day, Charly, as...

Culinary Arts: Cooking and Cleaning at LHS

April 6, 2015

By Matthew Franzen Lowell, MA - Students learn more than just cooking when it comes to food in the Culinary Arts program of Lowell High School. “Safety and sanitation is important to help prevent foodborne illnesses and to keep the kitchen clean and healthy,” said Casey Abshire about the Culinary...

Tran’s Focus: Fitness and Future

April 6, 2015

By  Brian Hoey Lowell, MA-When Minh Tran prepares to go to the gym in the morning, he has two things on his mind: his fitness and his future. As a seventeen-year-old student athlete attending Lowell High School, his senior year marks his fourth consecutive year as a member of his high school’s gymnastics...

A Different View of Alexandra Mai

April 6, 2015

By Matthew Franzen Lowell, MA-Alexandra Mai, a 15 year-old sophomore at Lowell High School, has a dream to work for the federal government someday. To acquire her dream she is dedicated to hard work and staying out of trouble. According to Mai, often times you not only have to demonstrate your academic...

Petite Rower, Focused

April 1, 2015

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Lowell Wrestlers: All States to New Englands

March 19, 2015

By Ricky Pulido Lowell, MA- The Lowell High School (LHS) Red Raiders qualified six wrestlers to compete in the New England Wrestling Tournament at the recent MIAA All-States on Feb. 27. “Absolutely [these wrestlers] have all [the] technique down its just a matter of going out and shooting any match...

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