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    College Admissions Scandal

    A recent event exposed just how far wealthy parents are willing to go to get their kids into good colleges.  Click here for more information

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    What Being an “A”-Rated District Entails

    Did you know that St. John’s County recently received an A grade for the last nine years in a row?  Maybe… but what exactly does that mean?  Click here for more information on what being an A-rated district involves.

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    Girl’s B-Ball Slam-Dunks to States

    The Nease Girl’s Basketball team defeated Fort Meyers today (March 1st, 2019) with a final score of 52-40, advancing to Championships. We are keeping our fingers crossed and hope for the best as they take on Dillard at 2pm on Saturday, March 2. Currently, our Panthers are ranked 5th in the State, and 88th Nationally. GO PANTHERS! Click here for more information.

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    FREE Prom Dress Giveaway

    Show Me Shoes Foundation is doing a FREE prom dress giveaway on March 3, 2018 at The Grand Rose Ballroom for junior and senior girls that may not be able to afford the luxuries of purchasing a dress. The event is called Prom Project 9: More Than a Dress and this is our second year holding the event in Jacksonville however this is the organization’s 9th year hosting the event across the country (Kansas City, MO; Atlanta, GA; Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL; and San Diego, CA). Over the last 9 years we have helped over 2,000+ teen girls across the country find the perfect dress for prom along with a day…

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    Farewell, Coach Krause

    The Nease football coach, Tim Krause, is resigning as of next season, to be a head coach at Bishop Kenny High School.   After coaching for 8 years at Bishop Kenny before Nease, his ties with Bishop Kenny run deep. Having the experience of head coaching at Nease for 5 years helped him to be chosen for the position of Head Coach, according to Thorsen, the former football coach of Bishop Kenny football team and now athletic director.   As of Victory Day, Mr. McCool will ensure that this tradition endures, so the community can still enjoy and take advantage of the experience that comes with this special day. All…

  • Sports

    Winter Guard: New Season, New Show

    By Brady Lorch (Sports Editor) Now that winter is underway, Nease’s Winter Guard is competing in more and more competitions. After starting their practices in December and working hard through to the new year, Nease’s Junior Varsity and Varsity Guard team traveled to Flagler Palm Coast High School to take second place in their division. On the 2nd of February, they competed at Cypress Creek High School in Orlando, taking fourth place in their division. As the season progresses, the Guard will continue to have more competitions, and with practices every other weekday, they will develop their show to perfection. Breanna Miller, a member of the Varsity Winter Guard team,…

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    SOUPer Bowl: Great Event—Even Greater Cause

    The 2019 SOUPer Bowl took place January 31 at Nease High School and raised approximately $30,000 from ticket sales and donations. Money raised at the event will be donated to Blessings in a Backpack, an organization that fills backpacks with food for children in need to take home on weekends. Tickets were sold for $25 dollars each and donations were taken as well. Each attendee was able to bring home a bowl made by a St. Johns County student and was able to try 26 soups provided by various restaurants in the community. At the end of the event, each attendee was able to vote on which soup was their…

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    Common Core is No More

    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an Executive Order Friday afternoon finally disbanding Common Core learning styles in Florida schools. Many are on edge about the potential impact regarding this sudden change. For more information click here.