The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

This is an image of the first Lambert students to attend Beta Con. Taken on January 26, 2019. Since 2019, Lambert’s Beta club has significantly gotten larger and is now taking 50 students to Beta Con. (Lambert Beta Club)

The Upcoming Beta Con

Shriya Buche, News Staff January 19, 2022

Beta, one of the most popular clubs in Lambert high school, is preparing for its annual convention.  Beta is a nonprofit service organization that focuses on character, service and leadership throughout...

While the Omicron variant is less severe than other variants, you can still be affected even if you are vaccinated. December 20, 2021. The new variant may be a step in the right direction towards the end of COVID-19. (Muaz Kory/Al Jazeera)

Omicron Varient COVID-19 Cases At an All-Time High

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief January 18, 2022

While everyone was excited to celebrate the holidays with their family or to travel, the new variant of COVID-19, Omicron began to surface around the world.  As sudden as it was, the new strand began...

Snowed-in neighborhood in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. (Flickr/Omo.A)

No Day Like a Snow Day

Natalie Ogden, News Editor January 16, 2022

Parts of Georgia are expected to get snow, sleet, ice and possibly hail late Saturday into Sunday. There is still uncertainty about the amount of snow and type of precipitation due to the system still...

Taken from Forsyth County Schools Twitter account @FCSchoolsGA on December 6, 2021 at 9:44 AM.

Support Forsyth County Schools with AmazonSmile

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor December 19, 2021

Forsyth County Schools have partnered with AmazonSmile this holiday season to generate donations for “FoCo.”   AmazonSmile is a program that donates 0.5% of your purchases on Amazon to a charity...

Chinese protestors to stop the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. December 6, 2021. The U.S. has announced they will not be sending official delegation to Beijing for the Olympics. (Frederic J. Brown/@americanpost)

U.S. to Boycott 2022 Olympics in Beijing

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2021

The U.S. has announced that it will not be sending any government officials to Beijing in the 2022 Winter Olympics.  Due to the human rights crisis in the Xinjiang region and pro-democracy protests...

 Lambert Students Nathan Kim, Steven Hao, and Gene Kang all are seen wearing Stevens Red Cats shop merchandise (December 1st, 2021). Both friends were extremely supportive of Steven Hao’s business, and continuously made an effort to promote his products! (The Lambert Post/Ashley Choi).

Entrepreneurs of Lambert

Ashley Choi, News Staff December 5, 2021

There's no such thing as starting a business too young. Lambert is considered the breeding place for young minds to thrive. In the past years, countless students have taken the initiative to use their...

This is an image of a few of the handmade cards that will be donated to Northeastern Georgia Hospital. November 16, 202. These letters will be distributed to the healthcare workers in the hospital. (Alison Lafayette)

Lambert’s Doctors Without Borders Club Donates Handmade Cards to a Local Hospital

Shriya Buche, News Staff December 1, 2021

The new Doctors Without Borders club in Lambert High School showed their appreciation by creating personalized thank you cards for healthcare workers in order to spread holiday cheer and demonstrate gratitude.  This...

Created by Taylor Petrofski on November 30, 2021.

Are Blue Passes Too Good to be True?

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor November 30, 2021

A few weeks ago, select Lambert students received a “blue pass” that recruited them to participate in an intensive interview about the school. The blue pass was delivered to students across all...

The photo here shows a portion of goods that the students of Lambert High have donated. The items here consist of things ranging from blankets, toiletries, and canned foods. (Lambert Post/Ashley Choi)

Giving Back to the Community

Ashley Choi, News Staff November 16, 2021

The month of Thanksgiving is a time where we reflect back on our lives and give our gratitude to the gifts we’ve been blessed with. Not only that, but it’s a month where we pay forward things we take...

Peaceful protesters hold signs outside the capitol building in washington dc, advocating for limiting the use of fossil fuels (Flickr/Victoria Plecking)

Climate Change Crisis

Natalie Ogden, News Editor November 14, 2021

On November 8th, 2021, the COP26 climate summit was held in Glasgow Scotland. 100 world leaders were present at the summit such as U.K prime minister Borris Jonson and U.S President, Joe Biden. Countries...

*Click to Interact*

Whisper

Shriya Buche, News Staff November 12, 2021

Whisper has recently been making a significant impact at Lambert High School. Established at LHS in 2019. This is a community of students that focus on having good conversations and being vulnerable.  The...

Pharmacys such as Walgreens and CVS are now available for walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations November 10, 2021. As positive COVID-19 cases grow, the farther the world gets from going back to normal. (Jimena Ruano)

COVID-19: Vaccines and Booster Shots

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2021

While COVID-19 is still in its peak stage, many believe receiving the vaccine will make them completely immune to the virus. This is a huge misconception that has caused the virus to spread even more,...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Lambert Post
$50
$500
Contributed
Our Goal