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The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

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6 College Dorm Essentials You Didn’t Know You Needed

NATALIE OGDEN, News Editor March 27, 2023

With less than a month of school left for the class of 2023, many students have begun committing to colleges, finding roommates and making their college checklist. Packing for college can be a difficult...

Coach Church working at his desk, taken by Sanhita Chatterjee on February 7, 2023.

Lambert’s New Rules On Course Changes

Sanhita Chatterjee, Staff Writer February 7, 2023

Going into the 2023-2024 school year, Lambert High School has and will be making a few changes to the process regarding class placement. Ensuring there is an appropriate student-to-teacher ratio is a hurdle...

Picture of senior  Hannah Kenyon filling out her common app. Taken by Sanhita Chatterjee on October 28, 2022

The Journey Through College Applications

Sanhita Chatterjee, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

This fall, college applications opened up for seniors and due dates are arriving quickly. Seeing as this could be a stressful period for students, everyone is dealing with the situation differently and...

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College: What Are Students Looking For?

Lacey Hester, News Staff November 2, 2022

Planning for the future is hard and high school seniors can’t escape planning for what’s next. Choosing a major is difficult enough but having to pick a college and worry about the tuition of each...

Coach Schneider at his desk. Taken by Hunter Dzerve on March 23, 2022.

Coach Schneider: Moving On, College and Careers

Hunter Dzerve, Features Staff March 30, 2022

Coach Marc Schneider, a Lambert teacher and football coach, is the epitome of following his heart and investing in his passions.  Schneider's journey began at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New...

Sheryl Tan at Rice University in Houston, Texas on December 24, 2021. Taken by her mom.

The Trials and Tribulations of Applying to Colleges

Hannah Kenyon, Features Editor March 28, 2022

For some, college is a culmination of all their hard work in their educational career. For others, college is merely furthering their education. In sight of Lambert’s highly competitive reputation, especially...

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Forsyth County Probe College Fair

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor November 8, 2021

Georgia Probe, an annual program of college fairs and guidance counselor workshops, is coming to Forsyth County at the Forsyth Conference Center on November 15 from 6-8 PM.  Probe is managed by the...

Nelson set a ball for the Lambert team in a home game during the 2020 season last year. Nelson was a junior at the time and still looked to commit to a college to continue her volleyball career. (Lambert Volleyball/…)

Taylor Nelson and Palm Beach Atlantic Volleyball

Colby Langley, Sports Editor October 31, 2021

As the first official signing date for college recruits approaches (November 10th) several Lambert athletes have already committed to collegiate teams, and one of those commits is Taylor Nelson who has...

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College Isn’t Necessary to Succeed

Livi Wold, Features Staff May 13, 2021

Despite others’ opinions, you do not need to stick to the status quo and go to college in order to be successful and happy. Society has normalized a “need” to go to college and a romanticization...

As college approaches its time for seniors to look back at the school thats prepared them for these next four years.

Farewell, High School

Cayla Vanderzanden, Senior Editor May 3, 2018

The movies have it wrong. High school isn’t mean girls, mystery meat in the cafeteria, and the relentless attempt to fit in. High school is genuinely knowing yourself for the first time, late nights...

There have been a few student-led protests against high tuition costs, which has contributed to the national debate on this issue.

The possible reality of free or reduced college tuition in America

Quinn Forney, Features Editor May 19, 2017

Since the late 80s, college tuition prices at public four-year colleges have risen at about 3.8% annually, and 3% at two-year colleges. The rising prices of tuition have prompted a national debate to address...

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Costs of College from Five Countries Around the World

May 19, 2017

Over the past several years, the prospect of going to college in order to hold a stable job has increased. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the immediate college enrollment...

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