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

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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...

Unpaid college tuition seems to be a challenge for all students who are struggling in the edge of bankruptcy.

Broke from college, broke for life

Kelly Yoon , Social Media Lead May 12, 2017

About 68.4 percent of American high school graduates find themselves a part of the new freshmen classes at thousands of colleges and universities across America, which offer enrollment and provide a...

The banners are displayed in the counselors office to show some college options for students.

Should college be free?

Amanda Merritt , Staff Writer May 10, 2017

Should college be free? The answer is simple, no. My thought process isn’t based solely on the fact that I like to spend money, but also that making something as meaningful as college free would degrade...

Loans designed to fail?

Loans designed to fail?

Eric Kim, Staff Writer May 1, 2017

College is coming up for our seniors and money is most people's main concern– and for a lot of people, it is the deciding factor. About 44.2 million people are in debt from student loans right now...

FAFSA, a place to apply for student loans, confuses senior.

Student Loans: A Lack of Knowledge

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer April 28, 2017

There are about 4,140 universities and colleges just in the United States. Where would you end up in?

Going to college: Around or Away

Kelly Yoon , Social Media Lead March 21, 2017

The college application season is finally over for the seniors of class of 2017. They have made their own decisions in listing their schools, writing essays, submitting their test scores, and stressing...

ACT books are old news and too cheap

ACT finds more spent on tutoring, the better the scores

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer January 23, 2017

The ACT announced that, along with partner study schools, the most successful students usually pay from $300 to $500 for extra tutoring. While most people find the fees for taking the actual test to...

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