The Lambert Post

An open letter to Graduation

The countdown in the hallway serves as a visual reminder to how quickly graduation is approaching (Photo by Colin Masterson)

Colin Masterson, Sports Editor

May 3, 2017

Dear Graduation, I'll be completely honest, over the course of this my senior year, I never really paid you much attention. However, in the past few weeks, many things have occurred which have forced me to gaze upon your face, which I have come to notice is comprised of equal parts terrifying and...

Living with Senioritis

Senior takes a nap in the nurse's office as the nurse prescribes a remedy to Senioritis.

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017

Each morning, the number of cars in the senior parking lot dwindle due to the fact that seniors are no longer coming to school. This is one of the first indicators of a Senioritis break out. Seniors all over Lambert have started showing symptoms of Senioritis. Symptoms of the dreaded condition include...

Humans of Lambert

Mrs. Theresa Adamczyk, the special education and career tech teacher at Lambert High School, speaks about her experience as the graduation coach.

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

"As graduation coach, it is our responsibility to provide support for students who really need the additional help. We start by writing 504s for students with disabilities and having meetings for them. There is also Hospital/Homebound, which is formed to aid the kids who are out sick for more than 10...

11 DIY High School Graduation Presents You’ll Actually Use

Stormtroopers want graduation presents too.

J'Nea Greer, Staff Writter

May 16, 2016

1. I love Trader Joe’s College Cookbook by Cherie Mercer Twohy Everybody deserves a home cooked meal but not everybody can prepare one. This cookbook is easy to follow and perfect for any graduate going off into the big world who might need something other than Ramen every once in awhile. 2. ...

End of the year senior playlist

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J'Nea Greer, Staff Writter

May 14, 2016

Congratulations to the seniors who have made it through high school, who have fought to the end and who have had it pay off. Lambert High School will surely miss the graduating class, but will happily set all of them free to go off and accomplish so many more great and wonderful things through out the...

Last Lambert Moments: Grad party central

Lambert seniors Jessica Wilder, Jessica Borla, Olivia Pastore, and Kat Raynor are ready to graduate high school. Of course, along with graduation comes graduation parties.

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

May 10, 2016

Wow, it feels like every day, I get at least five invites to graduation parties. My calendar is overflowing! It’s getting pretty difficult trying to plan my own party when all of my friends and classmates have claimed dates and times for theirs. Anyways, with the next month filled, here are some tips...

A guide to graduation in style: The perfect white dress

Look your best when you turn the tassel from the right to the left

Logan White, Literary Editor

May 5, 2016

White graduation dresses are an unspoken tradition at Lambert High School, but it can be difficult to find the perfect look. There are so many things to consider: Is the dress longer than the graduation gown? How will the dress look with a cap and cords? Look no further than "A guide to graduating in...

Last Lambert Moments: By the Numbers

The senior countdown until the end of the school year is in full action - then comes graduation!

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

April 19, 2016

It’s that time of the year again: the time where teachers write up the final countdown for the school year on the whiteboard. Students gleefully erase the previous number each day and write the new subtracted number. As we are now in the TWENTIES of how many school days we have left, it is totally...

Last Lambert Moments: School is still important?

As much as high school seniors want to be done with school, they aren't! School is still important and determines one's future in college, even if they already are accepted.

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

March 30, 2016

Finally, the week everyone has been waiting for has finally arrived: spring break! It’s time to hit the beach and party with your best friends. However, once that glorious week comes to a close, senioritis may strike more than ever before. “I’m already accepted to college and I put in my con...