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

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...

Photo by Yuliya Busumatrava, taken on September 8, 2021, Some rights reserved.

Behind-the-Scenes of SGA

Hannah Kenyon , Features Editor September 9, 2021

Lambert’s Student Government Association (SGA) is a major new edition this year. It is now efficiently comprised of Compass Ambassadors, Student Council and Class Cabinet. SGA is behind-the-scenes of...

The Lambert Dance Company ends their show with the eye-catching dance, Til the End.

The Lambert Dance Company captivates in their new show

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor April 20, 2018

Showing from April 12th-14th in the Lambert auditorium, "Captivate" - the latest show from the Lambert Dance Company - lived up to its title. The show’s first dance wasn’t accompanied with lyrics,...

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Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in 2011.

Student voice: Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer February 6, 2017

Last Friday, President Donald Trump signed an executive action limiting refugees from coming into the US. This action sparked much controversy and many airport protests. The Lambert Post has asked students...

Junior, Caroline Pham, is studying in five AP classes

Perspectives on homework from two Lambert students

Emma Bryant , Staff Writer January 25, 2017

  The nonsensical excuse, “my dog ate my homework” stopped working many years ago for many high-school students in Forsyth County. Today, with the pressure and competitiveness that...

The effects of the election on our community

Allie Tatoy and Emma North November 8, 2016

The world has its eyes on America in the days leading up to November 8, when the American population determines their new president for the next four years. For the past few months, Hillary Clinton and...

Students study and talk to one another during Lunch and Learn.

How Lunch and Learn has impacted our school so far

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer October 7, 2016

Though Lambert introduced Lunch and Learn just this year, it has already impacted students, teacher, and administration. Lunch and Learn is a program that allows students nearly an hour of lunch. Aside...

Senior Stephanie Tian cheerfully grins at the sight of  a fluorescent green flame.

AP Chemistry students conduct the “flame test”

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer September 13, 2016

LAMBERT HIGH SCHOOL - Students from Dr. Young's first and third period AP Chemistry classes observed the emission spectra from selected cations, or positively charged ions, on Thursday, September 8th. Students...

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