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All of the participants from this years program including last years winner.

Spotlight on the 2025 Distinguished Young Women’s Program

Lena Skiles, Writer/Reporter April 24, 2024

Founded in 1958, the Distinguished Young Women(DYW) program was formed to provide a way to reward high school juniors for their achievements, specifically to ones seeking a higher education. Now, it provides...

Rapid Rise to the Top

Rapid Rise to the Top

Abby Space, Reporter/Writer April 24, 2024
As the spring season unfolds, the Soddy Daisy Girls Lacrosse team has dominated the district. With an unbroken streak of victories, they've not only defended their turf but claimed the top spot in the district rankings. The team is in their third year of play at Soddy Daisy High School and have improved from last in the district their first season to first this season.   With just a couple weeks left in the season, the question on everyone's mind is no longer if they will maintain their lead, but just how far this team will go.
Pictured Left to Right:
Anna Fisher, Michelle Bettis, & Jessica Gann

Women Supporting Women In Tech

Emma Tolley, Co-editor/reporter April 12, 2024

Women are struggling to level the playing field after years of underrepresentation in the field of technology. According to Jessica Hubbert from Exploding Topics, "Women currently hold only 26.7% of tech-related...

Trojans Baseball Strong Going into the Home Stretch

Holden Davis and Corbin York April 10, 2024

The Trojans Baseball program made history this week by being the quickest team in school history to reach 20 wins after defeating East Hamilton 3-1 on April 5th. Soddy Daisy also racked up 2 more District...

What’s the next step?

Lena Skiles, Reporter/Writer April 2, 2024

SDHS seniors are preparing for graduation this May but what are their plans after? Leaving SDHS, students have many opportunities to utilize moving into their future. Some students will continue school...

Night of a Thousand Lights

Night of a Thousand Lights

Cassidy Mailliard and Emma Tolley March 27, 2024

The day Juniors and Seniors have been looking forward to all year is coming up in a few short weeks, PROM. Students will enter the new gym and immediately be transported into a world of twinkling lights...

SDHS Set to Get Roads Paved

SDHS Set to Get Roads Paved

Grace Nunley, Reporter/Writer January 30, 2024

On Thursday, January 25th and Friday, January 26th, Soddy Daisy student drivers left at 2:05 due to pavement issues in the student pickup area. After the week full of snow and rain, some of the pavement...

Cenbad performing as the entertainment at SDHS celebration of learning.

Soddy Daisy High School’s Rock Band

Lena Skiles, Reporter/Writer December 12, 2023

The SDHS Rock Band was a new addition to all of the electives here at SDHS this year. Taught by Mr. Lovingood, rock band, is a class of nine students who are all very musically talented.    To...

Do Labor Unions Still Matter?

Chloe Brooking, Opinion Editor November 15, 2023

Labor unions have been a part of the American labor force since 1866. And while they were once deemed crucial, there's now debate over whether they're necessary. So now comes the big question: Do labor...

Pictured is the pumpkin selection at Flat Top Mountain Farm this season on October 15th, 2023.

Halloween Activities Near Chattanooga

Lena Skiles, Reporter October 20, 2023

As Halloween is approaching, here are a few different ideas you and your friends and family can participate in around Chattanooga. Haunted Market:  The Sunday Market will turn into a family-friendly...

Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Grace Nunley, Reporter/Writer October 18, 2023

  The 4th annual Chattanooga Motorcar Festival was hosted in Downtown Chattanooga from Friday, Oct. 13th to Sunday, Oct. 15th. The festival was sponsored by Millenium Bank, and the funds went directly...

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