Knight Life

Knight Life Travels to the MIPA Awards

Sarah Stevens felt instant gratification when she received her award. She is one of seven from Loy Norrix who won an award.

clairedomanick

May 14, 2014

In late April, 26 staff members from Knight Life traveled to Lansing, MI for the annual MIPA awards where there were over 5,000 entries. MIPA, which stands for the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association, is run through Michigan State University and was founded in 1921 to train, promote, and recogn...

Don't Forget About the Dress Code

Refer to the Loy Norrix student planner for dress code guidelines.

clairedomanick

April 3, 2014

As the weather gets warmer, the dress code becomes more enforced. Save yourself time at the tower by following the Loy Norrix dress code. Here’s a quick refresher to ensure you won’t have to call home asking for a change of clothes: Blouses, shirts, and dress tops must extend below the beltline...

Juniors Reflect on ACT & MME

Juniors Reflect on ACT & MME

clairedomanick

March 6, 2014

Congratulations Juniors, the ACT part of this week is officially over! Only one more day of waking up early to take the dreaded (but mandatory) MME test. The following quotations are from current juniors who have just finished the second day of testing: “It was difficult, but then again parts were e...

National Honor Society: Loy Norrix Chapter Honors New Inductees

clairedomanick

November 20, 2013

The faculty council and advisors of the Loy Norrix Chapter of the National Honor Society have recently announced the new junior and senior students who will be inducted into NHS. The induction will take place on Tuesday,December 3rd at 6:30 in the Kasdorf Auditorium at Loy Norrix High School. NHS advisor Art Williams said, “Our guest speakers this ye...

Mock U.S. Citizenship Test: Can the Average Loy Norrix Student Pass?

A child holds up an American flag during the U.S. citizen naturalization ceremony at the Gerald R. Ford Museum
(Mark Copier | The Grand Rapids Press)

clairedomanick

October 12, 2013

In all three lunches, students were given a survey to determine if they could pass the mock U.S. Citizenship Test that reflects some of the questions that people from other countries are required to pass before they can officially become citizens of the United States of America. Although these questi...

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