Young Questions Answered by Old Folks: The Advice Collected Over 3-4 years

Young Questions Answered by Old Folks: The Advice Collected Over 3-4 years

By: Audrey McGee & Charisma Ganye High school can be a hard transition for many. Without the proper context of high school, certain tips and tricks stay on the down-low. To help with the transition, Torch has gathered questions from incoming sophomores and freshmen to be answered by your favorite Torch staffers, Charisma and Audrey! [...]

A Pointless Divide

A Pointless Divide

By Aaron Siebert There is a vast valley dividing the people of America today. It can be seen from any news outlet or media. The entire country has dissolved into an us vs. them mentality. Whether it’s red vs. blue, right vs. left, or any other spin we can put on those two sides.  While [...]

Staying In Dress Code During In-Class Education

Staying In Dress Code During In-Class Education

By: Emma Zeller Each day as students are getting ready for school, something is running through their minds: the dress code. Dress codes ensure that students stay modest in class, updating frequently to better mandate the styles.  Recently, Jenks updated its dress code. The school consulted different groups of students at JHS that made up [...]

What’s better than a T-1000? A Robot named Pork Chop!

What’s better than a T-1000? A Robot named Pork Chop!

By: Hayden Alexander Have you ever felt the need to construct a 150 pound machine that throws doge balls and chases down anyone who dares to wear yellow? Well the Jenks Robotics team has got you covered. The Robotics team is a STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) oriented club here at Jenks. Each year students [...]