The student news site of Robinson High School

Knight Writers

The student news site of Robinson High School

Knight Writers

The student news site of Robinson High School

Knight Writers

Best of SNO

An abandoned physics classroom in the science building. The room is now used for storage.

Coping With Physics Teacher Loss

Grace Shafer, Senior Staff Writer September 14, 2023

Practically everywhere you go now, you're bound to witness the societal consequences of job shortages. Restaurants void of decent service, stores where you have to chase down the employees, theme parks...

Kameron Padgett (24) carries Sela Teplin (23) during the competition cheer teams pep rally routine at the winter sports pep rally.

Padgett Pops Off

Charlotte Stone , Print Managing Editor March 9, 2023

This past season cheer gained a valuable new addition to their team, Kameron Padgett. Padgett joined for his first season as a junior, becoming the only male team member. Believe it or not, joining...

Payton Heckman (23) in blue light with his guitar, decorated in signatures.

ISSUE 3: Heckman Reaches for the Stars

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor March 3, 2023

Music is a big part of everyone's lives, but to Payton Heckman ('23), it holds a special place in his heart. A lifelong music enthusiast, he did not hesitate when he came across an opportunity where he...

A student and teacher in a classroom for a new A.I.C.E. class. Graphic developed on  Canva.

Robinson Aims to AICE the 2023-24 School Year

Vikram Sambasivan, News & Features Editor February 2, 2023

Coming into high school, there are so many different types of courses and learning methods. So many that one can almost feel overwhelmed. Well, prepare for yet another way to get ahead. Joining the ranks...

A Canva graphic portraying African American women and text saying how AP African American Studies is being banned in Florida.

Florida Bans New Advanced Placement Course

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor February 2, 2023

Every few years, College Board introduces new Advance Placement (AP) classes for students who wish to take a college-level class and potentially earn college credit at a high school level. Last September,...

A family happily eating dinner together on Lunar New Year night.

Hopping into Lunar New Year at Robinson

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor January 24, 2023

For many Southeastern Asian American families, the start of the new year is often not on Jan. 1; alongside billions of people worldwide, these individuals also celebrate Lunar New Year, a holiday all about...

(From left to right) Luka Gudelj (22), Miles Griggs (23) and Naomi Sullins (23) performing Kyoto by Phoebe Bridgers.

‘Mark H’ Makes Their Mark

Cecilia Cheng, A&E Editor November 7, 2022

We all have wanted to learn to play the drums and start a band at one point in life. Having been involved in music ever since she was little, Naomi Sullins (’23) made her dreams come true when her friends...

Alex Galvin (23) points his prop sword, returning for his final year in the Knight costume.

ISSUE 1: Gallant Galvin the Knight

Juno Le, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2022

There are five things that make a Robinson home game a Robinson home game. The first four consists of the football team, the cheer team, the marching band and the student section. The final piece that...

The 2022-23 Robinson girls flag football uniform from Nike, which now sports the Nike Elite status.

Flag Football Jersey Reveal Presented by Nike and the Bucs

Juno Le, Editor-in-Chief August 21, 2022

Girls are running the world as RHS runs to the Nike World. In just a few days, Robinson High School and Alonso High School's flag football teams will fly out to Nike World Headquarters in Oregon...

(From left to right) Seniors Haley Magin, Ava Hogan, Brianna Stearns, Jaylen Stasio, Sydney Hall, Lindsey Chadwick and Casey Ingram pose with the FHSAA Flag Football Class 1A State Championships trophy and their gold medals.

Lighting Interruption & Lightning Fast Interception: Flag Football Holds Onto State Title

Juno Le and Zoe Thaxton May 18, 2022

Robinson served as the image of perfection in the high school flag football world for five consecutive years leading up to the State Championships. Their seventh (and sixth straight) state title in Class...

Load More Stories
Donate to Knight Writers
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All Knight Writers' Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest