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  • April 28The last opportunity for students to take the ACT for concurrent credit is Saturday, June 10. The deadline for this test date is Friday, May 5. The minimum scores that ASU-TR will accept are Reading- for all classes, English- for all classes, and Math- only needed for Math classes. To register go to and register as soon as possible.
  • April 28The foodbank and Bryant Schools will be offering food boxes to low income families with children. The family must have at least one child that is registered to get free or reduced lunches as well as register at the link provided. The food boxes will be available at Davis Elementary and the Food Service Warehouse which is by the softball field on the main high school campus from 4p.m. to 5p.m.
  • April 27Senior students will have final exams starting Friday, April 28 through Friday, May 5 in their assigned classrooms. This is important for the final grades for seniors as it will assist them when graduating.
  • April 27The AP Exam Schedules and locations have been sent through email for the upcoming tests. Contact [email protected] if you have any questions.
  • April 13The Senior Survey is here! ALL seniors should fill out this form, as it sends out all final transcripts to desired colleges AND serves as the RSVP for the Graduation Ceremony. The Senior Bulletin has also been posted, including details about graduation, senior walk, life impact awards, and prom. Both the Survey and Bulletin were sent to emails, so find them on Gmail!
The student news publication of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas

Prospective Online

The student news publication of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas

Prospective Online

Senior Banks Austin walking to his seat before graduation was to begin. Teachers formed two lines, creating a funnel for the students to walk through. it’ll be fun to see people i know graduate. Banks said prior to the event.

Walking the Stage

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | May 26, 2023

A light drizzle halted as the ceremony began; the stadium screen showcasing the senior class officers welcoming everyone and announcing the class of 2023 graduation. The graduates filed out to their seats,...

Tammy Brantley works on her computer while her students take their test.

Leaving Bryant

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | April 5, 2023

As the 2022-2023 school year comes to an end, multiple teachers are either resigning or retiring from the school district. Three of these teachers, all of which who have been teaching for over 10 years,...

Official headshot of Mayor Allen Scott, provided by

The Importance of Voting

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | March 28, 2023

This past November during midterm elections, Arkansans saw first-hand the tension between Democrats and Republicans, and more specifically Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Chris Jones. With this tension it’s...

Jennifer Watkins assists junior Colin Jones to plan his schedule during a visit to his history class.

Jennifer Watkins Wins Regional Award For Her Work as a Bryant Counselor

Catherine Spicer, Staff Writer | February 13, 2023

Jennifer Watkins, a counselor at Bryant, will receive the Arkansas School Counselor’s Association Southwest Counselor of the Year Award this summer. Watkins was nominated for the award by other Bryant...

Juniors Izzy Sharp, Bella Curran, and Karoline Bauer in Heather Hares advisory class. As members of the prom committee, they help decide the prom theme as well as come up with decorations. “I was already in Mrs. Hares advisory and she kept telling me to join [prom committee] so that she can talk about it in advisory without having to be like ‘Izzy  please leave the room,’” Sharp said.

The Other Side to Prom

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | February 10, 2023

With so many movies and songs about it, prom has become a big part of American culture, but one aspect the movies might look over are those that plan the event: the prom committee. Heather Hare has...

Amanda Black, the school facilitator, taking a selfie after doing treatment. She shaved her head beforehand, which was the last time she has ever cut her hair.

Cancer Forms Community

Jasper Robertson, Staff writer | December 15, 2022

A year into working as a facilitator at Bryant, Amanda Black was diagnosed with 1A invasive ductal carcinoma—a form of breast cancer. Black has been working as the facilitator since 2015, helping...

Senior Anna DePelsMaeker performs as Buzz the Hornet at the football game against Central High School on Oct. 7.

Behind Buzz

Deeya Rohant, Editor | December 12, 2022

At the state championship playoff football game on Nov. 18, senior Anna DePelsMaeker revealed her identity as Buzz the Hornet, making her one of her last performances as Buzz a memorable one. DePelsMaeker...

Senior Bianca Euler poses in her ballet slippers.

One Final Bow

Catherine Spicer, Staff Writer | December 12, 2022

As ten-year-old Bianca Euler sings her solo, the audience looks at her in surprise. Although she had been dancing since she was five, this was the first time anyone has heard her sing. Since then, Euler...

Senior Rory Martins semicolon tattoo.

Emotional Ink

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | November 3, 2022

Senior Rory Martin was a heavily competitive swimmer freshman year, swimming on two teams and practicing two hours everyday. On top of that, they were taking hard classes, trying their best to stay caught...

Garza performed at and MCd the Chris Cabaret at Love Auditorium.

Center Stage: The Chris Cabaret

Sydney Maddox , Staff Writer | October 24, 2022
This upcoming January, Bryant Choirs will hold their annual Coffeehouse Cabaret; an event that junior choir member, Chris Garza, realized he would not be able to attend when his doctors told him that he would have to be isolated for chemotherapy.
Senior Syd Stone poses in historical dress.

Through the Ages

Lydia Payne, Editor | October 20, 2022

Fashion is a visual marker of human evolution. It reflects history and cultures by specific styles or fabrics utilized. Senior Syd Stone follows historical fashion trends in her own style today as a way...

Varied Worship

Varied Worship

Erin Taylor, Staff Writer | October 14, 2022

Embedded in the middle of America’s Bible Belt, Christianity has been the staple of the expected religion of Arkansas; however the uprising in different religions has been present. Schools like Bryant...

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