The Buzz

The Buzz is the newspaper at F-M High School. It is written by students, for students, about students. Students who write for their school newspapers are sought after by colleges. The Buzz needs students who are artists, photographers, computer design experts, and writers. Students have the opportunity to express their voices in letters to the editor. Although the editorial staff of The Buzz meets daily, organizational meetings for writers are held on designated days, usually Wednesdays, in Room 1104.

Community Wide Dialogue

Community Wide Dialogue is a diversity exchange program. Students who participate in this program spend a day shadowing another student at Nottingham High School, and then act as a host when Nottingham High School students visit F-M. In addition, CWD participants engage in a series of conversations with Nottingham students concerning issues of race and diversity. Students of all grade levels are invited to apply.

F-M Improv Club

A club focusing on learning long and short form improvisational theater. We have shows every month. For more information please visit the website at www.fmimprov.com.

Shakespeare Garden Club

This club is open to anyone who is interested in gardening. Meetings will take place once per month and on an as needed basis. Primarily, the club will work in the Shakespeare Garden but, depending upon member interest, will develop gardens around the school campus.

Thespian Troupe #98

Thespians is an honorary organization recognizing contributions to the dramatic arts. To become a member of the Thespian Troupe a student earns points for participation in various theatrical productions. The troupe sponsors several dramatic productions over the course of the school year. Members also get the opportunity to attend theatrical field trips. Fund raising projects vary from year to year to help generate money for various activities. 

Voices

Let your voice be heard! Come to Voices, your annual literary magazine, if you are interested in short stories, poetry, and the English language in general. It’s a warm, relaxed environment in which one can peruse copies of poetry over popcorn. Submissions are discussed anonymously, and this year we will be welcoming poetry, short fiction, and original artwork from all members of the student body. Submissions can be made to your English teacher and you don’t need to be in VOICES to submit work. Be a part of this year’s creation, come to Room 1105 on Mondays.

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