The Sting

  • March 23HOPE will have its next meeting on 3/24 in room 621 (Gorman)
  • March 23Roswell Paws will have its next meeting on 3/31 in room 832 (Hoza)
  • March 23Spring Break is almost here! Remember to stay safe, Hornets!
  • March 23Juniors and Seniors: Secure your prom tickets today! Prom is April 23rd!
  • March 21EOC testing will take place from April 25th through the 29th


The Sting is Roswell High School’s student-run newspaper, established in 1955.



The Sting is a student-run publication, intended to bring news to the entire Roswell High School community and beyond. We encourage your comments and opinions on the stories posted on the Sting. In order to keep the discussions aligned with the mission of the school and student publications, please follow the following guidelines.

  • Each public posting represents RHS and is subject to the rules found in the Student Handbook.
  • Different viewpoints and opinions are welcome, but comments must demonstrate respect. Profanity, insults, and language demonstrating intolerance are unacceptable.
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The Sting is on Twitter and Instagram (@theroswellsting). The Director of Business, Social Media Managers, and other Sting staffers manage the social media accounts in consultation with the adviser. Members of the Roswell community are encouraged to follow us on social media for online posting and discussion of student news.

Social media reporting is often fast-paced, but our editors do their best to ensure that posted content is accurate and verified. Any inaccurate information will be corrected, with corrections acknowledged. Social media participants must remember that anything posted in response to the Sting social media is public and reflects on both our publication and our school. Social media replies and comments will be screened for defamation, profanity, or libel.


Bylines include the name of the lead reporter on the story. Additional contributors are credited as authors on each post, but attribution may not appear in the online byline. Graphics, photos, art and illustrations, and all other creative work will be given attribution.


At times, online stories will be updated as new information surfaces. Verified inaccuracies will be corrected. When this occurs, a correction will be published at the bottom of the story with the date of the most recent revision and details of the change.


Opinion pieces, including columns, blogs, editorials, and reviews, are labeled as opinion or commentary in the publication. Opinions and viewpoints expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the Sting editorial staff or of Roswell High School.


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The Sting is under prior review by the administration of Roswell High School. Other than the blog section and social medias, all articles are subject to restraint by Dr. Robert Shaw, Principal of RHS. Administration reserves the right to edit, delay, or pull any story that goes out. Information presented on the record during an interview may change prior to the newspaper’s publication. Some information could be damaging to the school if published.

According to the Hazelwood ruling, the Sting staff must comply with Dr. Shaw’s decision. We are working to the standard for best practices set by the Student Press Law Center (SPLC), Georgia Scholastic Press Association (GSPA), and Journalism Education Association (JEA), among others, but in addition will also act in accordance with the Roswell administration.

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