Tuesday 16th September 2014,
  • Seniors Get Recognized

    Seniors Get Recognized

    Annual Awards Assembly ends Year with a Bang Story by Jordan Gabauer Senior year is composed of an abundance of feelings ranging from happiness to

  • City Champs Again

    City Champs Again

    Central Girls Soccer Wins City Round Robin Story by Lily Zhao For the second year in a row, the Central girls soccer team started off

  • Honoring the Top Ten

    Honoring the Top Ten

    Lion’s Luncheon Honors Academic Achievement Over Extra-Curricular Story by Jordan Gabauer High school is characterized by baseball games, chaotic homecoming events, and choir concerts. Students

  • So, I Voted.

    So, I Voted.

    Story by Ethan Tyrell I voted for the first time on Tuesday.  There’s really nothing exciting to be said about it.  I just voted.  It

  • Has Prom Lost Its Purpose

    Has Prom Lost Its Purpose

    As the Cost of Prom Rises, Students Begin to Question: Is it Worth it? Editorial by Maddy Steilen It’s spring: the weather is warming and


Marine Biology Students Take Learning Outside the Classroom
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  Bahamas Trip Remains Effective Way to Apply Learning Story by Madison Steilen The majority of a teenager’s education experience is spent in a chair behind a desk staring straight forward. While effective for test [...]

On A Mission

On A Mission

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DECA Thrives

DECA Thrives

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Last Days

Last Days

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A Season Well Played
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Varsity Boys Tennis Falls in Team Districts Story by Max Mitchem As many spring athletes know the end of the school year means more than just diplomas and heartfelt goodbyes, it means districts. Districts are [...]

Out With a Bang

Out With a Bang

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