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Mr. FHC raises funds

Mr. FHC raises funds

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Events, Feature, Galleries, Showcase

The annual Mr. FHC fundraiser took place last week, this year raising money for Five Acres Animal Shelter. Through the combined ticket sales and “Miracle Minute” segment, over $2,000 was raised. Carl Swanson was crowned Mr. Sophomore, Eion Jones received Mr. Junior, and Aleks Kisselhoff won Mr. S...

Live stream of Mr. FHC

Zach Jones, Live Stream

March 9, 2018


Filed under Activities, Clubs, Events, Livestream, Video

Live stream of Mr. FHC tonight at 7

Movin’ on up

Movin’ on up

Connor Crites, Video Editor

March 2, 2018


Filed under 2017-18, Events, Galleries, Girls Basketball, Move, Showcase, Uncategorized, Winter

The girls basketball team made easy work of Timberland in their first game of districts. The final score was 37-20, which makes their record 21 & 5. The game was heavily in favor of the Spartans, but Timberland managed to come back and make it a close game. "The whole team had a lot of energy,"...

Real World Problems

Real World Problems

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter

November 16, 2017


Filed under Activities, Events, Uncategorized

After high school, and even now, students face problems that aren’t covered in textbooks or assigned by a teacher. In order to give students an opportunity to learn these skills, librarian Andrea Head came up with the idea for Real World Wednesdays. Her inspiration stemmed from a group on Facebook, ...

Author surprises students

Author surprises students

Chloe Bockhorst, Staff reporter

November 16, 2017


Filed under Events, Showcase, Uncategorized

The Other Wes Moore is an intricate story that serves as an autobiography as well as a biography of another man with the same name. Thus, it is great example of a book that students are introduced to in their high school career. One of the Wes Moores’ - author Wes, as he is called to deviate him from...

Honoring Veterans

Honoring Veterans

Kana Chung, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2017


Filed under Events, Uncategorized

On the morning of Friday, November 10, many spartans gathered in the learning commons to share the most important meal of the day with those who served our country.   Hosted by Epsilon Beta, this event gave students and faculty the opportunity to show their appreciation for veterans by pro...

A great start to the Homecoming weekend

A great start to the Homecoming weekend

Connor Crites, Video Editor

October 2, 2017


Filed under Activities, Discover, Discover, Events, Galleries

Following tradition, Central opened up the homecoming weekend with the annual homecoming parade. Although there weren't as many floats as years prior, the excitement was bigger than ever. With most every club and sport participating, there was no lack of candy or school spirit. An occurring theme...

Marching forward

Marching forward

Jessica Fults and Whitney Klein

September 29, 2017


Filed under Activities, Clubs, Events, Showcase

The Spartan Regiment’s competition last Saturday, September 23rd, against several schools including Howell High, Oakville, Rock Ridge, and Fort Zumwalt at Lafayette High School, left the band with high hopes for future competitions. The Spartan Regiment came in fourth place, and although it’s not the...

The solar eclipse, explained by a physics teacher

The solar eclipse, explained by a physics teacher

Connor Crites, Video Edior

September 11, 2017


Filed under Discover, Discover, Events, Showcase, Video

On August 21, the United States witnessed a solar eclipse. Only those in the path of totality really witnessed this rare event. For us at Central, we got about 45 seconds of totality: when the moon completely blocks out the sun, resulting in complete darkness. Mr. Ryan McCoy,  physics teacher, ...

Positivity in performance

Positivity in performance

Jessica Fults, Staff reporter

September 8, 2017


Filed under Activities, Events

This Saturday at O’Fallon township high school, the marching band has a competition showcasing their show ‘colorFALL,’ which they have recently performed at the Howell preview. Although this time they are going up against competition, senior and drum major Elizabeth Skelly, explains how the atmosphere of th...

In the lion’s den

In the lion’s den

Garrett Allen, Staff reporter

May 8, 2017


Filed under Boys Volleyball, Boys Volleyball, Events, Move, Spring Sports, Varsity Rosters

They were nervous, awaiting their expected annihilation. Yet, through all odds and a 6’10’’ opposing forward hitter, the varsity boys volleyball team held state number one Saint Louis University High to the very end of their loss last Monday in two sets - a highly-anticipated match that was far from a deci...

The season of pep

The season of pep

Gracie Kruep, Staff Photographer

May 2, 2017


Filed under Activities, Discover, Discover, Events, Galleries

 During an extremely interactive Spartan spring pep assembly, the pep club had allowed many of the spring sports to showcase just exactly what people would need to be successful while playing. A couple sports even had their own little games they played; lacrosse showed the school just how difficult ...

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