• The girls basketball team will have a tryout meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 2:30 p.m. in Coach Leake's room. Anyone wanting to be on the team should attend.

  • This week's Real World Wednesday will focus on car maintenance. Come to the library on Oct. 11 during Seminar.

  • Arete pillar forms are due on Friday, Oct. 13. Forms can be found just inside the entrance and should be submitted to Room 2.

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A unique sport

A unique sport

Abby Weirich, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Feature, Galleries

Every Tuesday night during the marching band season, beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m., the color guard makes the trek out to school for the second time in a row to practice as an individual section. They do this so that they can practice separately from the rest of the band and focus on the sp...

A colorFALL practice

A colorFALL practice

Elissa Staten, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


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On Sept. 12, Spartan Regiment’s woodwinds and brass met for their annual Tuesday sectional with Mr. Nathan Griffin. The sections break up into groups to work on certain parts of the show. The flutes junior Breana Epperson was going over the poses the flutes do during movement two. Senior Carlin B...

‘A creative force’

‘A creative force’

Ruth Doll, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


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This year’s group of NAHS kids may be small, but they are still quite a creative force to be reckoned with. There are more than 100 students in the afterschool club, not including the supervisor, Ms. Elizabeth Allen. NAHS encourage kids to join so they can enjoy doing their own creative projects as we...

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Reese McLaughlin, Staff reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature, Reviews

“And Then There Were None” was one of the first books that I read for school and actually enjoyed. The way Agatha Christie writes entraps the reader in her world. She doesn't baby the audience by dumbing down the plot, which is something I always appreciate. Then Hollywood came along and made a ...

Varsity Boys soccer shut out

Varsity Boys soccer shut out

Zach Jones, Livestream Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Feature, Galleries, Move

The Varsity soccer team defeated Troy sweeping them 2-0. The Central soccer players “almost had perfect chemistry on the field”, said Junior Brendan Flerlage after the win. After an up and down season for the boys, the team was happy to get this win.  ...

Adventures of Huckleberry and Finley

Adventures of Huckleberry and Finley

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2017


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Last Friday, the new grizzly bears exhibit opened at the St. Louis Zoo. Huckleberry, or Huck, and Finley are 2 and 1/2 year old orphaned siblings from Montana. After their mom had to be euthanized for being a risk to the public, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service determined the cubs were still too...

Men of FHC

Men of FHC

Laura Weiss, photographer

March 15, 2017


Filed under Events, Feature, Feature, Features, Galleries

On a Friday night, March 10th, the Spartan parking lot was packed with an excited audience about to experience the 4th annual “Mr. FHC”. The night was filled with laughter, “awes”, and screaming as the show went on. The audience were first introduced the contestants with their escorts, showing of...

Song of the week: “Irresistible” by Fall Out Boy ft Demi Lovato

Juliet Fuhrmann, Entertain Editor

March 8, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature

Finally, my current favorite band, Fall Out Boy, and my childhood envy, Demi Lovato, do a song together. I absolutely love this song, it is so upbeat and fun to sing to. Whenever I am working out, when running, I am always listening to this song because some how it motivates me to run faster. It’s weird...

“Stereo Hearts” by Gym Class Heroes feat. Adam Levine

Juliet Fuhrmann, Entertain Editor

March 2, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature

We’re taking it back a few years. This is a song that I would jam out to in middle school all the time and whenever it comes on randomly on my playlist, I still jam out. This is a song about a man comparing his heart to a stereo (a stereo is a version of a radio, the ancient stuff). He is comparing...

STL stands against travel ban

STL stands against travel ban

Hunter Rodgers, Staff photographer

February 8, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature, Galleries, Voice

"No Ban, no wall, America is home to all!" echoed throughout the streets of St.Louis on Saturday, February 4th as hundreds of Missouri citizens joined forces to march against President Trumps Anti-immigration orders. On Tuesday, January 31st, President Trump issued an Executive Order to suspend the...

Special Ed students take the stage

Special Ed students take the stage

Hunter Rodgers, Staff Photographer

December 14, 2016


Filed under Feature, Features, Galleries

On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Cori Nelson’s actors studio class joined forces with The Stages Project, a program that helps integrate students with special needs into classes that allow them to express themselves and be creative. Throughout the semester the students work on honing their skills as actors, write...

The metamorphosis

The metamorphosis

Skylar White, Staff photographer

December 2, 2016


Filed under Feature, Galleries

Ms. Elizabeth Allen's ceramics class was working on their unit three project on Oct. 26. Their unit three project is all about metamorphosis, where something is transforming into something, or showing a difference in size. “My favorite thing about the class is how laid back it is. It's relaxing a...

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