Do Teens Really Read?

It’s 10:30 p.m. Exhausted from the school day and practice, the boy hobbles up the stairs to the bedroom. Two objects grab his attention on the nightstand — one, his book for school, the other, his phone. The student knows his test is coming up but rejects the hard work to absorb the book’s necessary information….

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Rounding the Curve

Rounding the curve, the runner sees his opposition, four strides ahead, digging in for the last 100 meters. Both faces mirror the countless hours of late-night practices and early morning workouts. Through sheer determination and will, the runner begins to close the gap, a task that just a moment ago felt impossible. They finish within…

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The Rocket Book

As the final bell of the school year approaches, excitement is building for one of the most anticipated events of the year: the release of the school’s yearbook. Packed with unforgettable moments, crazy antics, and heartwarming memories, the yearbook is the ultimate time capsule that captures the essence of the entire school year.  Sophomore Griffin…

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Home Turf

For the first time in school history, the physical fitness national championship is held on home turf. On Saturday, May 7, Catholic High’s JROTC will host the national physical fitness competition.  Most know the school fitness team for its domination in the sport. Currently, the team has won six national championships in a row. While…

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