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Bobby Soderstrom wins the Business Department Award from Jen Wyss.

FHC Senior Night 2022

Aniya Sparrow, Video Editor May 24, 2022

As the school year comes to a close, FHC has decided to commemorate over 100 of the seniors at the annual Senior Awards night. On Friday, May 12, the seniors invited to the awards ceremony were honored...

Junior Caleb Cheatham heads to first base.

A Swing and A Miss

Aniya Sparrow, Video Editor May 10, 2022

On Wednesday, April 27th, the Varsity Baseball team played a tough game against Holt High School. Although the team played with force, they ended up losing with a score of 7-2. And as the school year comes...

Unapologetically, We

Aniya Sparrow and Raina Straughter May 5, 2022

“It's in the reach of my arms, the span of my hips, the stride of my step, the curl of my lips, I am woman. Phenomenally.” -  Maya Angelou.  From the beginning of American history, black women...

Sticking With It

Sticking With It

Aniya Sparrow , Video Editor April 26, 2022

The Varsity Lacrosse team has been on a roll this season, by adding another win under their belt. On Thursday, April 14th, the team beat Northwest High School with a score of 12-4. Exactly a year ago on...

The band waits to start the concert.

The Winter Concert

Aniya Sparrow, Video Editor January 26, 2022

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2021, 3 of our FHC Spartan Bands performed their winter concert in front of their friends and family. The first band to perform was the Concert Band, which mostly consisted of freshmans...

Nick Ortinau walks to the end of the court.

Facing Our Rivals

Aniya Sparrow , Video Editor January 19, 2022

On Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, the varsity boys basketball team went head to head with our rivals Francis Howell High, and the match was packed with students from both schools. The entire gym was filled with...

Inside Their Minds

Riley Wania , Photo Editor November 22, 2021

Social media has been a consuming part of the lives of many teenagers all across the world, including the ones at FHC. This video searches for the truth behind how social media can affect our generation...

Why Athletes Play Their Sports

Maya Culian and Rebecca Hornberger November 15, 2021

This is a video about the benefits and the reality of joining a fall sport at Francis Howell Central and why students should join. We tell you the highs and lows to being in a sport and why it is so beneficial...

A Cap-Tivating New Policy

Samantha Castille and Charlie Rosser November 12, 2021

FHC has happily approved the new hat policy that was placed on the district this year. Students and staff are now allowed to wear funky, cool, and fresh hats to school as much as they want! Enjoy this...

Morgan Corbitt, Senior, smiling with mom and sister as they walk.

Rainy Day Smiles

Aniya Sparrow and Maya Culian, Social Media Editor and Video Editor November 3, 2021

As the fall sports start to come to a close, FHC decided to take some time to celebrate the amazing seniors that have been a part of the different sports and activities throughout their time in highschool....

Sierra Brumme jumps up for the ball.

A Team Effort

Aniya Sparrow , Video Editor October 17, 2021

On Thursday Oct. 7, the JV girls volleyball team won their match against Fort Zumwalt South, with a score of 25-17. The team has been on a roll all season and it’s all because of how well the girls work...

Junior Morgan Corbitt is a cheerleader at FHC. When I asked to photograph her, I thought of different ways I could capture her personality, while also staying true to the idea of spiffy,.. My first thought: GLITTER!! Morgan is stunning inside and out, and I felt that glitter was ab accurate representation of that.

Looking Sharp

Aniya Sparrow , Staff Photographer June 2, 2021

The photographers of Central Focus have been working extremely hard this entire year, trying to produce photos for our website, newspaper, and our yearbook. The photographers have done a tremendous job...

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