Centralized: Episode 2

Centralized: Episode 2

Savannah Drnec, Video editor

October 24, 2019

This episode of Centralized we explore girls basketball, environmental club, an NHS service project, and many others. Stories: Carl Swanson's service project: 0:39 Environmental club: 3:07 Wind Ensemble: 5:29 Girls tennis: 7:54 Girls basketball: 10:11 Segments: Sports: 7:42 Politics: 12:59 Ent...

April 2019 Issue: Central Focus

April 2019 Issue: Central Focus

Kana Chung and Isaiah Salin

April 12, 2019

A look back at the school year’s most captivating moments in photo.

March 2019 Issue: Against the norm

March 2019 Issue: Against the norm

Isaiah Salin and Kana Chung

April 5, 2019

This month's conformity issue highlights the issues of school learning and the new learning styles that emerge from these problems. In Discover, the individuality and intelligence in the school environment is often overlooked by the conformist nature of the school system. In Feature, the issue of prom...

10 little ways to be happier

10 little ways to be happier

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2019

Take pride in your accomplishments: Whether it be getting an A on a test or getting a new job, congratulate yourself and realize what a good job you’re doing. Stop comparing yourself to others: In the digital age this can be difficult, but you have to realize there are so many factors to every...

Working as hard as… as a Fiddler on the Roof!

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

February 25, 2019

With third quarter nearing its end, the spring musical, Fiddler on the Roof is in full swing. With 16 songs and over two hour running time, the show is no easy performance. Members of the ensemble are in almost every song, and therefore have lots of choreography and music to learn. Some cast members...

February issue: Why I Didn’t Report

February issue: Why I Didn't Report

Kayla Reyes, Social media editor

February 22, 2019

In the #MeToo era, stories of sexual assault arise

Families found

Beth Wilkerson stands with her adopted mother. She is very happy that she ended up in her current family.

Whitney Klein, Social media editor

December 20, 2018

A young girl in a high school relationship. She thinks she’s in love, the world is perfect, but then suddenly, a missed period, a positive test, she’s pregnant. The perfect little world she once knew comes crashing down. She’s too young. What will she do? Give up the baby. There are 1.5 mil...


Pordea holds up an image showing the distance between his current home and where his family immigrated from.

Maggie Wilkerson, Staff reporter

December 20, 2018

Growing up in the country or state you were born in is a privilege that many of us don’t ever think about or fully appreciate- familiar streets, customs, and people are a comfort that not all kids or students have. The process of leaving one’s home for a place completely unlike what they are us...

Better together

Better together

Craig Eddy, Entertain editor

December 20, 2018

In a nuclear family, there is a mother, a father, and children ranging from one to many. In the case of parents who identify as LGBTQ, they may choose partners of the same gender as them. For their kids however, it’s a different story. Some kids may enjoy having two moms or two dads, some may hate...

Similar with singular

Sydney Love stands with her mother and sister while on vacation. Despite being sad that her parents separated, she recognizes they're both happier now.

Chloe Bockhorst, Voice editor

December 20, 2018

Photos are lined up on a fireplace mantle, showcasing cheesy smiles and poised candid moments of a family. Nothing stands out to those who are in the pictures; it’s the same family they’re used to seeing everyday, living and growing with. To a new guest, they seem nearly normal. But to a differe...

December 2018 issue: The Happy Issue

The December Issue of the Central Focus: The Happy Issue

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2018

Need a lift as finals draw near? Enjoy 28 pages of positivity

In the dark

Students and staff walk towards the lit wing of the school. The power outage had only impacted the classroom side of the school, so students were guided to the gym to wait for instructions.

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

November 19, 2018

Early Monday morning, much before the clock struck seven, something strange happened at FHC. Those who were entering the building at the time were presented with quite the issue: the school was without power. The entire classroom wing was dark. And nobody knew why. Students were gathering in the ca...

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