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Pies and Presidents

Pies and Presidents

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

April 27, 2017

This past week has been an eventful one for the members of Epsilon Beta. After holding elections, the group has decided on a new set of officers, but took the leadership in a new direction. Next year, the club will operate under a co-presidency with juniors Elizabeth Skelly and Ellie Cook. Skelly feels it on...

Behind the easel

Many artists will be showcased at the Fine Arts Festival.

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

March 30, 2017

Every year, the National Art Honors Society hosts a night where they celebrate the hard work of FHC artists in every facet of creation. This year’s annual Fine Arts Festival will be Friday, March 31 in the cafeteria. The festival gives students a chance to showcase their art and perform for the attende...

Season ends for boys basketball

Kaleb Cissell's uncle and assistant coach, Keith, consoles him after the tough loss. The team lost by 14 to Timberland in  quarterfinals on Feb. 28.

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

March 1, 2017

As this February came to close, so did the season for the boys basketball team. On Feb. 28, the boys played Timberland in the quarterfinals, which would have qualified them for district championships, but suffered an unfortunate loss. Senior Kaleb Cissell was on the court and can explain the game quite s...

FHC celebrates coding

This week was dedicated to promoting coding. This is the flyer advertising the event.

Kenzie Morris, Voice Editor

February 16, 2017

Every day during seventh hour last week, you may have heard students being called to win prizes for “We Love to Code Week”. This week was in effort to increase interest in the coding profession. Braxton Nolan, Quartermaster of the robotics team, thought this week was a great way to bring more inter...

Answering college questions

Graduation is just around the corner, and it is time for us to start applying to college.

Kenzie Morris, Voice Editor

November 11, 2016

Now is around the time when more selective schools’ application deadlines are beginning to pop up. Some of us already turned in applications for early action and decision consideration on Nov. 1, but more deadlines are coming up fast for December and Jan. 1. Many of the students competing to get into...

In the embers

Sabaa Tahir speaks to a group of English students in the Learning Commons.  Tahir visited our school to promote the second book in her series which gained a spot on the New York Times Best-sellers List.

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

October 7, 2016

Waiting at the main entrance of the school, I wrung my hands as I awaited the arrival of Sabaa Tahir, the New York Times best-selling author, “and rightfully so,” I decided after finishing her book the night before. I did my best to keep a smile on my face as the worries came in waves. “What if she d...

Girls tennis wins district title

Sisters, Angel and Tori Ikeda, celebrate on the court.

Kenzie Morris, Voice editor

September 29, 2016

The girls varsity tennis team won a district title for the first time in school history after an already successful regular season. The tournament is a series of nine matches and the first team to five wins is named champion. That team was ours. After going 10-2 for the season, the girls tennis team came hom...

Poor weather delays Light the Field event

The football team plays as the first signs of bad weather occur.

Mackenzie Morris, Voice editor

August 23, 2016

Friday night, this season’s first home football game, experienced some bad weather causing the game to be delayed. The game did not end up coming to a close until after 11 p.m. Due to the poor weather, and the delayed end, Light the Field was cancelled and will be rescheduled. Students attending were gettin...

Lacrosse seniors’ first and last season

Lacrosse team meets on the field.

Mackenzie Morris, Staff reporter

May 10, 2016

Seniors are who underclassmen look up to. They are the experts, the role models, the ones who always know the answers. But in lacrosse, that is not totally the case. As most are already aware, this is the first year our school has a Girls Lacrosse team, so everyone is new. Considering most of the girls...

Lacrosse season progresses

Lacrosse team prepares for  the next game at practice.

Mackenzie Morris, Staff reporter

April 11, 2016

After just a few weeks into their first season, the lacrosse team is making Central proud. The girls have played five games so far and are 3-1-1 for the season. The young team is excited for the unexpected success and are hoping for the season to continue on this trend. Junior Erica Hixson plays center for the la...

Newest spring sport kicks off

The lacrosse team has a lesson about the sport to prepare them to play.

Mackenzie Morris, Staff reporter

March 18, 2016

This year there is an increasing hype over the new girls spring sport taking the school by storm: lacrosse. The sport is new to our school this year and despite the difficulties of starting a new sport, the players and coaches are excited to get started. Being a new and rather obscure sport, it is...

State-bound wrestlers place at Districts

Bryce Bachowski takes first place this weekend at the varsity wrestling district tournament.

Mackenzie Morris, Staff reporter

February 17, 2016

This weekend, the FHC Varsity wrestlers competed against local schools at Francis Howell High School at the Wrestling District tournament. They competed Friday and Saturday wrestling as many as 4 times over the course of the two days. The team placed third and six of the boys are State bound with ...

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