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The online home of the Central Focus

The student parking lots sit full on the morning of Nov. 15th, the day of the school years first snow. When it comes to driving in clod, wet weather, two of the schools teachers who are certified to teach Drivers Education cautioned students to drive more defensively and to give themselves more time to get to their destinations.

Staying Safe when it’s Slick

Ian Spencer, Staff Reporter January 18, 2023

As a mid western winter approaches, weather that can create some really tricky driving conditions come along, slick roads, a snow-clouded field field of vision and black ice are some considerable cold-weather...

Students watch a movie on the projector in class.

Quality Or Not, You’ll Still Go See It

Nolan Haberstroh, Staff Reporter November 7, 2022

Every year there are hundreds of movies, games, and TV shows produced and released, and it just so happens that most of them are awful. It’s a fact of life that will likely never change. Even if a project...

Senior Carly Cronin works with a student in Ms. Breens Fashion 1 course.

Practical and Accessible

Tea Perez and Clara Kilen May 27, 2022

When the time comes for a student to select classes for their schedule they are presented with a wide variety of elective courses from gym classes to cooking classes. However, this experience looks different...

HOUSE HUNTING: Lauren Risley, FHC Class of 2002, shows clients around a home. Lauren Risley owns her own realty business and recently starred in her own HGTV show, Call the Closer.

Closer to Home

Rachel Vrazel, Web Editor May 25, 2022

Beginning in November of 2021, the face of Lauren Risley could be seen across the country with the click of a remote or the tap of a thumb. But before she could be seen by the entire world as she showed...

The team cheers from the sidelines

Attacking for the Title

Raina Straughter, Staff Photographer May 23, 2022

The night of May 20, Girls varsity Lacrosse had a halting experience while playing Kirkwood. The team was down in the first half but quickly got it together for the second half, enhancing them to win the...

Ms. Rowe cant help but smile as she teaches her latest biology lesson about ecology and the soil food web. Her genuine love for all things science makes her class an enjoyable place to learn.

Jessica Rowe

Madi Hermeyer, Visual Media Editor May 5, 2022

Mrs. Rowe,  I wish I had the words to explain the impact that you’ve had on me in my four years here at FHC. I remember meeting you my very first day in this building, Freshman Transition Day. That...

New Friends, Familiar Faces

Tea Perez and Sydney Tran April 12, 2022

Clinton Payne Sophomore Clinton Payne, like most kids, loves going outside. When he is in his Adaptive PE class, you can count on him being outside on the track on nice warm days. He will skip,...

Senior Allen Butterfield prays over freshman Lucas Schuster and junior Tyler Hoskins. This particular meeting was all about being there for your friends and supporting them. The participants met in small groups and poured their hearts out. They shared their struggles, their praises, and their love for the Lord.

A Journey of Faith

Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor January 2, 2020

She holds a book. It is blue and dark brown with engravings of flowers covering the front of it. It is not pristine and new, but rather worn with page markers and post-it notes sticking out in every direction....

FHC Bible Study

FHC Bible Study

Emily Wolfe, Staff Photographer December 10, 2019

Every Tuesday, students meet in Mrs. Kathy Maupin’s classroom at 6:30 in the morning to share time together in prayer. They eat food, read the bible, share stories, pray for each other, and create relationships....

Reduce, reuse, create

Gretchen Wood and Ben Freeman December 6, 2019

On Thursday, December 5th, the environmental science classes made projects out of recycled projects. They used plastic, paper and other materials that could be reused. The projects were made with competition...

Guitar Appreciation

Gretchen Wood and Ben Freeman December 6, 2019

In the first hour, a lot of students are in class learning content, but in room 006, students are learning how to play guitar in the class Music Appreciation. A Lot of the students are new to learning...

Environmental Club members plan upcoming events and ways to limit the amount of waste the community puts into the environment.

Be the Change

Grace Bahru, Staff Reporter October 10, 2019

Although the Environmental Club is brand new it has big ambitions to help our community. The newly founded club already has 10 members so far and they hope to expand their numbers over the next few months....

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