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NC Olympic Judge: Kevin O’Shea

The first ever NC Olympics April 5, three faculty members will judge some of the events. Superintendent Dr. Nikki Woodson, athletic trainer Miho Sayles, and head football coach Kevin O’Shea. Today we will feature...

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NC Olympic Judge: Miho Sayles

This is the first year for the North Central Olympics, all grades will be participating in this event. There will be 9 different special olympic events such as a team puzzle, SAT-type test, 3-point...

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NC Olympic Judge: Nikki Woodson

Nikki C. Woodson is the Superintendent of Schools for the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township. Woodson has lead the district to be one of few nationwide to offer International Baccalaureate to all students...

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NC Olympics This Friday

On Friday April 5, students and faculty will compete in different events to represent their grade. Some events include a puzzle, simon says, dance-off, and eating contest. Students participating should arrive between 6-6:15 p.m....

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Five Things To Know For Prom

Five Ways Juniors Can Prepare for Prom With prom coming up on April 13, juniors are in a rush to find a nice outfit to wear and someone to go with in less than...

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Five Things to Know About Applying to College

It’s best if you apply early, rather than later, so you have a higher chance of being admitted into college. When you’re a senior, you should do the Financial Aid (FAFSA) packet as soon...

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MYP Personal Project Calls for Another Early Release

On Thursday, March 21, all grades besides the sophomores, will have an early release schedule. The sophomores are encouraged to stay after school to work on their Middle Years Program Personal Project. The personal...

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Restaurant Review: Canal Bistro

There is a lot of meat in this place. Canal Bistro, just off of Guilford Ave., on the bank of the canal in Broad Ripple, is a mediterranean-themed restaurant that has been in service...

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Showchoir State Recap

On Saturday, March 16 show choir groups Counterpoints and Descants performed in the ISSMA State Show Choir Competition at NC. The Descants received the third place award for the unisex division and also took...

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Chinese Teacher’s Journey to Becoming Language Teacher

Hong Sweitzer began teaching chinese in 2013. She became a teacher after she graduated from three universities, Xiamen University in China, Ochanomizu University  and Ochanomizu University in Japan receiving her PhD. After receiving all...

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Traffic Officer Struck by Car

On March 8, traffic officer Anthony Taylor was struck by a car during his morning duties before school. The incident has caused him to be hospitalized and treated for a deep laceration in his...

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5 Things To Know With Anjel

5 things to know SAT test this Saturday March 9. Great North Run is this Saturday March 9. Time is moving one hour forward this Sunday March 10. Seven students on Zionsville Hockey team...

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Students Effected by Venezuelan Crisis

Recently Venezuela has been going through a huge government collapse which is leaving many people without food or shelter and causing riots on the streets. Nicolas Maduro took office on April 19, 2013 following...

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Restaurant Review: Diavola

This is a first for these articles, at least I think it is. Diavola pizzeria, located on East 54th St, near the Monon trail, is owned by the family of a NC student. The...

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ISTEP Testing Takes Place

On Feb. 26, students took the first round of the state standardized test ISTEP. Amongst other things schools in the state are included in this process of scoring based on average scores. Students and...

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Could Students Be More Eco-Friendly?

It is never easy, saving the world. But some NC students have taken up the call, nonetheless. While they have appeared dormant over the last few months, recycling club still exists and is still...

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Prom Preview

This years prom will be held on Apr. 13, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. The location of prom is at the Old National Center in the Egyptian room. This year’s theme is Night at the...

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National Merit Scholarship Program for Students

There are many ways a student can compare themselves to other students across the country: AP exams, the SAT and the ACT. But the test that students are required to take freshman year allows...

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Boys Wrestling Recap

Three wrestlers went to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for a chance to win a state title this past weekend. Seniors Jamichael Watts and Devontay Moore and junior Logan Galbraith represented our school in the 81st...