How Well Do You Know NC?

How Well Do You Know NC?

April 5, 2017

Adam and Kourtney quiz the students of NC about their knowledge of the school. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XI4sBcaL-XA  

Mini Marathon Training Plan

Mini Marathon Training Plan

March 13, 2017

Each year, 35,000 athletes embark on the harrowing 13.1 mile Indianapolis Mini-Marathon course. Additionally, the event is almost always boasts the largest number of finishers each year. For many, the race exists as an annual tradition proceeding the Indianapolis 500, but for others the race is a mo...

Investigation into National Honor Society

Investigation into National Honor Society

March 8, 2017

Each fall, students flock to apply for the revered and respected National Honor Society. The NHS program, in its near century existence, has enticed and motivated millions of students to strive for educational integrity and integrated community service. However, the North Central chapter attracted co...

From the Desk: Wisdom Teeth

From the Desk: Wisdom Teeth

February 21, 2017

In the second episode of From the Desk, Adam and Zeke discuss wisdom teeth removal and the best way to prepare and recover from the intensive surgery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQd07pTY3Js

From the Desk: North Central Credit Union

From the Desk: North Central Credit Union

February 2, 2017

In the first episode of the From the Desk series, Adam McGoff, Zeke Skulski and Will Keedy take an inside look at one of the district's oldest buildings, the North Central Credit Union. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=224np2w44L8

Questions and Answers with Catherine Seat

Questions and Answers with Catherine Seat

November 8, 2016

 Catherine Seat (wife of Pete Seat, a close friend of Eric Holcomb and key member of his campaign) Q: Did you expect Indiana to remain Republican in this year’s election? A: I really did. The state of Indiana, except for in 2008, has almost gone exclusively Republican. So it’s pretty clear...

Third Party: Should it be a Choice?

Third Party: Should it be a Choice?

September 26, 2016

When voters consider their options for President, they often narrow their focus to the Democratic and Republican parties. This presidential election, for the first time in decades, two additional parties have a chance to capture a significant portion of the popular vote. These groups, the Libertarian a...

Alumni Qualifies for 2016 Olympic Trials

Alumni Qualifies for 2016 Olympic Trials

May 11, 2016

Each year, collegiate, high school, and professional runners alike flock to participate in the Payton Jordan Invitational at Stanford. The 10,000m event usually consists of an elite field of athletes, including Olympic medalists. This year, Futsum Zeinasellassie, an NC graduate from 2012, set a quali...

The Voting Dilemma

The Voting Dilemma

April 27, 2016

For the past year, candidates across the country have debated, campaigned, and implored for votes from the American people. Although the politicians in the presidential primary have received the most publicity, local candidates have campaigned for just as long. However, despite the arduous campaigning...

GoFundMe Raises Money For Alex Trujillo

GoFundMe Raises Money For Alex Trujillo

April 25, 2016

On Friday, March 4th, the North Central community endured the loss of Junior Alex Trujillo in a car accident. Despite the tragic nature of this event, Trujillo’s friends and family bound together in an attempt to reconcile with their grief. Trujillo’s cousin created a GoFundMe page to help raise...

Q&A with Bremen and Mahenthiran: Receiving Scholarships

Q&A with Bremen and Mahenthiran: Receiving Scholarships

March 7, 2016

Laurie Stroke assists Susie Bremen in the college counseling area of the guidance department.   Applying and Receiving College Scholarship: A successful student vs. NC staff’s college expert. Ash Mahenthiran is a current senior at North Central. Mahenthiran recently applied and received...

Is Restraint Needed at the End of Basketball Games?

Is Restraint Needed at the End of Basketball Games?

February 11, 2016

At the conclusion of every home basketball game, regardless the result, administrators line the home section of the basketball court. In their hands, the staff holds a large rope, which they use to restrain all students and other fans from entering the court area. Although it has been a school policy...