School prepares for Back to School Night

Students engaged and participating during class. Back to school night gives parents an opportunity to experience their students daily life.
August 20, 2018

Back to School Night is Aug 20, starting at seven at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. It is recommended that all parents attend. Tonight marks the annual tradition of back to school night here at NC. Parents...

Tiger’s on the Prowl

Tiger's on the Prowl
August 9, 2018

Most students at NC are not avid fans of professional golf or the game itself. Being a public school with a traditionally middle class student body means that students don’t tend to be familiar with...

AP and ACP: What’s the difference?

AP and ACP: What's the difference?
May 1, 2018

At NC, students have a plethora of course options ranging from CP, common placement, to AP, advanced placement, or “X” accelerated classes. However, most people fail to recognize the option for an...

Prom Recap

Prom Recap
April 16, 2018

Junior Prom took place at the J.W. Marriott downtown this past saturday. It started at 8:00 p.m. and lasted until 11:00 p.m. Around 800 tickets were sold for the evening made up of mostly juniors, but...

School administration addresses school shooting hoax

School administration addresses school shooting hoax
March 8, 2018

Today in school, Principal Evans Branigan III spoke on the announcements to explain concerns stemming from a students Snapchat post claiming a school shooting was to take place in the near future at North...

Vasts numbers of seniors skip due to standardized testing

Vasts numbers of seniors skip due to standardized testing
October 25, 2017

Today, October 25, grades 9-11 embarked on taking the PSAT bright and early, while the senior class was permitted to stay at home for the standardized testing session. Despite being allowed an early start,...

Election Night Update

Election Night Update
November 8, 2016

It’s 10:49 in downtown Indianapolis, and as the election is heating up tempers are flaring and tension is growing between the Democrats and Republicans. Positions like Governor and Senate seats have...

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