NCHS Live! presents the new norm?

NCHS Live! presents “the new norm?”

September 14, 2022

During the next several months, NCHS Live! will explore the theme of respect. Student behavior has changed over the past few years, as fights and misbehavior have increased. This shift in behavior could...

Senior track star continues to impress

Senior track star continues to impress

Maddie Rocchio April 18, 2022

Senior Ramiah Elliot has been dominating Indiana track and field since her freshman year at North Central. Currently, she holds four individual state championships as well as three relays and one team....

Juniors prepare for first prom in two years

Juniors prepare for first prom in two years

After nearly two years without prom, due to COVID-19 restrictions, prom is making its big return. Prom is the highlight of junior year for many, even the highlight of their entire high school experience...

March Madness - Join Our Tournament Challenge

March Madness – Join Our Tournament Challenge

March 16, 2022

Click on the link below Log In (or sign in) to your ESPN account (if you do not have an account, create one. It is free of charge) Once you have logged in or signed in, you may have an option...

Students are still required to social distance when possible and keep their masks on.

Students continue to wear masks

Kevin Courtney February 17, 2022

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations due to the virus have fallen across the country. Many officials have lifted the mask mandate in schools and indoor places. Carmel Clay schools have just announced that...

Max Edmondson is thinking out loud!

Thinking out loud: crackdown on mask policy

Max Edmondson January 20, 2022

Thinking out loud is a weekly series where senior Max Edmondson shares his opinion on a topic and features the opinions of others to see if they agree or disagree.  This weeks topic: the administration...

The tennis courts were built in 1970 and named after Barbara Wynne. 
This spring will be the first time the tennis courts will be completely torn up since then.

Tennis courts due for construction

December 15, 2021

In January, the school board will vote on whether or not the tennis courts will go under construction this year. These changes will impact the upcoming girl's season and possibly the next boy's season....

Students stand in line at lunch waiting to pick up their food. Signs hang that let students know they are only allowed to take one entree.

Food shortage in cafeteria upsets students

Max Edmondson November 10, 2021

There are many adjectives to describe the lunch food this year, and the ones I would choose aren’t particularly positive. Yet somehow, our school can one-up itself to make things worse by now only allowing...

The football team practices east of the football stadium in the grass field. They have had to adapt to this large change in order to prepare for tournament season.

Track Construction impacts football season

October 22, 2021

Construction is being done on campus, both in the school building and now on the football field/track. Construction on both facilities affects students and staff, as well as some of the athletic teams....

Love on a Leash dog handlers pose with their well trained therapy dogs before entering the school. The dogs are going to visit classrooms and comfort students.

Therapy dogs help students cope

Johnny Marshall October 20, 2021

Recently, therapy dogs have resumed their visits to the school to provide comfort and support to students. Historically, the dogs would come in once a month with their owners. Originally, they visited...

Students walk down upper J hall on their way to class. With only one bell, the hallways are more crowded  and it takes longer for students to get to class.

Two-bell release system terminated

Johnny Marshall October 4, 2021

On September 27, the school bell schedule was reverted back to the original format, with a single bell to dismiss all students at once. Previously, there was a first bell to dismiss students in even-numbered...

Arnold shows off the hard work he has put into gaining bigger muscles. The past two years Arnold has put extra time and effort into his nutrition and workout routine.

Freshman undergoes body transformation

Nate Killeen September 28, 2021

Freshman Christopher Arnold has gone through a significant body transformation over the past few years. In middle school he was 4 foot 9 inches and 95 pounds, and he now is 5 foot 3 inches and 115 pounds...

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