The Chant

Magnet senior Tara Anastasoff walks across the stage in the Performing Arts Center to receive her sash, certificate, and medal for completing the Magnet program. Students received recognition for all their efforts in the program during the is ceremony.

Magnet convocation 2019

Jayden Stabler, Sports Editor
May 22, 2019
AP Macroeconomics teacher, Dr. Pamela Roach, observes an empty classroom as it consisted solely of seniors. As the last complete school day before the early release final days, seniors vanish from NC’s campus. Seniors participated in their last day of high school on Friday, May 17, and granted the final days off, counting until their graduation date, Thursday, May 23.

It’s quiet without the seniors.

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
May 20, 2019
A final goodbye to my pals

A final goodbye to my pals

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief, Photo Editor
May 17, 2019
Carrying the ceremony in its entirety, seniors with Tara Anastasoff and Jared Nolen lead the induction ceremony to the National Honors Society as co-presidents. Advisers Nena Tippens and Jennifer Johnson helped the ceremony run smoothly, leaving junior inductees and graduating senior members satisfied with the welcomes and goodbyes.

NHS: Farewell seniors; hello juniors!

Angela Canales, Reporter, Photographer
May 3, 2019
Today, seniors at NC showed their fellow classmates what they hope to become in the future. Students dressed up as different career choices, including teachers, nurses, or even explorers and farmers. Senior Julia Snyder plans on attending Oglethorpe University in the fall to pursue a teaching degree. “I really love kids, and Oglethorpe recently added a teaching program to their school,” Snyder said.

Future careers in sight

Elyssa Abbott, Reporter, Photographer
April 23, 2019
With four weeks left in the school year, seniors celebrated their last high school dress up week. Today, seniors dressed up as Kindergarteners, throwing it back to the start of their school years. With jean overalls, colorful socks, and high pigtails, students transformed the high school hallways to elementary school classrooms.

Throwing it back to the Kindergarten years

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
April 22, 2019
After two months of anticipation, students received their school ID cards during homeroom today. While the underclassmen's photos will appear in the yearbook, the photographers allowed the seniors to dress in silly attire for their IDs. Senior Isabella Keaton resembled a young child and chose to put her hair into pigtails and hold up a stuffed animal for her photo. Senior Esteban Alarcon kept his photo simple, with a fitted black t-shirt and a half smile. Senior Tara Anastasoff recreated her Kindergarten yearbook photo, choosing to wear a leopard print vest and fake bangs to perfectly replicate her younger self.

IDs, please

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief, Photo Editor
October 24, 2018
Senior superlative voting-season excites students as they approach graduation.

Senior Superlative season is here!

Isabella Keaton, Features Editor
October 23, 2018
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