The Chant

Students apart of the Magnet AP Language and Seminar classes in the 600’s hallway, participate in the yearly murder mystery held by Mrs. Theaker and Mrs. Essenburg. Students grill each other and their teachers with specific questions in order to find the true culprit. “I definitely think Mrs. Theaker is the murderer. Her story along with Mrs. Essenburg just does not match up,” AP Lang and Seminar student Eric Lu said.

Solving NC’s murder mystery

November 20, 2019
A local NC student diligently takes an English test, carrying on the school’s tradition of academic excellence. Recently, the 2019 College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) came out for NC. Overall, a 4.8% increase from the score last year presented itself, rising from 79.8 to 84.6. The school also saw notable gains in all 5 of the platform’s components: more specifically, AP Course Completion grew by 6.2%, Literacy scores rose up 4.1%, and Pathway Completion increased by 5.1%.

NC tests increase

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Co-Copy Editor
October 28, 2019
Those in Mrs. Krupiczewicz’s Master Orchestra class, Mrs. Jenna Essenburg’s AP Seminar class, and working in the counseling office (from left to right, in order) go about their daily business, seemingly unaffected by the recent break. The September break, which lasted from the 21 to 29, serves as the first major one in the year: students partake in a variety of activities during this time to unwind, chief among them the Georgia State Fair, which commenced this past Friday and October 6th.

NC comes back from break

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Co-Copy Editor
September 30, 2019
Winners, Senior Rachel Charleston and Junior Kalana Garner, received the winning wristbands for Music Midtown this upcoming weekend. Garner bought two tickets and paid only $10 for the price of a $150 worth ticket. Garner’s winning ticket estimated 1,978 M&M’s, and she jokingly wrote “#Winner!” on the back of her ticket. To their surprise, their weekend will consist of live music of their favorite artists.

Music Midtown winners!

Janett Rodriguez, Staff
September 13, 2019
As the end of August approaches class sizes lower with students and staff members out sick. Students swarm the nurse’s office, as students return home around the clock. What students refer to as “NC’s plague” rapidly spreads with more and more absences every day.

NC’s plague

Amber Roldan, Staff
August 27, 2019
Sophomore Lorenzo Alarcon closely examines the Warrior Weekly. Adopted from Harrison high school, Principal Moody hopes to replace North Cobb favorite, Tomahawk Today, with a weekly newsletter that includes information from an abundance of clubs.

Watch for Warrior Weekly

Peyton Stack, Staff
August 20, 2019
Eighth-grade students from Barber Middle School sit in the Performing Arts Center, listening intently while Principal Moody and Assistant Principal Williams deliver a speech about what to expect as high schoolers. The students also came for a tour of the school (hosted by TC), so as to help them better acclimate to their soon-to-be school; another set of kids from Barber came on Thursday, with their tour mostly taking them through the science and social studies halls.

NC welcomes and prepares rising freshmen

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Reporter, Photographer
February 8, 2019
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