The Chant

School graduates all over the world currently benefit from the education they received in core classes in school. Multiple students who prioritize their core classes rather than art stem from their parents successful track during their time in school. “My dad is an engineer at a really high-tech company in Atlanta. My mom is a health scientist at the US Department of Health and Human Services also in Atlanta. They raised me very well and explained the way of the world to me when I was very young. Now, I am a magnet student at North Cobb taking some AP classes as well. I would definitely say my parents are the reason why I am currently successful in school today,” Freshman Marissa Grier said.

Smarts before arts

Valentina Gonzalez, Reporter
March 31, 2022
Marching band provides satisfactory exercise and serves as a healthy activity for high school students. Marching with no instruments can focus on strict exercise and production, rather than the sounds of the music. “I feel like I would be more healthy and strong if I’m totally focusing on my physical exercise rather than focusing on how good my playing sounds. I think the rest of the band would appreciate the harsh exercise to help us be more fit,” freshman Victor Aguilar said.

A new marching band

Callie Kinsinger, Reporter
March 31, 2022
NCHS Honors Night

NCHS Honors Night

May 29, 2020
Listen up Seniors! Herff Jones came to visit once again to receive orders for senior cap and gown and other products. Make sure you place your orders in time when they visit or online.

Cap and gowns for sale

Luis Ponce, Staff
December 5, 2019
Magnet senior Ana Barahona sells a cookie to a hungry student as a way to earn money. However, she plans to use the money in a unique way to help others instead of spending it herself. “In the spring, I’m going to a special needs school in Honduras, and I’m using the money to pay for shipping for clothes and school supplies. I needed a way to get money instead of just asking people, so I decided to have a Christmas bake sale,” Barahona said. Students can find her in the Magnet Lounge selling Christmas tree rice krispies, hot chocolate cookies, and white chocolate popcorn for $1.50.

Cookies for sale

Jenny Loveland, Staff
December 4, 2019
NC’s Warrior basketball teams dressed to impress to commemorate their second home game. The boys eagerly await to play their hearts out tonight as they battle against the Cherokee Highschool Warriors. The JV basketball team starts the festivities with their match starting at four thirty. Varsity follows at seven thirty; both teams hope to see as many familiar faces in the stands as possible to encourage them to defeat their nemesis on the court. “The thrill of sharing the court with my teammates is something I look forward to every game day,” sophomore Alex Acosta said.

NC basketball game

Amber Roldan, Staff
December 3, 2019
A pungent smell saturates the 700 hallway as Zoology students dive into dissecting a frog. Students receive hands on learning experience as they watch their textbooks come to life before their eyes. This dissection enabled students to enrich their understanding of an organisms internal organs.

Frog dissection

Amber Roldan, Staff
November 12, 2019
A variety of military-based decorations across NC; from left to right, clockwise: a military wreath of flowers, a board showcasing the names and ranks of servicemen related to NC staff, a folded flag and plaque honoring those who gave up their lives in the service of the nation, and a row of flags planted in front of the school. This Veterans Day, NJROTC members presented their colors for all to see, carrying on this decades long tradition.

Veterans Day

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Co-Copy Editor
November 11, 2019
The Cobb County Elementary Honor Chorus students represent their schools through their shining potential at the North Cobb’s Performing Art Center. Baker representatives (left to right) Elise Gallant, Kiersten Mobley, Carrington Dobbs, and Zoë Zavala play in recess before heading to the PAC to attend the Honor Band performance. “It was so cool to see all of the kids perform, they brought an awesome energy to the North Cobb stage,” said Kiana Hawley.

Honor chorus

Lorenzo Alarcon, Staff
November 7, 2019
Students participated in a Townhall meeting, put together by the Polticlub, which held a Q&A with Cobb Commission School Board Member Randy Scamihorn, Georgia General Assembly Commissioner Keli Gambrill, Representatives Ginny Ehrhart and Ed Setzier and Field Representative William Anderson. Students received the opportunity to ask questions they made for the panelists.

Townhall meeting

Janett Rodriguez, Staff
November 1, 2019
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