The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

The Chant

The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

The Chant

The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

The Chant

NC’s Greenhouse Gang puts together the annual Mother’s Day plant sale. This plant sale runs from Wednesday May 8 to Saturday May 11 which consists of flowers, hanging baskets, herbs, veggies, and succulents. Prices vary depending on what size and which plant students chose to buy.

Growing into Mother’s Day

Haley Kish, Photographer and Reporter
May 8, 2019
The NC Band and Orchestra practices one last time before the Orchestra’s Spring Concert tonight; during this practice session, the two groups allowed the Special Education classes to practice on their own instrument. Though the two groups playing together may seem like a recipe for disorganization, they actually worked well together. This chemistry plays a large role in the success of tonight, as while the event itself may not deviate from the norm of their concerts, an additional player in their group must fit in with the group.
	“This concert is the final concert during the spring for the orchestra, and our full program is orchestra and band playing together. And it has every instrument: all the strings, all the winds, all the percussion. We’re playing a pretty normal program, so 15-20 minutes, and we’ll also be playing with United Sound”, sophomore Patrick Dill said.

Orchestra’s last hurrah!

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Photographer and Reporter
May 7, 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
Shrek’s hut, used for the NC Theatre Department’s upcoming performance of Shrek The Musical, lays in the back of the stage. As the main set for the play, the majority of the student performers will play out their roles around this locale. First performed in 2008, seven years after the animated movie released, Shrek The Musical retells the events of the film (and the 1990 book it adapts), but with additional backstory for Shrek and Fiona. The NC production will essentially serve as a retelling of the original, with no notable difference.

Shrek sighting at NC!

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Photographer and Reporter
April 19, 2019
NC’s National Honor Society (NHS) recently started accepting donations towards March of Dimes, an organization that helps improve the health of mothers and their children. All donations will go towards any research to help prevent premature birth and any birth defects. Find an NHS member with a purple bucket and donate your loose change today!

Purple buckets galore

Maddie Dean, Reporter, Photographer
April 18, 2019
From the classroom to the field, the Lady Warriors lacrosse team will celebrate their seniors tonight at their game against Wheeler High School. “The seniors have lead us all very well, they each have a unique style for leadership but know how to revive both teams before all of our games. They pump us up and encourage us to do our best,” sophomore Molly Geraci said. The NC girls lacrosse team will celebrate each senior during their ceremony before their game tonight.

Seniors wave goodbye to lacrosse

Dehlin Lee, Photographer
April 17, 2019
Yesterday, the world lost an important piece of the past to a fire that engulfed the Notre Dame in France, taking with it centuries of history. “I was so sad that my own son won’t be able to go and see it in the exact way that I was able to experience it. There’s just so much history in terms of architecture that has been lost. It’s just devastating to think about the fact that none of that can ever be reproduced exactly as it was,” AP Seminar teacher Mrs. Essenburg said. Tourists flooded social media to share their experiences with the infamous cathedral.

Commemorating the Notre Dame Cathedral

Jessica Joachim, Reporter, Photographer
April 16, 2019
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