The Chant

Magnet junior, Precious Ajero stands reading a book to learn about college and the college application process. Ajero takes science and math class to prepare her for her future. She plans to follow in a career as a pediatrician and study at Emory University.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Jessica Joachim, Reporter, Photographer
December 12, 2018
	AP Calculus teacher Deepa Stephen teaches the applications of integral calculus to her class. Stephen, with experience teaching in India, the United Kingdom, and the United States, decided to live in the US and teach for several years. “People are always saying things about the US education and all that, but they very often forget the freedom here. Here its a lot about your identity, and not about what your parents are doing or what opportunities are only available in your country. It's a great thing to live here,” Stephen said.

The state of STEM

Jacob Tutterow, Opinions Editor
December 10, 2018
STEM blossoming at NC

STEM blossoming at NC

Rebecca Cantrell, Reporter
May 18, 2017
Two student volunteers help prepare the slime lab for local elementary and middle school-aged girls.

Young girls branch out with STEM-palooza

Rebecca Cantrell, Reporter
March 23, 2017
Juniors Laurie Francois and Mercedes Gray observe the poster board proclaiming NC’s latest achievement. The display stood proudly at the Magnet Open House. “I’m proud of North Cobb because we worked really hard to get where we are and the students deserve to be recognized,” said Gray.

North Cobb recognized as AP Honor school

Sarah Sutley, Reporter
March 17, 2015
Science industries still dissuade women from STEM professions

Science industries still dissuade women from STEM professions

Morgan White, Photographer
October 13, 2014
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