Teen Charge and Why You Should Join

As a City Student, one of the very first things that you hear about is CAS hours. I’m not sure if I speak for everyone, but personally I’ve found it very hard to get in service hours, especially during the school year thanks to City’s workload and just other extracurriculars in general. If you need some service hours and want to make a difference in … Continue reading Teen Charge and Why You Should Join

Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

As you know, each grade has a student government, and so to make everything truly democratic, we hold elections every year. Now I know, the class of 2024 has had its share of problems with its student body, so here we’re giving you a chance to make a difference. At exactly 3:32 PM, Mr. Brown emailed all 10th grade students with a link for the … Continue reading Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

Slow and Steady Wins the Race

UFC Vegas 36 was an exciting event for fans of high paced action. The main card saw 3 finishes out of four fights leading into the main event. Paddy Pimblett made an impressive UFC debut with a first round T.K.O. of Luigi Vendramini. Khalil Roundtree Jr. had an exceptional first round against Modestus Bukauskas that saw him land many floor shaking strikes before ending the … Continue reading Slow and Steady Wins the Race