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Five CCS students are currently attending Governor’s School in the academic strand. Cassey C. from BHHS, Megan J. from Challenger, Jian H. from FTF, and Shannon B. & Kerri P. from SSHS
Kyla L, & Mackenzie P, juniors from St. Stephens High School’s Tractor Shed Theatre program, are participating in this summer’s Governor’s School. They passed the academic screening and theatre audition to make it into this prestigious program.
What does it take to be a leader? What do everyday leaders look like to you? These are questions that were answered by St. Stephens High School (SSHS) photography students as they worked in collaboration with the North Carolina Museum of Art
In one of their annual end-of-year traditions, Catawba County fifth-and sixth-grade students competed in the district speech contest sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America. This year’s topic was, “The Importance of Healthy Living”.
Arndt's Angela Williams and Foard's Robert Bliss will move into principalships at Bandys High and Maiden High, respectively.
What does the recipient of the University of North Carolina’s prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship do for an encore? St. Stephens High School’s Sandi Alkoutami was named one of the Charlotte Observer’s Seniors of the Year.
Maiden Middle School’s Spanish classes recently hosted a special guest. Ignacio Solís, the son of the new Costa Rican president, shared stories about his life as a student and about the democracy process in Costa Rica.
HM Arndt Middle School Student Brenn M. won first place at the Hickory Museum of Art’s Paul Whitener Awards. This was the 76th year the museum has held the Whitener Awards show.