For most BCSC students, you would go through 13 years of schooling (K-12). But some students, like Sophomore Parker Lee, skip ahead.
"I skipped Kindergarten," Lee said. "My mom realized I was really intelligent based on IQ tests she had done."
Skipping a grade not only affected
We all have different ways to cope with stress; we find new hobbies, listen to music, talk it out with other people, but at the end of the day only one thing may actually work. Freshmen Tristen Grant explains his strategy, and what made him
Remember when we all used to tie our jacket around our waist or pull out those huge trapper keepers out of our backpacks? Me too, but unfortunately, a lot of what we remember about school is dying off. Here are some more school trends that
Science, a bit of comedy, and saving the world? Netflix’s newest series, Bill Nye saves the World, features Bill Nye explaining today’s most controversial issues with scientific reasoning in a way that debunks myths and can help change the world for the better. In the
As we near the end of the school year, we start to make plans for our summer vacation. Eating ice cream, jumping off the dock, and rock climbing are just a few things freshman Kalissa Gambrel does over the summer. Gambrel attends a Christian camp
BigStuf Ministry has been offering summer camps for middle school and high school students for over 25 years. The camps create environments that allow kids to grow their relationship with Jesus. Freshman Brooklyn Sutton went to Bigstuf in Panama City last year.
“My favorite part
Columbus North cheerleading is a sport that some of the girls at north are involved in and spend a lot of their time doing throughout the school year. There are many aspects that go into being a cheerleader that many do not notice. Many do
About ten years ago, on January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone at the annual Macworld convention and as one of the first mainstream smartphones, it received major attention for many months after its announcement.
According to the official Apple website, there have been
[slideshow_deploy id='39470']On Friday May 12, 2017, Columbus North hosted its annual student concert American Pie. This year American Pie's theme is "The Stories of Us". The students use the song lyrics tell a story to the audience. This year was the 33 annual American Pie
As the season is approaching its end, the CNHS women's tennis players are working harder than ever to do the best they can in the final matches they have before they play in sectionals, which takes place on Wednesday May 17.
All the players have