The BCSC foreign exchange program is a unique experience for the exchange student, host family, and the city as a whole. Junior Ugne Pukaite was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and is spending a year in Columbus. Her experience has been excellent, even with the obvious chance
For students not apart of the North choir department, it is hard to know what choir is really about. Senior Maria Sanchez is able to share the inside scoop on choir. She gave us five things that most people wouldn’t know about choir.
“Debs takes place
Junior Isabella Seavers has been on prom committee for two years. North, East, and CSA students come together to put on the annual prom.
“This year, we changed the way we chose the theme for prom,” Seavers said.
In past years, advisors would choose a
FDA has recently approved a pill that contains a sensor to digitally track if patients have taken their medication. Abilify MyCite is approved for the treatment of episodes of bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia, and depression in adults.
According to the FDA, “The system works by sending
Random Acts of Kindness are selfless acts performed by a person wishing to assist or cheer up an individual. Mrs. Arthur teaches Sociology at North, and she has a Random Acts of Kindness program going on in her classes.
“Students in sociology are required to
The students and staff at North use school computers and personal devices all day long. The WiFi connection greatly impacts their ability to get work done during the school day. Jon Pence, Mollie Bush-Nord and Chris Bradley, the BCSC Network Administrator, make up North’s technology
Sophomore Adrienne Salemme has been doing gymnastics for thirteen years. She has grown up at the gym, where she practices three and a half hours a day, Monday through Thursday, and 4 hours on Saturday.
“I started competing when I was 6. I like to
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
There is a policy that all freshmen must eat on campus for lunch, but Dean Norman deals with freshmen breaking the on campus rule frequently.
“Freshmen eating lunch on campus is a policy that they are expected to follow, just like any other policy we have,