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 of challenges. “I never really
Sleeping in, staying at home, having no teachers, and doing work at your own pace whenever you want seems like the perfect way to keep up with school work instead of making up days during the summer when going to school is not possible. Bartholomew County has an e-Learning day
Claire Thompson had a special ending to her gymnastics career at Columbus North. Even with North coming in 3rd place with a final score of 110.4, there was an even more memorable experience for senior Claire Thompson. She was awarded the IHSAA’s Mildred M. Ball Mental Attitude Award. “I was
If you attended elementary or middle school in Indiana, or even the 10th grade, you’ve probably taken ISTEP, Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress. ISTEP season can be a dreaded time for a lot of people who don’t deal well with the stress of testing or the tediousness of long
Thousands of people lined the streets, March 24, surrounding the State House to participate in the Indianapolis March for our Lives. The march was something that I was really interested in. I come from England where you can’t carry a gun with you at all times. In fact, not even
If you missed the spring musical, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, take some time and look through this slide show!
The annual Student versus Faculty Game took place on Thursday, March 1 and the teachers took the win with a score of 72-64. Business teacher Scott Seavers played in the annual basketball game, along with fellow business teachers. “Mr. Dunn and I are the ones who organize it and take