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Changing Schools


Skylar Pentz
April 4, 2014

Changing schools is always tough especially towards the end of the year. Schools can compare and contrast in multiple ways. The biggest contrast would be a fundamental school and a traditional public school. Some of the rules have changed and few have stayed the same. I think going to a regular school... Read more »



April 4, 2014

On Tuesday March 11th the choir program traveled to their annual Music Performance Assessments. The assessment is almost like a Fcat for the music program. They are graded on a 5 point scale. The two choral ensembles presented two musical selections for adjudication by three judges. The judges are chosen... Read more »

Lady Pirates: Flag football


March 31, 2014

Boca Ciega is great in sports but in flag football they are amazing. I got to speak to one of the JV players Tia Johnson, she is the saftey & wide reciever for the team. Tia said that “Working together to make a better team that’s team work.” In conditioning the girls had no time... Read more »

Summer Bridge Program


March 20, 2014

I had the great chance to speak to Mr.Vigue our principle about the Summer Bridge Project. When I was talking to Mr.Vigue he told me a lot of things about Summer Bridge that I think will be very helpful for many students here. You might be thinking this too but I thought summer school was only for... Read more »

Hillary Clinton supporters getting involved in 2014 elections


Anita Kumar
March 18, 2014

ARLINGTON, Va. — Hillary Clinton’s name won’t be on any ballot in November, but that doesn’t mean you won’t see her supporters hit the campaign trail this year. Ready for Hillary, the political action committee that hopes to lay the groundwork for Clinton’s second presidential run, plans... Read more »

Save the Date: This week in celebrity anniversaries

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March 18, 2014

This week’s celebrity anniversaries: March 23, 1985. Singer Billy Joel and model Christie Brinkley, New York, N.Y. They married on a yacht in the Hudson River in a private ceremony. This was the second marriage for both. Joel and Brinkley have one daughter. They later divorced in 1994. March 24, 2013.... Read more »

Online storage service Box is courting Hollywood music industry

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Jessica Guynn
March 12, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO — Aaron Levie, the 29-year-old chief executive of Box Inc., walked the red carpet at the Oscars this year in a dark suit and tie, pressed white shirt and his trademark neon blue sneakers. “I asked about the sneaker dress code,” said Levie, who like many Silicon Valley entrepreneurs... Read more »

At 66, Dave Barry still hasn’t figured out women

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Nicole Brodeur
March 12, 2014

Still a funny, that Dave Barry. A phone conversation with him is like sitting in the audience in a comedy club. In Florida. Because while Barry may have mined the weirdness of the Sunshine State for his syndicated Miami Herald column and some of his 30-odd books, he is starting to write like a short-fused... Read more »

Cupcake Review


Ashley Rutenbeck
February 20, 2014

I love cupcakes.  So I decided to compare cupcakes to find the best cupcake and the best place to get cupcakes.  I went to Sam’s Club and Publix, I had a couple kinds of cupcakes but I found the best one.  The first place I went to try cupcakes was Sam’s Club.  I had a chocolate cupcake... Read more »

The Lego Movie Blows Away The Box Office

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February 20, 2014

Lego Inc. has brought us yet another colorful, imaginative, and clever addition to their brand. The Lego Movie hit the box office February 7th in North America and February4th in Europe and Asia. The Lego Movie earned around 69 million dollars during the first week it hit theaters.  An average LEGO... Read more »