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The Potential Astronomy Course

February 19, 2015

Boca Ciega High School may shortly play host to a new school course that might put many in mind of the human race’s ancient, star-gazing ancestors, such as Galileo Galilei, who contributed to the development of the telescope, Nicolaus Copernicus, who first proposed the heliocentric theory of the universe,... Read more »

Ending the soccer season #1

December 9, 2014

December 4th was the last game for the junior varsity soccer players. They are 5-1 and have worked really hard all season long. The coach for both junior varsity and varsity is coach Eriksen. The coach is also known as world history teacher Zachary Eriksen Coach Eriksen is very proud of his soccer team.... Read more »

Heartbreaking house fire

December 9, 2014

Imagine losing everything in a fire. You might feel and probably should feel horrible inside.  Just think about it, really imagine it. 11th grader Ivan Lindsey can tell you all about this. Lindsey is a typical high school student. He has been attending Boca Ciega since he was a freshman. Just recently,... Read more »

Exchange Student Profile: Christopher Grittner

December 5, 2014

“So, when are you going to interview me?” he asks me inventively, as we walk to the parking lot during the fire drill on Thursday, November 20th. It is almost noon, and the cool breeze of the morning blows through the jacketed crowds. “Are you going to record me? Am I going to be in the paper?”... Read more »

Primary female raiders take first

November 18, 2014

Placing first overall in the females raider team, was our very own school, Boca Ciega High school. This was the day Boca Ciega had hosted the JROTC raider meet for 7 schools, including Boca Ciega itself. The primary female raider team placed in all events. The meet consists of 5 events, all of which... Read more »

Seeing Double

November 14, 2014

Twin Life can be fun to have. All around the world there is many sets of twins. Twins could actually be a good thing to have. Twins are always around each other through out their daily lives, there is not a day that I don’t see a twin with their other. In many different schools you see double,... Read more »

Ethics and Ebola: Teacher and Student Perspectives

November 12, 2014

Starting early this year West Africa has seen a surge in cases of the deadly hemorrhagic fever known as Ebola. The disease is highly virulent and characterized by intense body aches, high temperatures, and copious amounts of bleeding. It has becoming an increasingly worrisome situation and as more people... Read more »

The Magnificent Kourtney Brown

October 23, 2014

I interviewed the phenomenal senior, Girl basketball player, Kourtney Brown. I asked Brown a few questions on how she started off playing basketball. She responded, “My dad taught me everything I know about the game of basketball I thought it was a interesting sport so I tried it out.” Now... Read more »

Who has tattoos in high school?

October 16, 2014

I decided to write a story about people who received tattoos in high school. I interviewed Matthew Humpert, Aumbre Carter, Myles Jones and Rafael Erazo. I first interviewed Matthew Humpert; he has one tattoo on his right shoulder. He got the tattoo when he was 16 years old. His tattoo says his grandmother’s... Read more »

Profile: Adrian White

Myaka Mackeroy
October 2, 2014

“Our team right here! Bogie Basketball team, are going to be the best, no doubt about it” said Adrian White, 14 year old 9th grader from St. Petersburg, Florida. White started playing Basketball at the age of 8, years before that it was all about football. “Football has to many pauses,... Read more »