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FALL BACK IN THE MORNING -- Central students get to school safely in the daylight of the new season.

How the Time Change Affects Central High

Haley Scarbrough, Staff Writer November 7, 2014

Daylight Saving Time, also known as DST, is a time adjustment used to gain more daylight in the evening in the spring and summer by setting clocks an hour ahead from standard time. This clock synchronization...

THE CHAMPION THROUGH THE YEARS -- Displayed here are the Central yearbooks from 1922, 1985, and 2014.

Yearbook Staff Already Hard at Work for 2014-2015 Yearbook

Maghan Champion, Staff Writer November 6, 2014

Central High School's yearbook staff has a brand new theme for the 2014-2015 edition of The Champion. "The yearbook will be presented in a calender form," Mr. Shawn Seals explained excitedly. This...

HAPPY AND HOPEFUL --Starlar Williams stands in the College Suite where her Chattanooga State acceptance letter is posted.

Tennessee Promise Gives Central Students Hope

Judith Bell, Staff Writer October 22, 2014

Although many agree that pursuing a college degree is a worthy investment, many would also agree that the price of college is a factor that prevents them from attending. Despite the fact that there are...

10th Graders Take PLAN Test With Mixed Emotions

Savannah Smith, Staff Writer October 21, 2014

At every school in Hamilton County, every tenth grader has the opportunity to take the PLAN Test. This test is supposed to prepare students for the American College Test (ACT) and give them an idea of...

2N2 -- Allie Nedeau displaying, 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel.

Celebrate My Drive Could Help Central Win $100,000

Philip Bonnington, Sports Editor October 15, 2014

State Farm is sponsoring a program called Celebrate My Drive, which focuses on teen driving safety. Celebrate My Drive is a program that helps raise awareness for teenager drivers learning to drive...

THE EXPERT AND THE BEGINNER -- Senior Casey Jennings and freshman Alissa Smith make up part of the rifle team.

The CHS ROTC Announces 2014-2015 Air Rifle Team

Alyssa Rosenzweig, Managing Editor October 8, 2014

It's here again! Central High School's ROTC has selected the CO2 Air Rifle Team for 2014-2015 school year. After long, strenuous tryouts, the team was chosen. "There's so much that goes into it that...

Central Welcomes Back Mrs. Carol Thomas

Jared Eddy, Assistant Sports Editor October 1, 2014

Mrs. Carol Thomas has come back to Central as a Graduation Coach for the seniors this year. Previously, Mrs. Thomas was an Assistant Principal at Central from 2005-2009. She is really happy to be back...

BRIELLE FARROW PICKED AS THE CLASS OF 2021 DEDICATORY -- (From left to right) Biology teaher Gary Fomby, instructional coach Brielle Farrow, OneMain Financial branch manager Betsy Corum, and Assistant Principal Steve Lewis celebrating a grant that was awarded to assist Farrows chemistry classes. File photo from 2014.

MTS Academy Granted $800 For Technology

Kaleb Blanton, Staff Writer September 24, 2014

OneMain Financial on Lee Highway and Highway 153 generously granted $400 dollars each towards the MTS Academy and Mrs. Brielle Farrow's chemistry classes. Science is a growing subject and is creating...

SAVE THE TATAS -- Ms. Lauren Thomas is excited for the opportunity to get her students involved in breast cancer awareness.

Lauren Thomas and Central Students Prepare for Race for the Cure

Judith Bell, Staff Writer September 20, 2014

October 12 marks the 15th anniversary of the Susan G. Komen Chattanooga Race for the Cure. This event, which attracts people from Tennessee and surrounding states, raises money and donates it to local...

TSSAA Plans To Split Public and Private Schools From Playing One Another

Savannah Smith, Staff Writer September 18, 2014

On Wednesday, March 12, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association's Legislative Council discussed the concept of a complete split of public and private schools in sport competitions. This means...

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