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The Central Digest

The student news site of Chattanooga Central High School

The Central Digest

ADVANCED STUDIES STUDENTS TOUR EPB SOLAR SHARE -- The attending gifted students stand with Mr. Adam Fletcher in front of solar panels at the EPB Solar Share site.

Advanced Studies Students Tour Electric Power Board Solar Share

Blake Catlett, Assistant Editor November 20, 2019

Since the turn of the millennia, solar energy has become more and more impactful in the world. Recently, Central's gifted students got the opportunity to see how it is being used in their community by...

CLASSIC ROMEO AND JULIET CHARACTERS ARE PLAYED QUITE DIFFERENTLY -- Brandon Henderson and May Soares channel their emotions while playing their characters, Romeo and Juliet.

Drama Club’s “#HashtagRomeo” Presents a Modern Twist on a Classic Tale

Abby Young, Staff Writer November 19, 2019

Central's theatre club is tirelessly preparing for the production of their first play for the 2019-2020 school year. The theatre teacher, Kelsay Cate, and her students are very excited for their new take...

SENIOR KAIGEN MULKEY REPRESENTS REGION IN STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET -- Kaigen Mulkey runs during a local cross country meet.

Senior Kaigen Mulkey Represents Region in State Cross Country Meet

Sarah Katheron Latham, Staff Writer November 18, 2019

The cross country season may have ended at Central High School, but Senior Kaigen Mulkey was able to continue the season for a little longer at the state cross country meet. Mulkey placed second locally,...

REEL EM IN: LUCAS KEOWN DESIGNS HIS OWN FISHING LURES-- Lucas Keown pictured holding two fish he caught alongside a photo of his hand-made fishing lures.

Reel ‘Em In: Lucas Keown Designs His Own Fishing Lures

Bailey Brantingham, Head Staff Writer November 11, 2019

Many students at Central have skills that make them unique and special. Sophomore Lucas Keown is no exception, with his handmade fishing lures and his love for craftsmanship and creativity. When he...

Alma WHAT? Why Fewer Students are Learning the Alma Mater

Sarah Katheron Latham, Staff Writer November 7, 2019

            "What a wonderful school is ours to love, with its ups, and its downs, and its joys!" These historic lyrics of the Central High School...

2020 SENIORS ENJOY THEIR ANNUAL PICNIC -- The 2020 seniors pose for a group picture while at the picnic.

Senior Class of 2020 Enjoys Their Annual Picnic

Danae Wnuk, Staff Writer November 1, 2019

Seniors have a stressful year ahead of them, and they are working hard to graduate. They are focused on applying to colleges, updating their resumes, and passing their classes to secure enough credits...

CENTRAL PLANS TO POUND OUT BREAST CANCER WITH DIGITAL ARTS T-SHIRTS — Hannah Christian, digital arts student, creates a logo for t-shirts in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Central Plans to Pound Out Breast Cancer with Digital Arts T-Shirts

Abby Young, Staff Writer October 31, 2019

The month of October is known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month is special, therefore it is commemorated by many people. For example, pink is worn in honor and support of those affected by breast...

 CENTRALS RAPIDLY GROWING MAJORETTE TEAM SHOWS THEIR AMBITION --  Corielle Wimberly leads the Majorettes in the football game against Hixson.

Central’s Rapidly Growing Majorette Team Shows Their Ambition

Jaheim Williams, Staff Writer October 30, 2019

Here at Central, students participate in a wide array of extracurricular activities, outside of their required hours in school. These activities build great social, relationship, and leadership skills...

Central Showcases its Musical Fortes at The Annual Choral Festival

Central Showcases its Musical Fortes at The Annual Choral Festival

Abby Young, Staff Writer October 23, 2019

Every year, Central's choir has the opportunity to show off their abundant talent in The Hamilton County High School Choral Festival. The festival has been in place for eight years, and each year the choir...

CENTRAL HIGH OBSERVES A DWINDLING STUDENT BODY - - Central has seen an even lower population of students in accordance to the previous school year.

Central High School Observes a Dwindling Student Body

Danae Wnuk, Staff Writer October 21, 2019

The most recent demographic report on Central High School's student populace reveals that the population has regressed significantly. The 2019-2020 census recorded 831 attending students -a ratio of 455...