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How do you like them Apples?

April 19, 2012

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iPads replace textbooks in area schools By: Caroline Utz "There's an app for that" has a whole new meaning as technology like iPads are not just for epic games of Words with Friends anymore. Educators across the country are ...

Taking care of business

April 19, 2012

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By: Celeste Nevil In many students’ minds summer vacation is a chance to catch up on sleep, go somewhere far away from NAHS, and keep educational thoughts somewhere nobody will find them.  Although summer is a chance to f...

Rifle team participates in All-Service Championship

April 19, 2012

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By: Robbie McAnelly Most students likely spent their spring break traveling or lazing around back home. The New Albany High School NJROTC Rifle Team did quite the opposite. Read More »...

Prom project offers unique prom experience

March 15, 2012

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By: Jessica Rhodes “Cause you got to have friends.” This is a song sung by Bette Midler that sums it all up in one simple phrase. Read More »...

Be a Better Bulldog members team up to volunteer in kids’ lives

March 15, 2012

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By: Celeste Nevil It was 1904 when a young man named Ernest Coulter, a court clerk, decided he had seen enough kids in his courtroom. In order to change this, he founded the Big Brothers movement, and later founded the Big Sisters ...

AdvancED recommends full accreditation to NAHS for next five years

March 15, 2012

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By: Kathryn Vance After being thoroughly inspected in seven categories over the span of two days, it has been recommended that NAHS receive full accredidation. For many years, NAHS has been a member of Advanced Education, a gro...

Crunch Time: How to stay focused during the final countdown

March 15, 2012

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By: Caroline Utz At high schools all around the country, second semester is notorious for burnt-out students. With first semester under their belts, students can have trouble focusing on academics and may instead turn their atten...

Longest opens final show at NAHS this weekend

March 15, 2012

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By: Riley Zipper The coming of spring means different things to different people. It means flowers, warm weather and allergies to many, but to the thespians of NAHS it means one thing: The spring musical. This year’s musical...

Stay in the know

February 16, 2012

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By: Caroline Utz The feeling is familiar. The history class discussion suddenly turns to current issues, and many students are left in the dark. They struggle to remember little tidbits of news stories playing in the backgroun...

Program planning sweeps the halls of NAHS

February 2, 2012

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By: Celeste Nevil On the week of January 23rd through the 27th there were two PM Program Planning activity days. For some students this may have seemed like two days to pick classes that are easy and fun but picking classes ...

Teens give advice in finding, keeping jobs in current economy

February 2, 2012

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By; Caroline Utz Date night at the movies- $25. Gas for your car- $40. A new iPhone to keep up with the latest technology- at least $199. Finding an enjoyable job that pays for your lifestyle- priceless.  Read More »...

Senior Kayla Eilers travels to Miami to earn national prestige

February 2, 2012

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Top three percent of YoungArts auditioners chosen as finalists, Eilers among those few By: Kathryn Vance Every great artist or actor gets their start somewhere, whether it’s a lucky break, or whether it takes years of patienc...

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