For many seniors, the idea of where one will be next year is a daunting thought. The Rampart staff talked with current seniors who attempted to answer these questions.
The most polarizing topic around school this year has been the new schedule. Out with A-Days and reps, and in with utilities and hour-long classes.
In our first episode of Commons Questions, we spoke with students about their personal starting lines and how where they began has effected the rest of their lives. These light-hearted segments show the fabric of the CC student experience.
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If you were born between 1996 and 2010 then you can consider yourself a member of generation Z […]
High school athletics have changed quite a bit in the last forty years. Sr. Jerome Zerr and Mr. Rick Potter offer their perspectives on these developments, both positive and negative.
In this day and age, iphones are common part of every day society. A constant distraction, resource, and comfort in this modern world. So what is it like to be phone-less in this world of technology?
The generation immediately following Millennials was born between 1995 and 2010, and is called Generation Z, the iGeneration, […]
Theology teacher Ms. Dedonato (Central Catholic class of 2000) compares her high school experience with those of her current students and gives insight on how technology has a conflicting role in Generation Z’s lives.
A look into Central Catholic’s spring athletes beyond what they do on the field. These personal tidbits give insight on what student-athletes do in the classroom and community.
In this edition of Common’s Question Tully Bush asks around Central Catholic to see what students think on […]
Immigration has been consistently in the news as of late. An area where immigration is prominent is in sports. Not only do immigrants bring a different aspect of the game, but they also bring over a different style and culture into the sport that they play.
Dillon McNeil takes a look at this season’s spring sports and their stars.
Hugh Hammons is a senior at Central Catholic High School and a swimmer involved in Central’s own swim […]
AASU is a group of students who learn conflict resolution and who mentor younger student to create a healthy support system. These students are helping others to become confident leaders wherever they end up in life.
25 years ago there was a student, just like me and you, who attended Central Catholic. You could catch him running from class to class, conversing with his favorite teacher, Mr. Halligan, and even leading the school as ASB president.