Close to half of the Central students enrolled in the district’s distance learning program returned to in-person classes for the second semester. Continue reading Almost Half of Distance Learning Students Returned to Central at Semester
English requirements in Rapid City have changed for next year’s seniors. Continue reading Senior English Classes Rebooted for 2021-22
Rapid City high schools are astir about changes to schedules and scheduling. Among the most prominent: Stevens and Central are moving onto the same bell schedules and students’ registration process is changing. Continue reading Central & Stevens Adopt Same Schedule
Rapid City’s AP students have put the school district on College Board’s AP Honor Roll. Continue reading Rapid City Schools Named to AP Honor Roll
Liaison officers view the ALICE drill the school conducted as imperfect but helpful. Continue reading ALICE Drill Helps Central Learn How to Respond
Upperclassmen have always held the sole rights to travel off campus during the school day, but this year Central High School’s sophomores were granted the privilege as well. Continue reading Sophomores Get Open Campus
For the first time in years, Central Graduation will not have a guest speaker.
Continue reading No Guest Speaker for Graduation
A small scale survey confirmed that 66.66% of seniors suffer from senioritis. Continue reading Senioritis Hitting the Halls of Central High School
There are many fears in the world: serial killers, the dark, and the inevitable end we will all come to, but (according to our sources) the most terrifying of all is AP test week.
Continue reading The Inside Scoop On AP Finals Week
Where have our newly found feathery friends gone? Continue reading Where Are Those Darn Ducks?
The South Dakota Department of Education is in the process of changing the graduation requirements.
Continue reading New Graduation Requirements
Find What You Love and Let It Kill You
Continue reading On Lorde’s Album ‘Melodrama’
Doesn’t the saying go, “April showers bring May flowers,” not “April snow storms bring May flowers” ? Continue reading The Bipolar Weather
Maryland Rapper Logic Tackles Social Issues and Mental Health in His Most Recent Album: Everybody
Continue reading On Logic’s Album ‘Everybody’
It’s taken over the gaming industry, social media, and millions of people’s sleep schedule. Even more interesting is the fact that this game is free. Almost overnight, it seems everyone is playing—yes you guessed it—Fortnite.
Continue reading The Video Game That’s Sweeping the Nation and Central High School
Rapid City Police and teachers have trained students at Central High School to approach active shooter situations in a new way. Continue reading Students Train with ALICE Procedures