In a place where straight A’s is seen as the ideal, it is important to remember that perfectionism is a problem worth overcoming. Continue reading Perfectionism Is a Master, Not a Servant
No other school is called the Cobblers, and the story behind Central High School’s mascot is as positively unique as the name. Continue reading ‘Cobbler’ Mascot Part of a Positive Legacy
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
The South Dakota Department of Education is in the process of changing the graduation requirements.
Continue reading New Graduation Requirements
Conversations involving both Central and Stevens High Schools frequently pit the schools against one another. But are the schools as different as stereotypes suggest? Continue reading Central and Stevens: What’s the Difference?
Students and parents will flock to Central’s Post-high Planning night Tuesday, where they’ll learn how to navigate the myriad choices and tasks they face. Continue reading Cobbler Post High Night Approaches
By necessity, students work on a variety of computers each week. Cobbler Kaityln Ashes takes a look at the most common methods to determine the best way to save your work. Continue reading The Best Ways to Save Your Work
The following is an anonymous letter from a recently graduated Cobbler student. Dear Young Freshman, High School can be fun, and it can be tough, but mostly it’s going to be tough and not very much fun (Unless you know how to make it fun). It is a long journey you’re going to have to take if you want to graduate and be successful in … Continue reading 10 Tips for Starting High School Off Right