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Colleges pursue CTJ athletes
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer Athletes in every sport are gearing up to impress the college coaches as high school comes to an end. As seniors are about to graduate, they still remember how they began the road to college. “I’ve been playin (More)
Metal detectors in place at NEISD athletic events
By Aleeha Shah | news editor Metal detectors will now be used at all NEISD athletic events. According to NEISD's Director of Athletics, Karen Funk, this is being done in order to ensure safety for those who attend these events. Funk and North (More)
Architecture and Title IX
 Feminism has gathered a pretty bad reputation with today's media. But it's important to understand that feminism is not a rallying cry for women trying to take over the world. It's an attempt to bring gender equality. One such feminist triumph is T (More)
Six portables to be placed on campus this summer
by Emma Fitzhugh | news editor At the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, six new portables will be located around the athletic and ROTC buildings, according to principal John Mehlbrech. “We’re gonna get six [portables] all together. Four o (More)
Easy Win For Varsity Baseball Team On Saturday
After being rescheduled three times due to the rain, the baseball varsity team played against Churchill, on Saturday April 18, at the Basse and McCullough field at 5:30 p.m., and won, with a score of 10-3. Their next, and last two games of the sea (More)
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8th Grade Pep Rally Brings Out Hype From Vols
Two pep rallies were held in the main gym this morning, the first starting around 9:30 and the second starting around 10:30, for Jackson, Nimitz and Kruger iMAL/KSAT eighth graders. Representatives from sports, magnet programs, band, and orchestra (More)
Vols Take Second in Boerne Soccer Tournament
The varsity boys soccer team placed second in the Boerne ISD soccer tourney this weekend. They won three games and lost 1 in the finals to Pharr Valley View. The boys are currently ranked number nine in the city and have a record of 4-1-1. T (More)
ATTENTION: Anyone Interested In Playing Softball
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Duncan Pushing For A Cure
Spurs player Tim Duncan, donated nearly a quarter of a million dollars ($247,000) to San Antonio 1000 Cancer Genome P (More)
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