Category: News

Plastic Pollution: Is Recycling Enough?

By Emma Kolick. Plastic pollution is one of the greatest threats facing our already compromised environment, yet it is rarely discussed by high-ranking politicians. While there are nearly 100-million pieces of plastic in Lake Erie alone, the effects of this…

High School Construction Underway, Student Parking Relocated

By: Emma Kolick. Hot days and cramped spaces are a feeling that most everyone at North Royalton High School knows. However, due to the passing of a recent bond, these issues will hopefully be alleviated with the completion of the…

Hanging Up the Phones

By Mia Haber. Many teachers at North Royalton High School are “calling” for a new policy for phones in the classroom. As students entered classes on the first day of school, teachers instructed them to place their phones into hanging…

A “School” of Fish Enthusiasts

By: Tina Avondet. A new club has recently “caught” the attention of many North Royalton High School students. Fish Club, lead by Mr. Dietrich, now has more than 500 members including students and teachers and a sponsorship from the Ohio…

NRHS Students Visit Fox 8 Studios

The NRHS broadcasting and journalism classes are lucky to have a studio and online magazine to practice their media skills. But on a cold and snowy day in April, the classes had the opportunity to visit the “real deal,” the…

March 14, 2018: Not Just a Date

Article and Photos By: Angela Pell. To some, March 14, 2018, is just a date. A day at work, a day to clean the house, or a day to shop for groceries, but this day was much more to some…

NRHS Students Make Their Voices Heard

By Grace Amato. The scene outside North Royalton High School on Wednesday, March 14th was one never seen before. Hundreds of students stood together on the sidewalk with their heads held high in the frigid, winter air–some with tears running…

Mighty Miciunas: Always Remembered by Our Community

By Angela Pell With tears in their eyes and plenty of love in their hearts, students and staff from North Royalton High School, along with members of the Miciunas family, marched together to Memorial Park, where a special bench was…

NRHS Band Marching Their Way to State Finals

By Sydney Liptak The North Royalton High School Marching Band has been working diligently since the summer, which all paid off on September 30th when they qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) State Finals at the Avon Lake…

Inspiring Great and Discovering Your Passion: The Balance between Education and Career Exploration

By Carolyn Bajzer As the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year gets into full swing, a new wave of students at the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center (CVCC) work diligently to get adjusted to the differing class schedules and influx of…