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The Rookie Diaries: A New Teacher’s Reflections on Year One At CB

You may have noticed there are new faces here at CB, especially teachers. 13 new teachers joined CB’s community this year, each with a unique background and perspective. I was fortunate to have two new teachers this semester, Ms. Achara Jones and Mr. Dustin Wagner. Their kind and welcoming demeanor has made me look forward […]
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Making Memories With The Yearbook Crew

A yearbook is a collection of memories compiled into a carefully crafted treasure for the coming years to celebrate. Whenever we open those freshly printed books on Founder’s Day, those memories become sharper in our own minds as we remember that party, this festival, that game. And the longer time passes, those emotions turn into […]

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    Leaving The Nest: How Senior Falcons Feel About Flying Away

    High school is a tumultuous time, and while it seems like a long time going in, four years goes by pretty fast. The Class of 2024 is reaching the end of their time together as Falcons, and it’s bound to be an exciting and nerve wracking time. It means taking the next step into adult […]
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    How To Make The Most Of Your Senior Year

    By Harper Johnson & Kerrigan Lynch We’ve all but arrived at the end of the year, and the promise of summer vacation has distracted most of us from the realities of where we’ll be when the school year starts up again. Whether you’re stressed about finals and AP tests or just caught up in the […]
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    Growing Together Instead Of Apart: A Guide To High School Friendships

    By Amaya Jackson & Nari Crabtree Only 5% of high school friendships remain friends into adulthood. Sometimes when you think you’ve found your lifelong friendship, high school throws you a curveball. Let Nari and Amaya share what they’ve learned on our journey to building a strong friendship.   Where It All Began Amaya: During October of […]
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    Breaking Through The Scrum Of Sexism

    by Sophie Diaz (’24) & Ainsley Fong (’24) While women’s flag football is gaining attention and resources, women’s high school rugby barely gets any support from high schools, despite being better established at the collegiate level and longer-standing in the Olympics. Flag football is seen as a high school girls’ alternative to football and is […]