Art by Hannah Stombaugh
2017 NPHS Alumni talk to Graduating Seniors
by Hannah Stombaugh
Twenty-nine NPHS graduates led an advice panel for the 2018 graduating class over a span of two days in Chrystal Wilkeson’s senior AP Literature classes.
Is the Better Choice Trade School or College?
by Grace Schumann
When children get old enough to know that they have to go to school and after the mandatory 12 years of school we should go to college, but college may not be the better choice anymore.
Signing for the Future
by Jocelyn Hayes
Senior Cougar athletes look forward to the future where we hope they continue to excel beyond our expectations.
Front Row: Violeta Mendez, Clara Hooton, Morgan Faulkenburg, Grace Schumann, Jocelyn Hayes; Row 2: Gabey Voleger, Kylie Dillon, Elizabeth Thomas, Hannah Stombaugh, Madison Faulkenburg, Summer Griffin, Kiley Shelton; Back Row: Ethan Dowling, Tyler Ryder, Chris Haverstock, Ashlee Burroughs, Emmy Kirkham, Sophie Bull
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