Browsing: Senior Issue

It may be our last issue of the Courant, but for the senior members of the journalism class, it's not goodbye. With all the social media and technology that allow us to stay connected, all we're saying is see you later. But first, a little something to remember us by.

Lilo and Hutch: 5 Lessons I learned from “Lilo and Stitch”


Alex Hutchins Opinions Editor 1. Support your local animal shelters! As you may remember from those rainy days in Kindergarten sitting in front of the television, Stitch comes into the lives of Lilo and Nani as a “dog” who is in an animal shelter. Lilo then proceeds to adopt Stitch and the rest is history so to speak. If there’s anything to take away from this is that getting involved in local organizations and charities is not only a great way to help out but is also an integral part of our high school experience whether it be through SLOBs,…

Keeping Up With the Kourant


Page Jones Social Media Editor With senior year coming to a close, there are certain aspects of a senior’s experience that we must not forget. From lunch lines, to parking, to underclassmen abusing social media, there’s a lot to cover. What better way to do it than to replicate an episode of the Kardashians? Keep up with us! Check out the link here:

The history behind how we made NCHS history


Marlee Ready and Cydney Ventura Reporters Seven years ago, in the summer of 2006, a softball team formed that would defy all odds against them. This team was known as the New Canaan Storm. The players all came from the same town and this was unusual for a travel team that had so much talent. The team had gone where no New Canaan Softball team had ever went before, sweeping consecutive tournament titles and league championships almost every summer up until 2011. With many of the original Storm players playing on the New Canaan High School team, they again brought…

Class of 2013 Senior Issue: Senior Service Day


httpv:// Page Jones Reporter On June 5 the senior class was able to take time from their hectic schedules to give back, let loose and spend a day of fun with the kids from Edison School in Bridgeport CT. “ This day was mainly about putting smiles on the faces of kids who were less fortunate than us,” senior Bea Eppler said. “It is such an amazing feeling knowing that you made someone else happy”. Senior Service day has been a tradition at NCHS for 20 years and is something most students at the high school look forward to from…

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