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At a ceremony on April 17, seniors were recognized for pursuing a fine art in college and earning their Diploma Seal. Photo courtesy of Art of Life
Fine Arts seniors honored for earning Diploma Seals and pursuing the arts in college
Golden Lines Staff April 25, 2024

On Wednesday, April 17, St. Pius X celebrated 12 seniors who will pursue a major or minor in a fine arts field next year in college. Additionally, 43 seniors earned a Diploma Seal, which requires three...

Students take a picture at the Imagination Campus near Epcot, where they had the chance to work with a professional Disney musician.
Band program takes a trip to Disney World
Anne Walsh, Staff Writer • April 11, 2024

The band program traveled to Disney World last month,and had the opportunity to record Disney songs and enjoy a few of the theme parks.  At...

Guitar students perform at the annual Fine Arts Assembly on March 3.
Fine Arts programs shine at annual Fine Arts Assembly
Madeline Randa, Staff Writer • March 26, 2024

At the annual Fine Arts Assembly on Friday, March 3, students from the Dance, Theater, Music Production, Band, Chorus, Visual Arts,...

Seniors Aryana Wadhwani, Molly Pitra, Thea Winckler, and Shane Donnelly take a picture with the Papal Nuncio while giving him a tour of the school in Fench, his native language.
Papal Nuncio to the United States visits St. Pius X
Ashlyn Loving, Staff Writer • March 26, 2024

Cardinal Christophe Pierre, the Papal Nuncio to the United States, visited St. Pius X on February 20 while in Atlanta to give a lecture...

 Junior Elliott Seng shows off her Wordle game on April 25. Staff photo
Game On: Inside St. Pius X's Obsession with New York Times Games
Katie O'Mara, Editor • April 25, 2024

Despite declining interest in newspapers, one publication has been able to capture, not readers, but millions of eager players –...

Junior George Lesinski works on making a costume for the spring musical, The Little Mermaid. Lesinski made all of the shows costumes, and he plans to pursue a fashion career in college.
George Lesinski: A passion for fashion
Parker Schofield, Staff Writer • April 17, 2024

While most high school theater programs order costumes in bulk online, St. Pius X has its own costume and fashion expert: junior George...

Juniors and seniors in Analaysis get together for a picture with Mrs. Rummel on her last day as their long-term sub. Courtesy of Madeline Randa
There's no substituting the love for Ms. Rummel
Lindsey Crosby, Staff Writer • March 6, 2024

Ms. Martha Rummel, a beloved substitute teacher at St. Pius X, was unexpectedly thrown back into being a full-time for several weeks...

Senior lacrosse teammates Kyle Sanders, Gunnar Dykes, and Josip Brosovich at signing day in April.
Senior student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent
Golden Lines Staff April 30, 2024

The Class of 2024 has a total of 21 student-athletes who will continue their academic and athletic careers in college. They signed...

Mr. Murphy huddles together with the team before a match against Riverwood in March.
Mr. Murphy wraps up his first year coaching the boys tennis team
Lindsey Crosby, Staff Writer • April 12, 2024

Mr. Chris Murphy, the Dean of Students, is the new boys varsity tennis head coach as of this spring. He's played tennis his whole...

Seniors Vincent Casal and Gene Smith, freshman John Soha, and junior Luke Pinson qualified for the state meet in February. Casal and Smith both placed 5th in their respective weight classes. Photo courtesy of Coach Lancaster
Wrestling team "takes down" another great season
Parker Schofield, Staff Writer • March 14, 2024

This year, the St. Pius X wrestling team had a knockout season, even making it into the National Federation Wrestling Record Book with...

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How To: Study for an AP exam
Elliott Seng, Editor-in-Chief • April 25, 2024

Ok, so, the title is a little bit misleading… I’m only going to go over nine AP classes today. Don’t worry, though – they’re the most frequently taken courses at Pius. If you’re in an AP class,...

Ariel, played by sophomore Lauren Baker, admires a dinglehopper while wishing she was part of that world as Flounder (senior Emily Kelly) looks on. Photo courtesy of Art of Life
OPINION Under the Sea: A ‘Splashing’ review of the spring musical “The Little Mermaid”
Elliott Seng, Editor-in-Chief • March 12, 2024

In a splash of enchantment and talent, St. Pius' rendition of “The Little Mermaid” bubbled to life on stage, leaving audiences swimming in awe and wonder. The production, helmed by director Mrs. Warren...

On a long list of Oscar nominations, Barbie herself didnt make the cut, perhaps proving the overall message of the movie.
OPINION: “Barbie” gets 8 Oscar nominations… but was it ‘Kenough’?
Elliott Seng, Editor-in-Chief • January 26, 2024

The Oscars have long had a reputation for choosing “artistic” films over popular ones. It’s part of their slogan: “recognizing excellence in cinematic achievements.”  But was the “Barbie”...

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