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Recent News Stories

St. Pius X participates in its first virtual learning day

November 21, 2019

It’s the end of January and a blizzard hits Atlanta, forcing St. Pius X to close for several days in a row. While this sounds like a dream come true for students and teachers, the situation can quickly...

Simba Cup is back!

November 20, 2019

Back by popular demand, the Simba Cup returns this week! After a three-year break, the event is back on campus and ready to unify the student body with some friendly competition. The theme for this year’s...

Annual Career Day introduces students to a variety of professions

November 14, 2019

St. Pius X hosted Career Day on Friday, November 8, an annual event that invites members of the school community to speak about their professions with juniors and seniors.  Students got to choose...

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Spotify is blocked, but do you know why?
It’s a small world after all
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Winter sports teams back in action
Senior student-athletes sign to continue playing careers in college
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The real truth about ‘senioritis’

Griffin Akers, Staff Writer
January 8, 2020

The term senioritis refers to the debilitating disease that attacks students their senior year of high school. Symptoms often include procrastination, plummeting GPAs, and overall apathy. Teachers and...

Low-income communities likely paid for your HOPE scholarship

Witt Hollensbe, Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2019

The ad has everything, and I mean everything. Narrating a montage in which adorable elementary school students practice their penmanship and a throng of culturally diverse blue-robed college graduates...

Which classroom review game is king?

Hunter Minne, Staff Writer
December 3, 2019

It’s no secret that school can be monotonous. Sometimes it can seem like there is always a test, always an essay, always some more work to be done. This is where review games come in, as a brief respite...

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Love hurts: Mr. Spellman’s hugs show off his friendliness…and legendary strength

Joe Shaub, Staff Writer
April 9, 2019

It's a well-known fact throughout the St. Pius X community that Principal Steve Spellman has a grip so strong that it would scare an anaconda. Whether it’s a simple handshake, hug, or friendly slap on...

Move over ladies, the Guy Power Club is here to stay

Will Briones, Staff Writer
April 8, 2019

Move to the left feminists, guy power is coming to St. Pius X and members are piling in quickly. With the increased female demographic at St. Pius, President Chad Barwick is implementing this movement...

Library offers new Lunch and Learn: Enhanced interrogation techniques

Ella Cate Hungeling, Staff Writer
April 8, 2019

Have you been watching too much "Homeland"? As a child, did you dream of joining the CIA? Would you like to learn how to force information out of America’s greatest enemies? Join Mrs. Wilcauskas in the...

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