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Sophomore Gaby Franco tunes her guitar at the beginning of class in March. Franco along with sophomore group members Lily Stokes and Hannah Hungeling wrote and recorded an original song titled After Him based loosely on the movie After.
Intermediate Guitar writes original songs for contest
Hunter Minne, Editor-in-Chief

The guitar program’s 7th Annual Songwriting Contest came to an end Friday, March 5th after almost a month of voting from St. Pius students and teachers. Featuring eight original song submissions from...

Junior Lucy Vrazel practices percussion for upcoming GHP interview.
St. Pius X nominates the best and brightest for Governor’s Honors Program
Ava Godbey, Staff Writer

Every year, schools across the state of Georgia nominate their brightest and most passionate students to the Governor's Honors Program....

1st Place Printmaking: Gaze of the Leopard by Isabelle Darling 24
Student artwork shines in Juried Arts Exhibition
Elizabeth Hong and Emalyn Yantis

This year’s annual Juried Arts Exhibition took place Friday, February 26, featuring juror Melissa Harshman, a professor at the...

Sarah Halbig (left) was name valedictorian, Sophia Ripoll (middle) salutatorian, and Cody Nelson (right) STAR student for the Class of 2021.
St. Pius X announces 2021 valedictorian, salutatorian, STAR student
Chloe Dierkes, Staff Writer

St. Pius X recently announced its highest academic honors for the Class of 2021, naming senior Sarah Halbig valedictorian, senior Sophia...

Volunteer opportunities available to complete Works of Mercy
Volunteer opportunities available to complete Works of Mercy
Ava Godbey, Staff Writer

Two things are for certain this year for St. Pius X students. First, this year has been incredibly hard. Second, someone has always...

Downtown Atlanta offers a variety of fun activities
Downtown Atlanta offers a variety of fun activities
Elizabeth Nark, Staff Writer

Are you bored over the weekend with nothing to do? Are you finally leaving quarantine for the first time in months and looking for...

Roll the dice at this years prom
Roll the dice at this year's prom
Ellie Ballew, Staff Writer

Prom is finally here! Latin teacher Ms. Laure Briscoe, theology teacher Mrs. Lindsey Farrell, and the junior and senior class councils...

Senior Agyei Quinichett pitches against Arabia Mountain at a home game in February. Quinichett and his teammates face Eastside Wednesday, April 28 in the first round of the state playoffs.
Baseball hosts first round of state playoffs
Casey Ver Meulen, Staff Writer

The varsity baseball hosts the first round of the state playoffs today at home. Entering as a two-seed with a 19-8, they'll play a...

Junior Karis Coleman dribbles past a Clarston defender during a game in February. The team advanced to the second round of the state playoffs this season.
“This team is very, very close. I think that is what makes us so special.”
Chloe Dierkes and Elizabeth Nark

The thought of high school basketball conjures up images of crowded stands, rowdy teens, and all star athletes swishing threes to their...

New battalion system promotes leadership, responsibility within football program
New battalion system promotes leadership, responsibility within football program
Alex Smith, Staff Writer
Strength and conditioning coach Ryan Liccardo introduced the competition to team last school year
Senioritis is back and worse than ever

Cal Petersen, Staff Writer
April 20, 2021

Senior year is tough to finish even in a normal school year, but especially now during a pandemic. From being quarantined, to all the new restrictions, “senoritis,” or lack of motivation, procrastination,...

Uniforms foster success

Ava Godbey, Staff Writer
April 14, 2021

To wear a uniform or to not wear a uniform? To be decked in blue-green plaid or choose a new pattern every day? Ties or surprise? Saddle shoes or sneakers?  These are the questions that plague the...

Drivers ed more effective online than in-person

Elizabeth Nark, Staff Writer
March 26, 2021

In the state of Georgia under Joshua's Law, 30 hours of drivers education is one of the requirements for a 16-year-old to get a driver's license. With Coronavirus affecting the entire world this past year,...

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Say hello to the newest faculty member, Ed Sheeran

Chloe Dierkes, Staff Writer
April 1, 2021

As many St. Pius X students know, Mr. Brion Kennedy, our talented guitar teacher, is leaving us to teach at Harpeth Hall in Nashville, TN, which has produced many famous alumni including Reese Witherspoon...

Seaver Cat speaks out: “I am a cat of dignity”

April 1, 2021

In the wake of a tumultuous global crisis, one thing has stayed constant at St. Pius X--the famous Seaver Cat. Seaver Cat, the cat that roams the area near Seaver Field, is one of the most enigmatic figures...

Don’t trust the birds!

Hunter Minne, Editor-in-Chief
April 1, 2021

Life in the 21st century is a confusing mess of misinformation and unsettling truths. Staying informed is becoming steadily more difficult as more and more information from unreliable sources floods the...

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