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CHS Celebrates Class of 2018

CHS Celebrates Class of 2018

Special to The Arrow Appeal

May 7, 2018


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CLINTON — Members of the class of 2018 are leaving Clinton High School with more than $6 million in scholarships to colleges and universities across the country. There are five National Merit finalists in this year’s graduating class and six STAR Students (with ACT scores of either 35 or 36). “Our...

CHS Enters State Testing Season

CHS Enters State Testing Season

Ashley Omerza, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018


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The spring of 2018 is also known as State Testing Season, and the month of May will be just that. From May 1  through May 16, sophomores and juniors will be taking a variety of state tests to finish out the school year. To prepare, teachers have been preparing their students with practice tests...

CHS Juniors and Sophomores Plan for Next School Year

CHS Juniors and Sophomores Plan for Next School Year

Hyerin Jeong, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018


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The end of the 2017-2018 school year is near, which means that sophomores and juniors will have to choose their classes for the next year very soon. Choosing classes can often be difficult and overwhelming, but this article may be able to help ease the entire process for every student. Throughout...

Clinton’s Focus on ACT, Set to Improve Scores and Accountability

Clinton’s Focus on ACT, Set to Improve Scores and Accountability

Ashley Omerza, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018


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On Feb. 27, Juniors at CHS will take the ACT. At the same time, Sophomores will take a practice ACT. To prepare for this test, juniors took a practice ACT on January 10, and the school has been using this information to prepare for the real thing in February. CHS Assistant Principal Dr. Brock Ratcliff has...

Five Things You Need to Know

Five Things You Need to Know

Sheridan Johnson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2018


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We're three weeks away from the end of the Third Nine-weeks and the start of Spring Break. Get on top of all your work so you can go into Spring Break on a good note. Juniors will take the ACT for free on Tuesday, Feb 27, and sophomores will take a practice ACT that same day. The baseball team pl...

Noah Martinolich—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Noah Martinolich—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Parker Galloway, Entertainment Editor

December 5, 2017


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Noah Martinolich, Eagle Scout and National Merit semi-finalist amongst other honors and achievements, is sailing to the top of the academic world. Noah is the firstborn son of Stephen and Denise Martinolich and has one brother, Issac Martinolich who is a sophomore at CHS. He's been with CPSD since his...

Black Friday Options Around Central Mississippi

Black Friday Options Around Central Mississippi

Hyerin Jeong, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017


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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, one can expect a relaxing break from school, an overwhelming amount of good food, and of course, the greatly anticipated Black Friday. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, when stores give out a numerous amount of deals for a limited time. “Black...

CHS to Host Blood Drive on Dec. 19

CHS to Host Blood Drive on Dec. 19

Jay Manning, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


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For those looking to make an immediate difference in the world, you’ll have the opportunity Tuesday, Dec. 19 during the Clinton Arrow Blood Drive. The Blood Drive will take place during finals week, and since Tuesday is an "Open Campus" day, the blood drive will start at 10 AM and will last until 3 ...

Clinton Students to Take ASVAB on Nov. 7

Clinton Students to Take ASVAB on Nov. 7

Parker Galloway, Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2017


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For those of you who don't know already, Clinton High School students will be taking the ASVAB or the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. The ASVAB is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command, it is used to determine your qualifications...

CPSD Earns ‘A’ Rating; Ranks in Top Five Districts Statewide

CPSD Earns ‘A’ Rating; Ranks in Top Five Districts Statewide

Special to The Arrow Appeal

October 18, 2017


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CLINTON — Clinton’s public schools earned the highest possible academic rating for the 2017-18 school year. According to results released today by the Mississippi Department of Education, the Clinton Public School District is an “A” rated school district with an overall score of 689. “Today’s...

Mary Madison Pevey—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Mary Madison Pevey—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Micah Gibbs, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017


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There have been a couple of CHS students that have shown great academic accomplishments, and are five national merit semi-finalists. One of the five students, Mary Madison Pevey. Mary Madison lives with her mother Ramona Pevey and her father Kelly Pevey. She also has a brother, Austin Pevey. S...

Michael Franks—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Michael Franks—National Merit Semifinalist Feature

Ashley Omerza, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017


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A future pre-med student, Michael Franks is already making a name for himself as a National Merit Semi-Finalist. Michael Franks is the youngest in his family of four, consisting of his parents, Jeff and Trish Franks, and his older sister, Maria. Attending Clinton schools since the second grade, ...

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