The Curtis Log

  • April 28Schools closed for the duration of the 2019-2020 school year
  • March 18PSAL Sports, after school clubs, and performing arts shows postponed due to COVID-19
  • March 13Remember to Wash Your Hands!

Grant wins PSAL championship

By: Tolu Kolade, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

With a sweeping record of seven wins and zero losses, it’s no surprise that Malik Grant was also the winner of the PSAL Wrestling City Championship. Malik Grant has now been a three year winner at the City Championships, but each year was met with ...

Accidental time capsule discovered

By: Heather Rahn, Editor In Chief

March 25, 2015

Curtis is a school with over 100 years of history. Recently, some of that history resurfaced in the nursing department when the belongings of a student from 1983 were found in a locker. “We wanted to know why it was jammed. We use them to store b...

Top five episodes of The Office

By:Parker Garvin, Illustrator

March 25, 2015

“The Office” is one of the most loved shows of all time. From the great ensemble casting to the unique documentary style format, it is hard to find flaws in this perfect comedy series. Instead, this list focuses on the top f...

Showing their religion

By:Alysa Orcuilo, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Second grade, the year when students begin to spell, was the year Tehran Riaz decided to wear her hijab. “I was nervous at first but everyone was so supportive,” said Tehran, a seventh grader in Corona, Queens. “Some peop...

Changing schools mid year

By:Aislin Turner, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Coming into high school for the first time is very stressful, but for a student transferring mid-year it can be even worse. Incoming freshmen, at least have a whole freshmen class by their side experiencing the same thing, when t...

Building a college resume

By: Dinah Nahid, Back Page Editor

March 25, 2015

When it comes to your college resume, be sure to take it seriously. Your college resume outlines the activities you have participated in during your high school career. Whether it be sports, clubs, leadership positions within a club...

Meaningful service opportunities abound

By: Kailey Walters, Copy Editor

March 25, 2015

Whether you’re a junior or senior scrambling to complete your community service hours, or a freshman or sophomore trying to log early service credits, there are always ways to earn community service quickly. It’s best to participate...

CEO meets with Health Ambassadors

By: Lester Ellis, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Curtis welcomed the new C.E.O. Of Children’s Aid Society, Phoebe C. Boyer with the Curtis chorus, who performed the Children’s Aid Theme song, “I’m really glad they made Children’s Aid Society.” The theme was inspired...

Pupil Path introduced for new term

By:Ashvini Coomarasingham, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Curtis students and faculty have recently been introduced to a new program called Pupil Path/Skedula for the spring semester. The new gradebook, like JupiterGrades, permits students to look over their progress in their classes,...

Foreign exchange expands students world

By: Jada Mahone, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Curtis offers its students many opportunities, one being the foreign exchange program. Students have the choice to go to the Netherlands, France, Italy and now Spain. During winter break, students traveled to Spain and the Netherlands. Students who went to the Ne...

Straight from the Source