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!

Bohemian Rhaspody review

Elizabeth Reich

January 4, 2019

“You’re a legend, Fred.” “We’re all legends.”  The story of Queen and Freddie Mercury comes to the big screen in the film Bohemian Rhapsody from 20th Century Fox. Just like the song of the same name, the movie is a...

My religious journey to Mecca

Hashir Raja

January 4, 2019

My family and I made Pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina during the week of November 16 to 24. As a Muslim, it is a dream to be able to go on a pilgrimage at least once in a lifetime. I am lucky enough to be able to do it at such a ...

Students meet Tom Wrobleski

Cheyanne Richardson

January 4, 2019

Curtis had the privileged opportunity to get involved with politics and meet political debater, Tom Wrobleski. Wrobleski is the senior opinion writer for the Staten Island Advance and is a journalist with Muck Rack. The students in the ...

Blood Drive is a huge success

Zoe Ploog

January 4, 2019

Donating blood is a charitable act. When people are in severe accidents, have certain disease or lose a tremendous amount of blood it is necessary for a patient to have a blood transfusion. Giving blood is a great gift that man...

Both bowling teams have successful seasons

Atticus Tacopino

January 4, 2019

Curtis’ boys and girls bowling teams ended their 2018 season in two high-energy quarterfinal matches held at Rab’s Country Lanes. Boys varsity held the No. 5 seed and went up against MSIT Seagulls, who held the No. 4 seed. The Se...

Girls swim team undefeated on Island

January 4, 2019

This fall season the girls swim team went undefeated winning the title of Island Champs for the first time in many years. They also, yet again, qualified for playoffs and individuals A and B champs. Co-Captain Megan Hourican said,...

Three new teachers added to the performing arts department

Essence Rafael

January 4, 2019

The performing arts department has been undergoing a few changes this year with new teachers being welcomed into the Curtis community. With the 2018-2019 school year already in full swing, new teachers such as Ms. Fries, Ms. Ke...

NJROTC passes difficult inspection

Joseph Ramirez

January 4, 2019

The NJROTC annual inspection was held on Thursday the 29th in the new gym. The inspection also included demonstrations from the ROTC cadets. This annual inspection is important because Commander Miller comes in to evaluate the...

Eve tradition goes beyond basketball

Ramota Olatunji

January 4, 2019

It has been 72 years since the first game, and this highly anticipated tradition still stands strong! Once again Curtis High School held its annual Thanksgiving Eve game between Curtis and St. Peter’s on November 21st at the C...

Pep Rallies Return

Casi Knorr

January 4, 2019

Pep rallies are no longer a once a year occurrence. This year there have been three so far in the fall semester. First up was the football teams. The second was for the championship bound boys varsity soccer team and the third...

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