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Students travel to Europe

Sydney Blugh, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

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During spring break two groups of fifteen students had the experience of a lifetime. One of the groups traveled to France and the other went to Italy. The trip to France was unusual this year with a group of 14 female student and o...

Curtis Football wins PSAL City Champs

Quincy Barnes and Thalia Smart

February 10, 2017

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The Curtis Warriors traveled to the Bronx to battle for the PSAL Championship at Yankee Stadium. The Warriors played a familiar foe, the Erasmus Hall Dutchmen. In October, Curtis managed to pull out a breathtaking win 44-42, so...

Curtis website adds video newscast

Ricardo Mediavilla

December 19, 2016

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There is now a weekly video newscast posted on the Curtis High School website that is a round up of the morning announcements. Curtis has had a newscast over the morning announcements every third period. These announcements...

NJROTC holds second Military Ball

Ramota Olatunji

December 19, 2016

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Students and faculty  from the NJROTC program gathered at The Excelsior Grand for a memorable night of celebrating the Navy and Marine Corps’ 241st birthday. This was Curtis’ second annual Military Birthday Ball, and over 150 ...

Curtis’ heartwarming reaction to the destruction of Hurricane Matthew

Matthew Chakwin

December 19, 2016

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Haiti was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in early October. Haiti suffered some of the worst conditions of the storm. The hurricane destroyed many homes leaving millions displaced. There have been countless humanitarian response...

Mr.Delin Goes Viral

Mr.Delin Goes Viral

November 28, 2016

Dutch students react to Chelsea bombing

Alaina Hinkley

November 15, 2016

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On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at around 8:30 pm, New York City went into panic after an explosion went off in the Chelsea area. 29 people were injured. When this bombing occurred, Curtis High School was hosting it’s Spani...

Students put physics laws in action

Heather Rahn, Editor

December 14, 2015

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When has a school project ever required you to become an engineer? This year the IB physics juniors were given the task of building a car that is powered by a mousetrap. This was a frustrating challenge for many, but the motivation of competition...

Alarms installed

Emma Delgado, Editor

December 14, 2015

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Curtis High School has complied with the city wide mandate to put over 21,000 alarms on the doors of every Public School in NYC. This stems from the passing of Avonte´s Law, named for Avonte Oquendo, a 14 year old autistic stud...

PRIDE cards demystified

Ricardo Mediavilla, Editor

December 14, 2015

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Every time the Students of the Month are listed over the morning announcements, PRIDE Cards are mentioned in tandem. PRIDE cards were originally created as a positive reinforcement to modify student behavior. The rationale was that often good deeds go unnoti...

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