An insiders look into The Corral
An insider's look into The Corral
Kriti Dhaduvai, Features Editor & Puzzle Master • February 26, 2024

The Corral is the school newspaper run by students and journalism teacher Christine Stricker. You may have seen the papers being delivered to...

Photo courtesy of on Freepik (background), storyset on Freepik (violin and guitar), rocketpixel on Freepik (highlighter stroke), Freepik (piano, keyboard,
arrangement). Infographic by Esther Wang
A Musical Gift From Above
Esther Wang, News Editor • February 26, 2024

“When I was pregnant with him, I prayed that God will give me a child with musical talents. And God answered my prayer. Really, whatever that...

Seniors Matthew Wehling and Kyndall Jesse look at the common app during their office aid on Feb 9. The common app is what these Seniors use to apply to college.
Seniors Apply to College
Taylor Jesse, Staff Reporter • February 23, 2024

Many find the long and demanding process of applying to college to be very difficult, while others find it quite easy. Many underclassmen going...

Senora Ruiz (left) with her friend in Madrid during her time abroad.
Students set their sights abroad
Madeline Qian, Staff Reporter • February 23, 2024

Studying abroad is an experience adults often preach about, saying how going abroad in college changed their lives and shifted their...

Ben Lake poses with his acceptance letter to his upcoming mission trip. Photo courtesy of Ben Lake.
Sharing Faith with Guatemala
Maya Sagett, Managing/Copy Editor • February 23, 2024

From a young age, leadership, religion, and taking the initiative to help others have been core tenants in Ben Lake’s life. Now, as he is growing...

Sarah Burgess poses with balloons in her classroom the day she learned that she won Teacher of the Year.
Teacher Feature: TOY
Maya Sagett, Managing/Copy Editor • February 23, 2024

Having a healthy and sustainable work-life balance is already no easy task. But taking on teaching two different English classes, coaching cross...

Junior Samantha Taylor and Senior Parkway South student Haley Parks posing next to Macy’s on 6th
street. Photo courtesy of Cristina Taylor
Marching Colt in New York
Alyssa Weisenberg, Photo Editor • January 29, 2024

This Thanksgiving, one of Parkway Central’s own Marching Colts marched in the United States’ most popular and broadcasted parade; the Macy’s...

Jaden Jones-Brown (12) works on a piece in Ceramics.
Insights From A High School Artist
Kriti Dhaduvai, Davis Brown, and Erin McDonough January 22, 2024

Jahden Jones-Brown is a mixed media artist currently in Mr. Jafari’s ‘Ceramics 1’ class. Brown’s inspiration comes from starting art...

Sports Marketing teacher Julie Weindel works with Mudasir Khalji (12) in class.
Social Media Promotes Community And Student Work
Kriti Dhaduvai and Aamir Banks January 22, 2024

Christine Stricker is the lead of PCH Publications here at Parkway Central. She talks about the need of having a big social media presence for...

The bench focusing during the game on Dec. 1 vs Parkway North
Coach Returns Home
Sam Sailors, Staff Reporter • January 19, 2024

With the new addition to the boys varsity Basketball team, assistant Coach Jayden Littlejohn, the Colts are off to a strong start with a record...

Parkway Central student body cheers as their team scores.
The Talk 4 Tyler Impact
Rayne Madison, Staff Reporter • January 19, 2024

Oftentimes, when a tragedy occurs, the people affected are so caught in despair they can’t seem to make anything good of their situation. Remaining...

Shawna Robinson writes a late pass for a tardy student
Total Tardy Turnaround
Alyssa Davis, Staff Reporter • January 19, 2024

How often have you been tardy this year? Were you one of the 3,826 tardies last year? If so, then you might have paid special attention to the...

Connor Lander (12) kicks a punt on the ten yard line against Rockwood Summit on Aug.8. Lander committed to play football at Lindenwood University
Central Under Pressure
Landon Chen, Opinion and Entertainment Editor • January 19, 2024

With the clock winding down to half time during the district final, the Colts football team was fending off the 8-2 Vashon Wolverines. So far...

Abi Kornblum (12) making dreidels to celebrate Hanukkah on Dec. 6.
A Club Welcome to Everyone
Amanda Arst, Staff Reporter • January 17, 2024

With a goal to bring people together no matter religion, gender, ethnicity or background, Jewish Student Union (JSU) is a club that is open and...

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