The seniors have graduated, and the students in the Class of 2016 will soon be heading in different directions to start their adult lives. The senior class has left its mark on the school over the past four years. Continue reading →
With graduation, Fr. Tolton Catholic High School bid farewell to the class of 2016. But the seniors are not the only ones getting a fond farewell. Six teachers are leaving Tolton this year to pursue new adventures. With their departure comes the welcoming of new teachers. Needless to say, that means many changes here at Tolton.
The House of Xavier is full of surprises. Although they seem quiet and unthreatening, watch out–this House has tricks up its sleeve. Not known for being boisterous, the hardworking house came up like a dark horse last year and managed to walk away with the House Cup in 2015. Their tactic? Slow and steady wins the race. Even though they came out fourth in the overall rankings this year, the house wasn’t swayed in its zeal for victory.
“We are the group that works really hard and gets really good ideas,” house teacher Ms. Brittany Hayes said. “And whenever we get excited about something, that is when we do things well.”Continue reading →
When it comes to an average day in the House of St. Sebastian, you can most likely find the students watching movies, playing Celebrities, pairing up for a game of Sardines or just hanging out. The house is very easy going and laid back—until it comes to competitions.
“We’re relaxed until a competition comes along, and then we get super competitive,” said sophomore Troy Baker. His fellow Sebastian members agree with him.Continue reading →
This year’s prom introduced a new tradition. Instead of voting on potential prom candidates, six students were selected based on the number were of service hours they completed. These six anonymous juniors choose charities to support. Whichever charity earned the most money in a school-wide fund drive by prom night won.
This year’s Prom Queen is Diana Guillen, and the King is Michael Turnbaugh. They were crowned the winners on Friday, May 6, at the prom. Continue reading →
As this school year comes to an end, preparations are already underway for next year, including the election of student leaders. This spring, elections were held for Executive Council and House. Continue reading →
The Tolton Class of 2016 has had more members sign on to play college sports than both of the classes before it. Among those who signed this year are two exceptional female athletes: Lydia Hale and Davis Atkins. Continue reading →