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Forensics advances to nationals

Julianne Sun, Reviews Editor

June 8, 2018

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Six students qualified for the national level of Forensics this year: Siddharth Kulkarni (‘19), Sophie LaRose (‘19), Hana Li (‘19), Aparna Jayashankar (‘18), Aafreen Sajid (‘19), and Ravina Sachdev (‘19). Each one of them will be going to Washington, D.C. and Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the final stage. LaRose and...

Drama department performs “Strange Boarders”

Drama department performs “Strange Boarders”

May 24, 2018

The Spring Show is a BC tradition that promotes students’ skills in acting and building. Students from...

Distinguished Young Women leads High Interest Day activities

Distinguished Young Women leads High Interest Day activities

May 24, 2018

Poised, elegant, proud, and confident; these are just a few of the many qualities that Distinguished...

Lancers compete at Waukesha Science and Engineering Fair

Laurel Chen, News Editor

April 9, 2018

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Oftentimes, the drive behind young reserachers perpetually propels them to their own STEM-related successes. On March 3, Raveena Mishra (‘19) and Ishan Raikar (‘20) competed at the Waukesha County Science and Engineering Fair (WaCSEF) presenting their individual scientific endeavours. This fair is one of the many affiliates,...

NHS welcomes new members during induction ceremony

Sanja Tarigoppula, Activities Editor

April 9, 2018

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Scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These four qualities represent the overarching ideals the National Honor Society holds. NHS is an association in Brookfield Central which consists of juniors and seniors who have shown merit in the principles mentioned previously. Juniors are required to apply and are chosen...

DECA state officer shares triumphs and trial

Eric Chen, Editor-in-Chief

April 9, 2018

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DECA, as an organization meant to develop business acumen in students, naturally involves improving one’s leadership skills by serving in elected positions. This past year, Grace Chialiva (‘18) had the distinction of serving as a Wisconsin State Officer. “As a state officer, I am a representative of Wisconsin DECA and...

DECA team prepares for district level competitions

DECA team prepares for district level competitions

December 18, 2017

When people at Brookfield Central hear the name DECA, they usually don’t think competition or service....

BC seniors named Siemens Competition semifinalists

BC seniors named Siemens Competition semifinalists

December 18, 2017

Seniors Reilly Olinger and Laurel Chen were named semifinalists in the Siemens Math, Science, and Technology...

Mock Trial investigates challenging case

Mock Trial investigates challenging case

November 21, 2017

When people think of Mock Trial, crime is generally the first idea that comes into their mind. Not to...

Lancer Feud raises money for Hurricane Harvey

Lancer Feud raises money for Hurricane Harvey

November 21, 2017

A monstrous tropical cyclone struck the southern coast of the United States during late August, drag...

New Club, She’s The First, fundraises for girls’ education

New Club, She’s The First, fundraises for girls’ education

November 21, 2017

Just last May, senior Gwen Gustafson (‘18) set out to found a chapter of She’s The First at BCHS af...

Yearbook theme revealed

Samaaya Jayamaha

November 21, 2017

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During the first Legend Yearbook meeting of the school year, Mr. Juran and his three editors-in-chief, Riley Swart (18’), Hannah Peksa (‘18) and Mary Ellen Ritter (‘19), officially unveiled the highly-anticipated theme for the 2017-18 yearbook: Crossing Lines. Soon after, Swart excitedly shared details about the process...

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