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Summer Musical “Curtains” a fun and exciting experience

Autumn Lee, News Editor

October 6, 2019

Directed by Daniel Pronley, Curtains Brookfield Central’s 2019 summer musical directed by Daniel Pronley and produced by Chelsea Russel. Curtains is where many students from both Brookfield Central and Brookfield East participated to make this wonderful production come to life. The overview of this musical, according to Theatrical...

Band concert full of culture and emotion

Autumn Lee, News Editor

June 5, 2019

After many long days of preparation, parents and students alike received an outstanding performance by Brookfield Central’s Bands: Concert, Symphonic, and Wind Ensemble. Since the beginning of the year, each band has grown and developed to become even greater in their musicianship, leading to the performance on May 7th at...

Red carpet rolled out for Melton and Cape, 2019 prom king and queen

Red carpet rolled out for Melton and Cape, 2019 prom king and queen

April 24, 2019

A sea of colors presses up against the catwalk as the 2019 prom court lines up on stage. Each of the...

Science Olympiad State concludes

Science Olympiad State concludes

April 24, 2019

There were a great majority of students who represented Brookfield Central High School at the Science...

Chemistry Olympiad challenges aspiring scientists

Harshman Sihra, Reporter

April 20, 2019

Phosphoric acid can be manufactured according to the following reaction: Ca3(PO4)2 + 3SiO2 + 5C + 5O2 + 3H2O3CaSiO3 + 5CO2 + 2H3PO4 If equal masses of calcium phosphate (M = 310.) and silica (M = 60.0) are reacted with excess carbon, oxygen, and water to produce 1.00 103 kg phosphoric acid (M = 98.0), what mass of calc...

#Ready for it: BC DECA ready to take on ICDC 2019

Rajat Mittal and Stephanie Chen

April 13, 2019

After a successful state competition, 22 competitors will be heading off to the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida. These are some of the best DECA competitors in the state who have some big shoes to fill! Last year in Atlanta, GA, Grace Chialiva placed second in the world, which was a huge...

Things to remember for Solo & Ensemble 2020

Autumn Lee, Reporter

March 19, 2019

1. The Basics To begin, WSMA requires a performer to prepare a piece--whether it is a solo, duet, trio, quartet--that is properly registered and picked from the WSMA festival list, which has pieces ranging from A class (highest level of music) to C class (lowest level of music). With this piece, the performer must have: ...

From Klingon to Spanish, NACLO challenges students

Harshman Sihra and Stephanie Chen

March 18, 2019

“Saj lughaj tlhInganpu’ ’e’ leghpu’ ghoqwI’ ’e’ ghojpu’ la’ ’e’ SovTah tlhInganpu’ ’e’ SovTah DevwI’pu’.” Translation: the leaders know that the Klingons know that the commander learned that a spy saw that the Klingons have a pet. The above is an example from one of eight problems NACLO...

BC DECA members qualify for state at Districts

Emily Otten, Online Editor

March 18, 2019

On the early Saturday morning of January 12th, 15 schools competed in the annual DECA districts competition for District 6 at Racine Case High School. DECA districts is a regional competition that determines which DECA participants will be able to go to state in Lake Geneva. Students compete for a spot in the top 2 of their...

Science Olympiad: a nerdy yet enthralling competition

Julianne Sun, Entertainment Editor

March 18, 2019

On January 26, in sub-zero temperatures, the Science Olympiad team of Central piled into one school bus that was destined for UW-Milwaukee. They carried Rube-Goldberg-esque contraptions, handmade instruments, and binders stuffed with papers, piled into one school bus that was destined for UW-Milwaukee. Science Olympiad is an...

DECA officers share perspectives

Emily Otten and Harshman Sihra

March 18, 2019

Because DECA state is right around the corner in early March, we asked three DECA officers and 2019 DECA state attendees about their experiences in DECA. Describe DECA in five words. “Preparing emerging leaders for the future.” Sami Krutz (‘20) “Opportunity to expand one's horizons.” Rawan Hamadeh (‘20) ...

Students succeed at science bowl

Niyati Hansaria, Reporter

March 18, 2019

While many students spent the weekend before the end of the term prepping for exams, some BC students spent their Saturday, on January 12th, competing at the Regional Science Bowl Competition hosted at MSOE. Over 30 teams competed in a series of buzzer-round questions, with students all across Wisconsin looking to test their...

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