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The Court Street Press

The Student News Site of Central Bucks High School West

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Unified Track Q&A

Unified Track Q&A

I talked with Mrs. Cacavvo, the CB West Unified Track coach, about the program at CB West.
Mary Rose Baltes, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

MRB: What is Unified Track?  KW: Unified Track is a PIAA co-ed Track & Field Team composed of students with and without disabilities.   MRB: How long has West had a Unified Track Team? KW:...

Spring Reads!

Spring Reads!

Being in front of a screen has made it refreshing to open a book and flip pages. Here are some recommendations to add to your spring and summer reading lists.
May 5, 2021

With the warmer weather approaching I have found myself giving into the urge to sit on my porch and dive into reading and rereading some of my favorite books. This year especially, I have made it a habit...

Teacher Feature: Ms. Caccavo

I interviewed Ms. Caccavo, CB West Teacher and Unified Track coach, to discuss the program.
Mary Rose Baltes, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

  MRB: What is Unified Track? Unified Track is a PIAA co-ed Track & Field Team composed of students with and without disabilities. MRB: How long has CB West had a Unified Track Team? West...

Album Review: Let the Bad Times Roll

Alex Hartin gives us a review of The Offspring's newest album, 'Let the Bad Times Roll'.
Alex Hartin, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

After almost a decade, 90s punk band The Offspring return with a surprisingly good album for a band entering their fourth decade. Their first album since 2012s Days Go By finds more of the same energetic...

NFL Draft Round 1 & 2 Recap

NFL Draft Round 1 & 2 Recap

There were quite a few notable picks, trade-ups, and trade-downs during the first two rounds. Here’s a summary of some of the most important ones, including a clutch sequence of trades by our very own Philadelphia Eagles.
Ethan Maher, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

  Round One Pick 3: 49ers draft Trey Lance (QB, North Dakota State) This pick was, in my opinion, a very good decision by the 49ers. Lance has great mobility and can rush for loads of yards,...

CB Wests Mr. Olear discusses Kyle Pitts potential in the NFL

CB West’s Mr. Olear discusses Kyle Pitts potential in the NFL

CB West’s Mr. Olear saw Pitts in action as his high school football coach at Archbishop Wood. I recently had the opportunity to ask Mr. Olear about Pitts and what it was like coaching someone that has gone on to great things.
May 5, 2021

Update: Mr. Olear was correct. Kyle Pitts was drafted fourth overall by the Atlanta Falcons. The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching, and certain names are rising to the top of draft boards across the...

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Amanda Gorman, America’s Newest Sensation

After the reading of her poem “The Hill We Climb” at President Biden’s inauguration, the young poet continues to rise, and she is no where near done yet.
Jane Shapiro, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

  The rising, ravishing, riveting sensation that is Amanda Gorman has recently clogged the headlines after her astonishing reading of “The Hill We Climb” at President Biden's inauguration. The...

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A Glance at CB West Tennis

An interview with CB West's tennis team.
Ryan Keating and Ethan Maher May 5, 2021

Court Street Press: How has tennis adjusted to Covid? CB West Tennis: For one, we’ve got to wear masks on the sidelines at all times. Some schools (not Central Bucks, though) even require players...

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Now More Than Ever, CB West Needs ‘Mediocrity’

Cat Both spoke to the people behind West's other beloved and reputable source of journalism.
Catherine Both, Editor April 23, 2021

  “Fake News, Real CB West”, reads the bio of cbwest_mediocrity, a satirical Instagram page run by Central Bucks West upperclassmen. The page surfaced March of 2019, and is quickly regaining traction...

Should You Take Music Classes?

Should You Take Music Classes?

Taking music classes might be a hard decision to make for underclassmen, but there could also be some serious benefits to doing so.
Liam Price, Editor March 21, 2021

Every winter, students from CB West have to make the important choices of which classes they want to take the next year. West students are fortunate to be offered so many different courses for so many...

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63rd Annual Grammy Awards Recap

It has been a week since the 2021 Grammy Awards and though this year was different than others due to covid restrictions, it continued traditions by celebrating the music industry and the productions of the year.
Ainsley Massey, Writer March 21, 2021

During many acceptance speeches, musicians noted that music has helped us combat the hardships of the past year. Music unites us and is a method of motivation, especially through challenges. Trevor...

Books you ought to read in high school

Books you ought to read in high school

I assembled a list of books that are worth everyone’s time, books that have resonated with CB students and teachers for years after their initial read.
Sophie Kadan, Staff Writer March 21, 2021

Reading a list of books can be a big time commitment, one that we often don’t want to make. However, when we are genuinely invested in a story, this seemingly-stressful commitment becomes an afterthought. To...

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