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A Snow Day in Vegas

A Snow Day in Vegas

May 30, 2019

12 Angry Jurors

12 Angry Jurors

April 24, 2019

NWCTA Dance Marathon

NWCTA Dance Marathon

April 24, 2019

Speech and Debate at NWCTA

Breana Boelkens, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

NWCTA-- Aside from the fact that NWCTA has one of the strongest Speech & Debate teams in the county, outside of tournaments, the members are like a family. They always devote their time to critique each other's speeches...

Ready, Set, DECA! My Experience at SCDC

Owen Dickerson

March 11, 2019

Our school participated in the 2019 DECA State Career and Development Conference (SCDC) last month at the Rio Hotel and Casino Convention Center. Here are the things that I did and the results for our school.

Should School Start Later?

Alexis Bacani, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

Worldwide, school starting times for schools of all levels has been a subject argued. The question "Should school start later?" has been brought up due to students complaining about starting times, and whether current standards...

Granting Winter Wishes

Granting Winter Wishes

December 9, 2018

Holiday Fashion

Holiday Fashion

December 7, 2018

Hawk Squawk

Ram Masilang, Layout Editor

May 2, 2018

Ananya Dewan, a student at Northwest CTA, has been one of the 13 kids in Southern Nevada to be selected to receive the Harvard Book Prize. The Harvard Prize Book is an annual award that is presented to top students in the 11th...

Future Cities

Future Cities

February 17, 2018

Welcoming Kaitlyn Hoskins

Paige Lawrie and Ram Masilang

February 9, 2018

The Hawk's Eye Staff recently visited one of the newest additions to NWCTA staff, Kaitlyn Hoskins. She was a graduate from Northwest, and immediately returned after her four-year college education. She will replace Mr. Christensen...

Hosa Pin Contest Winner

January 18, 2018

Freshman Reflection

Deanna Tomasso, Senior Reporter

January 18, 2018

Walking into high school for the first time everyone is excited and nervous. First entering creates opinions about everything. One very controversial topic found at Northwest was program areas. Phrases such as, “I hate my m...

The Night Before Break

Paige Lawrie, Editor in Chief

December 29, 2017

'Twas the night before break, when all through the place Not a student was up then, not even that Jace; Their backpacks were swung to the doors in disarray, Through cries from that morning when they tested all day; The childr...

Thespian Society

Paige Lawrie, Editor in Cheif

November 7, 2017

The International Thespian Society (ITS) has been recognizing Middle and High School level Thespians since 1929. As a division of the Educational Theater Association, over 2.3 million Thespians have been inducted as of 2017. ...

New Playground for MLK

Ram Masilang, Layout Editor

October 27, 2017

Help Northwest raise money to build a new Pre-K and Kindergarten playground for our partner school Martin Luther King Junior Elementary. Last year's students raised $23,000 for school supplies and funds to MLK. Northwest’s...

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