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    The Sonny House Cafe
    On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. the CRI students of Charles Herbert Flower High School hosted a cafe calle
  • Speech
    At birth, we communicate in verbs; Crying when hurt, laughing when happy, But when we start to speak we are quiet Or we
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    Article on Manhood 101
    “Manhood 101” By: Jhamari Easter      Manhood 101 is a youth African American program for the young men in the
  • The Drama Queen
    When trouble finds you, it loves your silence. “Don’t you tell anyone!” It says, “You just simpl
  • Before the War of the Classes
    The preparation for class night is fierce! Each class is preparing for the battle, practicing at most three times a week
  • Angel Tree 2016
    The National Honor Society and The Art Society unite for the Salvation Army Angel Tree. The community service event allo

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Jaguars In The News

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The Jaguar Renassaince

  • Speech
    At birth, we communicate in verbs; Crying when hurt, laughing when happy, But when we start to speak we are quiet Or we
  • The Drama Queen
    When trouble finds you, it loves your silence. “Don’t you tell anyone!” It says, “You just simpl
  • Don’t Choke The Bunny
    His hands burned, clenched in a fist His eyes red and clouded in mist He can’t say it, he won’t say it Bottl
  • Feel Alive
    I speak of freedom Searching for that piece of mind That’s been lost, can’t seem to find Destroying my very
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    National Art Honors Society
    Looking for something to do? There are many clubs to join here at Charles Herbert Flowers High School. One of them is Na
  • Message to Millennials
    Politics: the art of making it look like you are actually helping those that you represent in a government organization

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