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The Jaguar Renassaince

Various forms of artwork are submitted to be featured on The Main Street Journal’s website and in some cases are considered for placement on the print copy of the newspaper.

The Jaguar Renassaince Subcolumns

Well Wishes From Dr. Brown To The Seniors

May 20, 2019 3:34pm | Kadijatu Johnson

Dr. Gorman Brown sent an email wishing well to all the seniors. Here is what what said in the email. Cherished CHF Students, As I write this communique our seniors are preparing for their Prom and Graduation, a culmination of four years of commitment and […]

Business Honor Society

May 19, 2019 3:35pm | Kadijatu Johnson

I made it into the Business Honor Society. I, along with others that were accepted into the program, had to dress in a business casual attire. I am really glad and appreciative to be a part of something so great. We all received a pin […]

My End of High School

May 16, 2019 10:50pm | Joy Douglas

My high school years have been bumpy, but a great ride. I never believed anyone when they told me that high school passes by quickly, but it does. I remembered being a freshman and was so scared to go to this school since everyone I […]

Dual Enrollment Registration Help!

May 16, 2019 4:01pm | Kadijatu Johnson

If you have successfully applied to the dual enrollment program, then you have received an email with directions how to register for your classes. However, if you need help registering, Ms. Walker will be assisting students next week. Here are the dates for the registration […]

Her Part 1

May 14, 2019 6:18pm | Jayvon Pegus

My phone off, your clothes off They sleep bae; they dozed off You go, girl, ain’t never had it like this Girl, you are a bad assignment I know that you know you’re priceless As Martin said, you go girl you go I don’t play […]


May 14, 2019 6:10pm | Jayvon Pegus

I see a girl battling depression Struggling to get through adolescence Try to show her love, but it’s a lack of comprehension Been through some shit, she lost her essence Heart full of pain, so she was taking out her aggression Started look at sex […]

Thank You Ms. Marlow

May 8, 2019 6:24pm | Christopher Hart

I want to thank my first-grade teacher, Ms. Marlow, for helping shape the person I am today. Back when I was in elementary school, Ms. Marlow was the most outstanding teacher I had. She would come to visit us whenever we went up a grade. […]

Thank You Teachers

May 8, 2019 6:21pm | Sydney Brutus

In all of my 11 years of school, I have come across only a few teachers that I did not entirely like, and a lot of teachers who I was allowed the opportunity to get close. When I was younger, my mother had told me […]


May 8, 2019 4:39pm | Camille Abdulla

For this teacher appreciation week, I would like to recognize my favorite teachers this year–Ms.Buck and Ms.Mack. I learned so many valuable things during the first semester with Ms.Mack and not just about the subject she teaches, “Women’s Studies,” but also about life. I learned […]

Thank You Teachers

May 6, 2019 9:46pm | Jordan Gabriel

Thank you to the majority of teachers from Prince George’s County for allowing me to sit in class for you and barely learn anything. Thank you for making me feel stupid and making my life difficult since most of you are too lazy to do […]