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Xavier News

The Student News Site of Saint Xavier High School

Xavier News

The Student News Site of Saint Xavier High School

Xavier News

Mrs. Tapia’s March “Musical” Madness Bracket

Students Participate in March “Musical” Madness

Preston Dean and Jack Henry March 4, 2024

It’s that time of year when people start to fill out their brackets for March Madness. Many students and teachers in the World Languages Department are filling out a different type of bracket. Many...

St. X Students Fundraise for Cancer

St. X Students Fundraise for Cancer

Jack Henry and TJ Kaskocsak February 29, 2024

The Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS) is a fundraising organization that raises money to help end blood cancer. From Jan. 31–March 22, students from schools across the Louisville area try to raise...

Sophomore Grayson Merrick reciting his poems during the B period competition

Merrick Wins Poetry Out Loud

Preston Dean, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

The Kentucky Arts Council awarded St. X with a grant to host the annual Poetry Out Loud competition. The grant includes an artist from the Arts Council to do a workshop for participating classes. The school...

DyLon Boone’s Q

St. X Shines in Scholastic Art Competition

Liam Whelan and Bram Long February 6, 2024

The Scholastic Art competition is an annual event where talented students submit works of art in hopes of winning prestigious awards. 'Keys' are awarded regionally and rank from gold to silver, with honorable...

Business and StoX Club: Preparing the Future Generation

Business and StoX Club: Preparing the Future Generation

Jack Henry, Staff Writer February 5, 2024

The world of stocks is very confusing, but with help from Mr. Blaser and his Business and StoX Club, they become much clearer. In each meeting, Mr. Blaser and his club dive into the world of stocks to...

St. X hosted the annual blood drive in the Sterne Gym

St. X Hosts Annual Blood Drive

Preston Dean, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

On Feb. 2, St. X hosted their annual blood drive during Catholic Schools Week. This was a great opportunity for students, faculty, parents, and alumni to give the gift of life. The American Red Cross...

Mr. Tony Kemper in the Viscusi Learning Support Center

Kemper Wins Catholic Inclusion Award

Preston Dean, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

On Jan. 30, Mr. Tony Kemper was honored with the Irene Casey Catholic Inclusion Award. This award is given to educators, counselors or administrators that embody inclusive practices throughout the school...

Ford Musselman and Spencer Hyslop carrying a tree at Fords Firs (photo courtesy of Andy Hyslop)

St. X Students’ Seasonal Job at Ford’s Firs

Ryder John, Staff Writer December 13, 2023

As Christmas time approaches, people in the Louisville community are scrambling to put up their Christmas trees. While a majority of families have made the switch to artificial trees, some still keep the...

Culinary Club members are ready to serve the guests at the International Dinner

Students Participate in the Annual International Christmas Dinner

Preston Dean and Angelo Centeno December 8, 2023

The St. X World Language students partnered with the Culinary Club for the annual International Dinner. This was a great opportunity for students to come together and celebrate the three world languages...

Glaser Wins Ryken Award

Glaser Wins Ryken Award

Clay Robinson, Staff Writer December 6, 2023

The Theodore James Ryken Award was established since 1997 and recognizes an adult member of the school community who by her or his commitment and dedication lives the mission of the Xaverian charism of...

The St. X community helping with the 2022 Toys for Tots Toy Drive (Photo courtesy of Patrick Masterson)

4th Annual Toys for Tots Drive

Liam Whelan, Staff Writer November 29, 2023
From Dec. 4-8, students are encouraged to bring gifts into the Sterne Gym each morning for teens and pre-teens. A community-wide drive will take place on Sunday, Dec. 10 at the St. X circle from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Mr. Kresse’s team outside of their house they helped

St. X Students Return to Project Warm

Zach Blincoe November 14, 2023

Most students are able to enjoy a warm and cozy winter with heat in their homes, but this is not the case for everyone in the community. Many low income families can not afford weathering services that...

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