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Thunderbolt athletes celebrated at Spring Recognition Ceremony

Pius X High School honored the Class of 2018 student-athletes that have chosen to participate in collegiate athletics. A similar event was held last fall for student-athlete s. Read below to learn more about the student-athlete's future . . . read more

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Van-Oehlertz, food services director, to serve up her final school meals

Tini Van- Oehlertz didn’t just want to oversee lunches at Pius X High School. She wanted to re-imagine it.    So she included a business plan with her resume, insisting she could do a better . . . read more

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Six Pius X students chosen for Boys'/Girls' State

Six students from Pius X High School have been chosen for this summer's Boys' State and Girls' State, respectively. Boys' State: Henry Blankenau and Samuel Rice Girls' State : Kloee Sander, Josie . . . read more

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Easter Mass 2018 Photo Gallery

He is Alive! We celebrated the resurrection of our Lord with an all-school Easter Mass. read more

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Pius X to phase out reporting of class rank

Pius X High School will phase out the reporting of class rank. Next year, only the seniors, Class of 2019, will have their rank reported on their transcript or in any other place. A similar move is being made by many high schools across the . . . read more

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Hansen honored for commitment to volunteerism

Elisabeth Hansen has been honored for her volunteerism. The sophomore from Pius X High School was named a Distinguished Finalist by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for her community service activities. Hansen has spent many . . . read more

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Machine Contest develops problem-solving skills in students

  Here are the top three finishers at last night's Machine Contest (Rube Goldberg), as well as other highlights. Students had to pour a bowl of cereal using 20 different steps (each one causes another). This was a . . . read more

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Spanish students read their books to elementary students

The top vote getters from Spanish classes went to area elementary schools to read the books they wrote and designed. The students were from the Spanish IV classes of Tracy Chapelle and Katie Hayes. The high school students created the . . . read more

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Students earn top honors at scholastic competition

Congratulations to the following students who have earned recognition in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Photography - Seniors Luis Duggan and Macie Hanway each earned Gold Key honors. Hanway, senior Lesslie Curiel, . . . read more

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Sotto Voce earns top honors at competition

Stephanie Earhart, senior Sotto Voce went to the Midland University Acapella Competition; it was part of the Festival of the Arts. Basically we prepared a few songs to perform, we all competed in the morning, we got to . . . read more

2017-18 Winter Sports Update

Wrestling Nine wrestlers represented Pius X High School at the State Wrestling Championships. Junior Grant Gubbels led the way with two victories, and four other wrestlers also earned victories. Qualifiers included: Jacob Reiber (106), . . . read more

Farewell Father Hall: gone but not forgotten

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Elise Wilhlem. Most people have that one teacher  who they feel influences them most. For several people, that teacher was Fr. Nathan Hall. . . . read more

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Junior recognized for unique drawings and paintings

Avry Victor receives prestigious award, social media exposure for art

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Kate Linderman. Scrolling through junior Avry Victor’s Instagram, you might see some famous faces portrayed in a unique way. From a . . . read more

New Recruit: Cassidy commits to Husker football

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Candy Hernandez. From playing football from the age of five to playing a future role in Nebraska’s very own football team, senior Chris . . . read more

Nothing but net for former Thunderbolt Maddie Simon

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. To say that Maddie Simon was unstoppable in high school would be an understatement. Now she’s proving herself on courts all . . . read more

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PXNS produces unique way of sharing sports news

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Olivia Taylor. PXNS (Pius X News and Sports) was started last year by Information Technology teacher Brian Swanigan. Swanigan started it as an . . . read more

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Seniors exhibit love for God by serving during daily Mass

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. All good things come in pairs. The same could be said about altar servers. Seniors Joe Benes and Phil Turner have taken the . . . read more

Teachers take on terrific task: Balancing the responsibilty of a multitude of students and a newborn baby

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Maddie Condon. Being a teacher is one of the most important jobs a person can have – mentoring, educating and preparing students to enter the . . . read more

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A Lenten Message: Video series from Pius X

A Lenten Message is a series of videos featuring priests at Pius X High School.   Fr. Lee Jirovsky Hi. My name is Father Lee Jirovsky. I'm the assistant chief administrative officer here at Pius the . . . read more

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Scheffler earns Rotary Club honor for classroom success

Jeremy Scheffler, Pius X science teacher, was named the Lincoln East Rotary Club Teacher of the Month for January 2018. Pictured are Alyssa Huber, U.S. Bank; Tom Korta, Pius X Principal; Jeremy; Heather, his wife; and Wayne Casper, . . . read more

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Algebra students test different approaches with board game

Students are playing games in Algebra class, but teacher Danielle Karre uses the game Settlers of Catan to help students practice experimental vs. theoretical strategies with dice. Karre's comments from the video are below. . . . read more

Tips when registering for classes

On Monday, registration for 2018-19 will begin for current students. Students will choose courses in PowerSchool. Have questions? Contact our Guidance Office. Here are tips to consider when registering for classes : Choose classes . . . read more

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Catholic Schools Week 2018

This week - January 28 through February 3 - is Catholic Schools Week 2018! ---> read more

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Le might be raising judge's eyebrows with speech about … eyebrows

Tiana Le is working to find the funny with … eyebrows. And it's working! The senior (who previously attended St. John School) has three top-five finishes in entertainment speaking so far this season. Le is involved in Club . . . read more

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Turner earns national honor for speech, academics

Phil Turner spent part of a recent school day getting congratulated. For an award. That he didn't know about. But no one should be surprised by his earning of the distinction of Academic All American by the National Speech and Debate . . . read more

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All about LB295: Opportunity Scholarship Act

The Nebraska Catholic Conference strongly supports the Opportunity Scholarship Act (LB 295), which has advanced from the Revenue Committee by a 5-3 vote. The Act would create a tax credit to incentivize donations to non-profit . . . read more

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Ben Wilson keeps Pius X halls clean, green

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. A cheerful, friendly senior walks into the main office every afternoon with one question: “What can I do to help?” . . . read more

Food service staff provides for special diets

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Lucy Koenig. When the lunch bell rings, most students run to the cafeteria and get whatever food they want with hardly any thought. But some students . . . read more

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Q&A with an alum: Sydney Townsend, 2014

Sydney Townsend attended North American Martyrs School in Lincoln and graduated from Pius X High School in 2014. She attends the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, where she was a key part on the national champion volleyball . . . read more

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Running club laces up for off-season training, fellowship

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. If you’re a fan of running in cold, wet, windy weather in the middle of the winter, there’s a club for that! . . . read more

Some seniors go above and beyond community service work to finish service hours

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Candy Hernandez. Graduation day is just around the corner and seniors are up and about finishing all their final duties as well as enjoying their . . . read more

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Strength and Performance numbers on the rise as students seek fitness

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Kate Linderman. More Pius X students chose to take Strength and Performance instead of Boys/Girls Fitness and Recreation to meet their P. E. . . . read more

Student managers play crucial role on girls basketball team

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Elise Wilhelm. Five members of the girls basketball team are essential to the program, but never see the court. Seniors Anthony Krick, . . . read more

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Students complete writing challenge, await published book this spring

This November, a group of Pius X High School students completed a national challenge, writing 50,000 words for their own novel. Students completing the challenge include: Brendan Plummer, senior (St. Peter), Rebecca Ringer, . . . read more

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Seniors go 'big' for senior year OID speech

Erin Benal is always on the look-out for a good script. The senior speech team member (previously attended St. Joseph School) is interested in having a discussion – alright, she calls it arguing – on any number of topics. So . . . read more

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Schlautman earns perfect 36 on ACT

Darin Schlautman, a senior at Pius X High School, earned a perfect score of 36 on an ACT test. Watch the video or read below to learn more about him, his test, and our 'Totally Unfair Trivia with Darin' segment. . . . read more

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Epiphany Mass 2018 - Photos and Videos

Today - our first day of the second semester - we celebrated the diversity in our school and in our world with a special Epiphany Mass. Fr. Justin Wylie - himself from South Africa - celebrated the mass, which included a procession of . . . read more

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas! "For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Christ and Lord." The story of Christmas, according to the Gospel of Luke, Chapter, verses 1 through 14. In those days . . . read more

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'Quotables' from the Fall 2017 semester

Our fall semester is finished! Here are quotes from just some of the stories from the past five months. Merry Christmas! "Whether it was Karen or God, I believe I was supposed to get up and go run. " . . . read more

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Thunderbolt Video Channel

Using stuffed animals as manipulatives in Spanish class Hands-on learning about Multiple Intelligences Theory Thunderbolts prep for their first ever robotics . . . read more

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Using stuffed animals as manipulatives in Spanish class

Spanish teacher Kimberly Lepper had her students use stuffed animals in her lesson about certain vocab words in Spanish class (transcript below).   Teacher Kimberly Lepper The biggest thing is nostalgia for the . . . read more

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From DNA studies to family ancestry to food day

Culture Food Day in Susan Kelly's AP Biology classes, with students providing an array of treats. Students have been studying DNA, specifically a pedigree of a trait carried through their family, and where their ancestors lived. . . . read more

Programming team fares well in first competition

The Pius X Programming team competed Friday at the University of Nebraska Omaha Computer Science Education Week competition. The Thunderbolts had two of the 43 teams competition:     Thunderbolt1 was made up of Jacob . . . read more

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Applying for scholarships (with friends)

For three days this week, waves of students are grabbing snacks, entering for a drawing, and applying for college scholarships, all thanks to an effort by guidance counselors at Pius X High School. Counselors arranged for 15 . . . read more

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Hands-on learning about Multiple Intelligences Theory

These students are learning something new by engaging in children's activities. Well, sort of. Amy Shonka's Child Development class is learning about Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences by experiencing a . . . read more

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Thunderbolts prep for their first ever robotics competition

Pius X will take part in its first ever robotics competition as part of VEX Robotics next week in Omaha. Here's Frank Egelhoff ( North American Martyrs School ) to tell us where the team stands. Team sponsor is teacher Brian . . . read more

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Multi-genre project blends layers of creativity

  Creative writing and presentation are on display with multi-genre projects in Social Literature class with teacher Julie Schonewise. "It's really all about the writing," Schonewise said. "They . . . read more

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Simulated stock market; Highly engaged learning

Students from Pius X High School competed at the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge, where a simulated stock market gave them a chance to test their skills and knowledge in an engaging environment.   Video . . . read more

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Students earn top honors at UNL Math Day

Several Pius X students earned top honors at UNL Math Day earlier this month. Eighteen students attended, and scores on the Probe 1 ranged from 33 to 77 (up from 8 to 68 two years ago), and half the team scored 50 or above (compared to . . . read more

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Simulating a chemical reaction in biology

Biology teacher Mikeala Petersen arranged an engaging, hands-on activity for students to better understand chemical reactions. Transcript You guys have now been denatured, meaning that your structure has been removed. . . . read more

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UNL lab introduces students to current research

Members of AP Biology attended a two-day lab earlier this week at the Beadle Center on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They explored current research in genetically modified pathways and created chromatograms to determine . . . read more

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Food & Nutrition students serve up tacos

Amy Shonka's Food & Nutrition classes prepared Quinoa Black Bean Tacos. In 45 minutes, they prepared it, served it, ate it, and cleaned up all the dishes! Taste test results: "It's good."    read more

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Peer review key part of Writing Resource Center

  The Writing Resource Center is an amazing peer-to-peer writing review opportunity where students review and offer feedback on other students' writings. It's organized by teacher Jennifer Sander. Transcript . . . read more

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Psych students identify their learning styles

Students in Psychology took the VARK assessment to identify their learning styles. Learning styles are intended to identify how people learn best. Students played with childhood toys intended to enhance their memory, kinesthetic skills, and . . . read more

Unlock the box with teamwork, creativity

Unlock the box with teamwork, creativity

Students in Amy Shonka's Food & Nutrition classes were asked to think critically and work as a team to uncover nutrition-related clues.   read more

Pius X wins annual 'Food Fight' challenge

Pius X wins annual 'Food Fight' challenge

Pius X High School collected the most food in the Food Fight Challenge organized by the Food Bank of Lincoln. The Pius X Student Council - sponsored by teachers Susan Kelly and Brianna Golka - collected 19,721 pounds of food from . . . read more

Cheerleaders take flight with stunts

Cheerleaders take flight with stunts

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. The Pius X cheer squad can stunt for the first time in four years. After a mis-fortunate accident in 1996 leaving a . . . read more

Pro-life club promotes life

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Amelia Chloe Barrett. Out of all the deaths in America up to date, 25.97 percent are caused by murder. Abortion makes up 25.28 percent of the deaths. . . . read more

Senior Snippets

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Adaline Rockenbach, Candy Hernandez and Rochelle Bose. Trevin Alberts, a guy who’s positive, fun, and independent. Before Pius, . . . read more

TEC #102 brings Nebraska Catholic students together to grow in faith, friendship

TEC #102 brings Nebraska Catholic students together to grow in faith, friendship

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Anthony Krick. "Amen, amen, I say to you. Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains just a grain of wheat. But if it . . . read more

On a journey to write 50,000 words this month

On a journey to write 50,000 words this month

Students, from left to right): Lee Wright, Helena Rosno , Rebecca Ringer, Annie Timmerman, Rebekah Sweeney, Mary Baumgartner.   This month, a group of Pius X High School . . . read more

Student-Athlete Recognition Ceremony

Student-Athlete Recognition Ceremony

Pius X High School honored the Class of 2018 student-athletes that have chosen to participate in collegiate athletics at a special ceremony on Wednesday. Read below to learn more about the student-athlete's future and their past honors. . . . read more

Academic Decathlon Results

Pius Academic Decathlon Coaching Staff Ann Kotopka-Head coach / Art, Language & Literature / 1987 Pius graduate Alec Hain-Administrative head and assistant coach / Social Science, Economics / 2011 Pius graduate Jean . . . read more

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Two students earn medals at state speech

National Qualifiers Sara Avila & Elizabeth Barnard – Duo Interpretation Stephanie Earhart - Humorous Interpretation – Top Novice John Tines – Humorous Interpretation Ethan Weber – Humorous . . . read more

An advanced look at mechanical design

An advanced look at mechanical design

Students in Don McKee's Advanced Mechanical Design classes completed several designing-and-building steps to create these machines. In this video, they must test a variable to see how they can improve their designs. . . . read more

Club for designing, building VEX robots preparing for first competition

Club for designing, building VEX robots preparing for first competition

Pius X Robotics are officially underway and preparing for their first competition in VEX Robotics this December. Brian Swanigan is the team sponsor and coach. "Here we are able to actually have hands-on learning and really . . . read more

Trafficking investigation, presentation shines light on social issue

An investigation into a dark and often hidden social issue led to a presentation at Pius X High School on the same topic: sex trafficking.     Mike Tobia s, a journalist for NET and . . . read more

Culture and art overlap for Spanish 4 students

Culture and art overlap for Spanish 4 students

  Papel picado is the art of paper cutting into intricate designs. The Spanish 4 students divided in groups of three and traced their chosen design on their paper. In class, the students used X-acto knives - borrowed . . . read more

Students win local JA business plan pitch competition

Students win local JA business plan pitch competition

Pius X students won a local entrepreneurship event hosted by Junior Achievement of Lincoln. Collin Bailey, Jesse Adame and Parker Dodson had a business plan for a dog watching/sitting/daycare service at your home.  Their . . . read more

Pius X football community featured by USA Football

Pius X football community featured by USA Football

A new promotional website featuring the football program at Pius X High School is live on the USA Football website . The website features videos and photos taken during Homecoming week, leading up to, during and after the . . . read more

Literature Circle: Share a book, a snack and thoughts

Literature Circle: Share a book, a snack and thoughts

Choose a book, meet weekly with classmates, share thoughts. It's Literature Circle day in English I class with teacher Jennifer Sander. Below are the novels students could possibly read. Novel Choices Expectations . . . read more

Fall Play Preview with Abigail Horner

Fall Play Preview with Abigail Horner

Abigail Horner, senior, plays a lead character – Maggie Cutler – in the Pius X Fall Play, "The Man Who Came to Dinner." She previously attended St. Peter's Catholic School.   On how she . . . read more

Jarecke reflects on journalism conference and its future

Jarecke reflects on journalism conference and its future

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Amelia Jarecke. “Now more than ever, we need young journalists.”   Washington Post editor Marty Baron said these words to . . . read more

Advice from Pius X alumni in college

How do you feel Pius X classes and teachers prepared you for your college work? Hannah Zuercher, '15 Lewis University (Romeoville, Ill.) - junior, Biology major (pre-medicine) "I came into my freshman year of college . . . read more

This team goes in depth on academic topics and friendships

This team goes in depth on academic topics and friendships

Few if any classes have this kind of competitive tilt to them.    From the summer topic reveal and resource guides, to the everyday fifth-period class overseen by Ann Kotopka , . . . read more

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Spanish teacher Bonkiewicz finds peace and joy in Consecreated Lay branch

This is a story of Karen Bonkiewicz , Pius X High School Spanish teacher, trying to clarify her calling.      In third grade, a tug in her heart toward Jesus Christ. In high school, more of the . . . read more

One act returns to make a scene

One act returns to make a scene

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Ziyal McArthur. On August 28th and 29th auditions were held for this year’s One Act play, The Gypsy Robe, and call backs for the show were held . . . read more

Making cinnamon rolls for 1,200 guests

Making cinnamon rolls for 1,200 guests

Today is national cinnamon roll day (one of them at least). Here's how we make 1,200 cinnamon rolls to pair with our chili lunch. And yes, our kitchen staff is amazing!! read more

2018 Grandparents / Founders Day Mass Photos

2018 Grandparents / Founders Day Mass Photos

Pius X High School held its annual Grandparents / Founders Day Mass on Sept. 28, celebrating 61 years since the school opened. More than 400 grandparents of Pius X students were in attendance. A reception followed. As part of the . . . read more

Coach, player honored by local tennis group

Coach, player honored by local tennis group

Nolan DeWispelare , head tennis coach at Pius X High School, has been named the High School Coach of the Year for Lincoln in 2017. The honor is given by the Lincoln Tennis Association, which honored him at a recent ceremony at . . . read more

Fall Sports Wrap-up

Fall Sports Wrap-up

Eleven student-athletes were honored at a special ceremony for those who have committed to play a sport in college. Read more. The NSAA (Nebraska School Activities Association) honors a maximum of two students per activity each of . . . read more

Mapping out possible career options with professional technology

Students who like their technology skills better than their art skills received keen insight into a professional opportunity.   In years past, s ocial s tudies teacher . . . read more

Priest Update: Where are they now?

Priest Update: Where are they now?

This story originally appeared in the student newspaper Xchange, and was written by Maddie Amea. From the moment the first bell rang and students flooded the halls for the 2017-2018 school year, it was obvious a few people were . . . read more

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Gutierrez doesn't waste opportunity, earns national scholar honor

Jonathon Gutierrez wants to take full advantage of the high- quality curriculum at Pius X High School. His dad, Juan Carlos, has told him about the lack of education he himself grew up with in Guatemala.    . . . read more

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Hands-on tasks add fuel to rocket launching assignment

  Students in AP (Advanced Placement) Physics studied many different facets of launching rockets, complete with a final launching of rockets to judge consistency. First they created the paper rockets, then practiced . . . read more

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On the move with graphs, sonars and students

  Describing an object's speed and location with words is open to interpretation. Using real data with graphs is faster and more precise.   Students in Accelerated Physics at Pius X High School . . . read more

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Catholic colleges near and far draw interest from students

When Kloee Sander gets asked, "What do you want to do after high school?", she's optimistically honest: "I want to change the world."   And how does Sander, a junior, want to do . . . read more

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Prayers pour down on Pro Life Day

Steady rain drops and occasional thunder were no match for the strong chorus of prayers on Pro Life Day at Pius X High School. About 100 students from three Catholic high schools came together to pray on Pro Life Day outside of . . . read more

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McPhillips hopes to help students add perspectives through her art classes

This is National Arts in Education Week. To celebrate we are highlighting parts of the art program at Pius X High School.     Molly McPhillips is an art teacher at Pius X High School teaching art . . . read more

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Victor first at Pius X to win Scholastic art honor

  This is National Arts in Education Week. To celebrate we are highlighting parts of the art program at Pius X High School.     Avry V ictor , junior , is the first . . . read more

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Being 'here' just right for students and their full-time chaplain

If students opt for a little less FaceTime (the app) and a little more face time with Fr. Joseph Bernardo, Pius X High School chaplain, it will be a sign the word is spreading: "He's here." Of course, . . . read more

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Rodaway wants students to discover connection between art and faith

This is National Arts in Education Week. To celebrate we are highlighting parts of the art program at Pius X High School.   Laurie Rodaway , a 1979 Pius X Alumnus, is an art teacher at Pius X. She . . . read more

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Homecoming 2017 Photo Galleries

Pep Rally The Game Royalty Marching Band . . . read more

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Homecoming 2017: Football

Homecoming 2017: Football read more

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Homecoming 2017: Pep Rally

Homecoming 2017: Pep Rally & Dance read more

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Homecoming 2017: Royalty

Photos from Homecoming 2017 read more

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Homecoming 2017: Tailgate

Homecoming 2017: Tailgate read more

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Students go step-by-step to honor 9/11 victims

  Remembering the spirit of each step, Pius X students in Strength & Conditioning classes participated in the Stadium Climb effort on the anniversary of 9/11. Teacher Bill Rice explained the importance . . . read more

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More Pius X students demonstrate growth in all areas of ACT

ACT scores for the Class of 2017 demonstrate continued academic excellence at Pius X Catholic High School.  The average ACT score for Pius X increased by three-tenths of a point over last year. This means the school's composite . . . read more

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Learning a new talent: the pottery wheel

Students in Laurie Rodaway's ceramics/sculptures class got their introduction to the pottery wheel. Key tips included keeping the piece centered, having the proper amount of moisture, and keeping a steady hand. This takes a great . . . read more

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Nine families, 10 boys, one school year: 'Pius Ten' marks new milestone

This year, the ‘Pius Ten’ started high school at Pius X High School.    They are all boys, all born into families of school staff members in the 200 2- 03 school year . Eight of . . . read more

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Now 10 years after being principal, Seib still sees benefits

In order to become a better teacher, Tom Seib had to be principal first. In fact, when asked if he's a better teacher now than he was before he was principal, he quickly and firmly responds, "Absolutely." He may . . . read more

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Making the rockets just the launching pad for physics project

Creating a paper rocket is just the initial launch of this assignment.   These rockets form the basis for follow-up analysis by students after their launch. These students are in Advanced . . . read more

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Additional classrooms set for school

  Lincoln Pius X High School is preparing to add 16 new classrooms thanks to strong community support. The school and its foundation recently received $5.5 million in donations that will enable construction of the new . . . read more

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Fear not the theater auditions; these seniors are here to help

On a random day during the first weeks of school, a freshman looked at the audition sign-up sheet . An upperclassman approached. She said, “You should definitely apply to audition. What’s your name?” . . . read more

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Teacher inspired by wife’s memory to run NYC Marathon for charity

That Karen Murphy sure was a convincing woman.   For years she convinced students to pursue their passion in music.   She convinced her husband, Mike, a fellow music teacher, that he could run . . . read more

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Student-artists capture the contours of the courtyard

A pencil, some practice and a beautiful courtyard allowed students to expand their art talents.   Students in Drawing class at Lincoln Pius X High School practiced contour drawings, focusing on realism: . . . read more

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First Day of School 2017-18

We celebrated our first day of the school year by welcoming 1,200+ students, meeting teachers, catching up with old friends, and with an all-school mass. Here are two videos from the day:     read more

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'Totality' Awesome Eclipse 2017

  Watch this unique time-lapse video of the solar eclipse as it reaches ‘totality’ stage over the front doors of our school.   read more

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Friends of Pius 2017 Photos

Friends of Pius 2017 Photos read more

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Hall of Fame 2017 Photo Gallery

Hall of Fame 2017 Photo Gallery read more

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Reunion Bash 2017 Photos

Reunion Bash 2017 Photos read more

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ThunderBOLT Fun Run 2017 Photos

Thunderbolt 2017 Fun Run read more

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2017 Fall Semester Honor Roll

Green Honor Roll Ahlijah-Prince, Asante Akins, Ashley Alesch, Caitlin Almazan, Maria Andreasen, Jonathan Antonelli, Grant Appleget, Andrew Bailey, Grant Barie, . . . read more

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Introducing the Msgr. Ivan F. Vap Industrial Arts Center

Two classrooms in the new addition will be named after the first industrial arts teacher and former superintendent at Pius X High School. The Msgr. Ivan F. Vap Industrial Arts Center will be the new hub to support . . . read more

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Theil part of documentary featuring Nebraska talent

Pius X High School senior Caroline Theil is featured in a documentary, 'Prodigies of the Prairie' created by the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. View the entire project. read more

A heart-warming letter, a special match, and a big announcement

  We at Pius X High School and Foundation are overwhelmed with the support of our Pius X Family. We recently received a letter that epitomizes the blending of faith and education. Read excerpts of the letter below or . . . read more

Pius X • 6000 A St. • Lincoln, NE 68510 • 402-488-0931 • Fax: 402-488-1061

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