News from Pius X High School
Spanish IV students had a bazar day in their classroom, trading and bartering for goods using the Spanish language.
Ten student-athletes from Pius X High School were recognized for having committed and signed to play a sport in college.
Mock interviews allow students to practice key skills
Mike Donahue is the director and founder of Value Up, a nonprofit organization “dedicated to reaching out and enriching the lives of young people,” according to its website.
Pius X Student Council was named the winner of the large school division of the school food drive challenge of the Lincoln Food Bank.
In order to design a new room or building, Kevin Clark wants to know the people who will live and work in the space: How do they work, what do they need, what prevents them from completing a task.
Choir students earn spots at NMEA music festival
Pius X High School Scrimmage Highest Scorer from
iPad app used as assessment tool in Spanish
Fifteen students from Susan Kelly’s Psychology class attended a Psychology Fair at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
The Pius X math team brought home a team trophy at a recent Problem Solving Contest at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Marching band earns third Superior in three tries
Pius X High School students continued their strong history of high ACT scores.
Andrew Morrow is a 1999 graduate of Pius X High School, and is now a college professor in Spain.
Red Sox baseball scout leads Petersen ’78 to
Melissa Ohden’s story isn’t just about one life. It involves her mother, grandmother, nurses, kids, strangers, estranged family, her abortionist. And the delivery of God’s grace and love.
Today was Apply2College Day where Pius X High School dedicates the library, computers and iPads, counselors and even college admissions staff to help our students through the online college application process.
Senior Hayden Higgins shares part of story of school, his future, his faith and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Students in Don McKee’s Machine Woodworking class had two big moments this week: They received a donation of Stanley Black & Decker tools, and had the first student use the new-to-Pius X miter saw.
Unboxing the first shipment of books that just arrived in our school library. We open the boxes to see what’s going to be on the shelves for students.
Chemistry students conducted a lab to separate sand from salt using a multi-step process. Junior Greta Rosno breaks down the steps.
‘Awareness Night’ at softball game promotes health Pius
Students in Advanced Chemistry built an electrolytic cell to split water into its gases as part of its electrolysis lab project in class.
A beautiful morning for marching band practice and photos! The band will be performing at the Apple Jack Festival this Saturday in Nebraska City.
Academic Decathlon (aka AcaDeca) classes toured Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery as part of their year long study of the 1960s.
‘We have a lot of things in common’
Being Creative is key in all areas of life. Since Sept. 9-16 is National Arts in Education Week, art students offered their tips on being creative, based on how they find inspiration themselves.
The band, the competitions, the dance team and a whole lot of Thunderbolt Spirit!
Matchbook rockets fuel learning in advanced chemistry Students
From Food to Burn to Calories: AP Bio
Moser adds to his ‘professional development’ with Nebraska
Corinne Simpson ’13 has traveled parts of the country through her love of her sports and her profession in college and pro sports media.
Bolts add to sportsmanship conversations at new HAC
For about four weeks during the summer – before the fall cross country season starts – these runners are taking the training into their hands.
The Pius X cheerleaders attended UCA cheer camp at UNL July 5th-8th. There they learned cheers, sidelines, and dances to use during the upcoming year.
Student-athletes and coaches of Pius X wrestling attended a summer camp at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.
Girls State, Boys State events have impact on
Claire Sobansky and Miles Springer, both sophomores at Pius X High School, showcased their budding entrepreneurial skills this summer at UNL.
Pius X alum Carly Ann Moore will star as Elle Woods in this year’s Pinewood Bowl, Inc. production of ‘Legally Blonde.’
Senior accepts fellowship with Students for Life Hannah
Sander honored for work in academics, athletics, community
Photo Gallery: May Crowning and Procession The traditional
D-Mo encourages ‘heart over hype’ in pep talk
Fallen veterans display at Pius X: Remembering the
Six students from Pius X High School have been chosen for this summer’s Boys’ State and Girls’ State, respectively: Henry Blankenau and Samuel Rice, and Kloee Sander, Josie Medill, Caroline Schieuer and Kendall Scott
Here are the top three finishers at last night’s Machine Contest (Rube Goldberg), as well as other highlights.
The PXNS crew broadcasts live from New Student
More Pius X students demonstrate growth in all
This year, the ‘Pius Ten’ started high school
We celebrated our first day of the school
Pius X is considering starting a new VEX Robotics
Watch this unique time-lapse video of the solar
We held a special mass for our new
Guidance counselors are superhero sidekicks when it comes to helping students succeed in school.