Student Publications


The Curley Chronicle is the school newspaper.  But journalism is changing and the way news is reported and received is changing.  To keep up with the times, the Chronicle will be both an ONLINE  and PRINTED newspaper where news stories, feature articles, reviews, surveys, art work, editorials and interviews, created by the students, are published.  In addition, news stories, which have a more immediate interest, will be reported on the news pages of the website.  Students may serve as editors, reporters, writers, artists, photographers and layout designers.

The Chronicle staff will meet on Tuesdays at 2:45 PM in the Conference Center.

Click HERE to read the Graduation Edition of the Curley Chronicle May 26, 2017 (Volume 56 Number 11)

Click HERE to read the latest Edition of the Curley Chronicle May 18, 2017 (Volume 56 Number 10)

Click HERE to read the latest Edition of the Curley Chronicle April 11, 2017 (Volume 56 Number 9)

Click HERE to read the latest Edition of the Curley Chronicle February 28, 2017 (Volume 56 Number 8)

Click HERE to read the latest Edition of the Curley Chronicle January 31, 2017 (Volume 56 Number 7)

Click HERE to read the Christmas Edition of the Curley Chronicle December 21, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 6)

Click HERE to read the fifth Edition of the Curley Chronicle November 21, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 5)

Click HERE to read the Open House Edition of the Curley Chronicle October 20, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 4)

Click HERE to read the Homecoming Edition of the Curley Chronicle October 10, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 3)

Click HERE to read the second edition of the Curley Chronicle September 30, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 2)

Click HERE to read this year's first edition of the Curley Chronicle August 31, 2016 (Volume 56 Number 1).




Visions is a literary/fine arts periodical that is published each spring by Curley students.




The CORD, Curley's yearbook, consists of a 144-page hardback copy, delivered in May, and a 28-page spring supplement, delivered in September. The CORD staff works daily after school to produce a book of memories for the entire school community to enjoy. Meetings are held twice during the summer to make plans, and the staff works both before and after school five days a week throughout the school year.




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