The name may have changed. But the tradition remains.
Every year, a new group of Xavier Students leave their creative marks on the school with their work in the long-running school literary magazine, which is now called "Sketches."
Over the years, the magazine has been called many things. But the publication remains an important sounding board for so many of our talented students.
From clever short stories to insightful poems, the magazine has been an outlet for generations of Xavier students.
As the calendar turns to spring, the school is once again honored to present the winter edition of Sketches.
There are poems called "Baseball" and "Necktie." And short stories and photography. And so much more.
These are the photos, short stories, poems and artwork of our students.
41 pages worth.
We hope you enjoy it. The students of Xavier High School have worked hard to continue a proud legacy of creativity.