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  • February 27The Junior class will be doing a fundraiser for $10 discount cards.

  • February 27CASH today will be held in M22 with Mr. Erb for Social Studies.

  • February 27Track and Field informational meeting will be held on Wed. March 1.

  • February 21Hidden Figures will be playing on March 11 for free at the Carlisle Theater at 2pm.

  • February 21Briton Scholarship is now available for applications and are due by March 6.

  • February 13The CHS Music Department presents "Cinderella" on March 2, 3, 4, 5.

  • February 13Tickets for CHS's Musical, Cinderella, are on sale after school in front of the McGowan Auditorium.

  • CHS students ‘Take a Stand’ in local History Day
    Student Life

    CHS students ‘Take a Stand’ in local History Day

    February 6, 2017

    How do farmers, "The King of Coal," the Art Impressionist Movement, the Alamo, the Stonewall Riots, Rosie the Riveter, and Ella Fitzgerald relate to each other? They were all topics that could be found at the local National History Day (NHD) Competition that was held on Saturday, February 4. Topics...

    Student exhibitors who took part in National History Day had their projects set up in the Swartz Cafeteria.

  • CHS students march on Washington

    CHS students march on Washington

    Samantha Martin, News Writer

    February 4, 2017

    When millions of marchers participated in the Women’s March on Washington and its sister marches on January 21, several Carlisle High School students and alumni stood among them. The March, which took place the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, was intended as a peaceful pro...

    Katherine Stockton-Juarez, right. and her sister Cristina hold signs at the Women's March on Washington.

    Courtesy of Katherine Stockton-Juarez

  • Athlete of the Month: Devon Chenot

    Athlete of the Month: Devon Chenot

    Meg Tate, Sports Editor

    February 4, 2017

    Junior Devon Chenot is new to Carlisle High School this year and has been making a splash in the green and white all season.  This is the first year that he has been on a “swim team” as a high school swimmer.  We caught up with him to hear about how the season has been going. Q1: How long ha...

    New to CHS, Devon Chenot has earned our Athlete of the Month title for February for his skills in the pool.

    Meg Tate

  • ‘Shape’ of the ‘Castle on the Hill’: Ed Sheeran’s newest songs (Review)
    A&E, Music, Reviews

    ‘Shape’ of the ‘Castle on the Hill’: Ed Sheeran’s newest songs (Review)

    Griffin O'Hagan, A&E Writer

    February 4, 2017

    There comes a time when the old formula of sex, drugs, and violence in music videos and albums gets a little old. Note that there is nothing wrong with creative choices that most musicians make when writing a song or directing the video.  It’s part of the creative freedom that makes music so be...

    Official Album cover of the Ed Sheeran's "Divide" coming out March 3rd. Taken from Ed Sheeran's official website:

  • Carlisle Winter Signing Day

    Carlisle Winter Signing Day

    Periscope staff

    February 2, 2017

      Congratulations to these seniors for signing with their future colleges! Name University or College Sport Nathaniel Barnes II West Chester Golden Rams Football George Faller III Guilford College Quakers Men’s Lacrosse Alex Henry Lycoming College Warriors Men’s Soccer El...

    Congratulations to these seniors on their college signing day! From top left clockwise, Alex Henry, Nate Barnes, George Faller III, Ellie Tate, and Elizabeth Young.

    Kate Muir


Selecting courses for a brighter future

Selecting courses for a brighter future

Olivia Boyd, News Editor

Once again another year has come and almost gone, and once again the students at CHS must select their courses for the coming school year to ensure they are prepared for th...

January 25No Comments

  • Despite challenges, Adopt-a-Family brings a smile to families January 5
  • Winter Week put on ice January 5
  • We Remember: The lives we lost in 2016 December 20

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Music ‘Beyond Control’: King’s Kaleidoscope offers big band sound with personal tone (Review)

Music ‘Beyond Control’: King’s Kaleidoscope offers big band sound with personal tone (Review)

Andrew Bowlus, Guest Writer

King’s Kaleidoscope’s latest album, Beyond Control, is a heartfelt, cleanly-produced departure from their previous lyrical content. The album’s epic yet intensely personal...

February 22No Comments

  • A new brew in town: Denim Coffee (Review) February 10
  • “La La Land” performs its way into audience’s hearts (Review) February 1
  • Cost, convenience, and quality: why viewers are cutting cable (Editorial) January 27

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What makes a good student section? (editorial)

What makes a good student section? (editorial)

Bella Byus, Sports Writer

Over the years, it’s become a regular notion to encourage our CHS student athletes through the well-known student section, the Carlisle Crazies. But what makes the Crazies...

January 27No Comments

  • Winter cheerleading cheers into the new season January 9
  • January Athlete of the Month: Logan Huff January 6
  • Athlete of the Month: Joe Mastrangelo December 12

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Student Life

Jazmin Galicia

Jazmin Galicia

Brooklyn Norrell, Student Life Editor

Name: Jazmin Galicia Grade: 11 Category: Ceramics & Glass Title: Florero Who/what inspired you to submit to the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition? ...

February 15No Comments

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