Poetic expressions: NEHS to host Poetry Week

During Poetry Week, students are encouraged to wear their favorite poems on their clothing.  Wearable Poetry will be on Wednesday April 17 this year.

Summer Hollingsworth, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Poetry can be a great medium to express feelings and emotions, and the word poetic is often used to describe something mystical and beautiful. At CHS, students and staff are focused on maintaining an environment of new ideas and continuous learning. As part of that mission, CHS celebrates National Poetry ...

Sequential success?: Reddit’s 2019 April Fool’s Day event

Each year Reddit holds an April Fool's Day event to gather more attention to their website.  The 2019 event was filled with many gifs.

Zack Mattaboni, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Moments on the internet that pull large groups of people together toward one goal are quite rare, thus making Reddit April Fool’s events quite unique.   Reddit is a social media platform that has a large number of users, and every year they host an event on April Fool’s Day. These events on R...

Behind the scenes: Students prepare for Shakespeare spring production (Video)

Each Shakespeare production includes a great deal of planning and work behind the scenes.  Check out our video for more glimpses into the action behind the scenes.

Claire Neiberg

April 9, 2018

Merry Wives of Windsor Swartz Auditorium April 19-21 7:30 pm Free, donations accepted     [analytics-counter]

Indoor Percussion goes “Radioactive”

Members of indoor percussion pose with their toxic waste props in the Wilson Middle School cafeteria, where they practice.

Chaela Williams, A&E Editor

March 27, 2017

Carlisle Indoor Percussion’s 2017 show “Toxic City” tells a story of a clean-up crew who are assigned to purify the toxic waste but unfortunately they inhale the dangerous toxins and get high off it. “I think the show is very intense,” senior Joe Brown said. “It’s actually pretty de...

Shakespeare characters come alive: students to perform in the Sonnet-Monologue competition

Shakespeare Troupe and Page to Stage instructor Sue Biondo-Hench gives students advice on preparing for the Sonnet/Monologue competition, to be held on Tues Jan 24 at 6pm.

Daija Berry, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017

Even after 400 years, the characters of William Shakespeare are still relatable. “The characters are still relevant to us today, for no matter what qualities they have, there is always something about them that reminds us of ourselves,” said Shakespeare Troupe adviser Sue Biondo-Hench.  “There...

Poetry Out Loud 2017 (Photos)

Ava Wendelken recites

Samanthan Martin, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017

The local annual poetry recitation contest, Poetry Out Loud, was held on Wednesday, January 18, at 7pm.  This year's winner, sophomore Ava Wendelken, will move on to the regional competition later this winter. Sophomores Brady Chisholm and Bri Murray finished second and third, respectively. Click on...

Cinderella’s lost slipper finds its way to CHS

Senior Ellen Diehl and Junior Ozzy Smith laugh as they practice their royal dance for the CHS production of

Chaela Williams, A&E Editor

January 6, 2017

The classic and well-known fairy-tale, Cinderella, will be CHS's spring musical this year. This year’s production of Cinderella is based off the 2013 Broadway production, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. The plot follows the original story with a few changes: Cinderella’s real name is Ella...

AHEC Oktoberfest: the Celebration of Culture

Oktoberfest 2016 hosted by the Army Heritage and Education Center (AHEC)

Meg Tate, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

For the past eight years the Carlisle Barracks have hosted an Oktoberfest event free for the public.  The Carlisle Oktoberfest occurred this past weekend from Thursday October 6 through Monday October 9.  This event in Carlisle is based off of the long term traditional event in Munich, Germany. Oktoberfest...

Coffeehouse allows students to express themselves

Junior Declan Waters and freshman Lauren Klepp performed at this year's First Cup coffeehouse.

Janae Ely, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

The Coffeehouse: First Cup held on Sept 26 was organized by English teacher Sue Biondo-Hench and technical adviser Greyson Rech at Carlisle High School. Singers were able to show their voices. People attended the coffeehouse to hear the singers perform covers and original material  sing and listen to...

CHS’s Mock Crash puts a spin on safe driving education

Bad decisions can lead to unexpected consequences.

Hannah Westbrook, Media Manager

May 20, 2016

On May 12, Carlisle High School put on a mock crash to faculty and students to show the consequences of reckless driving and poor choices.  

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