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The student news site of Carlisle High School


The student news site of Carlisle High School


Construction workers are laying down asphalt for the new tennis courts.

Caution, Construction Zone: The Plan for the Tennis Courts and Beyond

Mason Neal, Staff Writer December 1, 2023

As students and buses are pulling up to the school, construction workers and their machinery are pulling up to the tennis courts. Construction began on Oct 2, and the crew is hopeful to finish before the...

The marching band stands along the bleachers for a team photo.

From The Ground To The Clouds: Carlisle’s Successful 2023 Marching Band Season

Lyric Koch, Perspectives editor November 15, 2023

Carlisle High School’s marching band lived through a fairytale while performing their show “From The Skies.” The members and staff put in countless hours of work to perfect their performances.  “From...

THE SHOW OF THE ALTERS: An alter at the town square of Angamacutiro, Michoacan.

Día de los Muertos: The Family Reunion of a Lifetime

Daleshka Leon Raya, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

The leaves are falling, there's a crisp in the air, and the days are shorter. All this points to fall being here. Furthermore, Halloween is behind, and Thanksgiving is approaching quickly. Most are looking...

In this graphic, members of WGA are leaving the picket line while others, such as SAG-AFTRA continue picketing, under the article title.

The Writer’s Strike: What has been done and what is still left to do

Laura Sands, Staff Writer November 2, 2023

May 2, 2023, marked the start of one of the biggest and most influential strikes in history. Members and supporters of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) walked out in protest of a multitude of issues...

Mr. Sollman poses in front of a window on the walking bridge connecting Swartz and Fowler

What is a School Board, Anyway? Mr. Sollman Gives Insight on School Board Elections

Noah Guillaume, Staff Writer October 20, 2023

Noah Guillaume: What is the school board and why should students care about school board elections? Mr. Sollman: The school board is the legal entity created by the state of Pennsylvania to govern public...

A new era dawns for Carlisle Area School District as the board will hear proposals for a reorganization of K-8 schools at their meeting on October 12th, 2023.

The Feeling of One Carlisle: Carlisle School District to Change Schooling Configuration

Jillian Grimes, News Editor October 12, 2023

During the May 11, 2023 board meeting, Carlisle Superintendent Dr. Colleen Friend introduced 11 different total plans that show how a new school system structure and grade layout could look. The district...

Presidential Primary candidates listed on mock-up ballots.

A Complete Rundown of the 2024 Presidential Primaries

Noah Guillaume, Staff Writer October 7, 2023

The 2024 Presidential Election is shaping up to be a very contentious election, but before the situation heats up, primaries will determine who the candidates will be for the mainstream political parties....

DISCO INFERNO: CHS Stuco will be selling Homecoming tickets for $15 each at every lunch until the day before the dance, October 6th.

Get Psyched to Get Down: 2023’s Homecoming is Here

Jillian Grimes, News Editor October 2, 2023

While everyone is getting back into the groove of the school year, CHS is kicking it off with a gig, the 2023-24 Homecoming. The dance will be held on Saturday October 7, similar to other years will...

Ms. Clayville poses with her book, Delilah and the Cracked Cauldron.

Ms. Clayville, CHS English Teacher, Publishes First Middle-Grade Novel

Ollie Daniels , Staff Writer June 5, 2023

Ms. Clayville, who is typically known for bringing magic to her English and Creative Writing classes at Carlisle High School, has transferred that magic to the page in her new novel, Delilah and the Cracked...

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