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Brewing up the First Cup: behind the scenes at Coffeehouse

Brewing up the First Cup: behind the scenes at Coffeehouse

Parker Shabala, News Writer

October 15, 2018


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Behind the brewing of Coffeehouse, and the chaos of preparation, there are students and teachers making sure it is just to taste.   Since the beginning of the school year, students and staff have been preparing for the first Coffeehouse, which took place on Sept 29. Introductory meetings started the...

Homecoming heroes: CHS class councils prepare for first dance of the year

Homecoming heroes: CHS class councils prepare for first dance of the year

Zack Mattaboni, Staff Writer

October 4, 2018


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Every piece of Homecoming is meticulously and precisely planned by the Senior Class Council (SCC) and other students and staff yearly, and this year is no exception. A quarter of SCC, the Homecoming court committee, puts together the homecoming court election ballots. Senior Vasoula Petsinis, wh...

Continuing the SAGA: Sexuality and Gender Acceptance club hosts kickoff breakfast

Continuing the SAGA: Sexuality and Gender Acceptance club hosts kickoff breakfast

Summer Hollingsworth, Staff Writer

September 26, 2018


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The SAGA Club kicked off the school year with an informational breakfast for interested students. On Sept 5, CHS held its SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance) club breakfast in room S126. Organized by the co-presidents of SAGA, Ryan O’Hagan and Summer Kristofek, the breakfast also included the i...

Sticking to their schedules: School’s drop-add rate at an all-time low

Sticking to their schedules: School’s drop-add rate at an all-time low

Samantha Martin, News Editor

September 24, 2018


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The drop-add rate for courses at Carlisle High School is dropping fast. Students at Carlisle High School seem to be adjusting to their teachers and classes more quickly than years prior, as the drop rate for classes has decreased. According to both the McGowan and Swartz counseling offices, the number of students...

CHS brings the thunder to State History Day

CHS brings the thunder to State History Day

Becca Winton, Editor-in-Chief

May 29, 2018


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Despite the stormy weather, Carlisle High School sophomore Samantha Martin prevailed and won second place in the Senior Individual Website category at the state level of competition for National History Day on May 12. CHS sent 21 students to the competition which was held at CHS for the second year...

Keeping the past in mind: CHS student participates in the March of the Living

Keeping the past in mind: CHS student participates in the March of the Living

Samantha Martin, News Editor

May 29, 2018


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Update: Please note that we previously used the term "Polish concentration camp" in our featured image caption.  This should have read "German concentration camps in Nazi-occupied Poland."  Please accept our apologies for this error. For many students across the globe, history lessons about the...

A stark reality: 2018 CHS mock car crash (Photos)

A stark reality: 2018 CHS mock car crash (Photos)

Verity Stine, Student Life Editor

May 24, 2018


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Visit the link below for more pictures from the assembly: https://photos.app.goo.gl/IfUWGrwi8X84Zggr2

Preparing for prom: students to visit a “City of Stars”

Preparing for prom: students to visit a “City of Stars”

JT Kuhn, News Writer

May 11, 2018


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Prom is a time of year that juniors and seniors always wait for, and this year is no exception, as the “night under the stars” is creating a buzz around campus as the event draws near. This year’s prom, “City of Stars,” will be hosted at the LeTort View Community Center on Friday, May 11. Stu...

Students to figure out “What Comes Next?” at upcoming job fair

Students to figure out “What Comes Next?” at upcoming job fair

Samantha Martin, News Editor

April 24, 2018


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Seniors wondering “what comes next?” after high school will soon have a place to find an answer. “What Comes Next?,” the job fair hosted by CHS’ Careers and Technology Department, will take place on Wednesday, April 25, from 11:00 to 12:30pm, in the Fowler building lobby. Michele Barret...

Painting a picture of education: CHS art students take a field trip to New York City

Painting a picture of education: CHS art students take a field trip to New York City

Claire Neiberg, News Writer

March 27, 2018


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For art students, it is vital to see the art they have been studying come to life.  On April 6, Carlisle High School art students will be taking an all-day field trip to various New York City art museums. 50 students will visit the Chelsea Art Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Solomon R. Gugge...

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