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  • March 26CHS Mini-Thon Raised a total of $20,092.53! Great job to everyone who planned the Mini-Thon, as well as students who participated!

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...

CHS bests the tests: Score, participation increases in ACT and AP exams

CHS bests the tests: Score, participation increases in ACT and AP exams

Samantha Martin, News Editor

March 26, 2018


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This article was previously published in the Fall 2017 Periscope magazine. Knowing that a student’s test scores are vital to the college admissions process, Carlisle High School’s teachers and administration are devoted to helping students score highly on the exams. This devotion, along with ...

Succeed with NMSI: Grant pays students to take AP exams

Succeed with NMSI: Grant pays students to take AP exams

Becca Winton, Editor-in-Chief

March 22, 2018


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The Carlisle green and white got a little greener.     In the fall, Carlisle High School was given a three-year grant of $700,000 from the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI), which encourages students to take Advanced Placement (AP) classes by helping to cover their costs. Every student ...

Mini-THON returns to Carlisle High School

Mini-THON returns to Carlisle High School

JT Kuhn, News Writer

March 20, 2018


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Mini-THON, an event that balances a lot of activity with fundraising for the Four Diamonds Fund, is returning to Carlisle High School. Mini-THON is an event for young adults to inspire leadership and to empower young adults around the community, all while raising money for children with childhood can...

Walk the walk and talk the talk

Walk the walk and talk the talk

Samantha Martin, News Editor

March 15, 2018


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Harsh wind, below-freezing temperatures, and snow did not stop Carlisle High School students from walking out of school in support of gun control on March 14. The walkout, held exactly one month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was attended by ove...

Have you Herd? National Walkout/Commemorative Ceremony information

Have you Herd? National Walkout/Commemorative Ceremony information

Ashley Ivanoff, Perspectives Editor

March 14, 2018


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This morning at 9:54, there are some planned activities that may change the normal schedule of our school day. During third period today, Carlisle High School students and administration are each holding their own version of the National Walkout in honor of the 17 students who were killed in the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. CHS...

Registration rights: CHS students participate in Inspire U.S.

Registration rights: CHS students participate in Inspire U.S.

Claire Neiberg, News Writer

February 13, 2018


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Carlisle High School is determined to register 85 percent of seniors to vote before April 16, 2018. In order to achieve this goal, CHS has partnered with the Inspire U.S. organization.  The program, which will be run by Social Studies program chair Kevin Wagner at CHS, is made up of a series of events...

Ice, Ice, Baby: Ice Art Fest returns to Carlisle

Ice, Ice, Baby: Ice Art Fest returns to Carlisle

Samantha Martin, News Editor

February 6, 2018


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The Ice Art Fest, presented by CenturyLink, will make freezing fun once again for Carlisle residents this weekend, Feb 9-11. Robyn Dingle, the owner of the thrift store 2nd Time Around, (20 N. Hanover Street), is the chair and creator of the Ice Art Fest. Dingle, originally from Southern Pennsylv...

Living the experience: National History Day

Living the experience: National History Day

Claire Neiberg, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018


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"It's more than a day, it's an Experience” is the famed motto of the annual National History Day (NHD) competition.  It stands true because NHD is more than an academic rivalry; it is a series of events in which students gain knowledge, skill, and learn vital life lessons. Each year, the competition is centered on a ...

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