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  • May 3The CTE Awards will be distributed on May 9 in the Swartz Aud.

  • 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!

Get to know your 2017-18 Oracle (Contest)

Get to know your 2017-18 Oracle (Contest)

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under Contests, Showcase, Student Life

Answer the questions below. Two lucky winners will receive a $5 gift card to Leo's. Winners will be picked randomly from entries with the most correct answers on Monday May 21. Enter today! Loading......

Feeling SAD: Seasonal affective disorder impacts students

Feeling SAD: Seasonal affective disorder impacts students

Kathleen O'Neill, Student Life Writer

April 24, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Students’ moods often reflect the weather.  When the weather looks up, even for a day, the students get excited. On Friday, it was nearly eighty degrees and sunny. Earlier in the week, it was snowing. Welcome to central Pennsylvania. “[The warm weather] makes me feel pretty good," said freshman ...

Joining the Herd: advice for incoming freshmen (Video)

Joining the Herd: advice for incoming freshmen (Video)

Skylar Bowers and Verity Stine

April 23, 2018


Filed under Media, Student Life, Videos

At CHS, we know that freshman year can be a little daunting. Check out this video for some helpful advice.

Starting early: opportunities for students to job shadow

Starting early: opportunities for students to job shadow

Abigail Lindsay, Student Life Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Sometimes it just takes one day to improve your success in the future. Job shadowing is the practice of observing someone in a profession that you may want to pursue, in order to further understand how the job works. While Carlisle High School does not formally have job shadowing opportunities...

Across the spectrum: understanding autism in high school students

Across the spectrum: understanding autism in high school students

Samantha Martin, News Editor

April 9, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Although autism is extremely common among American youth, it often seems as if it is forgotten and misunderstood by the those who do not have autism, or are not related to someone with autism.   According to the Autism Society of America, nearly 1 in 68 children in the United States have some sor...

The real “Mr. FBI man”: trendy joke or threat to privacy?

The real “Mr. FBI man”: trendy joke or threat to privacy?

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  As modern technology advances, the meme culture expands. Each month a new meme appears to express a new funny topic or even a serious national debate. As the month of February came to an end, a new meme appeared - Mr. FBI man. Twitter user @Awab recently created a tweet that went viral: &nb...

Doors shut to bring safety to CHS

Doors shut to bring safety to CHS

Abigail Lindsay, Student Life Writer

March 28, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

    Goodbye clear blue skies and hello crowded hallways. Carlisle High School said goodbye to the open campus policy.  While at first, students may not have been so welcoming to the closed campus policy, they have learned to adapt. They are beginning to understand why the decision was made.    The open campus...

Voices louder than gunfire: March For Our Lives 2018

Voices louder than gunfire: March For Our Lives 2018

Abigail Lindsay, Student Life Writer

March 27, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

“Good afternoon to the leaders, skeptics, and cynics who told us to sit down and stay silent, wait your turn. Welcome to the revolution.” This was the opening line of Cameron Kasky’s speech at the March for Our Lives.  Kasky is not only a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student but a leade...

“Dye”ing to be different

“Dye”ing to be different

Skylar Bowers, Abigail Lindsay, and Kathleen O'Neill

March 19, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The body is a canvas waiting to be filled. Many students choose to do so in different ways to express their individuality. Tattoos are a way that students can express themselves in school and in life. It is a permanent way to put your message in the world, commemorate a meaningful moment, or connect...

A weighty decision: Which gym is best?

A weighty decision: Which gym is best?

Skylar Bowers, Student Life Writer

February 21, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

In today’s society, staying fit and in shape is one of the popular trends that young adults and teens like to partake in. While many participate while physical activities like sports or group games to receive their daily dose of exercise, others obtain their dose from the public gym. But all gyms...

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