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CASD students earn national Scholastic recognition

Lamberton Middle School student Ella Shatz designed and created five hand-thrown teapots. Each teapot was glazed in a different color and displayed together as one work of art.
March 24, 2020

Congratulations to the following CASD students for being recognized by the national Scholastic Art and Writing competition! Ella Shatz  (LMS, Grade 8) – Gold Medal for art Brayden Burge (WMS,...

We Remember: The lives we lost in 2016

David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Prince, John Glenn, Elie Wiesel, Arnold Palmer, Harper Lee, Harambe and Muhammad Ali.
December 20, 2016

2016 has been a year of many ups and downs: many people left us and many events occurred both good and bad. To even list all the people that were lost in 2016 would be pages upon pages: however, this is...

Preparing for college: Unblocking your writer’s block

A student is in the process of brainstorming ideas for their college essay.
October 13, 2016

You see your friends getting acceptance letters, starting to debate which school they will pick, and you - well, you haven’t even started your application, or if you did, you are stuck on the essay...

Perks of writing outside school (Editorial)

Taking the time to write at home can help you in more ways than one.
May 17, 2016

Writing outside of school may seem like a waste of time, but it could end up making your life significantly easier in the long run. It could improve your grades and widen your career options. English...

Teacher Talent: Current and former teachers publish books

Two students reading Leah Ferguson and Kristy Shinn's books
February 8, 2016

Writing a book may be one of the most difficult thing that a person can do. The hardest part of the process is simply coming up with an idea, something that's substantive and interesting enough for them...

NaNoWriMo, what? Students tackle national writing challenge

One day others could be reading the books written by the authors pictured:  Emma Lane, Merilee Miller and Harriet Rankin.
December 10, 2015

When we think of writing, we tend to think of assignments, especially for English class.  However, many CHS students actually enjoy writing for fun, including the daunting task of writing a novel. Several...

Calling Student Writers and Artists: The Bison Are All ‘Write’

Seen here is a previous year's addition of YAWP, one of two creative writing publications at CHS.
October 23, 2015

It’s that time of year again. As the weather gets colder and the leaves begin to crinkle, writing organizations at Carlisle High School begin to fall under the excitement of the new school. Pandora’s...

Academic Decathlon team performs well at regional and state competitions

The CHS Academic Decathlon team won dozens of medals at their regional competition.
March 18, 2014

For most teams, their first year is a building year—one very prone to mistakes, but filled with learning from those blunders along the way. However, Carlisle High School’s new Academic Decathlon...

Creativity unleashed: ‘Pandora’s Box’ returns with new digital format

John Morton joined Pandora's Box as a way of
March 12, 2014

Pandora’s Box has been opened once again. Carlisle High School’s literary magazine, which has been on hiatus for the past few years, recently published its first issue. Although the anthology had...

Students find success in Scholastic Art and Writing Contest

February 13, 2014

Students at Carlisle High School as well as Lamberton and Wilson Middle School have received numerous awards from the 2014 Scholastic Art and Writing Contest. The Scholastic Art and Writing Contest...

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