SENIOR ISSUE 2018
Take a look at the 2018 Senior Superlatives ...
Memories From Carmel
Here are some letters from younger siblings bidding their senior brothers and sisters farewell. Seniors Grace and Emily Plaskett Dear Grace, Hello love! I am so glad to be your twin and to have experienced the first 18 years of my life with you by my side. I can’t wait until when you’re on Broadway, or singing for your choir students, or following your dreams n...
A Look Back // Hidden Talents
A Day in the Life
Q&A with Prom Queen Kacey Mullens and Prom King Diego AranaGomez
How did you feel when you found out you and Diego AranaGomez had been nominated for Prom Court? Kacey Mullens: Honestly, to me it felt kind of comical, because I just never really saw myself being nominated for prom court. I kind of like laughed at the lady when she told me that (Diego and I) were nominated. Diego AranaGomez: I was just really surprised, because I honestly wasn’t expecting it. Even though th...
Q&A with Distinguished Graduate Rachael Tan
How did you find out you were the Distinguished Grad? I was handed a pink slip (during fourth period). To be honest, I was kind of scared because usually pink slips mean not good things....So I went down and sat (in the main office), and then Dr. Harmas invited me inside. We sat down, he asked me my future plans and then he was like “Oh! How would you like to know that you are the Distinguished Gr...
In high school, it can seem like everyone has their life figured out. But I can tell you at 18, I’m still not completely sure of my place in this world. Believe it or not, the world expands beyond the halls of CHS. Really. So if you ever find yourself thinking that you don’t fit in you’re not alone. High school only lasts four years, and that’s why you shouldn’t be afraid to be yourself; it's ...
No Regrets: Students should strive to have a high school experience they will look back on fondly
As I look back on my high school experience, an overwhelming number of memories floods my brain, both good and bad. Of course, I remember all the late-night cramming sessions, near mental breakdowns, getting jostled around in crowded hallways and other typical high school problems. But more than that, I remember the good things. I remember getting my first role in a CHS show. I remember attending ...