• Carmel High School dismissed on May 26. We will continue to periodically release information throughout the summer.



Ally Horwitz | June 27, 2021

How was the decision made to have a CarmelFest this summer? We based it on a lot of things. Number one, the fact that it's in July. The fact that our numbers in Hamilton County are falling. The fact that there are increased vaccinations. So (we used) those medical metrics, but then also (we were) trying to create a sense of normalcy for our citizens, as best we can. We believe residents want...

Daniel Tian | May 20, 2021

Students enrolled in Wellness classes continue their respective units. As we approach the end of the school year, students move to their last unit of the year. Kim TenBrink, physical education department chairperson, said via email, “In health classes, students are starting their drug and alcohol unit. Then, they'll be learning about CPR. The American Heart Association has updated its curriculum,...

Josie Cruzan | May 12, 2021

CMYC will host the Paws and Pages event on June 27 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the City Hall Gazebo.

Math Club to meet Tuesday after school in Room H207

Kiersten Riedford | April 30, 2021

Math Club members will meet after school Tuesday in Room H207 to overview the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO) and United States of America Junior Mathematical Olympiad (USAJMO) results from earlier this month. Jack Liu, co-president of the Math Club and junior, said the competition went well for the Math Club, but overall participation in the club started to limit because only...

Emily Carlisle | April 30, 2021

As the end of this school year draws near, the choir program still has a lot to accomplish before May 26. Ashley Elmore, member of New Edition and senior, said that one main focus is the live spring concert. Elmore said, “For the first time this year, we get to perform in front of an audience which is super cool. Because of this, the concert is split up into two nights with five groups each night...

Media center to have testing, classes, leading to less availability

Riley Laferriere | April 29, 2021

The Media Center will host AP and IB testing along with health classes in their pods from April 23 until May 17 according to Terri Ramos, media center and communications department chairperson. When talking about the availability of the media center, Ramos said the center does not plan to close, but will be more full than usual. She also said it may be an issue for students who chose to eat in the...