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Da-Hyun Hong | August 13, 2019

HiLite Staff | August 13, 2019

With adding various technologies like Canvas, CHS is continuing to increase its technological presence. This year, with the addition of more technology carts, CHS will introduce a two-to-one ratio of students to laptops. Next year, the district plans to have a one-to-one ratio. This transition is similar in methodology to what many other schools, such as Noblesville High School, have adopted. Schools...

Aditi Kumar | August 13, 2019

Is being privileged a disadvantage? The obvious answer may seem to be ‘No.’ However, with the College Board’s recent creation of the ‘adversity score,’ this may no longer be true. Last May, the adversity score, or (as it is officially known) the Environmental Context Dashboard, became the newest addition to the college admissions process. According to the College Board, the Dashboard allows...

Karen Zhang | August 13, 2019

Hari Patel | August 13, 2019

I've been told this at least 300 times while in high school, “Whoa, you’re really dressed up Hari.” Usually, when people say this, I am wearing khaki pants with a quarter-zip or khaki shorts with a decent- looking shirt. As far back as I can recall, I don’t think I’ve been someone who can wear sweatpants outside of the house unless it was to a park or a gym.  Clothes that are soft, loose...

It’s A Break: Summer vacation should primarily be used  for relaxing, spending time with friends, family

Marvin Fan | May 23, 2019

With all the tests and projects that I’ve been through this year, I can definitely say I’m looking forward to using the summer to just relax and spend time with family. Summer break is only a week away and students are making their vacation plans. We’ve just finished all the stressful finals and AP exams, so students should take time to relax after this exhausting month. As the longest break...