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Jazz band members perform for Jazz a La Mode for their last performance

April 17, 2024

Coming up on April 19th and 20th, an event called Jazz a la Mode will take place in the Freshmen cafeteria. Starting back in the late 1980s pizza was served with jazz music. Five jazz bands will be performing...

Principal Tim Phares stands at his desk in the administration office on March 19. Phares said seniors should begin preparing for senior and graduation events in April and May.

Administration outlines steps for seniors, graduation details

Grace Guo April 6, 2024

The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2024 will be held on May 23 in the Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The address is 1202 E. 38th Street. Principal Tim Phares will be holding...

Theater student and teacher discuss visions for directing solo-project “Three Men in a Boat” play

Ivy Zhen April 5, 2024

Senior and Repertory Theater member Allison Miller student-directs personal project “Three Men in a Boat” to show on April 12. The senior solo projects are coming up, and Miller said she wanted to...

Science department will phase out AP Chemistry placement test

March 31, 2024

In past years, the science department has offered an option for freshmen to take a placement test that allows them to skip regular or Honors Chemistry and proceed directly to AP Chemistry. However, starting...

GKOM council member Zack Sears views the presentation for the upcoming meeting. According to Sears, different members of the GKOM council are assigned topics to create presentations over.

GKOM continues planning for next year, prepare for final meeting with freshmen

Keira Kress March 28, 2024

GKOM members are currently in the process of selecting members for the next school year, and planning their final meeting of the semester. According to club sponsor Ryan Ringenberg, GKOM members have been...

 Joseph Broman, Mu Alpha Theta sponsor, grades tests for his honors precalculus/trigonometry class. Broman said, “I’m retiring from the Math Club next year and I’m just going to do Mu Alpha Theta so I can focus on that one and we can do more [speaker series] first semester.”

Mu Alpha Theta continues to host speaker series

Salima Sher March 27, 2024

Mu Alpha Theta will be hosting Dr. Julia Arciero, an interdisciplinary researcher at IUPUI, on March 27 from 4:05-5 p.m. in Room A315. According to Joseph Broman, Mu Alpha Theta sponsor and math teacher,...

CHS Computer Science Honors Society opens application for the 2024-2025 school year

Salima Sher March 26, 2024

Applications for CHS Computer Science Honors Society (CSHS) are open via a Google form linked on their Instagram page. CSHS is open to juniors and seniors who have taken one of the following classes: AP...

Berit Van Beynen, North Central Indiana Sand Volleyball Club club volleyball player and junior, competes in the Nike Mideast Qualifiers tournament on March 17. Van Beynen said, in the past, players have ignored rule changes like the double-touch rule, and that she thinks that will happen to this new rule as well. “There was another rule where they tried to make doubling with setting legal, but it sort of turned into, ‘Who cares this isnt how volleyball is supposed to be played,’ and it was boycotted, which I believe is going to happen with this rule too. (Submitted Photo: Berit Van Beynen)

Volleyball players discuss the new NCAA double touch rule

Kate Loper March 26, 2024

On Feb. 20, the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Rules Committee released a new and impactful rule for women's collegiate volleyball. This rule, known as the doubling rule, has changed how the game is played....

DECA members pose at the DECA state competition on March 5, 2024. DECA sponsor Jacob Goodman said, (We) want to say how proud we are of all competitors this year.

DECA to prepare for international competition, reflect on state competition

Helena Wang March 25, 2024

From April 27 to 30, DECA’s international competition (ICDC) will take place in Anaheim, Calif. At the state competition from March 3 to 5, a total of 79 CHS DECA members qualified for the international...

Junior Noah Khan (right), attempts to finish his homework before the game night. “I am trying so hard to get everything done as fast as possible, so I can just hang out with my friends and game with them later,” he said.

CCPL to host Nintendo Switch game night on March 25

March 24, 2024

Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) will host a game night for Nintendo Switch gamers in the Teens Program Room at the main branch. This event will occur on March 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. Karen Steinberger,...

Senior Karishma Sankar (left) and junior Ashley Paul (right) plan for the TEDxCHS conference on March 18. Sponsor of TEDx Grant Benefiel said, “We give the speakers the opportunity to share their interpretation of the theme.

TEDxCarmelHighSchool to host speaker conference March 23 at Carmel Clay Public Library

Salima Sher March 22, 2024

This year’s TEDx conference will be hosted in the Carmel Clay Public Library’s community room on March 23, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Some of the speakers include IU’s Dr. Demetra Andrews, senior Katie...

Junior Ayaan Nadeem (right), Quill & Scroll vice president, plans for upcoming posts and reviews. “We have a lot of cool events coming up, like Taylor Swift’s album, and we just had Sarah J. Maas release her new book, so we have been getting a lot of content out recently,” Nadeem said.

CCPL to co-host journalistic workshop with CHS Quill & Scroll

Pahal Sehgal March 22, 2024

Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) will co-host a journalistic writing workshop for teens with the CHS club Quill & Scroll, which specializes in publishing reviews on recent literary publications. This...

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