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

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Q&A with Hollis Glover a Car Hobbyist

Riley Laferriere July 15, 2021

As Collector Car Appreciation day approaches on July 11, rising Junior, Hollis Glover, dives into his own relationship with car shows and his car. What is your experience with cars? So, I like...

Q&A with CarmelFest Organizers Jeff Worrell and Steve Krusie

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...

Misinformation: the Deadliest Virus

Archit Kalra June 20, 2021

Regardless of political affiliation or personal beliefs, it’s universally agreed that one of the hallmarks of the past few years has been rampant discord and disunity. The cause? Misinformation. Misinformation...

In retelling paranormal experiences, students, teacher debate importance of age, persona, role models in regard to believing in paranormal activity

In retelling paranormal experiences, students, teacher debate importance of age, persona, role models in regard to believing in paranormal activity

Sam Hawkins and Kiersten Riedford May 24, 2021

Tiny shells strung on a thin thread, the ends fastened together by a metal clasp. This necklace, while seemingly brand-new, was the first and last object senior Grace Comerford, then a third grader in...

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Chenyao Liu May 20, 2021

According to Michael Klitzing, Executive Director of Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR), the CCPR Board voted to accept a donation of 63 acres of land to build a park near the southwest corner of...

Griffin Raduchel, competitive cyclist and junior, goes down a road on his road bike. Raduchel said competitive cycling has taught him to push himself further.

Q&A with Griffin Raduchel, competitive cyclist and junior

Hannah Baer May 17, 2021

When did you begin competitive cycling? “I began in 2019, although (I) only had one race that year. I really started last year and this year but the number of races is way lower than normal because of...

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Riley Laferriere May 17, 2021

Dylan Boyer Why are more people being drawn to esports, if for other reasons than your own? A lot of it is just growth. Being able to get better at a game you’re already good at, being able...

Q&A with junior Charlie Schuman  on playing, doing tricks with kendama

Q&A with junior Charlie Schuman on playing, doing tricks with kendama

Maddie Misterka May 17, 2021

Could you explain what kendama is? It’s basically a Japanese ball and stick game. There’s a “ken,” which has three cups on it, a bottom cup, and then two side cups, and then a spike. And then...

Cafeteria Worker Debbie Brown prepares a vegetable a la carte food choice. The CCS district will continue with the free meal plan for all students for the 2021-22 school year.

CCS district to continue offering free lunches for 2021-2022 year

Darshini Shankar May 16, 2021

Q&A With Food Service Manager Holly Huepenbecker-Hull How will the free meal plan continue next year? “(The free meal plan) is going to continue the same as it was this year. Since the beginning...

 Zyrah Arulogun, member of Black Student Alliance (BSA), raises her hand to ask the police officers a question at a BSA meeting on May 13. Arulogun said that while the diversity training sessions are a step in the right direction, there is still more to be done.

CCS district offers diversity training for staff, parents

Zainab Idrees May 16, 2021

This district is offering diversity training sessions for staff. These training sessions are optional and focus on different topics such as microaggressions, equity and allyship.  Due to COVID-19 concerns,...

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