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Solomon Williams, varsity football player and senior, celebrates a touchdown. Williams said he is often stereotyped as less intelligent because he plays football, but he does not let it affect his academic performance.

Athletes, assistant athletics director address stereotypes in sports, effect of Scholar Athlete program

Riley Laferriere April 22, 2022

During the football season, senior Solomon Williams was on the field throwing passes to friends or making plays under the Friday night lights. However, Williams, who plans to attend Princeton University...

Keep on Keepin On: Students should direct focus towards personal goals, not outperforming peers

Keep on Keepin’ On: Students should direct focus towards personal goals, not outperforming peers

Jessica Konrad October 25, 2018

The crimson letter proudly declared itself at the top of the page: A-. I looked beneath my score and smiled when I saw the scratch-and-sniff sticker featuring a smiling snail and the words “Nice Work!”...

Senior Jacob Jake Hughes uses the new app designed for creating work shift schedules. According to Hughes, there are only four lifeguards who work with him, and he knows they would rather work more shifts in order to work more hours.

Unplugged Academics

Armaan Goel October 22, 2018
“I’d have to either do (the in-class work) at home, which would put more homework on me, or I’d have to ask my friends if I could use their devices, or just (use) the teacher’s computer sometimes.”
Rising Above and Beyond. Students should focus more on self-evaluation, not comparison with others.

Rising Above and Beyond. Students should focus more on self-evaluation, not comparison with others.

perspectives February 22, 2013

In many high schools around the nation, students often like to compare themselves to others. CHS is one such school. in the hallways and classrooms of CHS, students constantly compare themselves to others....

Academic Superbowl to meet after Labor Day

Beats September 4, 2010

The callout meeting for Academic Superbowl is still undecided, although Matt Dillon, club sponsor and social studies teacher, said the club will meet sometime after Labor Day. This year, Academic Superbowl...

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