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Wind Symphony I to Perform at CBDNA

Alyssa Smith, senior and Wind Symphony I member, plays cards in the library during her release period. Smith said she is looking forward to performing at CBDNA.

Tara Kandallu

February 20, 2020

This Friday, members of Wind Symphony I will perform at the College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) North Central Division Conference in Chicago for their first time ever. The event is for college bands and their directors, but during each conference, two high school bands are showcased. This yea...

Performing Arts department prepares for Holiday Spectacular

 Senior Alyssa Smith practices Holiday Spectacular music for the upcoming show. Smith said she has participated in Holiday Spectacular for a couple of years and has enjoyed it every time.

Tara Kandallu

November 20, 2019

Members of Wind Symphony I, Camerata Orchestra, and Symphony Orchestra continue to practice after school for the Holiday Spectacular performances that will take place on Dec. 4, 5, 7 and 8.   Alyssa Smith, returning Holiday Spectacular pit band performer, Wind Symphony I member and senior...

Following successful state competition March 5, DECA to prepare for ICDC in April

 Junior Mohnish Pandey signs into a mandatory ICDC meeting before school on Mar. 12. Mohnish along with other members qualified for ICDC by placing at the top of their event at the state competition.

Natalie Khamis

March 30, 2019

Students who placed in their event at the state-level competition will compete at the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando on April 27 to 30. After the last competition which took place early March, Laura Cardamon, DECA co-sponsor and business teacher, said she is pleased with the ...

Academic Super Bowl Team Adjusts Preparation Methods for Upcoming Competitions

James Ziegler, Academic Super Bowl co-sponsor and social studies teacher,  creates an agenda for the Academic Super Bowl team for its upcoming  meet at Ben Davis. According to Ziegler, the competition can take up to five hours.

Cady Armstrong

March 23, 2019

The Academic Super Bowl plans to cancelel the meeting scheduled for last week. Instead, the information the meeting would have discussed was on Canvas or sent out via e-mail. The information talked about the results of the Brebeuf Invitational. It also went over the details about the next competition ...

Academic Super Bowl Team Plans to Attend Brebeuf Invitational on Feb. 26

Cady Armstrong

February 22, 2019

On Feb. 26, the Academic Super Bowl plans to attend their first meet of the season at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School. The dress code for this meet is business casual. Members should meet in Room E225 by 3:20 p.m. on that day. According to James Ziegler, Academic Super Bowl co-sponsor and social st...

Academic Super Bowl Announces Competition Dates and Prepares for Brebeuf Invitational

Cady Armstrong

February 19, 2019

The Academic Super Bowl plans to attend the Brebeuf Invitational meet on Feb. 26, Ben Davis Invitational on March 20 and the area competition on April 16 with the location pending. If a squad qualifies for State, they will attend the State competition on May 4 at Purdue University. For the first compe...

Academic Super Bowl prepares for their upcoming competition

Cady Armstrong

January 12, 2019

The Academic Super Bowl plans to meet on Jan. 15 in Room E225 to discuss each subject team’s progress for the upcoming competition. Members should bring their subject materials, and captains should bring their team’s practice schedule. According to James Ziegler, Academic Super Bowl co-sponsor and soc...

Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Last month, Carmel Clay Schools submitted a list of priorities to the public and aimed at the Indiana General Assembly, among them was an official opposition to the proposed Indiana Senate Bill Seven. The bill, which has since become inactive, aimed to require schools to begin after the last Monday of...

Academic Super Bowl to hold captain interviews

 James Ziegler, Academic Super Bowl co-sponsor and social studies teacher, looks over two captain forms recently submitted to him. He said,

October 12, 2017

As the club’s initial meeting has passed, interviews for the five captain positions on the Academic Super Bowl team will be held this week. Those interested in these positions were required to submit an application by Oct. 6. In the process of selecting captains, James Ziegler, Academic Super Bowl c...

Q&A with Assistant Principal John Newton about everything important at the start of a new school year.

studentsection

September 18, 2012

How important is it to get involved in extracurricular activities? It’s extremely important for high school students to be involved in extracurricular activities; it just gives them an outlet from their day-to-day studies to show self-expression somewhere other than the classroom. What is the bes...