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Q&A with science teacher James Hambley on YouTube channel with over 75k subscribers

Q&A with science teacher James Hambley on YouTube channel with over 75k subscribers
November 20, 2020

Could you briefly introduce what BeardedScienceGuy is and your social media presence? BeardedScienceGuy started with some videos I made when I was teaching at the middle school on the west side of Carmel....

Students discover STEM niches they are passionate in, consider pursuing as career

October 27, 2020

With Nuclear Science Week being last week, a great opportunity to introduce people to STEM presented itself. STEM—an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics—encompasses these four...

In honor of Women’s History Month, teacher, female students share their experiences in science

In honor of Women’s History Month, teacher, female students share their experiences in science
March 20, 2020

Click on the photos below to read the full Q&A's for each person, including those that were not able to be featured in print.

New chemistry grading scale confuses students

New chemistry grading scale confuses students
December 16, 2019

Earlier last month a small group of chemistry teachers were invited to the National Science Teachers Association Conference in Boston. There this small group of teachers hope to discuss progress with a...

CHS administration to allow students to take online summer school courses through Indiana Online Academy

CHS administration to allow students to take online summer school courses through Indiana Online Academy
April 24, 2014

This summer, when students open up their laptops at home, some of them may be studying and earning credits instead of just roaming the internet. Since CHS partnered with the Indiana Online Academy in order...

Chemistry Club members to take the USNCO national exam

Patrick Tan, Chemistry Club president and senior, discusses his plans for upcoming events and demonstrations. Some of Chemistry Club’s demonstrations range from making ice cream to their newest experiment which is freeze-dried soap bubbles. JOSEPH LEE / PHOTO
April 1, 2014

According to Chemistry Club sponsor Virginia Kundrat, two CHS students are nominated to participate in the United States National Chemistry Olympiad’s (USNCO) national exam in Terre Haute on April 24....

Chemistry Club members to participate in the USNCO national exam

Senior David Liang, International Chemistry Olympiad participant, helps his fellow Chemistry Club members prepare for the regional exam. Two students from each school will be qualified to take the national exam in late April. JOSEPH LEE / PHOTO
March 6, 2014

According to Chemistry Club sponsor Virginia Kundrat, Chemistry Club students participated in the regional exam for the U.S National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) at CHS last week. Two participants will...

Chemistry Club to schedule more demonstrations

Alyssa Zhao, Chemistry Club officer and senior, leads Chemistry Club members in an experiment called “Elephant Toothpaste”. Chemistry Club members conduct the experiments to understand the scientific process behind them, so that they can easily replicate the process during demonstrations in elementary schools. JOSEPH LEE / PHOTO
February 16, 2014

According to Chemistry Club sponsor Virginia Kundrat, Chemistry Club members have been busily preparing for the United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO). However, instead of solely studying...

Chemistry Club to prepare for the United States National Chemistry Olympiad

Patrick Tan, Chemistry Club president and senior, guides students and helps them prepare for the United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) national exam. Chemistry Club still offers chemistry help for students, but is focusing mainly on the national exam. JOSEPH LEE / PHOTO
January 30, 2014

Chemistry Club members are preparing for the United States National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO). According to the American Chemical Society (ACS) website, “approximately 1,000 students sit for the...

CHS to offer new courses for 2014-15 school year

CHS to offer new courses for 2014-15 school year
December 13, 2013

Several new courses will be offered to students in the 2014-15 school year, Amy Dudley, CCS assistant superintendent for curriculum instruction and assessment, said. In addition to the AP Capstone...

Science teacher Jeremy Horner uses @chschemcrazy to communicate with teachers, update students about classes and to post interesting science tidbits

February 23, 2012

What are your Tweets generally about? That ranges. It’ll be random updates from class to science news articles. Today, I just posted something about a schedule change to what we’re doing in class....

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