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Junior Erin Gordon studies for her AP Environmental Science class. The AP Environmental Science test will take place on May 14.

Counseling Center finalizing AP exams, schedules

Leah Tan April 21, 2021

With the end of the school year quickly approaching, counselor Kris Hartman said the counseling department is largely wrapping up its responsibilities. “In counseling we are just preparing for AP Exams...

Junior Caleb Suhy explores different college options. Suhy said he's planning on majoring in computer science, which is why he is exploring different colleges with established computer science programs.

Counseling Center finalizing schedules, graduation plans

Leah Tan March 23, 2021

After finishing scheduling conferences with students, the counseling center is now prioritizing cleaning the schedules. According to counselor Kris Hartman, this usually consists of checking class sizes...

Junior Caleb Suhy fills out the Transition to College Program application form. Suhy plans on taking five classes both semesters per his counselor's advice.

Counseling Center continues scheduling for juniors

Leah Tan February 10, 2021

The counseling center is almost done with second semester scheduling. According to counselor Kris Hartman, the counseling center is busy meeting with students to discuss their schedules. “We’ve primarily...

Counseling Center starts scheduling for juniors

Counseling Center starts scheduling for juniors

Leah Tan January 20, 2021

The counseling center is currently working on second semester scheduling. According to counselor Kris Hartman, the counseling center starts Junior Class scheduling this week. “Right now, it’s just...

Junior Caleb Suhy zoom calls his math tutor for Pre-Calculus. He states that because of the limited time of instruction with teachers, he has made it a goal to remain diligent in his work.

Counseling Center avidly scheduling for second semester

Leah Tan November 17, 2020

The counseling center is currently working on second semester scheduling. According to counselor Kris Hartman, the counseling center had just finished submitting all early college applications, allowing...

Clizia Martini, President of Active Minds and junior, talks after school to her friend, junior Ethan Stoehr after school. Both Martini and Stoehr were attending Debate Club.

Counseling Center urges students to utilize Social and Emotional Learning services

Leah Tan October 8, 2020

The Counseling Center urges students to utilize their Social and Emotional Learning services. According to counselor Kris Hartman, a greater quantity and a greater variety of students have been coming...

Caleb Suhy views the Counseling Page on the CHS website to get more familiar with the services they provide. He says he hopes to utilize the counselors more.

Counseling Center adapts services for COVID-19

Leah Tan September 16, 2020

The Counseling Center is adapting its services to COVID-19 as a result from this year. According to Director of Counseling Rachel Cole, the regulations that accompany the pandemic have posed many challenges...

Sophomore Eliana Jin looks at her phone to read the email Melinda Stephan, college and careers programming and resources coordinator, sent out about the upcoming Business Majors and Careers Fair. According to Stephan, the fair will be on Nov. 19 in the Freshman Center cafeteria from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Counseling center to hold Business Majors and Careers Fair Nov. 19

Viyang Hao November 18, 2019

On Nov. 19, the Counseling Center will host the Business Majors and Careers Fair from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Freshman Center cafeteria according to Melinda Stephan, college and careers programming and resources...

Wesley Drew, CHS social studies teacher, looks on as Roger McMichael, CCS Associate Superintendent for Business Affairs, works with members of the School Board to participate in an activity at the Sept. 12 meeting. According to Layla Spanenberg, Carmel Clay School Board President, the Sept. 12 meeting primarily focused on college and career readiness.

School Board met Sept.12 and prepares to meet Sept. 26

Katie Long September 23, 2016

  School Board met Sept.12, prepares to meet Sept. 26 The next School Board meeting, a business meeting, will be on Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Educational Services Center, according to Layla Spanenberg,...

K-8 Mentoring sponsor Robin Pletcher and mentor and senior Carly Sieber look over a document for K-8 Mentoring. The mentors have had to adjust to the missed school and are looking forward to fulfilling the requirement of four outings per nine weeks. LUCUS CHENG / PHOTO

K-8 Mentoring to make plans for missed snow days

Beats February 6, 2014

After the heavy amount of snow days, K-8 Mentoring will still maintain the requirement of four outings with the kids for every nine weeks, according to sponsor Robin Pletcher. “The mentors have been...

Although Freshman Aaron Shi said that he plans to have most of his classes in the rest of his high school career  filled with rigorous AP courses, Shi also said that he still plans on continuing classes that he enjoys, such as orchestra. Counseling department chairperson Linda Skafish said that continuing interests in areas outside of academics is a good idea.

Freshmen and sophomores to meet with counselors on Nov. 6

Beats November 2, 2012

According to counseling department chairperson Linda Skafish, freshmen and sophomores will meet with their counselors on Nov. 6. Then, at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 7, ninth– and tenth–grade parent meetings...

Many local scholarships now available to students

Beats February 26, 2012

Since the beginning of February, many local scholarships have opened up for applications, according to counseling department chairperson Linda Skafish. While students can get school-specific scholarships...

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