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IB program to expand from eight diploma students to over 40

IB program to expand from eight diploma students to over 40

News

May 19, 2016

Next school year and the year after that, over 40 current sophomores plan to pursue the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma, compared to eight juniors currently pursuing the diploma. IB students such as Mitchell Adzema, IB diploma student and junior, attribute the sizable increase largely to efforts...

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

National History Day (NHD) club members to compete in NHD state competition

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April 21, 2016

On Saturday, 12 CHS students will compete in the National History Day (NHD) state contest at Ivy Tech Community College. Finalists from the regional competition were selected as one of the top three in their category. The categories include documentary, exhibit, paper, performance and website. Accor...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes plans to donate proceeds from annual event to junior Matt Cooper

Fellowship of Christian Athletes plans to donate proceeds from annual event to junior Matt Cooper

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March 18, 2016

Tomorrow, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) plans to host its annual Minute March Madness event, and this year all proceeds will go towards helping Matt Cooper, a junior recently diagnosed with leukemia. According to Rachel Dixon, FCA council member and senior, the club, as a Christian organizat...

New lunch options in cafeterias meant to appeal more to students’ preferences

New lunch options in cafeterias meant to appeal more to students’ preferences

News

February 19, 2016

This semester, the “Fast Track” lunch line in the main cafeteria began to serve food through the use of “top it” bars. These bars serve Mexican, Asian and Italian foods, as well as potato skins and salads, and they allow students to choose toppings they would like on their lunches. Sophomore K...

Freshmen, sophomores to take ISTEP+, sophomores to take ECA as well

Freshmen, sophomores to take ISTEP+, sophomores to take ECA as well

News

February 19, 2016

Freshman Jake Pearson sits on the back of the football team bus on the way to Homestead for the Regional Championships; however, something is on his mind. “Trust me, I love watching sports-related videos,” he said. “But right now, with the changes (to testing) that are being made, I really wish I ...

Keep Calm and Enter the ’80s

Keep Calm and Enter the '80s

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December 14, 2015

“Just keep swimming.” - Dory, “Finding Nemo” As finals week looms before us, one of the most important things for all of us to do is relax. There are times when we all need to take a breather, and there is no better way to do that than recline on one’s bed and watch a movie. So I have pr...

First-Rate Fall Feels

First-Rate Fall Feels

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November 2, 2015

“Oh captain, my captain.”   How could anyone ever forget those iconic words? The fall season is the perfect time to snuggle up in a blanket with your wistful thoughts, reminiscing upon the fading summer while taking in the crisp smells of autumn. And what better way to do that then watch...

Film Would You Rather Part 2

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October 21, 2015

"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn!" Here's part two of our three-part series of would-you-rather questions. For our previous set of would-you-rather questions, click here. 6) Would you rather give up Walt Disney or Hayao Miyazaki films for the rest of your life? Christine: I’d ...

Welcome back to Reel Talk!

Welcome back to Reel Talk!

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October 20, 2015

"It's alive! It's alive!" That's right, Reel Talk is alive and back for its third year. And in honor of our third year, we have been upgraded to three contributors! Today, we'll be introducing new Reel Talk bloggers Ellen Peng and Jessica Mo. Senior Ellen Peng is one of our News editors here on staff...

New CHS teachers illustrate discrepancy with article concerning Indiana teacher shortage

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News

September 16, 2015

Over the summer, CHS hired 37 new teachers to accommodate the record student population of 5,011 this school year.             “We had this growth and we’re fortunate; we’re very lucky that with the growth that we’ve had, we (have been) able to hire teachers. Our district has made it a ...

Economics Club plans to meet sometime in October

Michelle Foutz, Economics Club sponsor and economics teacher, sits at her desk, checking her email. She said her hopes for the club include going to New York

Beats

September 11, 2015

The call-out meeting for Economics Club will be held sometime before Oct. 15, according to Michelle Foutz, Economics Club sponsor and economics teacher. “By October 15, I’ve got to have a roster for the yearbook picture. So I know that I have to have a call-out meeting before then,...