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Proud to be… American? Recent surveys show some Americans see language as a key part of our culture. What do CHS students and staff think?

STUDENTS UNITED:
Gordon Copee, AP U.S. History teacher, runs through a powerpoint presentation during his B3 class. They were discussing the events that unfolded throughout the course of World War II.

Alina Yu, Feature Reporter

March 17, 2017

After moving halfway across the world from China to the United States in the summer before her sophomore year, Qitao “Rachel” Du, former English as a New Language (ENL) student and junior, took a test in the counseling center that measured her ability in the English language. “They tested me ...

More international students are studying in United States for diploma

More international students are studying in United States for diploma

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September 16, 2015

As senior Fangyi Deng comes home to a compact household with his aunt, uncle, cousin, grandparents and mother, he makes an alleviated shift from speaking English to speaking Cantonese, a southern dialect of Chinese. In September of 2011, Deng moved from Guangzhou, China to Carmel with his mother whil...