The Carmel Christkindlmarkt will open to the general public on Nov. 20 after being canceled last year due to SARS-COV-2 safety concerns. Maria Murphy, market master and CEO of the Carmel Christkindlmarkt  said, “We really are excited to have our guests back and hope everyone comes and could enjoy the holiday season together.”

Carmel Christkindlmarkt to change after two-year hiatus, student, teacher express involvement in maintaining cultural accuracy

Raghav Sriram and Aniket Biswal November 12, 2021

The Christkindlmarkt is a longstanding tradition of Germanic culture that celebrates the holiday season with antique shops, food stalls, and gift stores. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation...

German Club members miss out due to Christkindlmarkt cancellation

German Club members miss out due to Christkindlmarkt cancellation

Michelle Wan December 23, 2020

When it comes to the holiday season, the noises of skates on the ice rink and the smell of bratwurst, Gluhewien, and the sweetness of gingerbread begin to fuse into the air of the city of Carmel.  Christkindlmarkt...

Christkindlmarkt 2019 Season Guide: Things to Do

Christkindlmarkt 2019 Season Guide: Things to Do

Leah Tan and Victoria Nopporn November 19, 2019

The Carmel Christkindlmarkt reflects the Christmas market tradition in Saxony, Germany during the middle ages.  You can buy German or handcrafted holiday gifts and ornaments, eat delicious holiday food,...

German exchange students to arrive at CHS late October

Sowmya Chundi October 20, 2018

In late October and early November, the German exchange group from Frankfurt, Germany will come to Carmel to live with 16 CHS families for 3 weeks, as part of the German American Paired Partnership (GAPP)....

Merry Christkindlmarkt: Carmel continues German Christmas tradition as it opens its first Christkindlmarkt

Merry Christkindlmarkt: Carmel continues German Christmas tradition as it opens its first Christkindlmarkt

Karen Zhang November 17, 2017

Starting tomorrow, the smell of gingerbread, sweet roasted almonds, bratwurst and Glühwein will mix with the crisp cold air and winter in Carmel will never be the same. According to Maria Murphy, CEO...

Media department chairperson Theresa Ramos holds up an old electronic to be used in the new makerspace. According to Ramos, this makerspace, created with  donated electronics, video games, and a grant the media center has received, will be a place for students to learn and express their creativity.

New textbooks for AP U.S. History, world language courses include improved features

News August 11, 2015

With the beginning of the new school year, the world language and social studies departments will be using new textbooks in most classes. According to Andrea Yocum, world language department chairperson...

World language teachers say being bicultural broadens perspectives

acumen February 15, 2013

Besides teaching world languages at this school, German teacher Angelika Becker and Spanish teacher Norma Schehl have something else in common: They both grew up speaking a language other than English...

Exchange students to meet in December

Beats November 29, 2012

Exchange students are scheduled to have their third club meeting in the end of December to discuss students’ problems and their success in becoming a part of American culture. They will also share their...

German Club postpones Amazing Race to April

Beats April 12, 2012

German Club will not be having its March event this year. There is no set date for when the next event will happen, but it will be in April and announced as the executive board decides on a date. Because...

German students look forward to language competition Feb. 25

Beats February 24, 2012

German students are looking forward to a language competition held at Ball State Univeristy all day on February 25. “It’s a big competition. There’s usually over 500 people there. You do workshops...

World language students prepare to celebrate Mardi Gras

Beats February 17, 2012

The French and German students prepare to celebrate Mardi Gras the Thursday before it begins, and they also plan to celebrate Rose Monday. “The German Mardi Gras is called Karneval. It began when...

German Club to dine at the Rathskeller restaurant Jan. 26

Beats January 24, 2012

The German Club will dine at the Rathskeller restaurant in downtown Indianapolis on Jan. 26 from after school until 7 p.m. Those who want to attend will  have a bus available to take to the restaurant,...

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