• Carmel High School dismissed on May 26. We will continue to periodically release information throughout the summer.

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Key Club looks ahead to next school year

Sam Hawkins April 21, 2021

According to Logan Tullai, Key Club vice-president and senior, Key Club is now accepting applications for Key Club executive board members for next school year. Applications are linked on the Key Club...

Q&As with Model UN club leader, sponsor

Q&As with Model UN club leader, sponsor

Darshini Shankar April 13, 2021

Logan Tullai, Model UN club president and senior What is Model UN and what does Model UN do throughout the school year? “At Model UN competitions, you represent a country or a position and debate...

Key Club to volunteer at Carmel Marathon, plant trees, continue teacher appreciation in April

Sam Hawkins March 26, 2021

According to Key Club co-sponsor Allyson Ward, the key club in the coming month will be participating in a variety of community services, including volunteering at the Carmel Marathon, planting trees with...

Key Club to tutor, donate coats, continue other initiatives through this month

Sam Hawkins March 18, 2021

According to Logan Tullai, Key Club vice president and senior, Key Club will continue with several ongoing projects through the remainder of the month of March. Key Club is currently accepting donations...

Key Club to participate in tree-planting event on Apr. 17, continue other projects

Sam Hawkins March 2, 2021

According to Logan Tullai, Key Club vice-president and senior, Key Club will be helping plant trees in the Carmel area on Apr. 17. The event was organized by Summer Tullai, Serve Carmel President and sophomore,...

Sam Hawkins February 10, 2021

According to Key Club co-sponsor Allyson Ward, Carmel Key Club will be continuing to deliver treats to teachers as part of an ongoing appreciation project this month. “It's a great way for people to...

In 2016, freshman Ava Beckman and her father, David Beckman, collect food from the kitchen counter on Thanksgiving. Beckman said her family normally celebrates Thanksgiving with many family members, but this year, due to the coronavirus, will most likely only celebrate Thanksgiving with immediate family. Beckman said, “I would say just go ahead and make those changes to be safe. It’s better to be safe than sorry. I’d say you would rather have a smaller Thanksgiving celebration and not have anybody get sick, instead of having a big celebration and then half those people have COVID and it’s a very dangerous virus, somebody could be in the hospital, somebody could pass away.”

Students find new ways to celebrate Thanksgiving, Black Friday due to COVID-19

Tsion Daniel November 26, 2020

For senior Logan Tullai, as for many students at this school, Thanksgiving is an annual family tradition. For Tullai, Thanksgiving serves as a time of reflection. “It’s a good time to reflect on...

Key Club organizes donations, raffle

Key Club organizes donations, raffle

Sam Hawkins November 18, 2020

The Key Club of Carmel is currently working on a number of projects and initiatives, including donation drives in which non-members can participate.  According to Key Club Co-Sponsor Allyson Ward,...

Volunteers for Indiana senator Victoria Swartz's congressional campaign pose with campaign signs at Spartz's campaign headquarters.

Politicians, students advocate importance of teens in local politics

Cady Armstrong and Christian Ledbetter October 23, 2020

As the election gets closer, the bids for presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden come up in most everyday conversations. Debates between candidates have become heated as have debates between...

Logan Tullai, Stock Market Club co-president and junior, watches the stock market. Tullai said he has had a brokerage account since seventh grade.

Logan Tullai, Stock Market Club co-president and junior, gives financial advice amid COVID-19 pandemic

Grace Xu March 28, 2020

Can you give a brief overview of your experiences with finances, whether that be through stock trading, classes or otherwise? I don't have any formal class experience in school with trading or anything,...

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