The Upper(Class) Hand: CHS students evaluate the validity of the claim: “older students perform better than younger students in class”

Senior Nickolas “Nick” Gemelas completes a lab during his B4 Physics C class. Gemelas, on the subject of age gaps in classes, said he believed having a wide range of ages in a class could prove beneficial to students.

Angela Li, Feature Reporter

September 21, 2017

Senior Nick Gemelas is taking five AP classes this year as part of the senior schedule, which, for him, includes AP Physics 1. Gemelas said he is taking physics this year as it is one of the remaining AP science classes he has yet to take and will help better prepare him for entering into a STEM major...

(Per)forming New Groups: Orchestra and choir alter programs based on students’ changing needs

(Per)forming New Groups: Orchestra and choir alter programs based on students' changing needs


September 16, 2015

Due to a rapidly changing and expanding student body, the performing arts department established and reformed the New Edition choir and the Festival Orchestra this year to meet students’ needs. Catherine Qing, Festival Orchestra member and sophomore, said, “(The directors) wanted to do something...