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Q&A with library specialist John Love on his passion for collecting LEGO sets

Q&A with library specialist John Love on his passion for collecting LEGO sets

Emily Sandy and Riley TerBush September 23, 2021

How did you start your LEGO collection? My kids are now 23 and 21. (Growing up,) they loved LEGO(s), so we always (bought) these LEGO sets for birthdays, holidays, and random days. The big sets that...

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation accepts land donation, renovates parks

Chenyao Liu May 20, 2021

According to Michael Klitzing, Executive Director of Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR), the CCPR Board voted to accept a donation of 63 acres of land to build a park near the southwest corner of...

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Q&A with E-Sports Club Members Spencer Daymunde, Dylan Boyer, and Kate Reister

Riley Laferriere May 17, 2021

Dylan Boyer Why are more people being drawn to esports, if for other reasons than your own? A lot of it is just growth. Being able to get better at a game you’re already good at, being able...

Senior Maylee O’Brien took this picture in the summer of 2018 at the Cliffs of Moher. O’Brien said, “I was especially excited for the Cliffs of Moher because they’re a site for ancient Irish legends and Harry Potter films.”

With St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, students, teachers talk about Irish culture, stereotypes at CHS

Chenyao Liu March 17, 2021

Despite growing up in the U.S., senior Maylee O’Brien always felt connected to her Irish heritage. “A couple years ago, my family visited Ireland and it was probably my favorite trip of all time,”...

Live at the Center

Riley TerBush November 11, 2020

Fall Cancellations

November 11, 2020

Cooking teacher Nicholas Carter demonstrates how to toss mushrooms to senior Matt Arnold. He tells Arnold to have confidence in cooking.

CHS students talk about cooking, stereotypes, working professionally in restaurant industry

Kruti Subbannavar November 5, 2020

Every first Thursday of November, the United States recognizes something called National Men Make Dinner Day. This year, it will take place on Nov. 5. Sophomore Arthur Yeh, who is a student in Advanced...

Carmel Clay School District to continue to pay regularly scheduled employees until May 28

Carmel Clay School District to continue to pay regularly scheduled employees until May 28

Cady Armstrong May 8, 2020

Regularly scheduled employees working in the Carmel Clay School (CCS) district will continue to be paid for the remainder of the school year (May 21) despite the closure of school campuses according to...

Junior Maylee OBrien takes notes as part of her e-learning study method. OBrien said that as junior year is important and she is close to college where she will have to manage on her own, she is trying to use this more unstructured time to build productive habits and life skills.

As e-learning resumes on April 13, continues through rest of school year due to COVID-19, students structure time differently without necessity of normal routine

Viyang Hao April 13, 2020

For the majority of the school year, from Monday through Friday, sophomore Eliana Jin’s everyday routine involved her waking up at 6:20 a.m., going to school and arriving home at 3:53 p.m., occasionally...

Sampling of College Major Decision Deadlines

Riley TerBush April 1, 2020

As college decision deadlines approach, take a look at some of the college major declaration deadlines in place at schools frequently attended by CHS students. For more information on college major deadlines...

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