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New chemistry grading scale confuses students

New chemistry grading scale confuses students

Christian Ledbetter

December 16, 2019

Earlier last month a small group of chemistry teachers were invited to the National Science Teachers Association Conference in Boston. There this small group of teachers hope to discuss progress with a new rubric that has been continuously updated in the past 10 years under Science teacher Jeremy Ho...

As interest in space initiatives increases, CHS determines impact of astronomy education

As interest in space initiatives increases, CHS determines impact of astronomy education

James Yin

May 23, 2019

On April 11 of this year, a group of researchers working for the Event Horizon Telescope released the first-ever photo of a black hole, a celestial object from the Messier 87 galaxy. In October, scientists at the University of Bern in Switzerland plan to launch the Characterising Exoplanets Satellite...

Science Bowl practices for the Regional Competition in February

Riley Hamilton

December 13, 2018

This upcoming April of 2019, the Science Bowl team will participate in the national competition that takes place in Washington D.C. Before this competition takes place, judges will determine the winner of the top place finisher of the A team at the Regional competition in February. This top place fini...

Science department reflects on classes

Nathan Huang

October 17, 2018

The science department is planning ideas to help students develop a early love of science, as well as developing new ways to learn. A lot of their past PLC meetings have been focused on adapting methods of learning so that students really understand the science, as they feel that one of the things t...

Science department discuss future plans for school year

Nathan Huang

September 26, 2018

The Science department is having their next meeting on Oct. 3. They will talk about future plans to change curriculum to better the science classrooms of CHS. But as the year starts up, they have many new ideas to help encourage students to pursue science, as most all of the science teachers agree that s...

Get Scared: With Halloween approaching, CHS students discuss the science behind fear

Get Scared: With Halloween approaching, CHS  students discuss the science behind fear

Jessica Konrad

October 26, 2017

As Halloween creeps around the corner, many students at CHS are beginning to celebrate this holiday by watching scary movies and visiting haunted houses. While some students anticipate this time of the year and look forward to participating in these frightening festivities, others become filled with a se...

Science Bowl to begin tryouts

Practicing for the upcoming tryouts, Joey Heerens, club member and junior, studies his science textbook. Tryouts will be held on Sept. 13, from afterschool to 4:05 p.m. in room B214.

Darrell Cheng

September 8, 2017

            As a new school year commences, Science Bowl will once again host tryouts to recruit members. According to club sponsor Virginia Kundrat, she is especially excited for this time of year.             “I think it’s such an incredible time,” Kundrat said. “I ju...

Profits vs People

Heidi Peng

March 17, 2017

In a research lab at Purdue University, Sepehr Asgari, a student researcher and sophomore, tests the effectiveness of his combination treatment on neonatal meningitis. Just last June, Asgari began working with this rare strain of meningitis that mainly affects newborns as a result of personal intere...

Students, teachers compare American education system to foreign counterparts

Students, teachers compare American education system to foreign counterparts

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January 21, 2016

As the school day progresses, senior Terry Zhou is reminded of the differences in education between China and the United States. These differences go unnoticed by most CHS students, who have never experienced an international education. However, according to Zhou, there is much  that CHS and other American schools can learn fro...